Bret Michaels Gets Massive Support With Don Felder, Dee Snider and Lou Gramm For 2024 Tour
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Bret Michaels is getting ready for another fun-filled summer tour, called Parti-Gras 2.0, following the success of last year’s shows.
This year’s lineup promises to be packed with hit songs, featuring Michaels himself, along with Dee Snider from Twisted Sister, Lou Gramm, the former singer of Foreigner, and Don Felder, known for his work with the Eagles. Country singer Chris Janson, who collaborated with Michaels on CMT Crossroads, will also be part of the lineup.
Michaels is excited about the bond between the performers and the timeless appeal of their music. The concert is designed to keep audiences entertained with non-stop hits from each act.
The concert lineup will start with Don Felder playing Eagles classics, followed by Dee Snider’s lively performance and Lou Gramm’s famous Foreigner songs. Towards the end of the night, all the artists will come together for joint performances, creating a festive atmosphere for fans and musicians alike.
In addition to the music, this year’s Parti-Gras will include party beads, bandanas, and on-stage contests to add to the party vibe. Michaels even shared a tip for creating the right ambiance at the shows, mentioning a creative use of coconut rum to give a tropical scent.
Unlike last year, Michaels isn’t releasing new music for this tour. He’s focusing on delivering hit after hit to ensure everyone has a great time.
Looking ahead, Michaels hinted at potential future plans with Poison, suggesting a reunion in 2025 following their successful run on the 2022 Stadium Tour.
Tickets for Parti-Gras 2.0 will go on sale starting February 16, with pre-sale options and VIP packages available through BretMichaels.com. Check below for the full list of tour dates:
July 12: Noblesville, IN @ Ruoff Music Center
July 13: Burgettstown, PA @ Pavilion at Star Lake
August 3: Atlanta, GA @ Ameris Amphitheatre
August 23: Detroit, MI @ Pine Knob
August 30: Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center
August 31: Gilford, NH @ Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion