Def Leppard Debuts Video For Single “Man Enough” Today Via Live Nation TV

Article Photos by: Robert Cavuoto


Def Leppard has debuted a video for their new single “Man Enough” exclusively via Live Nation TV. The single just cracked the top 10 on the Classic Rock charts and is the third track off their latest self-titled studio album.

Def Leppard was recorded in early 2015 at front man Joe Elliott‘s studio in Dublin, Ireland. The self-titled album release marked their first new collection of material in seven years and 11th official studio release. The album debuted in the Top 5 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart in the U.S. and went Top 10 in 25 countries, including a #1 in Japan. The band’s previous two singles off of their new album, “Let’s Go” and “Dangerous“, also went to #1 on the Classic Radio charts.

Def Leppard‘s highly anticipated US Summer Tour kicks off in Boston, MA at the Xfinity Center on June 22ndand will wrap up in Cedar Rapids, IA at the U.S. Cellular Center on October 10th. The Live Nation promoted outing will storm through cities across all parts of the U.S. and Canada. Please see full tour routing below.

Def LeppardJoe Elliott (vocals),Vivian Campbell (guitar), Phil Collen (guitar), Rick “Sav” Savage (bass) and Rick Allen(drums)-continues to be one of the most important forces in rock music. With 100 million records sold worldwide and twoprestigious Diamond Awards to their credit, the group’s spectacular concerts, filled with powerful melodic rock anthems, continue to sell out venues worldwide. For the past thirty years the band’s epic live shows and arsenal of hits have become synonymous with their name, leading Def Leppard to be heralded as an institution in both the music and touring industry.



2016 Tour Dates

June 22-Boston, MA                               Xfinity Center

June 24-Bangor, ME                              Darling’s Waterfront

June 25-Quebec City, QC                      Videotron Centre

June 27-Syracuse, NY                           Lakeview Amp

June 29-Hershey, PA                             Hershey Park Stadium

July 1-Indianapolis, IN                           Klipsch Music Center

July 2-Chicago, IL                                  Hollywood Casino

July 5-Cincinnati, OH                             Riverbend Music Center

July 6-Milwaukee, WI                            Summerfest

July 8-Pittsburgh, PA                             First Niagara Pavillion

July 9-Grand Rapids, MI                       Van Andel Arena

July 11-Wantagh, NY                            Nikon at Jones Beach

July 13-Holmdel, NJ                              PNC Bank Arts Center

July 15-Detroit, MI                                 DTE Music Theatre

July 16-Toronto, ON                              Molson Canadian Amphitheater

August 6-Madison, WI                          Alliant Energy Center

August 8-Evansille, IN                          Ford Center

August 10-Bristow, VA                          Jiffy Lube Center

August 12-Atlanta, GA                          Aaron’s Amphitheater

August 13-Raleigh, NC                         Walnut Creek Amphitheater

August 15-Tampa, FL                           MidFlorida Credit Amphitheater

August 17-Birmingham, AL                  Oak Mountain Amphitheater

August 19-Austin, TX                           Austin 360

August 20-New Orleans, LA                Smoothie King Center

August 22-Houston, TX                       Cynthia Woods Pavilion

August 24-Dallas, TX                           Gexa Energy Pavilion

August 26-Kansas City, MO                Sprint Center

August 27-ST. Louis, MO                    Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

August 29-Cleveland, OH                    Blossom Music Center

August 31-Darien Center, NY              Darien Lake PAC

Sept 14-Billings, MT                            Metra Park

Sept 16-Salk Lake City, UT                 USANA Ampitheater

Sept 17-Denver, CO                            Pepsi Center

Sept 19-Albuquerque, NM                   Isleta Amphitheater

Sept 20-Phoenix, AZ                           Ak-Chin Pavilion

Sept 22-Irvine, CA                               Irvine Meadows Amphitheater

Sept 24-Sacramento, CA                    Toyota Amphitheater  (no Tesla)

Sept 25-Mountain View, CA                Shoreline Amphitheater

Sept 28-Boise, ID                               Taco Bell Arena

Sept 30-Eugene, OR                          Matthew Knight Arena

Oct 1-Tacoma, WA                              Tacoma Dome

Oct 4-Omaha,NE                                CenturyLink Center

Oct 5-Minneapolis, MN                       Xcel Center

Oct 7-La Crosse, WI                           La Crosse Center Arena

Oct 8-Toledo, OH                                Huntington Center

Oct 10-Cedar Rapids, IA                    U.S. Cellular Center


For more information on Def Leppard’s US tour and tickets please visit the band’s web site 

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