Why shouldn’t Bob Seger tour? Just because he’s been eligible for Social Security for a few years now doesn’t mean the Detroit rock legend can’t deliver. While some Baby Boomers may be having trouble remembering where they put the car keys, Rock and Roll Never Forgets.
The next wave of tickets for the hot 2011 tour by Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band go on sale at 10 a.m. tomorrow, Saturday, February 26 for the Toronto, Atlantic City, Atlanta and Nashville events.
Seats are still available for the Cincinnati and Cleveland concerts April 5 and 7. Future dates are listed on the official Bob Seger site; still nothing announced for the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s hometown.
If you want a better shot at buying tickets in advance of the general public, pay $29 for annual membership in the Silver Bullet Club. You’ll get to jump the line for tickets and receive a Seger T-shirt, choice of albums, and other goodies. The offer has expired for tomorrow’s sale, but you can still sign on for those concerts that open up on March 3 and beyond.
Enter to win tickets to the sold out April 2 concert at the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids from that city’s rock station WBFX 101.3 FM.
Remember, you can’t win if you don’t enter.
And I think I’d better check the freezer for those keys.