Hold onto your beards Phoenix, the sharp dressed men are coming back…and at this intimate venue you just might hear Dusty ask you to “Gimme all your lovin’” up close and personal. That’s right; ZZ Top is coming to Phoenix as announced in a recent press release. Making it even more exciting, they are playing the intimate Ovations LIVE! Showroom at the Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino, Sat., Dec. 8.
Tickets go on sale to the general public Mon., Oct. 29 and can be purchased online at WinGilaRiver.com, by phone at 877.840.0457 or by visiting the box office at Wild Horse Pass Hotel & Casino.
Tickets are priced from $60 – $200
A discount of up to $20 is available with a complimentary Player’s Club card.
This tour offers super fans the chance to purchase various VIP packages that include meet and greet opportunities with the band, autographs, personal photos and more. Check it out on their website events page. While the Phoenix show is not up as of publication time, keep checking back to their site for info on this show’s VIP availability.
ZZ Top is one of the most recognized bands of the past thirty years. Known for their blues-inspired Texas rock and of course, the chest length beards of two of its founding members, ZZ Top has sold over 50 million albums worldwide and is still making great music today. Mega hits including; “Tush,” “Sharp Dressed Man,” “Legs,” “Cheap Sunglasses” (one of my favorites) and “Gimme All Your Lovin’” gave rise to ZZ Top’s signature sound and propelled these rock icons to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and a top spot in the history of American rock.
But their story isn’t just as a “hits” touring band. ZZ Top has continued to make great music and their latest release—their first in nine years–La Futura has been referred to by critics and fans alike as among their best work yet. In fact Billy Gibbons, 62 and Dusty Hill, 63 will be heading across the pond to accept the Classic Living Legend award at Classic Rock Roll Of Honour 2012 at London’s Roundhouse on Tues., Nov. 13 – no slowing down for these rock legends who wil no doubt be rocking it for many more years to come.
This is truly a do-not-miss show. Make plans now and get your tickets before they are all gone—this one will sell out Phoenix.
The show begins at 8 p.m., doors open at 7