7:30 PM | Kresge Auditorium at Interlochen Center for the Arts | Interlochen MI
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7:00 PM | Lauridsen Amphitheater at Water Works Park | Des Moines IA
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8:00 PM | Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds | Chippewa Falls WI
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An Evening of Music & Wine with Styx
7:30 PM | California Mid-state Fair Grounds | Paso Robles CA
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With over forty years of music, Styx is both legendary and current superstars. Cheap Styx tickets sell out fast to fans desperate to hear their classics and experience their new music, so pick up yours today before they all disappear!
From Frat Parties to Superstar Status
The seed of Styx began in Chicago, when brothers Chuck and John Panozzo joined neighbor Dennis DeYoung in the band's first iteration. The band played together for years, mixing up the lineup while playing at high school and frat parties, before they finally attracted the attention of a label. Styx released their debut album in 1972, followed by almost an album a year for the rest of the 70s. Their first few albums, featuring a hard rock sound with artful embellishments, built them a local Chicago fan base. It was The Grand Illusion, released in 1977, that sent them skyrocketing to success. Their 1983 rock opera Kilroy Was Here showcased their imaginative and theatrical sides, with a bombastic live show to support the concept album's narrative. However, creative differences in the band reached a head, and in 1984 Styx split up. Reuniting briefly in the early 1990s, Styx suffered a crisis again when they were dropped by their label. It wasn't until 1995 that Styx reunited, renewed with inspiration. They released a new album in 1999, Brave New World, kicking off a new era of rock. Since their reunion the band has released several albums and gone on tour with other stars including REO Speedwagon and Def Leppard.
Fans will relish the chance to see these musical demigods live. Snag your cheap Styx tickets here for a full-throttle evening of rock!
Did You Know These Styx Facts?
- The three original members of the band were teachers. Dennis DeYoung, Chuck Panozzo and John Curulewski taught music or art.
- They got their name after the mythological river of Styx that flows to the underworld, and it was the only name suggested to the group that everyone liked.
- Their album “Kilroy Was Here” was recorded using solar-powered equipment.
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- Jun 16 - Atlanta, GA - Fabulous Fox Theatre - Atlanta
- Jun 17 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
- Jun 18 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium
- Jul 6 - Sylvania, OH - Centennial Terrace
- Jul 7 - Milwaukee, WI - BMO Harris Pavilion
- Jul 8 - Bay City, MI - State Theatre - Bay City
- Jul 11 - Aurora, IL - RiverEdge Park
- Jul 12 - Interlochen, MI - Kresge Auditorium at Interlochen Center for the Arts
- Jul 14 - Des Moines, IA - Lauridsen Amphitheater at Water Works Park
- Jul 15 - Chippewa Falls, WI - Northern Wisconsin State Fairgrounds
- Jul 27 - Costa Mesa, CA - Pacific Amphitheatre
- Jul 28 - Paso Robles, CA - California Mid-state Fair Grounds
- Jul 29 - Lincoln, CA - The Venue At Thunder Valley Casino
- Aug 2 - Columbus, OH - Celeste Center