Comprised of musicians from some of the biggest bands in recent rock history, the Rock 'N' Roll Allstars tour will hit the road in South and Central America in April/May.
Described as a live show unlike any before, Rock 'N' Roll Allstars will include appearances by the following musicians:
The dates are as follows:
04/19 - Asuncion, Paraguay - Jockey Club 04/21 - Sao Luis, Brazil - Metal Open Air Festival 04/23 - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Club Geba 04/25 - Santiago, Chile - Movistar Arena 04/27 - Lima, Peru - Explanada Monumental 04/29 - Quito, Ecuador [to be announced] 05/01 - Guatemala City, Guatemala - Mundo E 05/03 - San Jose, Costa Rica - Stadium Suprisa 05/04 - Panama City, Panama - Figali Convention Center 05/05 - Bogota, Colombia - Hipodromo De Los Andes
According to South American promoter Premier Producciones, the tentative setlist for the May 1 show in Guatemala City, Guatemala will be as follows:
To be announced:
Promoter Gabe Reed hosted a press conference on Thursday, March 1 at The Roxy Theatre in West Hollywood, California to officially announce the Rock 'N' Roll Allstars tour. Also attending the press conference were Simmons, Sorum, McKagan, Clarke, Bach and Hughes, among others.
Commented Bach: "For me to be the singer in Gene Simmons' first-EVER side project is amazing to me! Dreams come true, indeed. If you would have told me when I was a boy that some day Gene Simmons, Glenn Hughes and myself would be in a band together, my reply would have been, No, we will not,' and I would have been wrong, haha!! See you soon Central and South America!! We are gonna rock the best of KISS, Deep Purple, Guns N' Roses, Skid Row and Def Leppard! See you soon on tour!!!"
Added Hughes: "It's going to be quite a spectacle. For me, this collective of rockers is a fan's dream come true. It's a great lineup with players from a lot of great bands."
Check out video footage of Thursday's press conference below.
Despite the fact that he was previously announced as one of the musicians taking part in the Rock 'N' Roll Allstars tour, former Metallica and Voivod bassist Jason Newsted will not be making an appearance at the event.
Press Conference - Part 1:
Press Conference - Part 2: