The concert schedule continues to grow in central New York City.
Sebastian Bach will perform at The Vine at del Lago Resort & Casino in Waterloo on Saturday, September 25 at 8 p.m. ET. Tickets go on sale Friday July 23 at 10 am at dellagoresort.com; must be 21 or over to attend.
Bach, the voice of ’80s rock hits like “Youth Gone Wild” and “18 and Life”, celebrates the 30th anniversary of Skid Row’s second album, “Slave to the Grind”. He is also known for his solo music, appearances on television shows like “Gilmore Girls” and “Californication” and his acting roles on and off Broadway.
Other upcoming del Lago concerts include Grand Funk Railroad (August 6), Foghat (September 10), Steel Panther (September 16), Squeeze (September 17), Styx (October 2), Ludacris (October 15), Trace Adkins (October 16) and Paul Anka (November 20).
Alice cooper and Ace Frehley will perform at the Stanley Theater in Utica on Wednesday, September 22 at 7:30 pm Cooper’s hits include “School’s Out” and “No More Mr. Nice Guy,” while Frehley is best known for his work with KISS.
Tickets for Cooper and Frehley are on sale through Ticketmaster starting at $ 43.
The dead man theory arrives at Sharkey’s Bar and Grill in Liverpool on September 4th. Tickets for the rock band, known for “Bad Girlfriend” and “Hate My Life,” start at $ 28.
Other upcoming shows at Sharkey’s Event Center include Struggle Jennings on July 20, .38 Special on July 29, Tommy Vext (of Bad Wolves) on August 27, and Buckcherry on September 15.
Humorist Tom segura will perform several shows in upstate New York, including the Kleinhans Music Hall in Buffalo on February 20, the Kodak Center for Performing Arts in Rochester on February 22, the State Theater of Ithaca on February 23, and the Palace Theater in Albany February 24. Tickets for Ithaca start at $ 39.
And Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue will perform at MLK Jr. Park in Manhattan Square in Rochester on Saturday, September 4. Gov’t Mule will open the show. Tickets are on sale at RochesterEvents.com and CCTix.com.
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