Def Leppard fans jazzed about the upcoming U.S. television premiere of their chart-topping concert film “And There Will Be A Next Time - Live From Detroit” can check out out a newly posted promotional trailer. Filmed live on July 15, 2016 at Detroit's DTE Energy Music Theatre, the legendary British rocker's Motor City performance will make its small screen debut via AXS TV's Sunday Night Rocks series on Sun., April 23 at 7:00 p.m. PT.
The “Love Bites” hitmakers unveiled the preview clip on April 17 at their official YouTube channel in conjunction with a news release posted Tuesday at their official Def Leppard website. Originally released in multi-formats on Feb. 12 via Eagle Rock, “Live from Detroit” topped Billboard's Music Video Sales chart in North America and also scored Top 10 entries in another half dozen countries worldwide.
The video teaser features footage of frontman Joe Elliott and company punching out their single “Let's Go,” the lead track from their highly successful 2015 self-titled 11th studio album. This song is followed by their 1987 Hysteria smash “Pour Some Sugar on Me.” Fans can check out the promo clip above.
To celebrate the premiere of “Live from Detroit,” AXS TV are also offering viewers a chance to win a Def Leppard prize package. To enter the contest click here and to get details of show times in your area, click here.
“And There Will Be A Next Time - Live From Detroit” is currently available in DVD+2CD , Blu-ray+2CD and digital formats. For more information, click here.
Def Leppard kicked off their 2017 spring tour of Canada and the U.S. earlier this month in Manchester, New Hampshire. The multi-platinum sellers are headlining a powerful triple bill along with Poison and Tesla, which is currently rocking its way across North America and will wrap up June 25 in Indianapolis at Klipsch Music Center.
The tour will make its next stop on April 19 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, at Resch Center. Tickets for numerous Def Leppard events are available at AXS. For all the latest details on Def Leppard, click here.