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Will Def Leppard & Heart Play Your Town?

10:01 AM Friday 2/25/11 | |

You won’t know until you eyeball the schedule for Def Leppard and Heart playing the U.S this summer.

It sure is an impressive package. Combining one of England’s most famous loud-n-nasty bands with America’s decades-long love affair with Seattle’s Wilson Sisters means each night is going to be jam-packed with songs that have pretty much embedded themselves into our collective rock psyche. After all, who hasn’t cruised down the highway while blasting “Photograph,” “Magic Man,” “Pour Some Sugar On Me,” “Barracuda” and “Bringin’ On The Heartbreak” through the speakers?

The first stop on the Live Nation-produced tour shows the tour playing West Palm Beach at the Cruzan Amphitheatre June 15; Tampa’s 1-800 Ask Gary Amphitheatre June 17 and Charlotte, N.C., at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre June 22. Other destinations include “Philadelphia (June 26), Uncasville, Conn. (July 2), Chicago (July 15), Dallas (July 20), St. Louis (Aug. 10), Kansas City (Aug. 27), Salt Lake City (Aug. 31) and Portland, Ore. (Sept. 14).

  • Heart

    World Cafe Live, Philadelphia, Pa.
    August 9, 2010

    (Doug Seymour)

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There will be a Citi cardmember presale for selected markets. Def Leppard has also partnered with I Love All Access to provide a wide range of VIP packages, including premium seats and pre-show parties. The general onsale begins March 4. Visit the Def Leppard website for more information.


Comments

  1. RRhoads wrote:

    07:13 PM, Mar 10, 2011

    ConcertKid, maybe it's because Heart are rock legends (are you even old enough to understand the meaning of what it is to be a LEGEND?).  I would imagine DL would be incredibly honored that a LEGEND would be put into their opening slot.  Before you open your 16 year old mouth and spew youthful idiocy, learn what it means to respect those who paved the path.  Learn your music history and understand that music did not begin at the inception of Metallica.  Understand Ann and Nancy could crush your balls long before they drop out of your scrawny little body.  Learn some respect, dumbshit.

  2. ConcertKid95 wrote:

    12:48 PM, Feb 25, 2011

    Heart sucks...... I don't know why Def Leppard would have heart open for them

  3. FaithNoMore89 wrote:

    11:55 AM, Feb 25, 2011

    Def Lep better be opening because Heart crushes them



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