Jack Russell’s Great White at Legacy Hall
September 23, 2022 @ 6:00 pm
Jack Russell’s Great White will bare its teeth at Legacy Hall with the help of two more hard rock icons, Bulletboys and Kingdom Come.
Get ready to rock with the modern metallic monster that is Jack Russell’s Great White. They’re going all in with hits from their 60’s and 70’s roots all the way to modern favorites.
Bulletboys swept the rock world with nine mind-blowing studio albums and are best known for their mega hits “Smooth Up In Ya”, “For The Love Of Money” and “Kissin Kity”.
Kingdom Come has brought their blues-based hard rock on tour all over the world, and they’ve performed with other legends including Scorpions and Bon Jovi.
Before this epic show, grab dinner from nearly 20 eateries inside Legacy Hall and a pitcher of beer from the Garden Bar.
For an even more elevated experience, reserve a Balcony VIP Lounge [21+] and enjoy dedicated cocktail service, soft seating, and the best view of the stage.
**Tables are reserved as a unit. When you purchase a “Table for 6”, you are reserving all 6 seats at a table — so that one table ticket purchase will cover you, plus 5 of your guests.**
6:00 PM DOORS
6:30 PM SHOWTIME
Bulletboys’ hit “HARD AS A ROCK” debuted and became number one in rotation on MTV between 1988 and 1991. The band was featured on the certified double platinum soundtrack for Waynes World in 1992; Beerfest in 2006 and Hot Tub Time Machine in 2010. Bulletboys released their eighth album ELEFANTE’ in 2015 which featured the hit “SYMPHONY” and their ninth album FROM OUT OF THE SKIES in 2018. Currently, they are set to release a new single and follow up album with tour dates in Spring 2022.
ABOUT KINGDOM COME:
In 1988 their first single “Get It On” exploded at AOR radio, prompting their self-titled debut album Kingdom Come to ship gold and eventually sell over a million units. They released 2 more singles from the album, embarked on a sold-out European tour, and were invited to open for the North American Monsters of Rock Tour 1988. The festival was performed at stadiums across the United States in front of massive crowds. They later supported Scorpions on their North American “Savage Amusement” tour and performed in Japan with Bon Jovi and Ratt as well as their own headlining tour. In 1989, Kingdom Come released their second album In Your Face which sold over 500,000 copies.
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY
The Box Garden is an outdoor, uncovered venue. Please consider this along with our No Refund policy when purchasing an outdoor table. When severe weather conditions exist in close proximity to Legacy Hall, we may choose to delay a performance for an hour or more, before deciding to cancel or proceed. Guest safety is our primary concern. If weather conditions dictate, we may have to cancel a show. We encourage all Legacy Hall guests to dress for potential weather changes. Umbrellas are not admitted in the venue during concerts.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD & DRINKS
There are over 20 eateries and bars to choose from at Legacy Hall
No refunds will be issued.