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Jam To Promote Def Leppard/Bryan Adams In Minor League Ball Parks

(CelebrityAccess MediaWire) —

Jam Productions is once again promoting concerts in minor league baseball parks. This year's tour, dubbed Rock 'N' Roll Double-Header Tour, features Def Leppard and Bryan Adams. The 26-date tour kicks off June 1 in Portland, OR and winds down August 10 in Lansing, MI. In each park, the stage will be set up in the outfield and fans can either bring a blanket to sit on the field or take a seat in the stands.

All concerts are staged on non-game days and begin at 6:30 p.m.; gates open approximately one hour in advance. The base ticket price is $45 (plus applicable service charges). For each paid adult, one child under 12 will be admitted for free.

In Jams' inaugural season last year, Bob Dylan and Willie Nelson/Hot Club of Cowtown performed in minor league ball parks, albeit some different venues. CelebrityAccess has learned that at least one more tour of minor league ball parks is in consideration.

Def Leppard/Bryan Adams itinerary:

June 1 Portland, OR PGE Park (Beavers)

June 3 San Jose, CA Municipal Stadium (Giants)

June 4 Fresno, CA Fresno Grizzlies Stadium (Grizzlies)

June 5 San Bernardino, CA Arrowhead Credit Union Park (Inland
Empire 66ers)

June 7 Mesa, AZ HohoKam Park (Sidewinders)

June 8 El Paso, TX Cohen Stadium (Diablos)

June 10 Oklahoma City, OK SBC Bricktown Ballpark (RedHawks)

June 11 Ft. Worth, TX LaGrave Field (Cats)

July 1 Camden, NJ Campbell's Field (RiverSharks)

July 2 Lancaster, PA Clippers Magazine Stadium (Barnstormers)

July 3 Wappingers Falls, NY Dutchess Stadium (Renegades)

July 5 Lakewood, NJ FirstEnergy Park (Blueclaws)

July 6 Brockton, MA Campanelli Stadium (Rox)

July 8 Aberdeen, MD Ripken Stadium (Rock Cats)

July 9 Brooklyn, NY KeySpan Park (Cyclones)

July 10 Rochester, NY Frontier Field (Red Wings)

July 29 St. Paul, MN Midway Stadium (Saints)

July 30 Schaumburg, IL Alexian Field (Flyers)

July 31 Davenport, IA John O'Donnell Stadium (Swing)

August 2 Lincoln, NE Haymarket Park (Salt Dogs)

August 3 Kansas City, KS Community America Ballpark (T-Bones)

August 5 South Bend, IN Coveleski Stadium (Silver Hawks)

August 6 Eastlake, OH Eastlake Stadium (Captains)

August 7 Charleston, WV Appalachian Power Park (Alley Cats)

August 9 Dayton, OH Fifth Third Field (Dragons)

August 10 Lansing, MI Oldsmobile Park (Lugnuts)

–Jane Cohen and Bob Grossweiner