Creed to perform at Treasure Island Resort & Casino

Turn of the Century rock band Creed will reunite and host a summer tour of ’99 at Treasure Island Resort & Casino on Saturday, August 17, 2024. Creed performs at the Treasure Island amphitheater with special guests 3 Doors Down and Finger Eleven as part of Treasure Island’s summer 2024 concert series. The ’99 Summer Tour is Creed’s first tour together in 10 years.

Tickets go on sale to the public on Friday, November 3 at 10:00 a.m. and are available at . Reserved seats are $109, $89, $75, $59. Regular seats are available for $39.

Creed, who is responsible for “Higher” and the Grammy-winning “With Eyes Wide Open,” recently gained additional fame in unexpected ways by bringing good luck to professional sports teams, including our backyard. 슬롯머신

“First with the Texas Rangers and now with the Minnesota Vikings, Creed seems to have a magical touch,” said Aaron Seahussen, public relations manager for Treasure Island Resort & Casino. “We hope the luck Creed brings will affect all of our Treasure Island guests.”

Creed’s unlikely journey from a hitmaker to a powerhouse in professional sports began this fall when the Texas Rangers in Major League Baseball began listening to the band’s songs on a bus trip. The Rangers dominated the American League Championship Series and are currently competing in the world series against the Arizona Diamondbacks, with players giving a lot of credit to the band’s music for their success.

However, Creed’s influence extends beyond baseball. Vikings quarterback and Creed fan Kirk Cousins also attributed the Vikings’ recent winning streak to a band that played music in the team locker room before the game.

“If listening to Creed brings good luck, imagine what it can do to hear it for yourself,” said Shihusen. “We can’t make any promises, but there’s only one way to find out.”

Treasure Island concludes its summer 2023 concert series with great success, featuring celebrated artists Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean, Matchbox Twenty, Stain, and Tramped by Turtle.

The action-packed game floor on Treasure Island features thousands of slots and rows of table games and bingo halls. In addition to the 16,000-seat amphitheater, Treasure Island boasts luxurious and casual dining options, full-service salons and spas, family-friendly water parks, bowling alleys and event centers. Treasure Island’s 788-room hotel is the second largest in Minnesota.

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