The band who helped define the sound of rock and roll in the 80s is on their way to the Quad Cities this summer, and it's a show you're not going to want to miss.

Night Ranger has announced that they'll be playing at the Event Center at Rhythm City Casino June 3rd.

The band has sold over 17 million albums worldwide, performed on more than 4000 stages, and they've exceeded a radio audience of over 1 billion with their hit songs.

Night Ranger hit the Billboard Top 100 several times in the 1980s, with Don't Tell Me You Love Me, Rock in America, When You Close Your Eyes, Sentimental Street, Four In The Morning, Goodbye, and of course, their best known song, Sister Christian.

Tickets start at $30, with a premium on the high end of ticket options, at $225. That package gets you the meet and greet, a photo opportunity, a Limited Edition Merchandise Gift, and a Commemorative VIP Laminate and Lanyard.

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