14th April - Germany - Hannover - Bluesgarage
16th April - Greece - Athens - Fuzz Live Music Club
17th April - Greece - Thessaloniki - Block 33
19th April - Germany - Nuremberg - Hirsch - POSTPONED to 21st July
20th April - Germany - Oberhausen - Zentrum Altenberg
22nd April - England - Workington - Carnegie Theatre
23rd April - England - Middlesbrough - Town Hall
24th April - Scotland - Edinburgh - Picture House
25th April - Scotland - Inverness - Ironworks
27th April - England - Sheffield - Academy
28th April - England - Leamington Spa - The Assembly
29th April - Wales - Cardiff - Millennium Music Hall
1st May - Belgium - Charleroi - Le Coliseum
2nd May - Holland - Zoetermeer - Boerderij
4th May - France - Paris - La Trabendo
5th May - Germany - Bruchsal - Fabrik
6th May - Germany - Osnabrück - Rosenhof
7th May - Germany - Berlin - Parkbühne Biesdorf
8th May - Germany - Dresden - Tante Ju

26th May - Brazil - São Paulo - Carioca Club
27th May - Brazil - Goiania - The Bolshoi
28th May - Belo Horizonte/MG - Lapa Multishow
29th May - Recife - Sport Club do Recife

21st July - Germany - Nuremberg - Hirsch

25th July - England - London - Victoria Park - High Voltage Festival

 

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14th April 2010 - Germany - Hannover - Bluesgarage

 

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16th Aprli 2010 - Greece - Athens - Fuzz Live Music Club

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

 

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UFO
in Friday, 16 April 2010 at Fuzz Club
by Panos Pagonopoulos


There are really few words that can describe what UFO have achieved in their career and how important this band is to Hard Rock and Rock music generally. UFO are legends, one of the greatest Hard Rock bands of the 70s, having influenced hundreds of musicians not only in Rock music but also in Heavy Metal. Someone could easily say that they are among the best Rock bands ever. Since 2004 with Vinnie Moore becoming their lead guitarist UFO have released 3 very very good studio albums together with the excellent “Showtime” double DVD, they have re-invented themselves and managed to totally reborn their career reminding us of their glorious past. So when it was announced that UFO would perform live in Athens for the second leg of their “Visitor World Tour” I knew there was no way I was going to miss it.

At20:30 when I arrived at Fuzz Live Club only a few fans where inside, so I grabbed a beer, went to the front row, found a good spot (in front ofwhere Vinnie Moore was going to play) and waited patiently for the gig to start. As time passed more and more fans were coming but Fuzz Club was far from being crowded. At around 21:35, as it was pretty much expected, UFO came on stage with their two classics “Let It Roll” and “Mother Mary”. There just couldn't be a better way to start their live performance. UFO carried on with two songs from their Vinnie Moore era: the beautiful Rock/Blues “Saving Me” from their new album “The Visitor” and “Daylight Goes To Town” from the “You Are Here” CD. To my big and pleasant surprise many fans knew the lyrics and enjoyed the songs which means that they had heard and loved the new albums and that shows the band has done a great job in the recent past. “Out In The Street” and “Cherry” returned to the 70s period of the band while the new ones “Stop Breaking Down” and “Hell Driver”(combined withthe old “The Kid's”) were warmly welcomed by the fans.

But the party had not even started yet! The instant classic “Only You Can Rock Me”, the wonderful “Love To Love” and the unexpected by the fans “Ain't No Baby” marked the beginning of an incredible ending. “Too Hot To Handle” followed up and we couldn't believe our eyes. Vinnie Moore accompanied by the band did an unbelievable and full of virtuosity guitar solo/improvisation extending the song's duration over 10 minutes. An incredible Hard Rock solo, adding progressive elements, tapping and even played for much time guitar behind his back (something that Barry Sparks did with his bass guitar also)! In the ““Lights Out” or “Doctor Doctor”?”questionthe fans chose without hesitation the second one and with this classic the gig ended temporarily. In the usual encore UFO ended their performance with an extended version of the great “Rock Bottom” with another beautiful improvised solo by Vinnie Moore. In the end the band left the stage under a huge applause by the fans.

UFO really performed every song in excellence. Andy Parker on drums and Paul Raymond in keyboards/rhythm guitar put on a consisted and solid performance. Barry Sparks(ex-MSG, ex-Ted Nugent ,ex-Malmsteen) was full of energy and put on an impressive performance. He has stated in the past that he is a huge fan of UFO and their bassist Pete Way (who is not touring with the band due to health issues) and he showed enjoying every minute on stage with the band. On vocals Phil Mogg is a great frontman. We all knew that he hasn't got the voice range he used to have in the 70s but he adjusted the songs in his current voice (which is still really good) doing a really good job and left all the fans totally satisfied. As for Vinnie Moore,what can I say…? A stunning performance, incredible small or big improvisations in many songs…he was simply magnificent.

In the end, none expected such an excellent performance by UFO. They really exceeded everyone'sexpectations. Another thing that I really loved in this gig was the small and big improvisations in many songs which were really good. I can't remember since when I have seen a band live improvising so much and so good. One thing is for sure; everyone in Fuzz Club had a great time seeing one of the most historical and legendary Hard Rock bands live.

UFO setlist:

"Let It Roll"
"Mother Mary"
"Saving Me"
"Daylight Goes To Town"
"Out In The Street"
"Stop Breaking Down"
"The Kid's/Hell Driver"
"Cherry"
"Only You Can Rock Me"
"Love To Love"
"Ain't No Baby"
"Too Hot To Handle"
"Doctor Doctor"
"Rock Bottom"

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More photos and review from Greece

 

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17th April 2010 - Greece - Thessaloniki - Block 33

 

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

 

 

 

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19th April 2010 - Germany - Nuremberg - Hirsch

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Official Band Announcement

NÜRNBERG SHOW POSTPONED - NOW re-scheduled for 21st July

Due to the airport closures caused by the volcano eruption in Iceland, the band and crew are stranded in Greece.
The flights to Germany have been cancelled, so we are waiting for transport to shuttle us all
to Tuesday's gig in Oberhausen... 2300 km to go...
"Our apologies to everyone who was planning to come to the Nürnberg show. We are aiming to reschedule it as soon as possible."

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

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20th April - Germany - Oberhausen - Zentrum Altenberg

 

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

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Voodoo Six To Support UFO on UK Tour


VOODOO SIX, the British hard rock band formed by ex-DIRTY DEEDS bassist Tony Newton,
will support UFO on the following six UK dates + Belgium and Holland

22nd April / 23rd / 24th / 25th / 28th / 29th / 1st May / 2nd

 


 

22nd April - England - Workington - Carnegie Theatre

 

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

Support: VOODOO SIX

 

Photos from Carnegie Theatre

 

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23rd April - England - Middlesbrough - Town Hall

 

 

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

Support: VOODOO SIX

 

 

 

 

Only You Can Rock Me - UFO in Middlesborough

 

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24th April - Scotland - Edinburgh - Picture House

 

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

Support: VOODOO SIX

 

 

PHOTOS

 

 

TRANSLATED FROM POLISH

"How is this not what you like, it likes what has happened" - says the old adage that accompanied me for the last few days before the concert. Although there is not composed of Michael Schenker, Pete or Waya, but they are still Phil Mogg, Andy Parker and Paul Raymond. 3 / 5 of the classical composition is still more than half of the concert and the poor probably could not give. Fortunately, not wrong. Their performance was great.

Tightly filled a small room Picturehouse'u Edinburgh, excitement and thrill of anticipation. Any classic rock concerts make me weird reactions in the form of carefully looking at the audience. Well, because let's be honest, because my late birth date of their presence is usually clearly underestimates the average age of the participants live (unless you record a concert by the Moody Blues prior year and a half in the local theater Playhouse, where among several thousand attendees only spotted a few people in my age .) Fortunately, yesterday evening the weight podtatusiałych, graying metal shirts Saxon or Iron Maiden, it was a little younger generation of players, so I did not feel so strange as usual.

Maybe now the same concert ... The newer songs we heard only two songs from the last album ("Saving Me," "Hell Driver") and one from "You Are Here" from 2004 ("When Daylight Goes To Town"). The rest of the setlist filled UFO-wa classic from the golden 70's. They were all the most famous motor tracks like "Only You Can Rock Me ',' Too Hot To Handle" and the immortal "Doctor Doctor". Diversions in the set was not too much, there have been more subdued, like "Love to Love", "Cherry" or "Out In The Street", but they sounded pretty tight.

Which pieces came out best? First of all, thundering "Lights Out" - played with the same incredible, "Paler" like on the album "Strangers In The Night" from the late 70's. Would mention it, "This Kids" and I think above all, "Doctor Doctor", who led the entire room for the tremendous rage and boil.

On stage, the musicians presented themselves little by way of contrasts. New bass player (Barry Sparks) tried, with better or for worse, to replace the absent dignity due to liver disease Pete Waya, both in terms of technique and spontaneity of playing and showiness. The new guitarist after yesterday Vinnie'go Moore viciously in the end I managed to convince. After hearing the last few panels of UFOs in his presence I felt that Mogg and company made the same mistake as Deep Purple, Blackmore Steve zatępując Ritchie'go Morse'm - choose a good guitar tech, which can quickly dress fingers on the fingerboard but absolutely not having their own style. Vinnie has the style and happiness (as opposed to Morse) is not trying to change the predecessor of guitar solos on the strength (usually with poor results) trying to prove that zagrałby it better. Moore did not experiment, but could leave a little space on their own interpretation ("Rock Bottom"). The group was decidedly more static three remaining classic. However, the champion in itself has remained Phil Mogg. Do not kid ourselves, the oldest, but I tried to give his all, so far as vocally he can not be accused of anything, it kondycyjnie 60-year-old body is not able to cope with the spontaneity of hard rock concerts, and often withdrew into the shadows by giving scope for the younger colleagues.

Although the concert I remember very warm. Is probably not easy teams to the likes of UFO keep a balance between the number of decibels, and the creation of magic and incredible atmosphere. They are still going, and praise them for it. Let us play for as long as possible.

Setlist: Let It Roll, Mother Mary, Saving Me, Out In The Street, When Daylight Goes To Town, This Kids, Hell Driver, Cherry, Only You Can Rock Me, Love To Love, Is not No Baby, It's Too Hot Handle, Lights Out, Doctor Doctor. Encore: Rock Bottom, Shoot Shoot

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25th April - Scotland - Inverness - Ironworks

 

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

Set list - Inverness Ironworks

Let It Roll
Mother Mary
Saving Me
Out In The Streets
STOP BREAKING DOWN
This Kids
Helldriver
Cherry
Only you Can Rock Me
Love To Love
Ain't No Baby
Too Hot To Handle
Lights Out
Doctor Doctor

Rock Bottom

 

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27th April - England - Sheffield - Academy

 

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

Support: Crimes OF Passion

 

Sheffield Academy Photos

 

Thanks to Mark for the review:

UFO were outstanding in Sheffield last night.

The band were firing on all six, and the sizeable audience responded in kind. I got myself down the front in the second row and sang every word. The band played for 1 hour 45 minutes and I must have needed to pee for about 1 hour 15 but I wasn't moving for anything. The set was excellent - thanks to the band for playing Stop Breaking Down. Highlights for me included Out In the Streets, Cherry, and a stonking Ain't No Baby. Special thanks to Barry Sparks whose top-notch performance evoked the spirit of the sadly absent Mr Way in no uncertain terms.

Mark Birdsall

Let It Roll
Mother Mary
Saving Me
Out In The Street
This Kids
Cherry
Stop Breaking Down
Only You Can Rock Me
Love To Love
Hell Driver
Ain't No Baby
Too Hot To Handle
Lights Out
Doctor Doctor

Rock Bottom
Shoot Shoot

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UFO/Crimes OF Passion -

O2 Academy, Sheffield, Tuesday 27th April, 2010

 

 

 

 

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28th April - England - Leamington Spa - The Assembly

 

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

Support: VOODOO SIX

 

 

UFO at Leamington Spa - Thanks John, see you at High Voltage

 

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UFO at Leamington Spa

Set of stunning photos from another [s-i-t-n] member, Richard Ward at The Assembly in Leamington Spa

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UFO in Leamington Spa

Photos from Lee Jones at Leamington Spa, UK

 

REPORT - The recent UK dates - Middlesborough and Leamington


I think that it would be fair to say that there has been a buzz about the band in recent months and the UK dates in April longed for by the faithful.

I managed to get to two of the gigs Middlesbrough and Leamington. Two great venues and two superb gigs.

It seems odd saying this after all these years of following UFO but I finally believe that the band are getting some of the credit they deserve. All too often UFO releases have been dismissed by the press and people alike. We all have our favourites but to me, they have never released a bad album.

I really felt that things really changed for me after the Chepstow gig in 2007, it was one of the best shows I had seen for a long long time. The addition of Barry has just made the band so much tighter live and this is now so apparent after this years UK consolidated upon what we had witnessed on the last tour. It is essential Barry is on the next album. It could make the next offering even more awesome.

The set list has been mentioned on these pages before, the only difference between the two, was that When Daylight Comes To Town at Middlesbrough being played whilst it was replaced by Stop Breaking Down at Leamington. Daylight is a great record but hearing another new track that is so good made all the difference to me. Too few bands have the confidence to play newer material and rely on past glories and after seeing 3 tracks off the last MSG album live last year, I really find that I tend to listen to tracks in a different way after seeing them performed. When you've got a new album this good, you don't have to worry.

Many times I have said that I wanted to see more Chapman tracks but I acknowledge at these venues, alot of fans may not have seen the band for some time. If this is the case, I think that at both gigs the set list was ideal. Both new and old fans seem to have loved the gigs.

For those of us who regularly see the band, we long to have a few tracks from the other periods/albums that are not played. As i've said often, it would be great to have a few of these recorded for DVD/CD release. When I first saw the band in 1981, alot of the Strangers stuff wasn't included in the set and the band were pretty big in those days. A lot of the tracks played were and are still classics in their own right and I think that we all agree that the band are victims of writing too many fantastic records. Too many not to ever see the light of day again. Perhaps the band could do a a couple of UK gigs and see how it's received. I know the answer.

Ironically, i've just read something about Jason Bonham doing a Led Zep tribute, we've seen Queen's legacy eroded in various ways much to the annoyance of John Deacon, we've seen many bands reform and live in the past but UFO are 'Here and Now' and as relevant as any band on the circuit. Crowds and album sales are on the increase and long may it continue .........


Best Wishes

Paul

 

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29th April - Wales - Cardiff - Millennium Music Hall

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

Support: VOODOO SIX

 

PHOTOS

 

Set list

Let It Roll
Mother Mary
Saving Me
Out In The Street
This Kids
Cherry
Stop Breaking Down
Only You Can Rock Me
Love To Love
Hell Driver
Ain't No Baby
Too Hot To Handle
Lights Out

Rock Bottom

Doctor Doctor

 

Cardiff - Having got some rest, I can now give you a brief review from Cardiff in South Wales.

The band were in superb form and without doubt it was one of their finest performaces that I had witnessed. UFO were enjoying every moment, interacting with each other constantly (including Andy). Barry Sparks really fits into the mix like a glove, his playing and stage presence is superb. This is a great UFO line-up. The crowd were fantastic and UFO seemed energised by their reaction. From the very first moment that Vinnie created the feedback loop from guitar to amp (link is from HMV Picture House, not Cardiff by the way) as 'Let It Roll' cut through - an excellent choice for the opening number - the fans went wild. Another great classic followed, 'Mother Mary' ensuring that the atmosphere was electric. The three tracks over the evening which were played from 'The Visitor' got an amazing reaction from the crowd and these now sit very comfortably within the set-list. 'Stop Breaking Down' was performed live and I was really knocked out by the performance. FANTASTIC. I hope this becomes part of the set. 'Love to Love' was immense - beautiful. 'Ain't No Baby' from Obsession is such a great choice but I would lreally ove to see 'Pack It Up and Go' from the same album, maybe one day. 'Lights Out' and 'Rock Bottom' were brilliant. The night was magical and the band played two encores. Looking forward to 'High Voltage', London in July. Tris

Set list

Let It Roll - Mother Mary - Saving Me - Out In The Street - This Kids - Cherry - Stop Breaking Down
Only You Can Rock Me - Love To Love - Hell Driver - Ain't No Baby - Too Hot To Handle - Lights Out

encore 1 - Rock Bottom

encore 2 - Doctor Doctor

 

 

The Steel Daffodil REVIEW and Pictures + Video postings:

 

 

Too Hot To Handle

 

 

This Kids

 

Vinnie Moore in Cardiff

 

Above photos copyright 2010 - Ian Janes

 

UFO spotted rolling back the rock’n’roll years in Cardiff


May 1 2010 by David Owens, South Wales Echo


THE evening’s openers Voodoo Six played an energetic, well-received set.

A London-based five-piece, their twin guitars and up-front bass formation laid down some seriously heavy riffing. They’re evidently one band to watch.

It’s 25 years since UFO’s last Cardiff gig but the years dissolved away when they took to the stage.

Opening with a kicking Let It Roll, they had the crowd roaring them on from the off.

Paul Raymond’s keyboards have always lent texture to UFO’s best songs, as demonstrated on Out In The Street, the epic Love To Love and the crowd led, call and response anthem Only You Can Rock Me.

This had audience bellowing out the words: “You ain’t with us, then it’s just bad news”, which was ironic, given there was no danger of that situation developing. Singer Phil Mogg was beaming throughout, obviously in his element; the consummate frontman amusing the crowd with his banter and keeping the Welsh fans happy by quoting from Dylan Thomas’ poem, Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night.

The rest of the band were equally on form. Drummer Andy Parker was a powerhouse at the back, bassist Barry Sparkes substituted in fitting style for the absent Pete Way, while guitarist Vinnie Moore is now a well established member of the band, standing up to previous legendary UFO axe-man Michael Schenker.

With an unstoppable momentum the set built to a crescendo with live favourites Too Hot To Handle, Lights Out, Rock Bottom and Doctor Doctor. “It’s been a pleasure,” shouted Phil Mogg, as the band took their front stage bows and thanked the audience.

The feeling was definitely mutual.

Chris Sutcliffe

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1st May - Belgium - Charleroi - Le Coliseum

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

Support: VOODOO SIX

 

 

Belgium advert for 'Le Coliseum concert in Charleroi earlier in the week

The following photos, copyright 2010 - Christophe Ochal

Barry Sparks
Vinnie Moore

 

Phil Mogg

 

 

Paul Raymond

Paul Raymond

 

Vinnie Moore and Barry Sparks

 

Phil Mogg
Paul Raymond

 

Paul Raymond and Vinnie Moore

 

Vinnie Moore

 

Barr Sparks and Phil Mogg

 

Vinnie Moore

 

Paul Raymond

 

Phil Mogg and Andy Parker

 

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A couple of stunning photos taken of UFO in Concert at Charleroi, Belgium on 1st May 2010

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2nd May - Holland - Zoetermeer - Boerderij

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

 

 

Support: VOODOO SIX

 

 

UFO in Holland 2010

Photos posted from Boerderij in Zoetermeer, Holland from two nights ago

 

 

UFO - de Boerderij 2 mei 2010

 

 

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4th May - France - Paris - Le Trabendo

 

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Barry Sparks

SUPPORT: American Dog

 

UFO

IN PARIS - CHERRY

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UFO in Paris

DOCTOR DOCTOR

 

Here are a series of fantastic shot photographs from Nicolas Gaire, thanks Nicolas

Vinnie Moore

 

Paul Raymond

 

Barry Sparks

 

Andy Parker

 

Phil Mogg

 

Vinnie Moore

 

All six above photos of Vinnie Moore, Phil Mogg, Andy Parker, Paul Raymond and Barry Sparks - Nicolas Gaire - © 2010.

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No photograph may be reproduced, downloaded, copied, stored, manipulated, or used whole or in part of a derivative work, without my written permission. All rights reserved.

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5th May - Germany - Bruchsal - Fabrik

 

 

 

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6th May - Germany - Osnabrück - Rosenhof

 

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Peter Pichl

 

Peter Pichl

 

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7th May - Germany - Berlin - Parkbühne Biesdorf

 

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Peter Pichl

 

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8th May - Germany - Dresden - Tante Ju

 

Line-up: Phil Mogg / Vinnie Moore / Paul Raymond / Andy Parker / Peter Pichl

 

Intro - Let It Roll
Mother Mary
Saving Me
Out In The Street
This Kids
Stop Breaking Down
Only You Can Rock Me
Hell Driver
Love To Love
Ain't No Baby
Too Hot To Handle
Lights Out
Doctor Doctor
Rock Bottom

 

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26th May - Brazil - São Paulo - Carioca Club
27th May - Brazil - Goiânia/GO - The Bolshoi
28th May - Belo Horizonte/MG - Lapa Multishow
29th May - Recife/PE - Sport Club do Recife

Phil Mogg - Vinnie Moore - Andy Parker - Paul Raymond - Rob de Luca

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21st July 2010 - Germany - Nuremberg - Hirsch

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25th July - England - London - Victoria Park - High Voltage Festival

 

UFO to appear at the 'High Voltage Festival' in Victoria Park, London on 25th July, playing the main stage

 

 

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PAST TOURS

Seven Deadly Tour 2013: UK 2013 | EURO 2013

Seven Deadly Tour 2012: Monsters of Rock Cruise | UK 2012 | Europe 2012 | USA 2012

Best of A Decade Tour: USA May 2011 | Europe 2011 | USA September 2011

The Visitor 2010 World Tour : UK Winter 2010 - Summer Week - UK & Europe - BRAZIL May/June 2010

USA 2009 | The Visitor Europe - Summer 09 | UK 09 | Europe - Winter 09

Monkey Puzzle World Tour : THE MONKEY PUZZLE TOUR 2006 | 2007 TOUR | USA 2008

You Are Here Tour : YOU ARE HERE TOUR 2004/2005