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Friday, 23rd June 2006
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  • Location / Camden, NJ, USA
  • Venue / Tweeter Center At The Waterfront

The first show by the band in this city since July 1996 on the Slang tour at the same venue.

The second time at this venue.

The venue is located in the city centre and is next to the Delaware River.

It was opened in June 1995 as Blockbuster-Sony Music Entertainment Centre.

From 2001 to 2008 it was known as Tweeter Center.

From 2008 to 2015 it was known as Susquehanna Bank Center.

It 2015 it became known as the BB&T Pavilion.

The opening night of the North American co-headline tour with Journey.

They did intend to play a show in Camden in July 2005 during the Rock Of Ages tour at Campbell's Field which was washed out before show time.

They instead played a small private acoustic show after sound check.

A shorter 15-song/80 minute set with 2005 USA single 'No Matter What' making a return.

The new stage included a big video screen behind them and amps at either end of the stage leading to a platform behind Rick's kit.

Local fan John reports it was raining and lightning struck during 'Rocket' behind the stage.

As in 2005 a private acoustic soundcheck gig was played. Songs included 'TSB', '20th Century Boy' and 'PSSOM' (See Photo Galleries).

Read more about this show and tour in the Lep History section,

Fan Photos.

show intro

  • 00 - YEAH!/Hell Raiser (Lookout!)


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