Steel Panther announce dates for ‘Res-Erections’ Canadian Tour 2022
Steel Panther featuring lead vocalist Michael Starr, guitarist Satchel and drummer Stix Zadinia will be returning to play some live shows in Canada for the first time since 2019.
Steel Panther‘s press release indicates:
“It has been ages since we have been in you Canada. We can’t wait to bring the Res-Erections tour to our neighbors in the North. Get ready for a party like you have never seen from us before and a night we know neither of us will ever forget!
Fanther Exclusive pre-sale starts June 8th at 10am local and the public onsale starts Friday June 10th at 10am local.
Oct 28: Calgary, AB – Grey Eagle Casino – Tickets
Oct 29: Edmonton, AB – River Cree Entertainment Centre – Tickets
Oct 30: Grand Prairie, AB – The Bowes at Bonnetts Energy Centre – Tickets
Nov 1: Saskatoon, SK – The Coors Event Centre – Tickets
Nov 3: Regina, SK – Casino Regina Show Lounge – Tickets
Nov 4: Winnipeg, MB – Burton Cummings Theatre – Tickets
Nov 5: Minot, ND – The Original Bar & Grill * – Tickets
Nov 7: Green Bay, WI -EPIC Event Center – Tickets
Nov 9: London, ON – London Music Hall – Tickets
Nov 10: Toronto, ON – History – Tickets
Nov 11: Ottawa, ON – Algonquin Commons Theatre – Tickets
Nov 12: Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre – Tickets
with Black Stone Cherry, except *”
Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Steel Panther‘s last tour stop in Toronto which dates back all the way to December 2019: “I laughed — a lot. I smiled throughout. I sung along to most of the lyrics. I raised my fists in the air too many times to remember. I clapped my hands. I waved my hands along with the rest of the crowd. I got one of Lexxi Foxx‘s bass picks. I simply had a fantastic time at my 12th Steel Panther concert. I love that Steel Panther consistency and continually tour, and every year, it seems that I am able to catch them two times live within a one-hour radius of Toronto. This year was no exception as Steel Panther hit the city of Barrie (about one hour north of Toronto) back in mid-June and returned to play Rebel (previously known as Sound Academy), which is apparently their favourite Toronto venue.”