Def Leppard to resume a massive 2016 US tour in June
Date: Tue May 31, 2016 5:21 pm
Topic: Music News

Def Leppard will be back on stage in June after successfully completing the first round of their North American 2016 tour in May. The British rockers Def Leppard take a month-long break before rolling in to Xfinity Center in Boston on June 22 with openers REO Speedwagon and Tesla with a massive 2016 Summer Tour that takes then across the US all the way to October. "Thanks for a great show last nite and what a great way to close the 1st leg of our 2016 tour.  See you back on stage on June 22 in Boston, MA.", - said DF on their twitter. The legendary rock band were forced to postpone their US tour dates in February due to Joe Elliott's vocal issues. Vocalist Joe Elliott was told by the doctor to refrain from singing for a month after losing voice as a result of walking pneumonia and hacking cough. Soon after postponing their much-anticipated winter live shows, Def Leppard rescheduled 2016 tour dates and invited REO Speedwagon to be their special guests along with Tesla. Unfortunately, dates in Atlantic City, San Antonio and Brooklyn, NY have been cancelled as a new date was not available consistent with the tour schedule, said the bands official web site. “For the over thirty six years Def Leppard’s concerts have been a must-see event, so whether you’re a causal fan or a diehard you will really have to check them out on their 2016 Summer Tour” – Robert Cavuoto from My Global Mind Webzine wrote in his review of the Def Leppard’ concert in Allentown.

The full and fresh list of Def Leppard's tour dates:

June 22 - Boston, MA (Xfinity Center)

June 24 - Bangor, ME (Darling’s Waterfront)

June 25 - Quebec City, QC (Videotron Centre)

June 27 - Syracuse, NY (Lakeview Amphitheater)

June 29 - Hershey, PA (Hershey Park Stadium)

July 1 - Indianapolis, IN (Klipsch Music Center)

July 2 - Chicago, IL (Hollywood Casino)

July 5 - Cincinnati, OH (Riverbend Music Center)

July 6 - Milwaukee, WI (Summerfest)

July 8 - Pittsburgh, PA (First Niagara Pavilion)

July 9 - Grand Rapids, MI (Van Andel Arena)

July 11 - Wantagh, NY (Nikon at Jones Beach)

July 13 - Holmdel, NJ (PNC Bank Arts Center)

July 15 - Detroit, MI (DTE Music Theatre)

July 16 - Toronto, ON (Molson Canadian Amphitheater)

August 6 - Madison, WI (Alliant Energy Center)

August 8 - Evansville, IN (Ford Center)

August 10 - Bristow, VA (Jiffy Lube Center)

August 12 - Atlanta, GA (Aaron’s Amphitheater)

August 13 - Raleigh, NC (Walnut Creek Amphitheatre)

August 15 - Tampa, FL (MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater)

August 17 - Birmingham, AL (Oak Mountain Amphitheater)

August 19 - Austin, TX (Austin 360)

August 22 - Houston, TX (Cynthia Woods Pavilion)

August 24 - Dallas, TX (Gexa Energy Pavilion)

August 26 - Kansas City, MO (Sprint Center)

August 27 - ST. Louis, MO (Hollywood Casino Amphitheater)

August 29 - Cleveland, OH (Blossom Music Center)

August 31 - Darien Center, NY (Darien Lake PAC)

Sept 14 - Billings, MT (Metra Park)

Sept 16 - Salk Lake City, UT (USANA Amphitheater)

Sept 17 - Denver, CO (Pepsi Center)

Sept 19 - Albuquerque, NM (Isleta Amphitheater)

Sept 20 - Phoenix, AZ (Ak-Chin Pavilion)

Sept 22 - Irvine, CA (Irvine Meadows Amphitheater)

Sept 24 - Sacramento, CA (Toyota Amphitheater)***

Sept 25 - Mountain View, CA (Shoreline Amphitheater)

Sept 28 - Boise, ID (Taco Bell Arena)

Sept 30 - Eugene, OR (Matthew Knight Arena)

Oct 1 - Tacoma, WA (Tacoma Dome)

Oct 4 - Omaha,NE (CenturyLink Center)

Oct 5 - Minneapolis, MN (Xcel Energy Center)

Oct 7 - La Crosse, WI (La Crosse Center Arena)

Oct 8 - Toledo, OH (Huntington Center)

Oct 10 - Cedar Rapids, IA (U.S. Cellular Center)

*STYX to appear / No REO Speedwagon

**No REO Speedwagon

***No TESA

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