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def leppard countries played - 2011

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A listing of all the countries played by Def Leppard on the 2011 Mirrorball tour. Arranged by date/first known performance.


Countries Played 2011.

def leppard mirrorball tour - 2011

Countries Played - 9

datecountryfirst city/venue playedrecordings
7th June 2011 Northern Ireland. Northern Ireland Belfast @ Odyssey Arena Setlist Audio  |  Video
8th June 2011 Ireland. Ireland Dublin @ The O2 Setlist Audio  |  Video
10th June 2011 England. England Derby @ Donington Park Setlist Audio  |  Video
15th June 2011 USA. USA West Palm Beach @ Cruzan Amphitheatre Setlist Audio  |  Video
16th August 2011 Canada. Canada Toronto @ Molson Canadian Amphitheatre Setlist Audio  |  Video
12th October 2011 New Zealand. New Zealand Auckland @ Vector Arena Setlist Audio  |  Video
15th October 2011 Australia. Australia Perth @ nib Stadium Setlist Audio  |  Video
5th November 2011 Japan. Japan Osaka @ Grand Cube Setlist Audio  |  Video
9th December 2011 Scotland. Scotland Glasgow @ SECC Hall 4 Setlist Audio  |  Video

Countries Played 2010.

def leppard promo appearance - 2010

Countries Played - 1

datecountryfirst city/venue playedrecordings
November 2010 USA. USA New York @ Good Units/Hudson Hotel Audio  |  Video

9 countries played in all in support of 'Mirrorball (Live & More)' in 2011.

View all dates in the 2011 tour section.

A second headline show played at Donington Park for the Download festival.

The first tour played in support of a live album release which had been mainly recorded on the 2009 US tour.

The three Japanese shows in Osaka (1) and Tokyo (2) featured the longest setlists of the tour with 22 songs played each night.

A co-headline tour in England and Scotland ended the tour with Motley Crue in December.

The USA was also played in 2010 for the private concert in New York City which was filmed for use in a 2011 episode of Celebrity Apprentice.



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