Def Leppard Live Video Coming in 2017

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def-leppard-detroit-dvd-500Def Leppard will release a new concert film, And There Will Be A Next Time—Live From Detroit, on Feb. 10, the band has announced. The set, released by Eagle Rock Entertainment, will retail for $21.98 for DVD+2-CD while the Blu-ray+2-CD format will sell for $26.98. The set will also be available on digital video.

And There Will Be A Next Time—Live From Detroit captures Def Leppard at the DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston, Michigan, part of their 55-plus-city summer 2016 North American tour, which supported their self-titled 2015 album.

Said vocalist Joe Elliott: “I had this idea that we should film one of the shows from the 2016 tour because apart from the ‘Viva Hysteria’ shows, we hadn’t actually had a live performance filmed since 1988. With a new album out that was being so well received, it was just a case of where to do it. From the second the house lights went down, we could see the sun setting from the stage, and the energy from the crowd just seemed to intensify. It was a good choice and a great way to document Def Leppard in 2016.”

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As a bonus, the DVD set will include the official music videos for “Let’s Go,” “Dangerous” and “Man Enough,” and the lyric video for “Let’s Go.”

In anticipation of the DVD release, Def Leppard and Eagle Rock are launching a special PledgeMusic pre-order. Fans who participate will gain early access to a few select tracks, including “Dangerous” and “Rock On” as well as exclusive merchandise from PledgeMusic. Click here to pre-order.

Def Leppard (photo from their website)

Def Leppard (photo from their website)

Joe Elliott (vocals)
Phil Collen (guitar)
Vivian Campbell (guitar)
Rick Savage (bass)
Rick Allen (drums)

Track Listing

Disc 1:

Let’s Go
Let It Go
Love Bites
Armaggeddon It
Rock On
Man Enough

Disc 2:

Bringin’ On The Heartbreak
Switch 625
Medley: Hysteria/Heroes
Let’s Get Rocked
Pour Some Sugar On Me
Rock of Ages

Watch the video for the studio version of “Let’s Go” from the Def Leppard album

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