This could be a fun tour to see!

Def Leppard, Bryan Adams to tour minor league ballparks
Def Leppard and Bryan Adams, two acts that had enormous success in the ’80s, will team this summer to co-headline a tour of minor league ballparks dubbed the “Rock ‘N Roll Double-Header Tour.”
The outing kicks off June 1 in Portland, OR, and will visit 26 minor league ballparks. All concerts take place on non-game days.
In each ballpark, the stage will be set up in the outfield. Fans can either bring a blanket to sit on the field or sit in the stands, according to a press release.
Def Leppard and Adams each plan to release a new album in 2005.
On May 17, Mercury/UMe will issue “Def Leppard–Rock of Ages: The Definitive Collection,” a two-disc best-of album that features the new single “No Matter What,” which originally was recorded by Badfinger. Two of Def Leppard’s albums–“Pyromania” and “Hysteria”–have sold more than 10 million copies each in the U.S.
“Room Service,” the latest album from Canada’s Adams, will hit stores this spring. It already debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s European album chart. He’ll also release a new book of photography this spring, dubbed “Calvin Klein–American Women.”
(FYI – The Adams disc actually came out in Canada last September, 2004)
Among Adams’ No. 1 singles are “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You,” “Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman?,” “Heaven” and “All For Love” (with Rod Stewart and Sting).
Tour Itinerary
June 2005
1 – Portland, OR – PGE Park (Beavers)
3 – San Jose, CA – Municipal Stadium (Giants)
4 – Fresno, CA – Fresno Grizzlies Stadium (Grizzlies)
5 – San Bernardino, CA – Arrowhead Credit Union Park (Inland Empire 66ers)
7 – Mesa, AZ – HohoKam Park (Sidewinders)
8 – El Paso, TX – Cohen Stadium (Diablos)
10 – Oklahoma City, OK – SBC Bricktown Ballpark (RedHawks)
11 – Ft. Worth, TX – LaGrave Field (Cats)
July 2005
1 – Camden, NJ – Campbell’s Field (RiverSharks)
2 – Lancaster, PA – Clippers Magazine Stadium (Barnstormers)
3 – Wappingers Falls, NY – Dutchess Stadium (Renegades)
5 – Lakewood, NJ – FirstEnergy Park (Blueclaws)
6 – Brockton, MA – Campanelli Stadium (Rox)
8 – Aberdeen, MD – Ripken Stadium (Rock Cats)
9 – Brooklyn, NY – KeySpan Park (Cyclones)
10 – Rochester, NY – Frontier Field (Red Wings)
29 – St. Paul, MN – Midway Stadium (Saints)
30 – Schaumburg, IL – Alexian Field (Flyers)
31 – Davenport, IA – John O’Donnell Stadium (Swing)
August 2005
2 – Lincoln, NE – Haymarket Park (Salt Dogs)
3 – Kansas City, KS – Community America Ballpark (T-Bones)
5 – South Bend, IN – Coveleski Stadium (Silver Hawks)
6 – Eastlake, OH – Eastlake Stadium (Captains)
7 – Charleston, WV – Appalachian Power Park (Alley Cats)
9 – Dayton, OH – Fifth Third Field (Dragons)
10 – Lansing, MI – Oldsmobile Park (Lugnuts)