The Hysteria is back! Legendary rock band Def Leppard is hitting the road! With hits like Photograph and Pour Some Sugar on Me, Def Leppard defined an entire generation of rock music — and now you have the chance to see them perform live on stage. Don't miss Def Leppard put on an electrifying show you'll never forget. During the US leg of their tour, Def Leppard will be joined by fellow rock heavyweight Styx! Def Leppard concert tickets are on sale now!
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Def Leppard Tour 2015 Tour
9/22/15 - Joe Elliott and the rest of Def Leppard have a busy weekend ahead of them. They’ll be in the southwest playing back-to-back shows this Friday and Saturday – in two different cities! Tonight, they’ll take the stage in Albuquerque, NM at the Isleta Amphitheater. Tickets to tonight’s show start at $76. There are currently only 35 tickets left, so be sure to scoop yours up now. After tonight’s performance, they’ll head to Denver, CO and play at the Pepsi Center on Saturday, September 26 at 7:00 p.m. There are even fewer tickets left to Saturday’s show, and they start at $155. Only 10 tickets currently remain for tomorrow’s performance, so buy yours now before they sell out for good. Both shows this weekend also feature Styx and Tesla.
9/15/15 - Bands like Def Leppard don’t make it big by being shy and reserved, and that includes when they’re not on stage. As the band enjoyed a couple days off, singer Joe Elliott stayed in the spotlight and spent some of his time talking about their brand new album, which is due out next month and is simply titled, Def Leppard. While the album is definitely representative of the band’s roots, it also shows how they have evolved over the last three decades. The Leps will be back on the stage this Saturday, Sept. 19, along with Styx and Tesla in Mountain View, California at the Shoreline Amphitheatre. Get your tickets for general admission lawn seating today for $25 or, if you prefer assigned seating, prices start at $95.
7/20/15 - In a recent interview, Def Leppard guitarist Phil Collen spoke about what made the 1970s and ‘80s such a great time for music. He believes that bands were allowed more creative freedom to write and record songs that were more meaningful and daring. He says that it’s harder to do that now, because profit-driven labels are requiring bands to write and record songs that are more “filler” than substance. Collen relates that his band has had their fair share of troubles with meddling label executives, and so for their upcoming album they just decided to do everything on their own, and you can hear just how amazing that sounds by going to see them in concert! Come see Def Lep as they take on the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey this Saturday, July 25. Get your tickets for as little as $33!
7/13/15 - With the summer concert season well into full swing, you almost definitely already have purchased your Def Leppard tickets. If you are somewhat of a straggler, there are still tickets available for their ongoing tour with Styx and Tesla. Def Leppard is one of those bands that sound great no matter when they got their start. After several decades of making music together, they have perfected their sound! These guys really enjoy playing to fans and put on a great show, so be sure to make your summer a whole lot better by purchasing tickets. They will be in Clarkston, Michigan on Friday, July 17 to play an outdoor concert. Prices for lawn seating start at $51. Showtime is scheduled for 7:00PM at the DTE Energy Music Theatre.
7/6/15 - Frontman Joe Elliott of Def Leppard recently sat down with reporters at the Boston Globe to give the inside scoop about what it’s like to be in one of the most legendary rock and roll bands of all time. He said that when the band picks the songs for the set, they try not to play the same things year after year. He said that they also understand that there are certain hits that audiences expect to hear. He also spoke about their upcoming self-titled album that they have finished recording. It is in the production stages, with no release date yet. While you wait for the new record, you can perhaps hear some of the new music as they continue on their tour! Purchase tickets for the July 9 show at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield, Massachusetts for just $26.
6/30/15 - In a recent interview, guitar player Phil Collen of Def Leppard states that he remembers “thinking that 30 was really old” and that he never dreamed he would still be playing huge arena shows to sold out crowds at nearly 50 years old. He credits some of that success to the band’s ability to keep egos in check and their love of making music. Collen and the rest of Def Leppard are playing a show this Friday (July 3) at the Farm Bureau Live in Virginia Beach, Virginia. The show may be just a little extra special, as his 10-year-old daughter lives in the town and he will certainly want to leave a positive impression. Tickets are still available if you haven’t already purchased them, but quantity is limited, so don’t procrastinate any longer! Prices start at $45.
6/23/15 - As the United States leg of the Def Leppard tour kicked off this week, guitar player Vivian Campbell got some troubling news. He announced via Facebook that his cancer was back. Originally diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma in 2013, he feared that the news would force him to miss appearances on the tour. Luckily, Campbell will be joining back up with the band on Saturday and it looks like he won’t have to miss any more shows. The band will take the South by storm in the next few days with concerts in Alabama, Georgia and North Carolina. Pick up tickets from us today and treat yourself to some Def Leppard live! Ticket prices vary depending on the venue, but you can get your seats for the show this Sunday (June 28) at the Aarons Amphitheatre for $27 and up.
4/3/15 - Heavy metal never sounded so good, thanks to the first ever steam powered amplifier from your favorite hard rock group, Def Leppard, who partnered with Professor Ron N. McKew to develop the idea. The amp, which they have named The Boiler, runs for up to three hours on a tank of purified water. Harnessing the power of steam and turning it into sound is a completely unique concept and offers yet another way for musicians to get creative when practicing and performing their music. Does Def Leppard plan on using The Boiler on stage? Come find out for yourself as they tour the United States and Canada this spring and summer. The Canadian leg kicks off on Wednesday, April 15 in Penticton, BC at the South Okanagan Events Centre. Pick up your tickets from us today for $240.
3/5/15 - Legendary hard rockers Def Leppard are still over a month away from kicking off their highly anticipated 2015 tour, but they recently gave fans an idea of what they can expect at the show. Frontman Joe Elliott recently told reporters that although the band has been working on their first studio album in seven years, fans will not get be getting a sneak peek of any new material. Elliott would prefer fans around the world experience the new album as the band intended them to hear it, rather than a “version off somebody’s iPhone. You can catch Def Leppard on tour with co-headliners Styx and Tesla starting this summer. It all kicks off at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheater in Tampa, FL on June 23.
2/23/15 - During the 80’s and 90’s Def Leppard was constantly stealing the show with their wild performances and continuous hits. One of their most successful albums, “Hysteria” released in 1987 sold over 20 million copies worldwide. Included in that album were the prized hits “Pour Some Sugar on Me” and “Love Bites.” Between 1983-1993 they scored 15 top singles making them one of the most successful and influential bands of that time. There are truly passionate about their music and want to continue to tour and have their music heard. Don’t miss your chance to rock out with one of the most legendary rock bands of all time. Catch them live at one of their first concerts this summer at West Palm Beach, FL. Get your head banging on with tickets from Razorgator starting at $33.
2/17/15 - Being one of the most popular hard rock bands to ever exist, Def Leppard is still bringing the heat. Topping the charts in the United States and United Kingdom, album after album proved that they were a band that loved music and loved giving their fans tunes to treasure. They have sold more than 100 million records worldwide and have been ranked in the “100 Greatest Artists of Hard Rock.” Still loving to perform they are crashing 48 cities in North America this summer and they aren’t coming alone. The legendary band, Styx will be joining them, making this the concert no one can afford to miss. The United States leg of the tour begins in Tampa, FL on June 23, 2015 at the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre. For a night full of rocking out and complete bliss buy your tickets from Razorgator that start at $43 a piece.
2014 Def Leppard and KISS Tour
Def Leppard emerged in 1977 and quickly ascended to heights of perennial metal-pop kings in the following decades. As pioneers in the new wave of British heavy metal, alongside Iron Maiden and Saxon, the five rockers out of Sheffield, England reached extraordinary popularity in the late 80s and early 90s. Def Leppard has had immeasurable and lasting influence in the world of music, being the final hair metal holdout before grunge swept the industry. Def Leppard combines the 1970s glam rock genres (T.Rex, Led Zeppelin) with signature melodies and hooky riffs, resulting in immense crossover success.
Def Leppard’s monumental work, 1987’s “Hysteria,” is considered a milestone in rock music, and showed the bands breadth from metal to power-pop. The album was followed-up by 1992’s “Adrenalize,” after the death of guitarist Steve Clark, and is known as the last successful album produced by a band of their genre at dawn of a new style of rock (No.1 Billboard). Def Leppard is one of the best-selling artists in history, with over 100 million records sold, and two albums with RIAA diamond certification.
Now, thirty years removed from the breakout album “Pyromania,” which launched unforgettable hits “Photograph” and “Rock of Ages,” Def Leppard is going stronger than ever. Over the years, the band has demonstrated incomparable creativity, mashing hard rock sounds with experimental electronic on “Slang,” but have never lost their golden sound, as evident by “Euphoria.” When you purchase Def Leppard tickets, you get to experience on of VH1’s 100 Greatest Artists of All Time—and now you can see them with fellow classic rock act, KISS. The two legendary mainstays will hit the road on a co-headlining tour this summer. Let’s Get Rocked and buy Def Leppard tickets now!