URIAH HEEP Confirm First Australian Live Dates In 25 Years

October 6, 2010, 9 years ago

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British hard rock legends URIAH HEEP have announced a string of Aussie live dates for next March/April. It's been over 25 years since the band have played on Australian soil. Australian audiences in particular have taken Uriah Heep into their hard-rocking hearts, with the band scoring consecutive charting albums and singles in the country on more than one occasion. Heep's remarkable popularity in the Great Southern Land spawned the exclusive Australian compilation Downunda, released to commemorate their 1974 tour. What's more, in 2003 Uriah Heep enlisted the vocal talents of none other than Aussie rock legend JIMMY BARNES on the Relentless album, thus cementing their affinity to this country.

Uriah Heep's Aussie dates include:

March

31 - Brisbane, Australia - Tivoli

April

1 - Sydney, Australia - Enmore
2 - Melbourne, Australia - Palais Theatre

Uriah Heep recently completed a string of North American live dates, their first since 2002. The band are promoting both the Wake The Sleeper and the Celebration releases (marking their 40th anniversary).

Uriah Heep’s 2010 tour schedule is as follows.

October

15 - St.Petersburg, Russia - Oktiaborski
16 - St.Petersburg, Russia - Grand collection
23 - Kawasaki, Japan - Club Citta
24 - Kawasaki, Japan - Club Citta
29 - Madrid, Spain - La Rivera - Sala Heineken
31 - Barakaldo (Vizcaya), Spain - Bilbao Rockstar Live

November

4 - Milwaukee, WI - Northern Lights Theater / Potawatomi Bingo Casino
5 - Medina, MI - Medina Entertainment Center
6 - Palatine IL - Durty Nellies

December

3 - Prestatyn , Wales - Hard Rock Hell
8 - Solingen, Switzerland - Moonwalker Music Club

March

31 - Brisbane, Australia - Tivoli

April

1 - Sydney, Australia - Enmore
2 - Melbourne, Australia - Palais Theatre


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