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Chickenfoot Ready For The Road

10:01 AM Tuesday 2/21/12 | |

The super-group consisting of Sammy Hagar, Joe Satriani, Kenny Aronoff and Michael Anthony has some serious roadwork ahead in the form of a tour launching during the first week of May.

  • Chickenfoot

    Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, Colo.
    September 11, 2009

    (Rod Tanaka / TanakaPhoto.net)

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With two albums under its feathers – the 2009 self-titled debut and 2011’s Chickenfoot III – Chickenfoot takes to the highway beginning in Stateline, Nevada, near Lake Tahoe at Harrah’s Hotel & Casino May 4-5. Other stops include Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium May 9; Chicago at the Chicago Theatre May 12; Boston’s Orpheum Theatre May 16; New York City at the Beacon Theatre May 21; Seattle at WaMu Theater June 6 and Los Angeles at the Greek Theatre June 10.

Black Stone Cherry supports.

The band is once again partnering with Feeding America and will make donations to local food banks in each market.

Presale and onsale dates to be announced. VIP packages to include meet-and-greets, early entry and exclusive tour gifts. Head on over to Chickenfoot.us for more information.


Comments

  1. www.iamvipshopper.com wrote:

    04:27 AM, Feb 24, 2012

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  2. clapton7 wrote:

    02:50 PM, Feb 22, 2012

    I hope they come to Dallas on this tour later. I guess I could see the Winstar show, but I'd prefer them play right here in Dallas at some point.

  3. jenningsmusic wrote:

    11:02 AM, Feb 22, 2012

    I have not seen Chickenfoot live yet (I have seen Sammy many times, Van Halen and Satriani before) but I have seen Black Stone Cherry and the guys could not have a better opener than BSC! It's going to be an amazing show!

  4. KingTiki wrote:

    01:25 PM, Feb 21, 2012

             congrats to the guys...they are the working guys in rock...   have a great tour....



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