February 4, 2003

WHITESNAKE and GARY MOORE will team up for Monsters Of Rock 2003 U.K. tour in May.

Confirmed dates are as follows:

May 12 – Brighton, UK @ Centre
May 13 - Bournemout, UK @ BIC
May 15 - Manchester, UK @ Arena
May 16 - Birmingham, UK @ NEC
May 17 - Wembley, UK @ Arena
May 19 - Cardiff, UK @ International Arena
May 21 - Sheffield, UK @ Arena
May 22 - Glasgow, UK @ SECC
May 23 - Newcastle, UK @ Arena

In related news, several photos of WHITESNAKE frontman David Coverdale performing live at Coral Sky Ampitheatre in West Palm, Florida have been posted online at this location. Also included are backstage photos of THE SCORPIONS, who appeared on the same bill as part of the "Mmmmm.... Nice Package" Tour. Meanwhile, live photos of DOKKEN bassist Barry Sparks, also shot in Florida, have been posted online at this location.

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