Hairball returns along with Kat Perkins to the Swiftel Center February 1
Brookings, S.D. (12/07/2018) – Are you ready to ROCK? Hairball rolls into the Swiftel Center February 1. The bombastic celebration of arena rock returns to Brookings for rockin’ night epitomizing the 1970s and 1980s with some of the decades’ most colorful rockers. Kicking off the concert will be Kat Perkins with her gritty rock ‘n roll vocals. Tickets for the February 1 concert go on sale Monday, December 10 at 10:00 a.m.
STOCKING STUFFER SAVINGS
Rock their stockings! Give the gift of rock with special Stocking Stuffer Savings. General admission tickets are only $17. Save $10 off the day-of-show pricing! Special savings price offered for a limited time only. The Stocking Stuffer promotion starts Monday, December 10 at 10:00a.m. through Thursday, December 13 at 10:00p.m. (Special promotion does not include VIP tickets.)
Upgrade to the new VIP ticket for maximum access to the best night of rock and roll. VIP ticket holders can party all night long with access to their own private VIP bar and beer station. The VIP section is located with direct access to the stage. VIP ticket holders have the benefit of a secured VIP area without having to fight the crowds. VIP tickets are $40; limited quantity.
Tickets are available at the Swiftel Center Box Office, charge by phone at 800.745.3000 or online at Ticketmaster.com. General admission tickets are $22 in advance and $27 day-of-show; VIP tickets are $40. $10 student ticket with a valid college ID.
Hairball is a tribute band with a twist, impersonating 70s and 80s band and lead singers right down to the pyrotechnics, lighting and costuming. The band prides themselves on nailing some of the most memorable licks and chops of all time, while adding their own style and flare that they've cultivated over decades of performing. The stage becomes an entirely new rock concert several times throughout the night. The main vocalists lead the band through a two-hour homage to some of the biggest arena acts in the world including: Ozzy Osbourne, Guns N' Roses, AC/DC, Van Halen, KISS, Motley Crue, Queen, Journey, Aerosmith, Twisted Sister and Bon Jovi.
A band puts on a concert - Hairball puts on an event! Hairball is a rock and roll experience you won't soon forget. The lights, sound, smoke, fire, and cheering crowds; to merely call it a concert would be like calling Mount Rushmore a roadside attraction!
Hairball performs every show as though it could be their last. Every night is a 100% full-on, no-holdsbarred, exciting, chaotic, fiery party that has to be experienced to be believed!
Vocalists Joe, Steve and Bobby lead the band through a 2+ hour, mind-blowing, and drop-dead accurate homage to some of the biggest arena acts in the world. The motor that drives the Hairball dragster consists of Freaky on the electric bass, Blake on the drums, and Happy on the lead guitar. Hairball is an experience, an attitude, and expression of music that isn't simply a retro flashback. It's a way of life!
ABOUT KAT PERKINS
Kat Perkins grew up in Scranton, North Dakota surrounded by a family of musicians and quickly knew at a young age that performing is what she wanted to make her life career. After seeking as many opportunities as she could, including spending several summers as a main act on the Medora Musical stage, Kat followed her undeniable drive and passion for performing and moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota to pursue music on a more professional scale. She quickly gained the attention of the local Twin Cities music scene by taking stages in the several projects and bands she formed over the years. The most successful being her rock band, Scarlet Haze, which went to open for Bon Jovi, amongst working with some of the music industry's most well-known acts.
After a hiatus from performing due to vocal surgery, Kat made a musical comeback in 2014 by auditioning and appearing on season 6 of NBC's The Voice. Kat turned 3 chairs during her blind audition, charted in the top 5 on iTunes several times with her stand-out performances on the show, and sailed to the finals with help from her coach, Adam Levine. Being on The Voice brought new platforms of success and opportunities Kat's way. She's since gone on an average of two military tours per year to perform for the troops overseas, sold out venues across America with a variety of themed performances and tours, and began going into schools to speak to students about following their dreams, living a Fearless life, and making a positive impact on the world. The praise Kat received from these presentations even led her to begin a nonprofit foundation, The Rising Star Foundation, providing scholarships and opportunity for aspiring musicians while also giving back to the local community.