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Slash In The Summertime

10:01 AM Monday 5/7/12 | |

Amid his festival gigs and appearances with Mötley Crüe, Slash has carved a chunk out of summer for a headlining romp featuring the guitarist with Myles Kennedy And The Conspirators playing fine North American venues.

Slash’s second solo album, Apocalyptic Love, drops May 22. While the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame inductee has a few headline shows scheduled for May, his spring calendar has him hitting festivals such as “Rock On The Range” in Columbus, Ohio, May 19; “Rocklahoma” in Pryor, Okla., May 25; Britain’s Download Festival in Derby Jun 8 and the “Hultsfred Festivalen” in Hultsfred, Sweden, June 14.

Slash will also play a few Euro shows with Mötley Crüe, including Berlin at Max-Schmeling-Halle June 12 and Basel, Switzerland, at St. Jakobshalle June 21.

The North American summer tour begins in Portland, Ore., at Roseland Theatre July 12. After playing Seattle’s Paramount Theatre July 13, Slash will blast his way across Canada, stopping at  Vancouver’s Queen Elizabeth Theatre July 14; Edmonton, Alberta (July 16); Calgary, Alberta (July 17); Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (July 20); Winnipeg, Manitoba (July 21) and Ontario towns Thunder Bay (July 23), Belleville (July 25) and London (July 26).

Other Canadian destinations include Quebec locales Montreal and Quebec City along with Moncton, New Brunswick, and Halifax, Nova Scotia before reentering the Lower 48 to play Boston’s House of Blues Aug. 2. Followed by Montclair, N.J., at the Wellmont Theatre Aug. 3 and Huntington, N.Y., at The Paramount Aug. 4.

More information, including how to snag tickets can be had at the guitarist’s official website. Click here for what you need to know.


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