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Switzerland

of the Congo Congo , Togo, Vietnam signers 50,000–100,000 (1986) composer country Germany Austria Switzerland Italy language German (German language) The shows are broadcast live six to seven times a year from different cities in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. There have also been seven open-air summer shows, broadcast from Amphitheatre Xanten (Xanten#Antiquity), Palma


Japan

the band with a variety of drum tracks to listen to while he was gone. The band regrouped and began recording at Rolling Thunder studios in April 2003 until the band left to perform a couple of summer shows in Canada and Japan, where they premiered several songs live. Soon afterward, the band performed for a short time for the armed forces in the Middle East.


Canada

(band) Transplants , leaving the band with a variety of drum tracks to listen to while he was gone. The band regrouped and began recording at Rolling Thunder studios in April 2003 until the band left to perform a couple of summer shows in Canada and Japan, where they premiered several songs live. Soon afterward, the band performed for a short time for the armed forces in the Middle East.


Germany

to seven times a year from different cities in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. There have also been seven open-air summer shows, broadcast from Amphitheatre Xanten (Xanten#Antiquity), Plaça de Toros de Palma de Mallorca (Palma, Majorca), Disneyland Paris, Waldbühne Berlin (Olympic_Stadium_(Berlin)#Waldbühne, the Forest Theatre), and Aspendos Roman Theatre (Aspendos). Each of the shows, which are shown without commercial interruption, are usually scheduled to last


United States

Glen Flora is located within the town. In July 2006 it was announced that Immortal would reunite for a string of summer shows in 2007. They headlined the Inferno Festival in April, the Tuska Open Air festival in June July, Metal Camp festival in July, and the Wacken Open Air festival in August. They also performed twice in the United States in July 2007. Filling in as bassist for these dates was the Aura Noir bassist Apollyon (Ole Jørgen Moe).

it took place in New York City (New York City, New York)'s Jacob K. Javits Convention Center. The 2004 and 2005 summer shows, retitled ''Macworld Conference & Expo'' took place in Boston, although without Apple's participation. Other companies followed Apple's lead, canceling or reducing the size of their own exhibits, which resulted in reduced attendance compared with previous Macworld conferences. On 16 September 2005, IDG announced that no further summertime shows would be held

before that season's winner was revealed. The soprano was the celebrity guest duetting with ten year old contestant Jackie Evancho.


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