Sacramento hard rock heroes, Tesla will return to the Treasure Valley on Wednesday, July 19th at The Revolution Concert House and Events Center. Joining them will be local rock stalwarts, Vault7. Tickets for the event are only $35 and VIP packages are available. Get Tickets.
Boise fans will get the full headline show from Tesla who recently wrapped another tour with Def Leppard. The band is touring in support of its most recent studio release, Simplicity and celebrating the 30th anniversary of its debut album, Mechanical Resonance. Over 35 years into the band’s existence, Tesla continue to tour relentlessly, bringing their bluesy heavy rock energy to the masses. The stage is their home and every performance is an unforgettable event, packed with classic hits like; “The Way it Is,” “Hang Tough,” “Heaven’s Trail (No Way Out),” “Signs,” “What You Give,” “Love Song,” “Modern Day Cowboy,” and their newest single, “Save That Goodness”.
Check out our most recent interview with Tesla bassist Brian Wheat about Simplicity.
Vault7 has had an explosive year releasing their debut album along with live slots opening for Anthrax, Adrenaline Mob, Stitched Up Heart, and more while also playing across the region. The guys will also be performing August 5th at Diamondz in Jerome for the Edgefest Boise Battle of the Bands. The band is thrilled and honored for the opportunity to play with their longtime heroes, Tesla.
“I’m excited to play with Tesla. The first time I heard “Modern Day Cowboy” I was a fan. I wore the cassette tape out playing Mechanical Resonance.” –guitarist Brian Hoyt
“We’re all super excited to play. Paul, our bassist, just sent a pic this morning of a Tesla Vinyl from ’86 he’s looking to get signed. He’s probably about as excited about this gig as I was about Anthrax. Honored, either way. We’re gonna get the Rev nice and warmed up for Tesla.” –frontman Nathan Polnow