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John Kay of Steppenwolf

May 29, 2021
Doors - 6:00 PM
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This is a seated dinner event. Tickets are sold as bundles which constitute one table. Table will include for each ticketholder, dinner provided by Virginia Street Brewhouse, first beverage and admission. Event features dinner show entertainment provided by RenoCast Live! with VERY special guest, John Kay of Steppenwolf.

Dinner is served promptly at 7p. The entire party must arrive together in order to be seated per state Covid-19 mandates. This is a fully covid compliant event.

***NOTE
Balcony seating has obstructed view of stage. Stage will be visible on all TV’s during show.

Born in East Prussia, Germany at the end of World War II., John Kay grew up trapped behind the iron curtain. His first distinct memory is a daring nighttime escape with his mother to West Germany; where later he was profoundly affected by the American rock ‘n’ roll he heard on U.S. Armed Forces Radio. Though he didn’t speak English at the time, the music’s primal energy touched something deep in him, instilling both a driving ideal of personal freedom and an abiding interest in American culture.

In 1958 he immigrated to Canada and continued his love affair with music, performing as a folk and blues singer throughout North America before joining the rock band The Sparrow which became part of the scene happening in Toronto’s Yorkville, later, San Francisco’s Haight Ashbury and finally LA’s Sunset Strip. There in 1967 Kay formed Steppenwolf, which quickly became one of the world’s foremost rock n’ roll bands releasing such standards as “Born to Be Wild,” “Magic Carpet Ride”, songs which catapulted the band into international prominence and which today stand amongst Rock’s most indelible anthems. Other classics include powerful songs like “The Pusher” and “Snow Blind Friend” In addition, because of the lyrical content of songs such as “Monster” Steppenwolf has long been considered “The thinking man’s Rock Band”

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Details

Date:
May 29
Time:
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm PDT
Cost:
$39.50 – $89.50
Event Category:
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Venue

Virginia St. Brewhouse
211 N Virginia St
Reno, NV 89501 United States