Steel Panther announce Canadian dates for their ‘On The Prowl World Tour’

Steel Panther announce Canadian dates for their ‘On The Prowl World Tour’

Steel Panther consisting of frontman Michael Starr, guitarist Satchel, drummer Stix Zadinia and bassist Spyder have announced Canadian dates for their On The Prowl World Tour, which will see them going from one coast to another.

The following message was posted on Steel Panther‘s Facebook page earlier today:

“O, Canada!! Your September just got a whole lot more METAL!! The On The Prowl World Tour is headed to the Great White North and going coast to coast this Fall!! Steel Panther Fans pre-sale + early access to VIP Experiences kick off TODAY at 12PM ET! Tickets on sale FRIDAY!!

On The Prowl World Tour | Canadian Dates

9.6 – Halifax, NS @ Marquee Ballroom
9.7 – Moncton, NB @ Casino New Brunswick
9.9 – Montreal, QC @ MTelus
9.10 – Quebec City, QC @ Theatre Capitole
9.12 – Peterborough, ON @ The Venue
9.13 – London, ON @ London Music Hall
9.14 – Toronto, ON @ History
9.16 – Ottawa, ON @ Bronson Centre
9.17 – Sudbury, ON @ The Grand
9.19 – Thunder Bay, ON @ NV Music Hall
9.20 – Winnipeg, MB @ Burton Cummings Theatre
9.21 – Regina, SK @ Casino Regina
9.22 – Calgary, AB @ The Palace Theatre
9.24 – Edmonton, AB @ Union Hall
9.26 – Dawson Creek, BC @ Ovintiv Events Centre
9.27 – Prince George, BC @ CN Centre
9.28 – Penticton, BC @ Penticton Trade Convention Centre
9.30 – Billings, MT @ Pub Station
10.2 – Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory”

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in one of its two reviews of On The Prowl: “Overall, Steel Panther have put out an album with On The Prowl that I think can hold up quite nicely to their first two brilliant albums Feel The Steel (2009) and Balls Out (2011) and that is head and shoulders above their last one Heavy Metal Rules (2019). I think the only real issue on whether On The Prowl gets the recognition that it deserves is that Steel Panther — just like any ’80s legacy act — now have to contend with their fans’ emotional attachment to their older tracks. When you’ve heard a song such as “Community Property” 10 to 15 times in a live setting (I lose count of how many times that I have seen Steel Panther play live) plus countless times on the album Feel The Steel and various live YouTube videos, that song likely achieves a certain magnitude in the mind of many of the group’s fans that is tough to beat with a new song. That being said, I am confident that if people give On The Prowl a real chance, it will eventually be looked upon as one of the best albums that Steel Panther have ever come up with.”

Steel Panther’s “1987” video (from On The Prowl album):