Get ready to rock "All Night Long" as Buckcherry comes "Ridin'" into town for a show at the DECC this fall!

The California-based rock band was just announced as the latest musical act coming to the Twin Ports area in a busy 2023 season for concerts. With country, classic rock, and hip-hop shows already announced for Duluth in 2023, the DECC is now sharing news of a contemporary rock show for the Northland.

The group has been rocking audiences for over 20 years, starting with their debut self-titled album that featured the gold-certified hit "Lit Up" and gaining momentum through the mid-to-late 2000's with their massive album "15".

This album featured the popular 2006 rock track "Crazy Bitch", which has been certified 4 times platinum. The same album also featured their biggest hit to date, the 2007 crossover hit "Sorry", which also saw significant pop success.

The group will be releasing a new album, titled "Vol. 10", which comes out June 2, 2023.

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The freshly-announced show is scheduled for 8:00 pm on Thursday, October 26 at the DECC Symphony Hall, adding to some other regional performances already on the band's calendar that include Winnipeg on October 23, Thunder Bay on October 24, Green Bay on October 27, and Sault Ste. Marie on October 28.

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The DECC announced the show Tuesday morning (May 9) with details that their venue presale also kicked off in conjunction with the show announcement. The presale opened up at 7 am on May 9, and runs through 9 am on Friday, May 12. The general on-sale for tickets will happen starting at 10 am on Friday, May 12.

You can take advantage of the venue's presale through their Ticketmaster link with the code word CRAZYB.

Here's a look back at some of the big acts that have performed in the area over the years:

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