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JACKYL

  June 28, 2024 8:00 PM

Doors Open: 6:30 PM
TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
ADVANCED: $27.50
VIP TABLE SEATING - ADVANCED PURCHASE: $55.00
BALCONY SEATED (GA-SEAT NOT ASSIGNED): $75.00

TICKET SALE DATES
ADVANCED / VIP TABLE SEATING - ADVANCED PURCHASE / BALCONY SEATED (GA-SEAT NOT ASSIGNED) Public Onsale: March 7, 2024 10:00 AM to June 28, 2024 9:00 PM



PREFFERED TABLE SEATING AVAILABLE - VERY LIMITED QUANITY - (MUST BE PURCHASED IN QUANTITIES OF 4)

Balcony Seating 

Advanced - General Admission - $27.50 (EARLY BIRD PRICING!!! Price will increase closer to show date)

**Only table and balcony tickets have guaranteed seats**

21+ ONLY

 

On August 11, 1992, Jackyl released their debut album on Geffen Records. It was the middle of Grunge, but Jackyl’s loud, proud and unapologetic rock songs, produced by Brendan O’Brien (Stone Temple Pilots, AC/DC), earned the LP double-platinum status. (And helped land the band a scene-stealing spot on Woodstock ’94.) Videos for the singles "The Lumberjack" (with Jesse James Dupree performing his iconic chainsaw solo), "I Stand Alone,” "Down On Me," "Dirty Little Mind," "When Will It Rain" and "Back Off Brother" earned rave reviews and rabid fans for the band’s no-holds-barred energy and lyrics.  

On August 11, 2022—30 years to the day of Jackyl’s debut—the lineup plays Sturgis, South Dakota’s Full Throttle Saloon, in a raucous celebration of the lineup’s 30th anniversary that also marks the debut of the quartet’s brand-new album, Jackyl 30 Coming In Hot and first single, “Get All Up In It.”  

“Jeff, Chris and Roman coming down on the ‘one’ together is still a force of nature,” says Dupree. “Thirty years together and I feel we’ve found an honest place about our new music, our fans and us as a band, on and offstage.”

Jackyl 30 Coming In Hot, which also includes the new tunes “Bad Decision” and “Another Round (Coming in Hot)” is only the latest highpoint of the Southern-bred band’s career. From the get-go, Jackyl were unafraid to stand up for free speech; their “I Stand Alone” video featured the band performing in front of a K-Mart as a protest for the store refusing to sell their album.  Other bold moves? Dupree entered a Longhorn Steakhouse with a chainsaw to “surprise” a group of influential radio programmers. That generated a class-action lawsuit that reportedly cost the band more than $1 million.

Number of Tickets
Limit 99 tickets per order.


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