WHITESNAKE's Isle Of Man Show Delayed Tonight

Isle Of Man Today reports that WHITESNAKE will be taking to the stage half an hour later than planned tonight (Tuesday, June 9) in Isle Of Man, United Kingdom to allow fans enough time to travel to the Villa Marina in Douglas following the end of today's racing. The legendary rock band will now be performing at 9.30pm on the outdoor stage.

The Department of Tourism and Leisure thanked the band for agreeing to the move.

WHITESNAKE will be supported by JETT BLACK who will be playing at 8pm and there will be a break in the programme at 8.30pm to allow the audience to watch the Red Arrows display over Douglas bay.

Read more from Isle Of Man Today.

Quality fan-filmed video footage of WHITESNAKE's June 4, 2009 concert in Paris, France can be viewed below (courtesy of "Personnetv").


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