SCORPIONS, ULI JON ROTH, MICHAEL SHENKER GROUP Confirmed For U.K.'s ROCK & BLUES CUSTOM SHOW

Veteran German hard rockers SCORPIONS will be joined by the band's former guitarist, Uli Jon Roth, during their appearance at this year's Rock & Blues Custom Show, set to take place July 26-29 at Coney Grey Showground, Chesterfield Road, Pentrich, Derbyshire, England. The festival billing is shaping up as follows:

SCORPIONS (with special guest Uli Jon Roth)
MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP
THE LEVELLERS
PAT SAVAGE BAND
GMT
THE ANIMALS AND FRIENDS
THE HANDSOME BEASTS
SAOR PATROL

Note: SCORPIONS and MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP will both perform on July 28.

SCORPIONS and Uli Jon Roth will play two more U.K. concerts together around their Rock & Blues Custom Show appearance. Also appearing on the bill will be MICHAEL SCHENKER GROUP. The dates are as follows:

July 29 - Manchester Apollo – Manchester, UK
July 30 - Hammersmith Apollo – London, UK

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