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The Gang's All Here Tour: Skid Row, Buckcherry, and Sierra Pilot - Winnipeg, MB

The Burton Cummings Theatre in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, was set ablaze on March 18, 2024, as the Gang's All Here Tour featuring the trio of rock acts Skid Row, Buckcherry, and Sierra Pilot, who all rocked the stage. The energy was palpable, and the crowd was electrified from start to finish.

Sierra Pilot. Photos by Samuel Stevens Photography Kicking off the night was Canada's own Sierra Pilot, who set the tone with their energetic performance. The band delivered a high-octane set, including hits like "Mouthful," "Hey Bartender," and "Keys To The City." Their blend of rock and blues-infused melodies had the crowd on their feet, and their infectious energy was a perfect start to the evening.

Buckcherry. Photos by Samuel Stevens Photography

Buckcherry took the stage next, unleashing a torrent of hits that had the audience singing along from the first note. Opening with "Lit Up," the band powered through a setlist that included fan favourites like "Crazy Bitch," "Sorry," and a raucous cover of Bryan Adams' "Summer of '69." Buckcherry's raw energy and frontman Josh Todd's magnetic stage presence kept the energy levels sky-high.

Skid Row. Photos by Samuel Stevens Photography

Finally, the moment everyone had been waiting for arrived as Skid Row stormed the stage. Opening with the blistering "Slave to the Grind," the band delivered a set that spanned their entire career, from classics like "18 and Life" and "I Remember You" to newer tracks like "Resurrected" and "The Gang's All Here." Guitarist Dave Sabo and bassist Rachel Bolan's chemistry was undeniable, while vocalist Erik Grönwall's powerhouse vocals soared over the roaring guitars and thunderous drums. The energy in the theater was at its peak as the crowd sang along, danced, and rocked out with the bands.

Overall, The Gang's All Here Tour was a night to remember for rock and fans in Winnipeg. With three powerhouse bands delivering unforgettable performances, it was a celebration of rock 'n' roll that left everyone in attendance wanting more.

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