Join Joe Elliott, Phil Collen, and photographer Ross Halfin on the Leppard Vault for a video livestream event discussing Def Leppard’s incredible history of photographs. Be ready for a candid conversation between old friends and fan Q&A about the most iconic, wild, heartbreaking, and hilarious photos in the Def Leppard collection.
Digital Event Tickets and Limited-Edition Event Bundles on sale NOW! PLUS – New Def Leppard Vault merchandise on sale during the event.
Have a favorite Ross Halfin / Def Leppard photograph? Maybe you took a Leppard photo of your own that you’d like to share with the band? Send your questions (written or as a video) along with your photos to email@example.com for a chance at a live response from Joe, Phil, and Ross! We will also be taking questions from the chat during the livestream.
All I want is EVERYTHING 💥 On May 14, 1996 in Def Leppard History – SLANG album was released! Celebrate 25 years with an all new Slang collection on the Def Leppard Vault 🔥 Crank it up and explore at LeppardVault.com 🤘
The Def Leppard Vault is unlocked – click HERE to sign up, create your VIP profile, and EXPLORE the band’s private collection!
For the first time ever, Def Leppard has come together to share their personal collections of band artifacts including personal memorabilia, gear, letters, clothes, art, and more. The Def Leppard Vault will serve as a constantly curated museum including special installations, where fans can gather to see the band’s history from 1977 to now. Joe, Sav, Rick, Phil and Viv will also be recording stories and memories & will be sharing in tandem with the historic collection.
“We are excited for you to see what we have found so far! We will be adding more content, more stories and more exclusive items for you to collect in the days, weeks and months to come. Stay tuned for more information on content coming to the Vault!
Back on October 23, 1995, the band embarked on a record-breaking 24 hour tour of 3 continents; playing acoustic shows in Morocco, England, and Canada in support of their first greatest hits album release ‘Vault: Def Leppard Greatest Hits (1980–1995)’. This rare TV special, which was broadcast on 17th November 1995, contains interviews and live music performances from the tour.