Great White and Slaughter
Two of 80’s Rock’s Quintessential Acts Together in One Night!
Saturday, March 2, 2019. Doors Open at 7:00p.m., Show Starts at 8:00p.m.
Ultimate VIP Package Includes:
Front row center stage seat, meet and greet with the bands, two drink tickets, and a special gift, $100.00 plus ticketing fees. Please ensure that you provide an email address when purchasing Ultimate VIP Tickets. Meet and greet details will be sent via email 24 hours prior to event.
VIP Package Includes:
Seats in rows 2-5, center stage and two drink tickets, $60.00 plus ticketing fees.
These seats are available in rows 6 through 27, $40.00 plus ticketing fees.
ADA Handicap Accessible:
These seats are located in row 13 on the left side. $40.00 Please call the box office to purchase these seats at 515-386-7754.
Great White: Changes? Yeah, they’ve had ‘em. Fallen off the path? Guilty. Slowed down? No way. Never. Don’t ever count these guys out of the game. For the first time in its 36-year history, Grammy nominated hard rock band legends, Great White takes on its third front man. The band is ready for what lies ahead in 2018, with a respectful nod to the past forging its tried-and-true mantra: these songs are bigger than any one member.
“Mitch Malloy is the lead singer of Great White. He’s an incredible singer, artist, songwriter and engineer,” lead guitarist, Mark Kendall said. “We’re beyond excited to stretch our musical muscles with a fresh, new take on Great White’s catalog of hits.”
That arsenal of songs include the Grammy nominated Best Hard Rock Performance hit, “Once Bitten, Twice Shy,” Great White has sold over 10 million albums worldwide, has six Top 100 Billboard hits, nine Top 200 Billboard albums, two platinum albums, and clocked the top of MTV four times.
Slaughter: 1990 Slaughter hit radio, MTV and the U.S. touring circuit like a tornado- coming seemingly out of nowhere to roll through everything in its path and turn it upside down. Touring the world with bands that they loved, Kiss, Ozzy, and others meant the good times were just a song away, and their first hit single, "Up All Night" certainly fit into that mold, their second chart-topper, "Fly to the Angels" was more representative of the spirituality and awareness that goes into most of the band's music and lyrics. But never were Slaughter more accurately represented that live onstage in front of their legions of devoted fans over the last ten years.