JOE ELLIOTT And BILLY JOEL Perform DEF LEPPARD's 'Pour Some Sugar On Me' At Madison Square Garden (Video)

JOE ELLIOTT And BILLY JOEL Perform DEF LEPPARD's 'Pour Some Sugar On Me' At Madison Square Garden (Video)

Joe Elliott joined Billy Joel on stage last night (Sunday, June 2) at Madison Square Garden in New York to perform DEF LEPPARD's classic "Pour Some Sugar On Me". Fan-filmed video footage of Elliott's appearance can be seen below.

The DEF LEPPARD singer previously performed the same song with Joel in August 2018 at Boston's Fenway Park.

According to Billboard Boxscore, Joel grossed $70.2 million in ticket sales during 2018, playing for 589,813 fans at 24 shows.

In January, Joel announced his sixth consecutive year of stadium shows, including a June 22 concert at Wembley Stadium in London.

DEF LEPPARD will make a number of European festival appearances this spring/summer before embarking on a Canadian tour in July.

DEF LEPPARD's second Las Vegas residency will take place this summer. The band will take over Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino for 12 nights between August 14 and September 7.


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