Dennis DeYoung Tickets
Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
The founding member of Styx and the famous lead singer Dennis DeYoung is heading out for 2020 on a headline tour to showcase an outstanding collection of music from his long standing career! Catch the incredible musician as he travels across North America and stops off for a live performance at Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie on Friday 10th July 2020! Tickets are now on sale for this exclusive date – don't miss your chance to be there!
With his incredible influence and mark on music history, Dennis DeYoung has transformed the progressive rock scene through the ages. As part of the incredible band Styx, together they stormed the world, captivating their fans with a solid collection of non stop hit songs such as; "Lady", "Come Sail Away", "Babe", "The Best of Times", "Too Much Time on My Hands", "Mr. Roboto", "Don't Let It End", and "Show Me the Way". Other notable songs include "Renegade", "The Grand Illusion", "Blue Collar Man", "Crystal Ball", "Fooling Yourself (The Angry Young Man)", "Rockin' the Paradise", "Boat on the River", and "Suite Madame Blue" – along with so many more!
The main vocalist and keyboardist and the founder of the band, Dennis DeYoung was part of the creation as a talented songwriter on some of their greatest material to date. With his collection of music for Styx, Dennis DeYoung's legendary status has been created and now the Styx member is heading out on the road for 2020 to celebrate everything he has accomplished so far, both within the unit and in his solo career as Styx mark their 40th anniversary of their classic The Grand Illusion LP.
Get ready to be a part of it by booking your tickets online for Dennis DeYoung LIVE in concert!
"I formulated the theme behind the Grand Illusion album after observing how American culture creates illusions through advertising and entertainment to convince us that our lives our lacking, in order to sell products," DeYoung said. "I told the audience that we were part of the Illusion and warned them not to be 'fooled by the radio,' which was us, and that in the end, despite the illusions and hype created, that 'deep inside we’re all the same.'"