Why See RATT?
RATT Hit the Road Once More
Break open the industrial strength hairspray and lycra catsuits because glam metal icons RATT are back with a vengeance. The flying-v-wielding outfit first set the airwaves alight with their outrageous party ways and flaming riffage, achieving gold and platinum-certified commercial success in the 80s. Continuing to tour despite multiple brief hiatuses and line-up changes, founding members Stephen Pearcy (wailing frontman) and Juan Croucier (master of the 'bassist pout') are dusting off old classics like 'Round and Round' and 'Lay It Down' for a series of hotly anticipated dates this year.
Proving that the spirit of rock and roll ain't dead, RATT conjure the golden era of glam with high-octane live shows, transporting many a middle-aged audience member back to the glories of a misspent youth. Invading the stage with as much swagger as their younger selves, RATT leave no stone unturned in their relentless pursuit of sonic nirvana, pumping out driving drums, soaring solos and passionate vocals with each nostalgic anthem. Wear some comfortable shoes, 'cause this show isn't a seated affair!
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