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Van Halen Postponements

12:22 PM Thursday 5/17/12 |   |

Van Halen has removed all dates after the band's June 26 New Orleans gig from its website.

Individual market announcements regarding postponements began today.  Newspapers in Salt Lake City and El Paso reported that promoters didn’t offer explanations for the bad news.

Other markets affected include Philadelphia, Baltimore, E. Rutherford, Detroit, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Memphis, Spokane, Reno, Fresno, Wichita and Milwaukee.

  • Van Halen

    Philips Arena, Atlanta, Ga.
    April 19, 2012

    (Chris McKay / ConcertShots.com)

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Van Halen is touring in support of A Different Kind Of Truth, the band’s first album of new material with original frontman David Lee Roth in 28 years, and is the first VH album to include Eddie Van Halen’s son Wolfgang playing bass guitar.


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