Pyromania World Tour
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|Tour by Def Leppard|
|Start date||9 February 1983|
|End date||7 February 1984|
|No. of shows||178|
|Def Leppard concert chronology|
The Pyromania World Tour was a concert tour by British rock band Def Leppard which was the support tour for their third album, Pyromania. This was the first tour without Pete Willis, who was fired from the band in the middle of the recording sessions of the album because of problems with alcoholism. Phil Collen replaced him in the tour and finish the recording of Pyromania. This was also the first tour of the band as headliners in North America, they played in mid-size arenas, large theaters and stadiums around the United States and Canada. They would also perform at the Rock Pop Festival in Dortmund, Germany on the 17 and 18 December dates with Ozzy Osbourne, Iron Maiden, Scorpions, Judas Priest and Quiet Riot.
- "Rock! Rock! (Till You Drop)"
- "Rock Brigade"
- "High 'n' Dry (Saturday Night)"
- "Another Hit and Run"
- "Lady Strange"
- "Billy's Got a Gun"
- "Rock of Ages"
- "Bringin' On the Heartbreak"
- "Switch 625"
- "Let It Go'
- "Rocks Off"
- Joe Elliott – Lead Vocals
- Phil Collen – Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Backing Vocals
- Steve Clark – Lead & Rhythm Guitars, Backing Vocals
- Rick Savage – Bass, Keyboards, Acoustic Guitars, Backing Vocals
- Rick Allen – Drums