TWISTED SISTER: More European Tour Dates Announced

TWISTED SISTER have lined up the following dates during the coming months:

Apr. 29 - Silverton Casino - Las Vegas, NV
Jun. 05 - Glasgow Academy - Glasgow, UK
Jun. 06 - Manchester Academy - Manchester, UK
Jun. 07 - Wolverhampton Civic - Wolverhampton, UK
Jun. 10 - Sauna Open Air Festival – Ratina - Tampere, FIN
Jun. 27 - Hammersmith Apollo - London, UK
Jun. 28 - Nottingham Rock City - Nottingham, UK
Jul. 08 - Quebec Int'l Summer Festival - Quebec City, CAN (w/ SCORPIONS)
Jul. 28 - Rock Of Ages Twisted Forever Festival - Seebronn Germany (outside of Rottenburg)
Aug. 19 - RagnaRock Open Air Festival – NOR

As previously reported, TWISTED SISTER frontman Dee Snider will undergo throat surgery on March 1. This was scheduled after exhaustive tests by Dee's specialist when the singer lost his voice following a performance at the NAMM convention in Los Angeles on January 21.



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