Bret Michaels Shares Future Plans For Poison
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Poison frontman, Bret Michaels, made a recent guesting in Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk. He was then interviewed and the singer shared his future plans for the band as well.
Fans have been waiting for Mötley Crüe and Def Leppard’s The Stadium Tour that was set a long time ago. However, the tour keeps on being rescheduled due to the global pandemic.
It is a tour wherein Poison, together with Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, will serve as special guests. Supposedly, it will take place in the summer of 2020, but they postponed it to 2021 and then 2022 due to worldwide health restrictions.
Michaels revealed his future plans, other than the ongoing Stadium tour to Eddie Trunk during the interview. He plans to embark on the ‘Party Gras’ tour in 2023. He said:
“With everything going on in the world, we didn’t know if The Stadium Tour would go ahead in 2022. I prayed every day, like, ‘I hope this goes. I’ve been waiting since ’20.’ First words out of my mouth, besides thanking the fans, the bands, and the crew, I go, ‘I’ve been waiting for two, almost three years for this,’ since we announced ‘The Stadium Tour.’
“But for me, we were going todo the ‘Party Gras’ tour this year. I put together something incredible, and we’re going to launch that in ’23.”
The Party Gras tour as pictured by Michaels would be:
“an incredible amphitheater tour that’s just going to be — I think it’s going to be insane and going to be the ‘all thriller, no filler’ summer party.”