CHARLOTTE, N.C) - SST officials announced that Rock-loving motorsports fans will be in for an extra treat with their paid admission ticket during the Stadium SUPER Trucks World Championship Finals December 15th & 16th at the Lake Elsinore Diamond Stadium in Lake Elsinore, Ca.
After the SST Final on Friday night make sure to dig out your leather fringed attire, as Hollywood, California glam metal rockers WARRANT will take to stage for a performance you will not want to miss.
Selling over 10 million albums worldwide the popular rock band will play such platinum selling hits as “Heaven,” “Cherry Pie,” “Down Boys,” “Sometimes She Cries,” “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” among others from their current album Louder Harder Faster that has highly regarded music reviews and embraced by their legion of fans.
WARRANT’s signature style of rock music is very catchy, and will have all the SST and rock loving fans singing along to their classic hits.
SST President Robby Gordon explained that the inclusion of music and entertainment into the SST World Championship Finals program is paramount to the continued growth and success of the event, describing it as “Far more than just a off-road race — the goal is to make it a massive major event on and off track. With the additional of the concerts, gourmet food, and off-road lifestyle expo we are well on our way to doing that.”
Saturday night to close out the 2017 SST World Championship in blow out fashion, Southern California hard rockers BUCKCHERRY will take to the stage with a performance that will leave you saying “WOW.”
Josh Todd, lead singer of BUCKCHERRY, an avid Stadium SUPER Trucks follower, said SST fans can expect a “Great rock and roll show. We have seven records; a lot of touring under our belts and it’ll be a great show that we put together.”
Much like SST, BUCKCHERRY is high-energy action packed entertainment that will have fans on the edge of their feet the entire show.
Todd said BUCKCHERRY is proud of all of their music and have had a lot of successes, which include seven albums, grammy nominations, two gold records and a platinum record.
Smash hits include “Lit Up,” off their 1999 self-titled debut album and “Sorry” and “Crazy Bitch” from its third album “15.” “Crazy Bitch” hit the Billboard Hot 100 chart and the band received a nomination for Best Hard Rock Performance at the 49th annual Grammy Awards for the single.
To continue with the up close and personal Stadium SUPER Trucks fan friendly approach, fans will have the option to move down from their seats onto the stadium floor during each of the music performances to gain that intimate rock concert vibe.
Tickets for the first ever Stadium SUPER Trucks Rock and Race World Championship Finals can be purchased HERE.
Tickets also can be purchased on site at the Lake Elsinore Diamond Stadium Box office. Multiple ticket options are available from reserved seats; general admission to multi day passes.
Looking to entertain family and friends or host a small holiday party? Fully furnished, catered, and climate controlled suites are still available to view all the entertainment on the stadium floor in luxury. Pricing is available by contacting Stadium SUPER Trucks at email@example.com
Drivers looking to participate in either the Production 1000 UTV’s , Modified Trophy Karts or 170 UTV’s are urged to pre-register for the event at www.stadiumsupertrucks.com to receive a discounted rate on their entry fee. Prices will increase on December 1st.
More information on the Stadium SUPER Trucks Rock and Race World Championship Finals can be found at http://www.stadiumsupertrucks.com
How was the crowd?
for a friday nite crowd was pretty good. tonite should be great!
...??..who cares about the crowd, racing was GREAT!!!
Enjoy, I'm at the Co. Christmas party tonight, I'll catch up later.
Really nice crowd at the Saturday race. Some solid SST action.
Gotta say that was one of the best SST races of the year , and that includes Watkins Glen where I actually got to meet Robby . Glad to hear they’ll be back at the same stadium next year .
I went both days and the racing was the best I've seen. The crowd was great but I was surprised Saturday when I was out around Lake Elsinore that not many locals even knew the race was happening. Oh and on a side note if you are looking for a place for breakfast go to Annie's Cafe on Mission Trail it was the best!!!!
if you missed last night action,
Did mad max race this weekend too