Steel Panther Is Live In Concert At The Signal Nov. 21

Wednesday, November 11, 2020

Steel Panther is bringing their "debaucherously fun" concert experience to Chattanooga on Nov. 21 for two shows in one night. The band is going to be performing live at The Signal as part of the Heavy Metal Rules Tour. 

Tickets for the show are $40-$50 and are available here: bit.ly/SteelPantherNov21Early and here:
bit.ly/SteelPantherNov21Late.

Review for Steel Panther: 

With sold-out headline shows and numerous festival appearances globally, Steel Panther is known as one of the best live bands performing today. The show on Nov. 21 will be full of Steel Panther classics and hilarity. Songs like “Community Property,” “Death To All But Metal” and later hits like “Poontang Boomerang” and “Let’s Get High Tonight” have become fan favorites and concert highlights. Attendees may even find a few surprise covers will make their way into the set. 

The show will be at reduced capacity with socially distant reserved seated and standing areas. Masks are required unless actively eating/drinking. There will be temperature checks upon entry and sanitation procedures throughout. 

For additional safety guidelines visit thesignaltn.com/faqs/


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