Steel Panther announce new dates throughout US for ‘On The Prowl World Tour’

Steel Panther announce new dates throughout US for ‘On The Prowl World Tour’

Steel Panther consisting of frontman Michael Starr, guitarist Satchel, drummer Stix Zadinia and bassist Spyder are continuing to tour behind their latest studio album On The Prowl and the group has just announced some new dates for their On The Prowl World Tour throughout the United States of America.

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

“NEW DATES ANNOUNCED!! We’ve got the heavy metal party you’re looking for this summer with new U.S. #OnTheProwl World Tour dates this July + August!! Steel Panther Fans + VIP Package pre-sale kicks off tomorrow at 10AM local, tickets on sale FRIDAY!!

NEW On The Prowl World Tour 2023 Dates:

7/13/23 – Huntington, NY – The Paramount
7/14/23 – Atlantic City, NJ – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino’s Sound Waves Theater
7/15/23 – Saylorsburg, PA – Sherman Theater Community Concert Stage
7/16/23 – Mashantucket, CT – Great Cedar Showroom at Foxwoods
7/18/23 – Dewey Beach, DE – Bottle & Cork
7/20/23 – Richmond, VA – The National
7/21/23 – Roanoke, VA – Dr Pepper Park
7/22/23 – Norfolk, VA – The NorVa
7/24/23 – Asheville, NC – Orange Peel
7/25/23 – Charleston, SC – Music Farm
7/26/23 – Jacksonville, FL – Underbelly
7/28/23 – Destin, FL – Club LA
7/29/23 – Huntsville, AL – Mars Music Hall
7/30/23 – New Orleans, LA – House of Blues
8/1/23 – Fayetteville, AR – JJ’s Live
8/2/23 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom
8/3/23 – Ottumwa, IA – Bridge View Center
8/5/23 – Sturgis, SD – Buffalo Chip
8/11/23 – Ventura, CA – Ventura Theater
8/12/23 – Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues
8/18/23 – Tucson, AZ – Rialto Theatre
8/19/23 – Las Vegas, NV – House of Blues”

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Steel Panther‘s concert at History in Toronto, Ontario, Canada in mid-November 2022:

“Before long, it was time for what I consider to be one of the best live bands — and really one of the best bands period — to take the stage. As previously mentioned, this would be my first time seeing Steel Panther perform without bassist Lexxi Foxx in the line-up. I was intrigued to see how new bassist Spyder would fit it during a live performance. How would it fit within Steel Panther’s overall comedy routine? As it turns out, having a new bassist did not alter Steel Panther‘s live formula one iota. As usual, Steel Panther played two songs right off the bat, this time going with “Goin’ In The Backdoor” as the opener along with a familiar opening track “Tomorrow Night”, before finishing the second song with a big protracted ending. The comedy routine was up next which included the introduction of each band member. Although there’s no question that many of the jokes are quite cheesy and even repeated from one show to the next, and one year to the next, hearing Satchel and Michael Starr banter back and forth between themselves always brings a smile to my face and sometimes, just outright laughter.

Although it felt like I had heard all of the songs played by Steel Panther many times before in a live setting — with the exception of the new single “Never Too Late (To Get Some Pussy Tonight”) — the reality is that only seven songs from the current setlist were played the last time that the band played in Toronto in 2019. What Steel Panther do really well is play their obligatory most well known songs (such as “Death To All But Metal”, “17 Girls In A Row”, “Community Property” and “Gloryhole”) at each concert and rotate their other stronger songs (such as “Tomorrow Night”, “Weenie Ride” and even now “Just Like Tiger Woods”) from one year to the next. Not surprisingly, the newer songs “All I Wanna Do Is Fuck (Myself Tonight)” and “Never Too Late (To Get Some Pussy Tonight)” went down quite well live since they are easy to sing along to.”

Steel Panther performing “Gloryhole” live at History in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on November 10, 2022 (video from Heavy Fraga‘s YouTube page):