Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Tickets

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band Tickets
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4.8

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Amazing Concert!

BB&T Center - Sunrise

Bob Seger sounded as good as ever! Silver Bullet Band was phenomenal!

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Old Time Rock & Roll

BB&T Center - Sunrise

Seger is amazing! Seeing him in concert was on my bucket list for years, and he didn’t disappoint - the man is 100% rock star and I feel privileged to have attended his farewell tour.

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Bob Rolled Me Away

BB&T Center - Sunrise

With a two-hour performance, followed up with two encores, Bob Seger and his tight Silver Bullet Band played a fond farewell. It was all I had hoped for and more than I expected, as Seger and bandmates took us lovingly through hit after hit, as well as a few that were folded deep in the memory. The tribute to Glenn Frey and so many other artists who've left us lately was genuinely heartfelt. The fact that Bob was still having fun on stage made for a feel-great night!

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Awesome!!

Ford Center - Frisco

Bob gave a superior performance as usual. The venue not so good. Huge lines for beverages. Only one line to purchase merchandise. Outside was so confusing. Saw two elderly couples sent to end of line because something wrong with tickets.

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Concert Fantastic-Venue Sucks

Ford Center - Frisco

Seger performance was fantastic, voice was there and we rocked out for over two hours. Venue by Jerry Jones(Dallas Cowboys) was brutal. Parking horrendous(45minutes to get into garage) 30 minutes to get into stadium, 1 bar for patrons who purchased floor tickets(5bartenders for 3,000 people). 35 minutes to get a beer. Venue ran by amateurs. Never go to this venue again

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Bob was great

Tingley Coliseum - Albuquerque

Tingley was not great. Seats are too close together and uncomfortable

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Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band Awesome!

Ford Center - Frisco

Seger is unbelievable at 73. His band is out of this world. Show ranks in the top of all concerts I have been to. He came out at ten after 9. We got there at 7 so sitting two hours waiting on him to come out was tiring, He had an opening act that came out at 8 some country twang girl the band she had was louder than what she was singing, Could have lived without her. The Ford Center in Frisco I would never go to again for a concert. Floor seating means you get a folding chair that would be for a 5th grader. Very very small chairs. Many big men had to suffer through the concert b/c of this. I am a size 10 woman and I was squashed between two men. Nothing was nice about the floor seating. They cram a lot of chairs in that small to get the $$.

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Great concert! Venue can improve

Ford Center - Frisco

Bob Seger was great! The Ford Center needs to find a way to manage the crowd better, should not have to wait for 30 minutes in unorganized lines to get in. There need to be space added for sales of drinks and t-shirts. There are high school football arenas in the area that handles crowds better than this.....

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Bob Seger awesome

Ford Center - Frisco

Bob Seger was Awesome But our seats were awful. Showed to be beside stage but they were back stage. We could not see monitors. We are in fan club and bought tickets early. The seats were the worst in house.

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Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band-Frisco TX

Ford Center - Frisco

Bob Seger and his band were awesome and Bob gave it his all! Truly a classic rock roll event and very glad to see he "still has it" and we got to witness his final tour. The Ford Center in Frisco is not ideal for a rock concert. The lines were very long to get in, the concession stands ran out of beer. The separate beer line was very long and not equipped to handle this size of crowd and the servers were very slow. Leaving the concert was a disaster, there is only one entry out. It took us over 2.5 hours to get out of the Ford Center and how of the parking lot. While the concert and music was great, I along with my 5 friends that attended with me, will not be back!

Biography

Bob Seger in Concert

With one of the most recognizable voices in rock, Bob Seger has been laying down cool grooves and bluesy anthems since the 1960s. Born in Detroit in 1945 to a relatively absent musician father who worked for Ford, Seger grew up with the perfect cocktail for heartland rock: a mix of music, working-class values, and despair. Becoming entranced by the music of early crooners like Little Richard, Elvis Presley, and James Brown, Seger would start a Detroit-based rock band in ‘61 called The Decibels; after they broke up, he joined The Town Criers, who became popular for their covers of radio-friendly pop tunes. In ‘74, Seger formed The Silver Bullet Band, where he would find immense success. 1976's ‘"Live" Bullet' reached No. 34 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart, going Platinum the following year. Later in ‘76, Seger's LP ‘Night Moves' would send atomic waves across the country with charting singles like "Night Moves," "Mainstreet," and "Rock and Roll Never Forgets"; the album eventually went 6x Platinum. With his following album, the explosive and searing ‘Stranger in Town,' he had four charting singles and another 6x Platinum LP. 

Over the next 30 years, Seger would rack up the accolades he deserved while continuing to put out great rock albums. Though musicians came and went in his band lineup, Seger remained a stable anchor. 1986 saw a No. 2 charting track with "American Storm," and the following year he found his first No. 1 single in "Shakedown," which he wrote for ‘Beverly Hills Cop II.' In 1987, Seger and The Silver Bullet Band also got a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. Recent years have proved that Seger's here to stay: 2014's ‘Ride Out' was full of twangy, wheeling-and-dealing heartland rock, while 2017's ‘I Knew You When' bore a healthy dose of classic Bob Seger sentimentality.