DEF LEPPARD Rock 'Till They Drop At Kansas' RED, WHITE & BOOM Festival

July 6, 2002

DEF LEPPARD performed the following tracks during their appearance at the Red, White & Boom festival in Kansas on June 29th:

01. Let's Get Rocked
02. Promises
03. Foolin'
04. Hysteria
05. Animal
06. Love Bites
07. Photograph
08. Now
09. Rocket
10. Armageddon It
11. Pour Some Sugar On Me
12. Rock of Ages
13. Two Steps Behind
14. Rock, Rock ('Til You Drop)

In other news, DEF LEPPARD filmed a video for "Now", the first single off their upcoming album X, on June 26 in Los Angeles. The clip's treatment deals with the concept of the life of a DEF LEPPARD T-shirt and the way it's been handed down and has changed hands and owners over the years.

X is due to be released in North America on July 30th.

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