Daughtry

ATTENTION: This show has been canceled for 2020. All tickets will be refunded through the original point of purchase. If you purchased your tickets at a Grand Casino box office, you will need to revisit that same location — be sure to have your physical tickets with you to receive a full refund. 

The show will be rescheduled for July 17, 2021. Guests will have until September 30, 2020 to obtain refunds. Tickets purchased for the 2020 show will not be carried over into the 2021 show. We will announce additional details about the on sale date of the 2021 show when they are confirmed.

 

 

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DAUGHTRY

 

"It takes a lot of time to accept who you are," says Chris Daughtry. "You shave off the persona that you thought people expected, stop worrying about what anyone is going to think. You start to be comfortable with who you are onstage and off, and that all blends together. I think I finally know who I am as a person."

As the frontman for the band bearing his name, Daughtry has become one of the most visible and consistent rock & roll torchbearers of the 21st century. Throughout his career, he has released five albums and one Greatest Hits, all of which reached the Billboard Top Ten and have combined sales of over 9 million copies in the U.S.

Daughtry's self-titled debut was the best-selling album of 2007, which contained four #1 hit singles, including the Grammy-nominated smash "It's Not Over." Leave This Town also reached #1 in 2009, while 2011's Break the Spell was certified gold. His group's most recent record, 2013's Baptized, featured the platinum-selling "Waiting for Superman," which the singer points to as a turning point in his songwriting.

"It was a nice hybrid of where we had been and where we're going, and it opened my eyes a bit," says Daughtry. "Everything was so serious and doom and gloom, and 'You broke my heart,' but we never saw ourselves as those people outside the music — onstage we were always joking around. That helped me wrap my head around the fact that we can be light-hearted and still be us. And that really changed the way I approach the songs in general."

Daughtry and his band have been performing together for over a decade. "Like anything with a ten-year relationship, you know more about each other than you do most of your family," says Chris Daughtry. "It's a love-hate thing — you get sick of being around them, but after two weeks at home you're ready to get back out on the road and do it again. The fan base really keeps us alive. That's the key ingredient to keeping a band together — that's the gasoline, and without it, you can't run."