SKYCLAD To Perform First-Ever US Gig!

May 21, 2002

SKYCLAD will play their first-ever US show at this year's Milwaukee Metalfest, which is scheduled to be held on July 26th and 27th in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Several other US dates will likely follow the group's appearance at the event. More information will be made available shortly.

In other news, SKYCLAD will be joining German singer DORO at a show in Eindhoven, Holland, on June 15th June to celebrate/commiserate the closing of the legendary Dynamo Club. The event will be taking part in the parking lot of the venue, which also was the original site for the Dynamo Open Air Festival.

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