October 14, 2023 7:30 pm

WARRANT, the quintessential American rock band, rose to fame in 1989 from their Hollywood roots. Their debut album, “Dirty Rotten Filthy Stinking Rich,” featured chart-toppers like “Heaven,” reaching #1 in Rolling Stone and #2 on Billboard Hot 100. The album went Platinum in Canada and sold over 3 million copies, backed by a global tour of 262 shows.

In 1990, they released “Cherry Pie,” with hits like the title track, “Uncle Tom’s Cabin,” and “I Saw Red.” These songs all reached the US Top 10, selling 3 million copies and gaining Platinum status in Canada and Australia. The Cherry Pie tour was one of 1991’s top-grossing tours.

With over 10 million global album sales, WARRANT‘s catchy, melodic rock style remains their signature. In 2008, Robert Mason joined as lead vocalist, and their recent album, “Louder Harder Faster,” earned critical acclaim.


FireHouse emerged in 1990 with their self-titled debut album, featuring hits like “Shake & Tumble” and “Don’t Treat Me Bad.” This album quickly achieved double platinum status in the US and gold status in several other countries.

Their follow-up album, “Hold Your Fire” (1992), continued their winning streak with tracks like “Reach for the Sky” and “When I Look into Your Eyes,” accumulating more gold records and over a million sales worldwide. In 1995, “3” produced another US hit.

“Category 5” (1998) gained popularity in Asia and the US in 1999, followed by their first live album, “Bring ‘em Out Live,” recorded during sold-out shows in Japan.

Their seventh album, “O2,” in the early 2000s, maintained their signature melodic hard rock sound, and the band adapted to evolving music trends. Tragically, in September 2003, bassist Bruce Waibel passed away, leaving a void in the band.

In 2003, FireHouse released “PRIME TIME,” their eighth album, blending their classic sound with contemporary influences. With a history of chart-topping hits and global tours, FireHouse remains a rock force, celebrated for their enduring musical legacy.

Notification from FireHouse 9/26: Due to surgery, C J Snare will not be performing. Replacement singer Nate Peck, Golden Ticket winner on American Idol.

ADDITIONAL SECURITY SCREENINGS: At the request of the event organizers, we will have an additional security screening for this event. This will include our security professionals checking bags and the use of handheld metal detectors to ensure no prohibited items are brought into the Community Arts Center. This security check is required before anyone is allowed entry into the venue. If you have any questions please contact us at caclive.com/contact-us or call the Box Office at 570-326-2424

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