Ringo Starr press conference and special performance to be broadcast live on www.muzu.tv/ringostarr
On June 1st 2011 at 15:00 BST Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band will be inviting fans around the world to join them online for a live press conference and special performance.
Following a short musical performance, Ringo Starr will introduce the members of his All Starr Band as they prepare to embark on their 2011 European tour.
Ringo Starr, Edgar Winter, Gary Wright, Rick Derringer, Richard Page, Wally Palmar and Gregg Bissonette will then answer questions from the media. Fans will also have the opportunity to submit questions via a chat facility on www.muzu.tv/ringostarr. The press conference will end at 15:45.
The twenty eight date tour, which begins on June 4th, is the most extensive European tour undertaken by Ringo and His All Starr Band. With concerts in Ukraine, Russia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Latvia, Poland, Britain, France, Czech Republic, Italy, Holland, Germany and Austria the tour will see Ringo performing in several countries for the first time. It is also Ringo’s first UK tour since 1998.
In addition to opening the event to the online audience, two fans will also have the opportunity to attend the press conference in person by entering a competition on MUZU.TV.
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Ringo Starr and His All Starr Band return to the road for the 12th All Starr tour. Joining Ringo Starr will be Rick Derringer on guitar, Richard Page on bass, Wally Palmar on guitar & harmonica, Edgar Winter on sax and keyboards, Gary Wright on keyboards and Gregg Bissonette on drums.
The twenty eight date tour kicks off in Kiev, Ukraine on 4th June, stopping in Russia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Latvia, Poland, Britain, France, Czech Republic, Italy, Holland and Germany before concluding in Vienna, Austria on 17th July.
4th June Kiev, Ukraine Palace Of Ukraine
6th June Moscow, Russia Crocus City Hall
7th June St Petersburg, Russia Big Concert Hall
10th June Gothenburg, Sweden Liseberg
11th June Oslo, Norway Norwegian Wood Festival
12th June Randers, Denmark Vaerket SOLD OUT
14th June Riga, Latvia Arena Riga
15th June Warsaw, Poland Sala Kongresowa
17th June London, England Hampton Court
18th June Liverpool, England Empire
20th June Birmingham, England Symphony Hall
22nd June Manchester, England Opera House
23rd June Glasgow, Scotland Clyde Auditorium
24th June Bournemouth, England BIC
26th June Paris, France Palais des Sports
28th June Budapest, Hungary Sport Arena
29th June Prague, Czech Republic KCP Congress Centre
2nd July Lyon, France Centre de Congres
3rd July Milan, Italy Civic Arena
4th July Rome, Italy Auditorium Cavea
7th July Hamburg, Germany Stadtpark
9th July Weert, Holland Bospop Festival
10th July Dusseldorf, Germany Philipshalle
12th July Berlin, Germany Tempodrom
13th July Munich, Germany Circus Krone
14th July Salzburg, Austria Halle 1
16th July Frankfurt, Germany Jahrhunderthalle
17th July Vienna, Austria Open Air Arena