October, 2 2023 | 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
325 Park Central East Springfield, MO 65806
$79.50-249.00 before fees
The Historic Gillioz Theatre Presents:
An Evening with Cheap Trick – Fall 2023 Headlining Tour
October 2nd, 2023
-Artist presale will take place Wednesday, July 12th at 10am – July 13th at 10pm.
-VIP on sale July 12th at 10am!
-MAMMOTH presale will take place on Thursday, July 13th from 10am-10pm.
-26 Club member presale will take place on Thursday, July 13th from 10am-10pm.
Public on sale will take place on Friday, July 14th at 10am.
“Since their first album in 1977, Cheap Trick has consistently put out perfectly polished power-pop and hard rock gems, and that tradition continues on In Another World…All we can do is be thankful for the longevity and endless creativity of the quartet from Rockford, Illinois.”
– Associated Press
“Cheap Trick, now celebrating 47 years together, sound as inspired on In Another World as on 1977’s still fresh debut…The album displays the Tricksters cranking out another 45 minutes of crackling rock and roll that belies the members’ age, extensive backstory along with a work ethic doesn’t show any signs of slowing down now.”
– American Songwriter
Cheap Trick are an indisputable American institution, beloved around the globe since 1974 for their instantly identifiable, hugely influential, brand of pop rock ‘n’ roll. The band – Robin Zander (vocals, rhythm guitar), Rick Nielsen (lead guitar), Tom Petersson (bass guitar), and Daxx Nielsen (drums) – are true pioneers with an unparalleled streak of certifiably classic tunes, from “He’s A Whore,” “California Man” and “Dream Police” to “Surrender” and “I Want You To Want Me.”
2016 saw Cheap Trick’s long-awaited induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. The induction honored both the band and the pioneering sound that has earned them total record sales well in excess of 20 million featured appearances and more than 40 international gold and platinum certifications. Cheap Trick closed the 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony with a show-stealing performance that prompted Rolling Stone to rave, “Their smoking three-song set (was) played to perfection, with Zander hitting all the notes he hit at Budokan back in 1978.”