Judas Priest and Deep Purple will slay at Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre this summer

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Are you into "Breaking The Law?" Were you one of the billion people to learn the anthemic opening to "Smoke on The Water" on guitar during your first lesson? Is it still the only song you can play? If you've said yes to any of these questions, get your wallet ready because Judas Priest and Deep Purple are coming to fuck shit up.

The 25-city trek will kick off in Cincinnati on August 21 and will wrap in Wheatland, Washington on Sept. 30 with a stop at Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill on August 24 at 7 p.m.



Both pioneers of heavy rock, recent Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees Deep Purple dropped their 20th studio record, Infinite, in 2017 and one of the greatest metal bands of all time (according to Rolling Stone and most everyone else) Judas Priest released their 18th studio project Firepower just last month.

Tickets go on sale Friday, April 27 at 10 a.m. and start at $34 for lawn and $68 for pavilion seating. Purchases can be made here.

Don't be a stranger. Rock out with Deep Purple below.


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