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Van Halen In Japan

11:01 AM Tuesday 7/17/12 |   |

Van Halen schedules two gigs in Japan, the band’s first concert announcements since nixing its summer U.S. run.

  • Van Halen

    Philips Arena, Atlanta, Ga.
    April 19, 2012

    (Chris McKay / ConcertShots.com)

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It hasn’t exactly been the best summer for Van Halen fans. In May, the band announced it was postponing all North America dates scheduled after its June 26 show in New Orleans.  The announcement was followed by a video featuring David Lee Roth saying the band had “bit off way more” than they “could chew.” Then, during the last week of June, the dates were quietly removed from the band’s website.

But while the band deep-sixed its summer tour, it did say it would be playing Japan dates later in the year. Look for Eddie and the boys in Osaka at Osaka Chuo Gymnasium Nov. 20 and Tokyo at the Tokyo Dome Nov. 27.

Visit Van-Halen.com for more info.


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