Lita Ford announces US tour dates from June 5th to July 31st

Lita Ford announces US tour dates from June 5th to July 31st

It seems that many rock stars will be getting back on the road in the coming months so it’s no surprise that ex-The Runaways guitarist Lita Ford has announced some US tour dates from June 5th to July 31st.

The following message was posted on Ford‘s Facebook page yesterday:

“GET READY PEOPLE! Lita Ford 2021 Tour Dates! Rolling through your town in June & July, with more dates being announced soon! For more info & ticket-links, visit:!

June 05 – Sunbury, PA – Live United Live Music Fest
June 11 – Rice Lake, WI – AquaFest
June 24 – Brainerd, MN – Lakes Jam Festival
June 25 – Houston, TX – Warehouse Live
June 26 – Tulsa, OK – IDL Ballroom
July 01 – Indianapolis, IN – Marion County Fair
July 04 – Columbia, MD – M3 Rock Festival
July 08 – Streator, IL – Northpoint Field
July 16 – Ashland, VA – Marks & Harrison Pavillion
July 17 – Roanoke, VA – Berglund Performing Arts Theatre
July 19 – Warrendale, PA – Jergel’s
July 20 – Mentor, OH – Mentor Civic Amphitheater
July 21 – Lorain, OH – Rockin’ The River Festival
July 23 – Grover Hill, OH – Wetzel Moto Rally
July 24 – Columbus, OH – King of Clubs
July 31 – Beaver Dam, KY – Rock The Dam Fest

Sleaze Roxx caught Lita Ford performing live at The Phoenix Concert Theatre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada back in August 2015 and stated the following in its concert review:

“Predictably, Ford closed off her show with what has to be considered her two biggest hits — “Close My Eyes Forever” (with guitarist Patrick Kennison admirably handling Ozzy‘s vocal parts for that song) and “Kiss Me Deadly”. I would remiss if I did not mention Ford‘s all-star cast of musicians that form her band because they all kicked ass from drummer Bobby Rock (whom I have been aware of since his days with Vinnie Vincent Invasion) who delivered a cool drum solo which included a part that mostly included cymbals, talented guitarist Kennison and the unorthodox moving and bass playing Marty O’Brien. Speaking of O’Brien, he was flicking picks into the audience throughout the show and one ended up literally in one of my armpits.

Lita Ford proved on this night that she still has plenty of rock and roll left in her and I for one can’t wait to read her upcoming book Living Like A Runway: A Memoir.”

Lita Ford‘s “Kiss Me Deadly” video: