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Van Halen Reschedules Japan

10:01 AM Tuesday 11/13/12 | |

The good news for Van Halen’s fans in Japan is that rescheduled shows in Osaka and Tokyo have been announced. The bad news is they’ll have to wait until summer 2013 to see Eddie & Co. in action.

Van Halen had originally planned to play Japan in late November. But that was before Eddie Van Halen underwent surgery in August for diverticulitis, a condition resulting from pouches in the colon becoming inflamed.

Now, promoter Udo has listed new dates – June 21 at the Tokyo Dome and June 24 & 26 at Osaka’s City Central Gymnasium.

Udo says tickets purchased for the original dates will be honored. For more information, grab your favorite online translator and visit Udo.jp.


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