Slayer to Headline Jagermeister Fall Music Tour

(CelebrityAccess News Service) – Slayer will be headlining the Jagermeister Fall Music Tour, produced and promoted by Clear Channel Entertainment, which continues its three-year relationship with the tour. Kicking off October 8 in Minneapolis, MN, it winds down in Los Angeles on November 29. Hatebreed is the main support act with Sweden's Arch Enemy rounding out the bill.

"Slayer has never done a sponsored tour, mainly because we never thought anyone was worthy enough to have their name along side ours," says Slayer's Kerry King. "But now, with Jagermeister willing to jump on board, we will conquer the US like no one has seen before!"

"Jagermeister is thrilled to be working with Slayer," concurs Rick Zeiler, director of Marketing and Brand Development for Sidney Frank Importing Co., Inc., the importers of Jagermeister. "We've been huge fans of the band for many years and to have them on our tour is a dream come true."

Rich Levy, vice president of Booking/ National Sponsorships for CCE, adds, "We are proud to be involved in the continuing growth of the Jagermeister Music Tour. This year's tour with Slayer is taking things to another level. It is always great to work with a brand that has an ongoing commitment to music as a marketing strategy and Jagermeister continues to be a leader in the field."

Each performance will feature a local opening act sponsored by the Jagermeister Band Program, the highly touted program designed to seek out and promote up-and-coming talent. Fans will also be treated to world premiere freestyle motocross footage from members of Metal Mulisha. And of course, the world-famous Jagerettes will be on hand along with the Jagermeister Buses, making sure everyone is having as much fun as humanly possible.

Jagermeister Fall Music Tour 2003 featuring Slayer itinerary:

10/8 Minneapolis, MN Roy Wilkins Auditorium
10/10 Davenport, IA Live
10/11 Kansas City, MO Memorial Hall
10/12 St. Louis, MO The Pageant
10/14 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
10/15 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory
10/17 Worcester, MA The Palladium
10/18 New York, NY Roseland
10/19 Washington, DC Nation
10/21 Portland, ME State Theater
10/22 Poughkeepsie, NY Mid Hudson Civic Center
10/24 Cleveland, OH Agora Ballroom
10/25 Detroit, MI Harpo's
10/26 Pittsburgh, PA Metropol
10/28 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room
10/29 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom
10/30 Milwaukee, WI Eagles Auditorium
10/31 Grand Rapids, MI Orbit Room
11/1 Toledo, OH Headliner's
11/2 Cincinnati, OH Bogart's
11/4 Norfolk, VA Norva Theater
11/5 Atlanta, GA The Tabernacle
11/7 West Palm Beach, FL Mars Backstage
11/8 Tampa, FL Masquerade
11/9 Orlando, FL House of Blues
11/11 Houston, TX Verizon Wireless Theater
11/12 Dallas, TX Next Stage
11/13 San Antonio, TX Sunset Station
11/14 Austin, TX Austin Music Hall
11/16 Denver, CO Denver Coliseum
11/17 Salt Lake City, UT Salt Air
11/18 Las Vegas, NV House of Blues
11/20 Phoenix, AZ Mesa Amphitheater
11/21 San Diego, CA 4th &B
11/23 San Francisco, CA The Warfield
11/25 Seattle, WA Moore Theater
11/26 Portland, OR Roseland
11/28 Ventura, CA Ventura Theater
11/29 Los Angeles, CA Universal Amphitheater

–by Bob Grossweiner and Jane Cohen

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