Remember when, not long ago, we were all almost handcuffed, stuck at home dealing with a city, a country, that basically shut down during COVID?

Well, we became what I like to think of as resilient, once live shows began again, we didn't skip a beat, and slowly returned to the venues as all the cool concerts came flooding back. Remember when Foreigner was finally able to make it to the Bismarck Event Center back on June 26th of 2021? After having to reschedule their show just a few months earlier, I stood outside and watched so many excited people pumped up and entering the Event Center with one thing in mind - LIVE ENTERTAINMENT!

Nobody does it better than the Bismarck Event Center

From enormous comedy acts like Jeff Dunham ( and company :) on October 4th, to the extremely popular funnyman Bert Kreischer we saw here last March - Every time I hear of a major concert announcement coming, from the Bismarck Event Center I get excited  - AND this ONE IS huge: Two talented bands coming together and bringing it to us here in Bismarck - Just announced this morning, from the Bismarck Event Center Facebook Page:


ANNOUNCEMENT: #PepperPresents Theory of a Deadman & Skillet Music Rock Resurrection Tour at Bismarck Event Center on Wednesday, November 8 with special guest Saint Asonia!

Pre-Sale: Thursday, 6/15 10 AM - 10 PM
On-Sale: Friday, 6/16 at 10 AM
THEORY OF A DEADMAN + SKILLET = Equals one fantastic show.
Some quick Highlites about both of these bands:
Theory Of A Deadman has been rocking since 1999 - Wikipedia describes them as such:

Skillet is an American Christian rock band formed in Memphis, Tennessee, in 1996.

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