Bret Michaels Reveals Poison Won’t Hit The Road Until 2025
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In exciting news for fans of the iconic rock band Poison, Bret Michaels recently revealed some thrilling updates about the band’s upcoming plans. During a candid conversation on SiriusXM’s “Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk,” the charismatic lead singer shared the band’s touring schedule and what enthusiasts can expect in the coming years.
Poison enthusiasts might need to exercise some patience because the band won’t be hitting the road again until 2025, following their participation in “The Stadium Tour.”
Michaels shed light on the decision, saying,
“I’ve been waiting for two, almost three years for this since we announced ‘The Stadium Tour.’”
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Michaels also unveiled exciting details about their upcoming venture, the “Party Gras” tour, set to launch in 2023.
He expressed his enthusiasm for the new tour, stating,
“It’s gonna be the ‘all thriller, no filler’ summer party. And you’ll know what I mean when it hits the stage. It’s really an exciting idea.”
The singer explained that the delay in touring was due to uncertainties surrounding the global situation, emphasizing that he had eagerly anticipated the “Party Gras” tour.
His energy and anticipation for the upcoming events were palpable as he described the tour as an “incredible amphitheater tour,” promising an unforgettable experience for fans.
Although fans might have to wait a little longer to see Poison live again, Michaels’ announcement has undoubtedly sparked excitement for what’s to come. With the promise of an exhilarating summer party and a unique concert experience, the anticipation for the “Party Gras” tour is now higher than ever. As Poison continues to captivate audiences worldwide, the future looks incredibly promising for fans of this legendary rock band.