REO Speedwagon On-Ice Passes
Milwaukee, WI— Milwaukee Admirals President Jon Greenberg announced today that a limited number of exclusive general admission on-ice passes, for the REO Speedwagon concert following the team’s 7:30 pm game (changed from 7:00 pm start) on Saturday, February 16 at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, will go on sale today. The on-ice passes allow fans unique access to watch the concert from ice level directly in front of the stage.
The REO Speedwagon concert is free with a game ticket and fans may purchase on-ice passes for an additional $20 at the Admirals office (510 W. Kilbourn Ave.), the BMO Harris Bradley Center Box Office, Ticketmaster, or by phone at (414) 227-0550. Fans must have a ticket for the game to gain entry into the BMO Harris Bradley Center for both the game and the concert. REO Speedwagon will take the stage approximately 30 minutes after the Admirals-Checkers game.
REO Speedwagon has been recording hits and playing to sold-out arenas since the 1970s. They have released over 15 studio albums and 20 compilation albums and have seen countless singles hit the top-40. Their most successful album, Hi Infidelity, was released in 1980 and featured singles “Take It On The Run” and “Keep On Loving You.” The record spent an amazing 65 weeks on the charts, including 32 weeks in the Top Ten and 15 weeks at Number One.
REO followed Hi Infidelity up with albums Good Trouble in 1982 and Wheels Are Turnin’ in 1984, both of which were commercial hits and cracked the Top Ten on the charts. “Can’t Fight this Feeling,” the second single released on Wheels, made it to the top of the Billboard Top 100 in March of 1985.
The band is currently comprised of lead singer Kevin Cronin, keyboard player Neal Doughty, who is an original member of the band, bass player Bruce Hall, drummer Bryan Hitt, and lead Guitarist Dave Amato. REO has spent the last few years touring with other classic rock bands such as Journey, Styx, Foreigner, and Fleetwood Mac.
REO is no stranger to the Admirals Concert Series as the also played following an Ads game on March 2, 2007.
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