The legendary band Heart is hitting the road again, and they're making a stop right in the "heart" of the Motor City.

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The legendary rock group fronted by sisters Ann and Nancy Wilson has announced a mega tour for 2024 bringing the iconic duo back together after a 4-year hiatus.  The band known for career-spanning hits such as “Magic Man",  “Crazy on You", "These Dreams", and “Barracuda" will hit the D with their Royal Flush Tour, presented by AEG, bringing the talented sisters together again.

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Heart, formed in Seattle in 1973, has been nominated for four Grammy Awards and has sold over 50 million records worldwide, including approximately 22.5 million albums in the United States, and was inducted to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on April 18, 2013. Ann & Nancy also received a Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2023.

The current members of the band feature Nancy Wilson (rhythm, lead and acoustic guitar, backing, and lead vocals), Ann Wilson (lead vocals and flute), Ryan Wariner (lead and rhythm guitar), Ryan Waters (guitars), Paul Moak (guitars, keyboards and backing vocals), Tony Lucido (bass and backing vocals) and Sean T Lane (drums and bike).

When Will the Heart Tour Stop in Detroit?

Heart will bring the Royal Flush Tour to Little Caesars Arena in Detroit on Tuesday, May 21, 2024. Cheap Trick will serve as the opener for the band on their stop.

When Do Heart Tickets for Little Caesars Go on Sale?

Presale tickets for the concert go on sale Thursday, February 1 from 10:00 am to 10:00 pm. Presale tickets & presale information can be found at Public ticket sale begins on Friday, February 2, 2024 at 10:00 am.

Detroit, mark your calendars and clear your schedules because Heart is bringing their A-game to LCA, promising an unforgettable evening of music, passion, and pure rock. Tickets will be in high demand, so don't wait!

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