Steel Panther extend UK tour
Updated: 22 September 2014
Steel Panther are taking the party to Newcastle and Leicester with two new shows added to their spring 2015 tour of the UK.
The glam rockers will now play the O2 Academy Newcastle (10) and O2 Academy Leicester (13) during their March tour.
Their seven-date tour will start with a duo of shows at the Manchester Apollo on 6 and 7 March and include concerts in Glasgow and Wolverhampton.
Steel Panther’s tour will end with a final, massive show on 14 March 2015 at London’s Wembley Arena. Get ready to Party Like Tomorrow is the End of the World with tickets to see Steel Panther now on sale.
Steel Panther tickets
Updated: 17 June 2014
The glam-metal rockers who hail from LA will make their UK return in March 2015 playing a four-date tour.
Steel Panther’s tour will start on 6 March 2015 at the Manchester Apollo and continue with dates in Glasgow and Wolverhampton. The four-date tour ends with a huge show at London’s Wembley Arena on 14 March 2015.
The Steel Panther UK tour will include support for the welsh rockers Skindred.
About Steel Panther
Steel Panther are the glam-rock, heavy metal, 1980s parody, profane and hilarious band from L.A. They are known for the tracks Death To All But Metal, Community Property and Party Like Tomorrow Is The End Of The World.
The band bagged the Best Debut award for Feel The Steel (2009) at the Matal Hammer awards, which was their first major label debut. They then went on to take home the Live Act of the Year award in 2012 and 2013 at the Loudwire Music Awards.
Steel Panther, who is Michael Starr, Satchel, Lexxi Fox and Stix Zadinia, first formed in 2000 under the name Metal Skool. They gained popularity on the Sunset Strip, like the 80’s metal bands before them, before changing their name to Steel Panther in 2008.
With the name change came a record deal with Republic Records and they soon released Feel The Steel in 2009. The album contained some of their most well-known hits including Community Property and Death To All But Metal.
In the following years Steel Panther released their follow-up, Balls Out (2011), joined Def Leppard and Motley Crue on their UK arena Mirrorball tour and opened for Guns N’ Roses at the Forum in Los Angeles.
Their success and popularity grew with Steel Panther tickets selling out for their 2012 UK tour. Steel Panther also performed at Download Festival during 2012 where they performed to over 100,000 people.
Steel Panther followed-up their 2011 release with All You Can Eat in 2014 along with a European tour. The Steel Panther tour was titled Spreading The Disease (S.T.D.) and included dates in the UK during February and March 2014.