1996 in Music - Events - June

June

  • June 2 - Alice Cooper performs at Sammy Hagar's club, Cabo Wabo, in Mexico. It was recorded and released the next year as a live album.
  • June 12 - The final of the Eurovision Young Musicians 1996 competition is held in Lisbon, Portugal. The winner is German violinist and pianist Julia Fischer.
  • June 15 and 16 - The first Tibetan Freedom Concerts are held in San Francisco.
  • June 19 - Japanese duo Chage and Aska become the first Asian group to participate in MTV Unplugged.
  • June 21 – The Sex Pistols start their reunion tour in Lahti, Finland.
  • June 26 - Sammy Hagar leaves Van Halen.
  • June 28 - Kiss kicks off the Alive/Worldwide reunion tour at Tiger Stadium in Detroit. It's the first tour by the original lineup of the band since 1979.

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