The Poison concert tour in the United States in 2022 is a must-see event for any rock fan. The legendary band will be performing hits like “I Will Always Love You,” “Nothin’ But a Good Time,” and more. The tour will include stops in major cities across the country, and tickets are already going on sale. Poison has been around for over 25 years, and their music continues to be popular. People are excited to see Poison on tour because they know that it will be a wild party.
Poison Concert Tour in USA 2022
|30-June-22||Nashville, TN, US||Nissan Stadium|
|5-July-22||St Louis, MO, US||Busch Stadium|
|8-July-22||Chicago, IL, US||Wrigley Field|
|9-July-22||Pikeville, KY, US||Appalachian Wireless Arena|
|10-July-22||Detroit, MI, US||Comerica Park|
|12-July-22||Hershey, PA, US||Hersheypark Stadium|
|14-July-22||Cleveland, OH, US||FirstEnergy Stadium|
|15-July-22||Cincinnati, OH, US||Great American Ball Park|
|17-July-22||Milwaukee, WI, US||American Family Field|
|19-July-22||Kansas City, MO, US||Kauffman Stadium|
|21-July-22||Denver, CO, US||Coors Field|
|22-July-22||Council Bluffs, IA, US||Stir Concert Cove, Harrah’s Council Bluffs Casino & Hotel|
|5-Aug-22||Boston, MA, US||Fenway Park|
|8-Aug-22||Toronto, ON, Canada||Rogers Centre|
|10-Aug-22||Orchard Park, NY, US||Highmark Stadium|
|12-Aug-22||Pittsburgh, PA, US||PNC Park|
|14-Aug-22||Minneapolis, MN, US||U.S. Bank Stadium|
|16-Aug-22||Indianapolis, IN, US||Lucas Oil Stadium|
|19-Aug-22||Houston, TX, US||Minute Maid Park|
|21-Aug-22||San Antonio, TX, US||Alamodome|
|22-Aug-22||Arlington, TX, US||Choctaw Stadium|
|25-Aug-22||Glendale, AZ, US||State Farm Stadium|
|26-Aug-22||Rancho Mirage, CA, US||The Show – Agua Caliente Casino|
|27-Aug-22||Inglewood, CA, US||SoFi Stadium|
|28-Aug-22||San Diego, CA, US||Petco Park, San Diego, Ca|
|31-Aug-22||Seattle, WA, US||T-Mobile Park|
|2-Sept-22||Vancouver, BC, Canada||BC Place Stadium|
|4-Sept-22||Edmonton, AB, Canada||Commonwealth Stadium|
|7-Sept-22||San Francisco, CA, US||Oracle Park|
|9-Sept-22||Las Vegas, NV, US||Allegiant Stadium|
The live performances of Poison feature a rotating selection of songs, however the following is the most recent setlist that we have, which is from they choose to play :
- Look What The Cat Dragged In
- I Want Action
- Ride The Wind
- Talk Dirty To Me
- Something To Believe In
- Your Mama Don’t Dance
- Guitar Solo
- Fallen Angel
- Unskinny Bop
- Rikki Rockett Drum Solo
- Every Rose Has Its Thorn
- Nothin’ But A Good Time
- Rock And Roll All Nite (KISS Cover)
Poison formed in Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania, in 1983. Bret Michaels provides lead vocals and plays rhythm guitar with Rikki Rockett, Bobby Dall, and C.C. DeVille. The band sold over 50 million albums and 16 million records between the mid-1980s and mid-1990s.
“Talk Dirty to Me,” “I Won’t Forget You,” “Nothin’ but a Good Time,” “Fallen Angel,” “Your Mama Don’t Dance,” “Unskinny Bop,” “Something to Believe In,” “Ride the Wind,” and “Life Goes On” are among the band’s 1980s and 1990s top 40 songs. “Every Rose Has Its Own” may be the band’s best-known song. Look What the Cat Dragged In was certified platinum multiple times, and “Open Up and Say… Ahh!” was certified five times.
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Both are 1986 albums. Flesh & Blood was their best-selling and third multi-platinum album. In the 1990s, after the band’s debut live album, Swallow This Live, there were many lineup changes and the rise of grunge. Native Tongue, the band’s fourth studio album, was certified gold, while Greatest Hits: 1986–1996 received double platinum.
In 1999, the band’s original lineup was reassembled to perform live. The band released Crack a Smile… and More!, then Power to the People. In 2006, the band released The Best of Poison: 20 Years of Rock. The album and tour helped Poison return to Billboard’s top 20 for the first time since 1993. 2002 brought Hollyweird. Band members have been on reality TV shows and recorded solo albums. The band still records and tours after 30 years. They’ve released seven studio albums, four live albums, five compilation albums, and 28 singles since 1986. They topped VH1’s 2012 list of the “Top 5 ’80s Hair Bands.”
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Band Members of Poison
- Bret Michaels — lead vocals, rhythm guitar, harmonica (1983–present)
- Rikki Rockett has been playing the drums, percussion, and providing backing vocals since 1983.
- Bobby Dall is responsible for the bass, piano, and backup vocals since 1983.
- Lead guitar, backing vocals, and occasional lead vocals have been provided by C.C. DeVille from 1985 to 19911 and from 1996 till the present.
- Matt Smith was the lead guitarist and provided backing vocals from 1983 to 1985.
- Richie Kotzen – lead guitar, keyboards, piano, mandolin, dobro, backing vocals (1991–1993)
- 1993–1996: Lead guitar, keyboards, piano, and backing vocals with Blues Saraceno; also played keyboards.
- Will Doughty is responsible for the keyboards, piano, and backing vocals in the band since 2007.
Former Touring Musicians
- Jesse Bradman was responsible for the keyboards, the piano, and the backup vocals (1993-1994)
Sneak-Peak into Poison’s Show
In conclusion, the Poison Concerts Tour in 2022 is sure to be a great event for music lovers of all ages. The lineup of talented artists is sure to please everyone, and the venues are sure to provide an excellent experience for concertgoers. If you’re a fan of Poison or any of the other artists on the bill, don’t miss your chance to see them live in 2022!