Slaughter and KIX

Friday, July 19
Will Call: 5 p.m.
Doors Open: 6 p.m.
Concert Starts: 7 p.m.
Location: Grand Oak Ballroom
Tickets start at $25 for Dreamcatcher's Club® members. 

Get ready for a night of hard hitting, heart pounding music, as over 20 years of hard rock hits our stage. Don’t miss Slaughter and Kix on Friday, July 19 in the Grand Oak Ballroom.

Rising from the ashes of their former band, Slaughter was formed in 1988 in Las Vegas by Mark Slaughter and Dana Strum. By the early 1990’s, Slaughter was a well-known rock band in radio, MTV, and the U.S. touring circuit. Their first album, Stick it to Ya, reached double platinum status and spawned several fan favorite singles that hit the Billboard Hot 100, including: “Up All Night”, “Fly to the Angels”, and “Spend My Life”. After a 20 year career, loss of bandmates, countless concerts, and well-loved rock anthems still chanted by fans today, Slaughter has shown that with perseverance and sheer talent, a band can not only survive, but thrive; and they’re bringing this relentless Rock-n-roll attitude to our stage along with fellow rockers, Kix.

Kix was founded in 1978 in Maryland. Though often lumped in with bands that many consider to be glam metal or hair metal, the bands pop-metal stylings on the first KIX record drew inspiration from bubblegum pop and new-wave as well as hard rock. Their debut self-titled album, Kix, became an instant concert favorite featuring songs such as “Atomic Bombs” and “Yeah, Yeah, Yeah”. The tongue-in-cheek rock and roll style of Kix has surpassed similar bands of multiple generations. 

Join us on Friday, July 19 to witness these two legendary rock bands perform live! Tickets are on sale now starting at $25 for Dreamcatcher’s Club® members, available only at the Casino Cashier’s Cage, and starting at $30 for non-Dreamcatcher’s Club® members, available at the Casino Cashier’s Cage or online at JacksonCasino.com. Doors open at 6 p.m., and the show starts at 7 p.m. Cash Bar and food available for purchase.

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