GARY, IN. 8-14-2010 – The Gary SouthShore RailCats will host a tribute to two of the greatest classic rock bands of all-time when Kashmir, the Ultimate Led Zeppelin Show, and Mr. Speed, America’s Kiss Tribute Band, perform at U. S. Steel Yard Friday, September 3 at 7 p.m. and tickets are on sale now!

X-Rock 103.9 FM presents general admission tickets for $10.39 in advance and $20 at the door. Gates will open at U. S. Steel Yard at 6 p.m., and tickets will be available online at www.railcatsbaseball.com or by phone at 219.882.2255.

Kashmir is a collection of experienced musicians who have come together to musically salute one of the greatest rock and roll acts of all time, Led Zeppelin. From the laser and smoke show to the uncanny resemblance of lead singer Jean Violet to Robert Plant, Kashmir has successfully recreated the unique sound and energy of a Led Zeppelin concert at more than 500 performances.

Mr. Speed has made their mark in KISStory for the last 16 years by bringing the music, hair and make-up of KISS to fans all over the Midwest. With full KISS costumes, Marshall Stacks, a 10-piece  Pearl drum set and signature model guitars of KISS themselves, Mr. Speed has kept the classics of KISS alive by bridging the gap from the fans of the ‘70s to the new legions of the KISS army.

Don’t miss the final regular season homestand the week before when the RailCats host Joliet and Schaumburg Friday, August 27 through Thursday, September 2. Wednesday, September 1 Chicago Bears all-time leading scorer Kevin Butler will be at U. S. Steel Yard signing autographs, then in the final game of the regular season Thursday, September 2, it’s Fan Appreciation Night which will feature loads of giveaways, contests for big prizes and a final salute to the best fans in the Northern League.

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