Apache Casino Hotel proudly announces a 2-night rock fest on Friday/Saturday, October 15/16, 2021 featuring hard rock 80’s bands QUEENSRŸCHE, GREAT WHITE, SLAUGHTER, and VIXEN.

Queensrÿche and Great White were originally scheduled to perform on Friday, April 9, but due to Covid-19, their performance has just been rescheduled to Friday, October 15, 2021 at 8pm. Doors open at 7pm. Guests who have already purchased tickets for April 9 will have their tickets moved automatically to the new date and they will retain the same seats already purchased. To make the weekend a great music event, Slaughter and Vixen have just been added for the following night on Saturday, October 16, 2021, also starting at 8pm.


QUEENSRŸCHE secured a triumphant legacy as one of hard rock’s most respected and celebrated acts, selling 30 million albums around the world across a 30-plus-year career.

GREAT WHITE boasts an arsenal of songs that include the Grammy nominated Best Hard Rock Performance hit, “Once Bitten, Twice Shy.” Great White has sold over 10 million albums worldwide, has six Top 100 Billboard hits, and two platinum albums.

SLAUGHTER has sold over 5 million albums worldwide including hits like Fly to the Angels, Up All Night, Spend My Life, Mad About You and many, many more! Six #1 MTV videos, American Music Award Winner and multi-platinum selling band.

VIXEN is the only All-Female Hard Rock Band from the 80’s who sold over a million albums, had six #1 videos on MTV and had four songs in Billboard’s Top 100 including Edge of a Broken Heart, Cryin’, and Love is a Killer.

All Guests must pass through security and be screened for Covid-19 by having their temperature taken and answering Covid-related health questions. Guests must be 21 or older and have a valid ID. Separate tickets must be purchased for Friday night and Saturday night.

Apache Casino Hotel is located at 2327 E. Gore Blvd, Lawton, OK 73501. (580) 248-5905. Tickets may be purchased at the casino cage or online at www.apachecasinohotel.com

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