YES rolls through Detroit on Yestival Tour

. August 1, 2017.
See an iconic rock band YES at the DTE Energy Music Theater
See an iconic rock band YES at the DTE Energy Music Theater

Nancy Reagan would probably have hated this idea, but if you want to see an iconic rock band at the DTE Energy Music Theater in Clarkston this summer – one inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame this spring – don’t just say no, say YES.

As part of its nationwide YESTIVAL tour, the seminal band will play the DTE Theater on August 17th. The set will feature special guest Todd Rundgren and an opening set from Carl Palmer’s ELP Legacy honoring the magic of Keith Emerson and Greg Lake. Founded in 1968 by Chris Squire and John Anderson, Grammy-award winning recording artists YES have rocked stages all over the planet and created some of the most enduring and influential music in rock history, including songs like “Roundabout,” “I’ve Seen All Good People” and “Owner of a Lonely Heart.” The band has sold over 50 million records in its nearly five-decade career.

For a full list of tour dates and ticketing information,
visit yesworld.com

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