DEF LEPPARD 2019 LAS VEGAS/Sin City Residency Show #4 (Show Report)
Def Leppard played the fourth show of the 2019 Sin City Residency last night in Las Vegas, NV with 22 songs performed.
The show took place at the 7,000 capacity Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood.
The fourth night of the 12 show residency. The second of the band's career after 2013's VIVA! Hysteria.
'Billy's Got A Gun' was played in place of 'Paper Sun'. Joe told the crowd the band had "rolled the dice" backstage to see what they would play and it was this song.
Joe was back to full vocal strength having had two days off following his issues at the third show.
The 29th time overall that the band have played in Las Vegas.
A 22 song setlist played.
'Billy's Got A gun' returned for the first time since show #1. 'Paper Sun' left out after being played at shows #2 and #3.
'Let's Go' looks to have been permanently dropped having not been played since its spot as encore track #1 and the opening night.
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Joe Elliott - End Of Show Speech
"Las Vegas, Nevada. Or wherever you have travelled from to be here tonight. Thanks for coming. Thanks for having us. Thanks for being here. We'll catch you next time. Goodnight!."
Sin City Residency Show #5 takes place in Las Vegas, NV on 23rd August.
Def Leppard 2019 - Las Vegas, NV #4 Setlist
- 00 - Video Countdown/Personal Jesus Intro
- 00 - Die Hard The Hunter Album Intro
- 01 - Die Hard The Hunter
- 02 - Animal
- 03 - Excitable
- 04 - Foolin'
- 05 - Promises
- 06 - Billy's Got A Gun
- 07 - Slang
- 08 - Bringin' On The Heartbreak (electric)
- 09 - Switch 625 (Instrumental)
- 10 - Let Me Be The One
- 11 - We Belong
- 12 - Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad
- 13 - Two Steps Behind
- 14 - Now
- 15 - Rocket (Album Version)
- 16 - Let's Get Rocked
- 17 - Hysteria
- 18 - Love Bites
- 19 - Armageddon It
- 20 - Pour Some Sugar On Me
- 21 - Rock Of Ages
- 22 - Photograph
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