Two separate shows will be packaged together
Eagle Rock Entertainment is set to release Def Leppard: London To Vegas concert collections on April 24th. The collections feature two full unique shows including a 2018 appearance at London’s O2 Arena and a 2019 show from their infamous Def Leppard Hits Vegas: The Sin City Residency from the Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas.
The concerts will be available as special deluxe 2 Blu-ray/4 CD and 2 DVD/4 CD sets. Hysteria At The O2 will also be available as a special edition 2 LP colored vinyl on the same date separately. No track listings available as of press time, but the sets run 263 minutes in total and includes behind the scenes footage.
The London show is where the British group made their O2 Arena debut and features a performance of their groundbreaking Hysteria album in its entirety. The Vegas show features stunning video walls, two stages and rarely performed album cuts, making for an unforgettable concert experience.
The collections follow the March 20th release of The Early Years 79-81 box set that represents the band’s first two albums, On Through The Night and High ‘N’ Dry. This deluxe set comes with 5 CDs consisting of the original album remastered, B-sides, rarities and remix versions, Radio One sessions, Live from Reading and the first ever appearance of an unreleased and newly mixed show from Oxford in 1980. These remasters have been highly anticipated, and much requested, by Def Leppard fans globally. Both albums have been remastered and will be available as a single CD, black vinyl, and limited edition colored vinyl separately.
The band can be seen on the road through the fall with two headlining tours. On June 21st, they’ll kick off The Stadium Tour with Mötley Crüe, Poison and Joan Jett & The Blackhearts. Twenty-five of the 31 shows have sold out in the US while amassing over one million tickets sold to eager fans.
In September, they’ll launch 20/20 Vision Tour with ZZ Top. The 20/20 Vision tour kicks off on September 21st at Times Union Center in Albany, NY and with 16 dates announced through mid-October.
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