ZZ Top and Cheap Trick Are
Set To Play
It's hard to believe, but that "little 'ol band from Texas" is celebrating their 50th Anniversary. Formed in 1969, but releasing their first album in 1971, ZZ Top has remained intact for 50 years. Billy Gibbons likes to say, "Same three chords, same three guys!"
The trio will be bringing their brand of Texas rock and blues to Jacobs Pavilion on September 21st. Fans can expect to hear all the hits including "La Grange," "Beer Drinkers & Hell Raisers," "Legs" and "Tush."
Fellow Hall of Fame inductees, Cheap Trick are set to open the show for this great double-bill. "Dream Police," "The Flame," "I Want You To Want Me" and "Surrender" are sure to be on the set list.
Tickets start at $76 and can be purchased here.