Former IRON MAIDEN frontman Paul Di'Anno will embark on a six-date Mexican tour during July. There has been no word yet about Di'Anno's rescheduled Canadian shows, which were called off earlier this month by the tour's promoter under circumstances that Di'Anno has claimed were "out of [his] control."
Upcoming Paul Di'Anno tour dates:
Jul. 04 - Rock Otocec Festival - Novo Mesto, SLO
Jul. 16 - "XO" - Cd Juarez, MEX
Jul. 17 - Club Maya - Chihuahua, MEX
Jul. 18 - Teatro Municipal - Torreón, MEX
Jul. 19 - Cafe Iguana - Monterrey, MEX
Jul. 24 - Boys and Girls - Tampico, MEX
Jul. 26 - Hard Rock Live - Guadalajara, MEX
Jul. 27 - Circo Volador - Mexico City, MEX
Aug. 30 - Mantra Festival 2003 - Cheltenham Race Course, Cloustershire UK
Oct. 04 - Zaal Ter Wyngaard - Wevelgem, BEL
Oct. 05 - La Locomotive - Paris, FRA
Oct. 31 - Barcelona Record Fair – Barcelona, SPA
As previously reported, Di'Anno recently spent time in a recording studio working on the first all-acoustic album of MAIDEN classics, tentatively due later in the year.
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