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Def Leppard Tour History Fan Archive.

Fan Review - By Justin/Adrenalized87

What a show! This was my second Def Leppard concert ( first was Sedalia, MO 2000 on the Euphoria tour ). I thought the band sounded awesome. Lately I had been questioning whether or not Joe could still sing those high notes, and after last night he put my questioning to bed. He sang great!

I was in Section 2, row K, seat #15. This put me all the way on the side, but our seats were still a lot closer than they were 6 years ago. What was cool was that I could see backstage, and when Journey was playing I saw Rick, Phil, and Viv come up and watch them at different times. The setlist was the same as the previous shows, and I was really glad to see them open up with Let's Get Rocked (my second favorite DL song close behind Gods Of War). It's a great song to get the crowd going at the beginning. All in all it was a great experience and hopefully I'll get to see them again on future tours.


Fan Review - By BelaDiana

God love Kansas with summer winds and a gravel parking lot! It started out rather warm, but by the time Def Leppard took the stage, it was blazing hot. The Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre setup wasn't great. The seats were stacked so closely that it was almost embarrassing to try to get through.

Stoll Vaughan is great. He gives it his all.

Journey is Journey....with a kick-ass front man. We were in the third row with lots of arms and heads in the way. We were also in front of the speaker tower and about half-way into Journey's set, I left for fear of my ears bleeding. It's hard to make a judgment call on the sound. All I know is that it hurt. So for that part, yes, Def Leppard's sound was killer instead of painful. The cutest thing was the couple in front of us that were singing, pointing at each other and basically all over the place. They were cute, but a little wild. I was puzzled when Def Leppard took the stage and we were rocking our butts off and they kept turning around looking at us. I guess they have never seen anything like us before. We were rockin' alright, but it was anything but cute!!!!!

It's hard to describe the start of the Lep set. The lights are low and the silhouettes in front of the background of the kazilliatron and you know you are getting ready to stop holding your breath and rock to our Def Leppard. Live and in action. They give it everything they have to give, and it's hard to keep up with them. The lights, sound (from my vantage point) and energy were, as always, sheer Def Leppard perfection. One of the highlights of the night was the welcomed addition of "20th Century Boy". What great fun that one is!

I am still amazed that after every show, you can't believe it's over, hasn't it only been 5 minutes? It's bittersweet euphoric sadness. Then it's off to check out pictures you have taken, and get online and see if there's a show relatively close by that you can swing.

Ahhhh, the life of a Def Leppard fan. Wouldn't have it any other way!