Bret Michaels Is Sure Poison Will Tour Again And Even Has A Date In Mind

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Bret Michaels recently divulged during an engaging dialogue on SiriusXM’s Trunk Nation With Eddie Trunk that Poison is contemplating embarking on a new journey, envisaging a tour that might mirror the triumphs of their 2022 Stadium Tour.

In response to inquiries about his ambitions to traverse the concert circuits with Poison once more, potentially accompanied by a quartet or duo of other renowned bands akin to the 2022 The Stadium Tour, he asserted:

“Indubitably, a hundredfold. My gratitude for re-entering the arena is boundless. Sharing stages with luminaries like Mötley [Crüe], [Def] Leppard, and Joan [Jett], I wholeheartedly envision such spectacles recurring.”

Peering into the future, Michaels pinpointed 2025 or 2026 as the epoch when Poison intends to inaugurate a tour celebrating their most beloved anthems, elucidating:

“With certitude, in 2025 or 2026, a reunion tour showcasing Poison’s illustrious anthems is on the horizon. This extravaganza, dubbed ‘Parti-Gras,’ will amalgamate a plethora of stellar bands, thereby unfurling the quintessence of Poison’s hits.”

Augmenting the anticipation for forthcoming musical odysseys, Michaels also shared insights into the subsequent iteration of his ‘Parti-Gras’ festival during a discourse on 104.5 WJJK Indy’s Classic Hits. Orchestrated by Live Nation, this festivity is slated to commence in Noblesville, Indiana, encompassing a concise six-city itinerary. The roster flaunts artists like Don Felder, Lou Gramm, Dee Snider, and Chris Janson, offering an eclectic mix of rock, country, and timeless classics. Michaels articulated the festival’s ethos, stating:

“This isn’t merely a music festival. In its conception, I was adamant it must epitomize a celebration replete with euphoria and congenial vibes. It’s a congregation of my comrades, whose artistry and ethos I revere. Contemplate this year’s assemblage.”

Poison’s legacy is rich with tours, including the Nothin’ But A Good Time tour alongside Cheap Trick and Pop Evil in 2018. Their latest original oeuvre, ‘Hollyweird,’ was unveiled in 2002, succeeded by a covers compilation, ‘Poison’d,’ in 2007.

You can listen to a part of his interview here

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