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Judas Priest are playing my town in June, and Uriah Heep are supporting. Are they still worth seeing?

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13 hours ago, KarpetRydOFunk said:

Judas Priest are playing my town in June, and Uriah Heep are supporting. Are they still worth seeing?

From what I've seen and read Judas Priest is still performing at a high level and Halford still sounds pretty good, especially when you consider his age  

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Was gonna see Ozzy and Judas Priest in Barcelona next month but the whole European tour will be postponed

Sucks cause this is the second time this happened he also canceled his gig in Zurich I had tickets for, I think it was 2003.

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Going to see Whitesnake in July. Looking forward to it. 

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Seen Steel Panther on Thursday night in Belfast,the sunset strip tour,excellent show and support was by Gus G and his band inc Dennis Ward  :)

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I have Corabi playing MC94 album in full in March.

Just booked POP EVIL early April - this one is gonna be great.
Not much love for them here, but they are one of my fav bands.

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Finally!!!!! Time to believe all the things that you see in this mannequin show... :wub:

 

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Booked a few things with some friends, mandatory Airbourne shows in Sweden and Germany October / November and Midland in Sheffield.

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For Geoff:

Metal Church are touring Aus in August. Not my type of music. Maybe yours though.

Corabi plays MC94 album + extras next week

Pop Evil are the week after. Tix are cheap at $55 each

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On 3/21/2019 at 4:46 AM, CureTheSane said:

For Geoff:

Metal Church are touring Aus in August. Not my type of music. Maybe yours though.

Corabi plays MC94 album + extras next week

Pop Evil are the week after. Tix are cheap at $55 each

Lol, they're waiting for a saviour like Geoffrey!

 

Man, I've finally seen H.E.A.T last night! Erik=mc^2 and Dalone the master six stringer! I cried when they played out of the blue my beloved Downtown ( I already expected to play my other beloved one Emergency). Too bad the fookin bar in the club was short of Jacks.:angry: 

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Metallica due down here Australia in October with Slipknot. They doing a meet and greet, but its sold out all over Australia. What the punters get  : hang" with the band pre show, get photo and autograph set list, as well to watch the gig in snakepit in front of stage. All this for $ Australian dollar 3,500.

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FYI for any Aussies, Pop Evil tickets now only $40

Melb gig is April 5th, other cities will be around that date.

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Everyone in the Vancouver area, Helix are playing a free show on the Asylum stage at the Hard Rock Casino tomorrow. Not entirely sure what time they go on, but probably around 9:00. 

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Going to Rock The Ring Festival here in Switzerland on 20. June with the following line up (all on the same day):

17.30 - 18.00 Inglorious
18.30 - 19.15 FM
19.45 - 20.45 Tesla
21.15 - 22.15 Whitesnake
23.00 - 00.30 Def Leppard

Oh, and Maverick will be playing on the B-Stage 20.45 - 21.10

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I was at The Midnight show, last night. Fooking amazing! They are quite good live, and the crowd was fully engaged. I've honestly never seen such a good crowd before. Everyone was singing along at the top of their lungs to every song--which I think is more a testament to Tyler's skill as a songwriter--and dancing all night long. The energy in the room was something like a frenzied mosh pit at a Metal show... but this is Synthwave. It was unreal. Get out and see them if they're coming to your town. 

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