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DEF LEPPARD Rock The Royal Albert Hall (Concert Review)

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Def Leppard played a 2018 tour show in London, England on 25th March and a concert review is available to read.

Def Leppard Tour History (aka me) has written a review for this show. Better late than never.

The show took place at the Royal Albert Hall for the Teenage Cancer Trust concert series.

The first show in London since December 2015 and the first of three scheduled shows in England's capital city this year.

Shows at The O2 Arena and The SSE Arena Wembley will follow in December with the full Hysteria album played in sequence.

Def Leppard Tour History - Fan Review Quotes

"Hard to say how the opener Slydigs were, but the three or four songs at the end of their set sounded great and very rocking in a retro kind of way."

"Following the brief intermission when cancer patients came up on stage, and the arena was lit up by phones (an awesome sight), Roger Daltrey appeared on stage."

"After his brief introduction for the final act of the week, the "metal night" as he called it began with a little known band from Sheffield who played their very first London headline show literally two minutes walk from here at Imperial College in October 1979 (see informative (and taking f**king! forever to redesign) Tour History for more details...)."

Read the full review via the show page.

Photos and reviews from any tour can be submitted - Here

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