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Def Leppard 2017 Tour Montreal, Quebec (Show Report)

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Def Leppard played another show on the 2017 North American Tour last night in Montreal, QC with 17 songs performed.

The show took place at the 11,440 capacity Bell Centre.

The band's first time in Montreal since 2nd May 2015 on the 2015 world tour.

The tenth show the band have played in Montreal and 7th time at this venue.

The first visit to Montreal was in June 1983 on the Pyromania tour at The Forum (or Le Forum).

They returned in June 1988 to the same venue for an In The Round show on the Hysteria tour with Tesla in support.

A second In The Round show then took place in August 1992 on the Adrenalize tour.

Four years later they played the Molson Centre (Bell Centre) for the first time on the Slang tour.

After another four year gap they returned on the Euphoria tour.

Four more shows have since taken place at Bell Centre in 2003, 2007, 2012 and 2015.

The 2012 show featured Poison in the special guest slot as they were last night.

17 songs were played with no changes from night one.

The three new songs 'Let's Go'. 'Dangerous' and 'Man Enough' all kept their place in the set and were played in Montreal for the very first time.

Joe acknowledged the loud and enthusiastic crowd which Montreal audiences have always been noted for. All band members having previously mentioned the Montreal crowds as the loudest they play to.

Watch some Fan Videos from the show here.

Def Leppard 2017 Montreal, QC Fan Videos.

Joe Elliott - Foolin' Intro

"Merci Beaucoup. OK that was brand new for ya, from our latest album. This one not so much. You may remember this if you go back with us all the way to Pyromania 1983."

Joe Elliott - Pre Rock Of Ages Speech

"This is why we keep coming back here. Unbelievable. Thank you so much, really. Absolute pleasure. Can you - that noise that you're making out there. That extremely loud noise you're making out there. Can you make just a little bit more for this boy at the back. Stand up Rick Allen!. As ever he will introduce this one far ya."

Joe Elliott - End Of Show Speech

"Montreal, Canada. Thanks for having us. Thanks for being here. We'll see you next time. Goodnight."

"That's gotta be one of the loudest things we've ever heard. Thank you so much. Thank you Montreal. Merci Beaucoup. It's been a real pleasure, as always. Until next time, and there will be a next time. You do us a big favour yeah. Don't forget us and we won't forget you. Bon Nuit!. Goodnight!."

View the current Setlist Statistics in the next news update.

The next show takes place on 12th April in Uncasville, CT.

Def Leppard North American Tour 2017 - Show #02 Montreal, QC Setlist

  • 00 - Let's Go Intro (PA)
  • 01 - Let's Go

Played for the first time in Montreal.

  • 02 - Animal
  • 03 - Let It Go
  • 04 - Dangerous

Played for the first time in Montreal.

  • 05 - Foolin'
  • 06 - Love Bites
  • 07 - Armageddon It
  • 08 - Rick Savage Bass Solo/Rock On
  • 09 - Man Enough

Played for the first time in Montreal.

  • 10 - Rocket (Single Version)
  • 11 - Bringin' On The Heartbreak (electric)
  • 12 - Switch 625 (Instrumental)
  • 13 - Hysteria/Heroes (David Bowie) tag
  • 14 - Let's Get Rocked
  • 15 - Pour Some Sugar On Me

  • 16 - Rock Of Ages
  • 17 - Photograph

Poison - Montreal, QC Setlist

  • 01 - Look What The Cat Dragged In
  • 02 - Ride The Wind
  • 03 - We're An American Band
  • 04 - Something To Believe In
  • 05 - Your Mama Don't Dance
  • 00 - C.C. DeVille Guitar Solo
  • 06 - Fallen Angel
  • 07 - Unskinny Bop
  • 00 - Rikki Rockett (Drum Solo)
  • 08 - Every Rose Has Its Thorn
  • 09 - Talk Dirty To Me
  • 10 - Nothin' But A Good Time

Tesla - Montreal, QC Setlist

  • 01 - Into The Now
  • 02 - Edison's Medicine (Man Out Of Time)
  • 03 - The Way It Is
  • 04 - Signs
  • 05 - Love Song
  • 06 - Little Suzi
  • 07 - Modern Day Cowboy

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