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Bret Michaels, Tony Bennett, and Suicidal Tendencies announce Central Iowa shows

Three more big name concerts were announced over the last few days involving Bret Michaels, Tony Bennett, and Suicidal Tendencies. Here are all the details.

Bret Michaels.
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Tony Bennett returns to Des Moines on June 7.
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Poison lead singer, solo success, and reality star Bret Michaels will perform an outdoor concert at Terrible's Lakeside Casino in Osceola on May 24 at 7:30 p.m. The singer has had a #1 Hard Rock album as a solo artist and was a part of 5 platinum/multi-platinum albums with Poison. His latest solo album, Jammin' with Friends, came out last year. Expect Michaels to perform songs from Poison's catalog, as well as his solo works. Tickets to see the show went on sale today for $25 or $35 through the Casino and Red Truck Tickets. This will be a 21-and-over event.

Iconic pop and jazz crooner Tony Bennett will perform at the Des Moines Civic Center on June 7 at 8 p.m. Bennett is a 17-time Grammy winner, and he has 24 Top 40 hits. The "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" singer has charted albums in six different decades. Bennett released two live albums and a new compilation album in 2013. Tickets to see Bennett in concert will go on sale on Monday, March 31. Ticket prices should be announced in the next few days. Tony's daughter, Antonia Bennett, will open the show.

California metal band Suicidal Tendencies will play Wooly's in Des Moines on May 18 at 7 p.m. The group first gained popularity in 1988 with their single "Institutionalized". The Mike Muir-fronted band has broken up three times, but the latest version of the band released a new album last year entitled 13. Check out the band's 1992 hit "Nobody Hears" in the embedded video. Tickets for the show are $20 in advance and $22 at the door. They may be purchased at the venue or online through Ticketfly. No opening acts have been announced yet for this all ages event.

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