SLAYER, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE, MASTODON To Launch Jägermeister Tour In Late October
SLAYER, KILLSWITCH ENGAGE and MASTODON will be teaming up for this fall's Jägermeister Music Tour beginning on October 29 in Springfield, Missouri. Following the success of the fall 2003 tour, SLAYER has signed to once again lead the charge.
The fast-growing Jägermeister Music Tour is now in its fourth successful year. "The caliber of the talent we’ve been able to draw from is tremendous," says Rick Zeiler, Director of Marketing & Brand Development for Jägermeister, "and having SLAYER on board again is huge. SLAYER is a legend, and they are the perfect fit for Jägermeister and our fans."
Each show on the tour will be rounded out by a Jägermeister-sponsored band. In addition, fans can expect the usual royal treatment with great giveaways from Jägermeister and show sponsors, Schecter Guitars, Peavey Electronics, Coffin Case and Meinl Cymbals.
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