VELVET REVOLVER has announced the following dates:
Dec. 29 - Trenton, NJ - Sovereign Bank Arena
Dec. 31 - New York, NY @ Hammerstein Ballroom
As previously reported, VELVET REVOLVER's Australian tour, which was due to kick off in Brisbane next Tuesday, has been postponed until early next year. The band is disappointed that they have to wait even longer to get to Australia, as they were extremely excited to play for their Australian fans. New Australian dates, expected to be between January and March of next year, will be announced on Monday. This postponement also applies to the exclusive event for Harley-Davidson Australia that was scheduled for next Friday in Sydney, which was to be used as a showcase for the new 2008 Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
All tickets for the December shows will remain valid for the rescheduled shows in 2008.
VELVET REVOLVER wrapped up a North American tour with ALICE IN CHAINS last month as it continues promoting its second album, "Libertad". The record has sold 255,000 copies in the United States since its release last July, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
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