Come on feel the summer concerts!  Quiet Riot is coming to Wild Rose Casino this July.

The all-ages show will be held in the outdoor Wild Rose Courtyard.  Tickets go on sale March 19th at the Wild Rose website.

Quiet Riot


Quiet Riot was founded in Los Angeles in 1973 by guitarist Randy Rhoads and bassist Kelly Garni. Joining them in the original lineup were lead vocalist, Kevin DuBrow, and drummer Drew Forsyth. Mired in turmoil, the group would eventually see changes to the group’s members that would result in their most commercially successful lineup consisting of DuBrow, guitarist Carlos Cavazo, bassist Rudy Sarzo, and drummer Frankie Banali.

In 1983, they released their breakthrough album “Metal Health”, which became the first heavy metal album to go to Number 1 on the Billboard Top 200 Chart. Despite having several changes to the members of the group, and a few brief breakups, Quiet Riot continued to record and tour until DuBrow’s death in 2007.

Fast forward to today, legendary bassist and Metal Health founding member Rudy Sarzo has returned to Quiet Riot after an almost 20-year absence. As per the wishes of the Frankie Banali estate, Quiet Riot continues its historic journey. Joining Sarzo are guitarist Alex Grossi, vocalist Jizzy Pearl, and drummer Johnny Kelly.

Added to the list of Quiet Riot’s accomplishments are: over 15 Million records sold worldwide, over 2.8 Million monthly Spotify listeners, and over 1 Million social media followers. With favorites like, “Bang Your Head (Metal Health)”, “Cum on Feel the Noize” and “Mama Weer All Crazee Now”, this show is certain to ROCK YOU!!

Quiet Riot Coming To Clinton

Wild Rose Casino
Wild Rose Casino

Enjoy the rock of Quiet Riot with local food trucks in attendance, and cash bars available.

Tickets go on sale on Tuesday, March 19, and are $15 in advance, and $25 the day of show right here.

Iowa, it’s time to “Bang Your Head” on July 26!

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