Watch Def Leppard's Live "Run Riot" Video

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Def Leppard have unveiled their 2018 London performance of Hysteria track "Run Riot." 

The live show is featured in the band's Hysteria at the O2 set, along with  their 2019 Sin City showdown Hits Vegas, Live At Planet Hollywood that comes in their London to Vegas Release.

The band recently postponed the release date of the live package, announcing, “Due to the current situation regarding COVID-19, we have decided to postpone the release date of all the London To Vegas formats to May 29. Stay safe, and keep on rockin’."

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The London to Vegas 10" package comes with a 40-page hardcover book, which you can see in the trailer video. "London to Vegas" is now available for pre-order as a direct-to-consumer package with exclusive merchandise bundles, including an emblematic "London To Vegas" T-shirt, "London to Vegas" 12x12 lithograph, branded envelope with the setlist, guitar pics, replica laminates from both shows, and an exclusive four-song picture disc "Acoustic in Vegas." 

The "Hysteria At The O2" disc celebrates the glory of their multi-platinum album Hysteria and its explosive debut in London's O2 Arena, featuring the riveting performances of "Pour Some Sugar On Me," "Animal," "Women" and more.

Hits Vegas, Live at Planet Hollywood features 28 songs, including acoustic versions of "Let Me Be The One," "We Belong," "Have You Ever Needed Someone So Bad" and "Two Steps Behind."

Pre-order details are available here

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