ALL SHOWS ARE RAIN OR SHINE
SHOW SCHEDULE: (Subject to change without notice)
Shuttle service begins from the Carilion Riverwalk Parking Garage at 5:45pm.
Gates Open at 6pm
Opening band plays from 6:15pm-7:30pm
Tribute Act plays around 7:45pm-9:45pm
TIMES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE
Kids 12 and under are FREE in general admission areas only and do not require a ticket.
All food and beverage sales are CASH ONLY. We do have an ATM machine on site.
Outside food and beverages are NOT permitted.
We do have an enforced designated smoking area at the venue.
PARKING: Please park at the Carilion Riverwalk Garage (beside Honeytree) and ride the FREE shuttle. It’s a very short ride that delivers you right to the front gate! You will see directional signage on South Jefferson when you get close.
At a Shot of Poison performance, expect a party atmosphere, an introductory video, spot-on costumes and musical performances, great sound and lighting, accompanying video presentation, stage props, special effects, a "rose ceremony," lots of audience interaction including sing-alongs, and a theatrical, highly visual performance of Poison classics with energy to spare.
Poison owes its continuing popularity in part to lead vocalist Bret Michaels, who became a pop-culture icon for a second time in the 2000s with several of his own reality TV series on VH1, plus NBC's Celebrity Apprentice, a solo recording career, appearances on numerous talk shows, even a spot on American Idol. "Poison" has thus remained a household name for thirty years, with Bret Michaels known to most Americans between the ages of 25 and 60.
Shot of Poison's members have amazing rock & roll credits, know their stuff, and promise to bring a full-on party with every show full of the fun atmosphere of Poison's rowdy, arena-rock exploits, with the music done right, and the imagery that so many have grown up with and loved. A portion of the proceeds from all Shot of Poison merchandise sales is donated to the Bret Michaels Life Rocks Foundation to benefit childhood cancer and diabetes, homeless individuals, veterans' causes, disaster relief, animal welfare, and more.