JUDAS PRIEST And QUEENSRŸCHE: First Tour Dates Officially Announced
JUDAS PRIEST have announced the first dates for their North American tour with QUEENSRŸCHE. So far the following dates have been confirmed for the trek:
Jun. 01 - Xcel Energy Center - Minneapolis, MN
Jun. 03 - Tweeter Center - Chicago, IL
Jun. 04 - DTE Energy Music Theatre - Detroit, MI
Jun. 07 - Darien Lake Performing Arts Center - Buffalo, NY
Jun. 08 - Verizon – Manchester, NH
Jun. 10 - PNC Bank Arts Center - Holmdel, NJ
Jun. 11 - Mohegan Sun - Uncasville, CT
Jun. 12 - Tweeter Center - Boston, MA
Jun. 14 - Montage Mountain – Scranton, PA
Jun. 15 - Giant Center - Hershey, PA
Jun. 18 - Tweeter Waterfront - Philadelphia
Jun. 19 - Nissan Pavilion - Washington, DC
Jun. 22 - Ford Ampitheatre - Tampa, FL
Jun. 23 - Sound Advice Amp - West Palm Beach, FL
Jun. 25 - Verizon Wireless - San Antonio, TX
Jun. 26 - Smirnoff Ampitheatre - Dallas, TX
A third band my also be added to the bill. The trek is expected to last eight weeks and will cover mostly outdoor arenas.
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