Tickets for most dates on the tour are due to go on sale February 3 or February 9, but Twins officials did not yet release on-sale info or prices for the show here.
Deff Leppard have announced a Dublin show as part of their United Kingdom and Ireland Tour. The group is known for such fan favorites as "Don't Stop Believin'", "Separate Ways (Worlds Apart)", "After the Fall", "Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'", "Faithfully", "Who's Crying Now", "Any Way You Want It" and "Lights".
"This tour is going to be a blast!"
It's also not the first time the rock groups have paired together; the bands co-headlined a USA tour back in 2006.
On July 21, the bands will take to Coors Field, one of ten stadiums the bands will hit on its 58-city circuit. The legendary rock bands will kick off their tour on the east coast, in Hartford, Connecticut, before making their way west.
British hard rock legends Def Leppard have joined an esteemed list of formerly reluctant artists to abstain from streaming. The band has sold some 40 million albums in the USA, led by records such as 1983's "Pyromania" and 1987's "Hysteria". Two of the albums that made the band a household name, 1987's Hysteria and 1992's Adrenalize, topped the Billboard 200, while a third, 1983's breakthrough Pyromania, stopped just short at No. 2. We went out with a really good band called Tripping Daisy in 1996, but nobody cared.
Journey and Def Leppard will perform at Busch Stadium this August!
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