TWISTED SISTER Frontman To Appear At Horror Convention

TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider will be appearing at 14th Annual World Horror Convention April 8-11 at the Embassy Suites in Phoenix, Arizona. Dee will be the "Media Guest of Honor" on Saturday, April 10, to be followed by a screening of "Strangeland", the horror cult classic movie which Dee wrote and produced. More information can be obtained at

Upcoming TWISTED SISTER tour dates:

Apr. 02 - La Riviera - Madrid, SPA
Apr. 03 – Razzmatazz - Barcelona, SPA
Apr. 18 - Rock On Coors Light Fest, Cowboys - San Antonio, TX
May 29 – TBA - Somerset, WI
Jun. 06 - Gods of Metal Festival - Bologna, ITA
Jun. 18- Petofi Hall - Budapest, HUN
Jun. 19 - Waldrock Festival - NETH
Jul. 09 – TBA - New Hampshire
Jul. 31 - Derbyshire Rock & Blues Festival - Derbyshire, UK
Aug. 01 – Astoria - London, UK


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