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Latest Jägermeister Music Tour Stories

2009-02-13 13:24:00

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y., Feb. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Stage dive into spring with the Jagermeister Music Tour! Jagermeister is teaming up with legendary American punk band, Pennywise and dub rock trio, Pepper for this year's spring Jagermeister Music Tour. The tour kicks off on April 13th in Seattle, Washington. Pennywise is one of the most significant bands to emerge from Southern California punk's second wave. The Pennywise current line-up, which has remained constant since 1996, consists of Jim...

2008-10-16 09:00:22

Fresh off the high energy Cruee Fest Tour and the release of the blockbuster summer album "Only Through the Pain," Los Angeles based rock band TRAPT joins Hinder and Rev Theory on the acclaimed Jaegermeister Music Tour. Bringing a combination of screaming vocals, loud guitars, and ludicrous energy, TRAPT and the rest of the Jaegermeister tour are sure to continue their long streak of leaving satisfied fans in their wake on this newly announced string of dates. TRAPT will join the tour on...

2008-10-06 15:00:23

NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y., Oct 6 /PRNewswire/ -- What do you get when you bring America's favorite shot brand and America's hottest rock bands together for America's most anticipated concert experience? That's right, the Jagermeister Music Tour. On the road for seven years and running, Jagermeister is proud to bring rock music fans yet another awesome line-up of artists featuring ultra-talented, rock and roll anthem band, Hinder, high energy and riff-roaring LA based, Trapt and the party boys from...


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