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Maybe You Haven’t Heard: Upcoming Concerts At Tuacahn


St George and the surrounding areas are lucky to have Tuacahn to attract top-notch artists to perform locally. So whether you need your hearing aids tuned up or just stop by for a hearing check-up, be sure that your hearing is in good order so you can fully enjoy the upcoming concerts.

Cover Band Concerts At Tuacahn

There are two cover bands coming hold concerts at Tuacahn. So if you’ve missed the live performances of the original groups these bands are based on, you will not want to miss these excellent cover bands.

  • Zeppelin USA (March 23) – Paying homage to Zeppelin, this cover band formed 4 years ago in California and has won high acclaim as a top tribute band. While they honor the classic sound of Zeppelin, this group has brought a modern twist with a state-of-art laser and light show. Become fully immersed in the classic sounds thanks to Tuacahn’s sound system.
  • Hotel California (November 3) – Have you missed the Eagles? Well, you will not want to miss Hotel California when they stop at Tuacahn and jam to covers of the Eagles’ best songs, such as “Heartache Tonight”, “Take it Easy”, and naturally “Hotel California”.

Original Artists Scheduled To Perform At Tuacahn

A wide variety of artists are coming to perform at Tuacahn and you are sure to find one which peaks your interest. The current lineup is as follows:

  • Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo (March 16) – This powerhouse musical couple are coming to Tuacahn in mid-March in a combo performance you won’t want to miss. Depending on what ticket you purchase, there are different perks, like an exclusive photo-op with Pat and Neil, tour shirt, and more.
  • Kristin Chenoweth (April 14) – Amazing audiences on the stage and screen with her powerful voice, Kristin Chenoweth’s concert is one you don’t want to miss a single note of it.
  • Brian Wilson (April 21) – From his Beach Boys roots, Brian Wilson has developed a successful solo career. His concert will be further enlivened by his special guest performer Al Jardine.
  • David Archuleta (April 27-28) – The young LDS heartthrob David Archuleta will be making a two-day stop at Tuacahn. His concert dates at Tuacahn usually sell out fast, so you better be quick to snag your tickets.
  • “Weird Al” Yankovic (May 4) – This well-known parody artist will instead be performing his own, non-parody original songs.

Protect Your Hearing When Attending Concerts

Concerts regularly reach decibel levels of 110 and above. Levels of sound in these ranges can damage your hearing and cause temporary discomfort. Be sure to take ear plugs with you if you find yourself too close to the sound system. If you have hearing aids and are worried about feedback sounds while attending a concert at Tuacahn, contact us for an appointment with our audiologists so they can adjust your hearing aid appropriately.

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