Steel Panther performing at The Commodore Ballroom, Vancouverm< BC on December 29th 2022

Live Review: Steel Panther + The Wild @ The Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver – December 29th 2022

It was a night to remember at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, BC on December 29th, 2022 as Steel Panther and The Wild took over the stage. The Wild, hailing from Kelowna, kicked things off with their high-energy rock n’ roll sound and raunchy stage presence. Lead singer was a true showman, interacting with the crowd and running into the audience at one point, catching and chugging red solo cups filled with beer that his bandmates had launched into the crowd. It was a wild and unforgettable start to the evening.

The Wild from Kelowna performing at The Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver, BC on December 29th 2022

But the real main event of the night was Steel Panther. These guys never disappoint with their outrageous humor and debauchery, and this show was no exception. From the moment they took the stage, it was clear that Steel Panther was in top form, with Lead guitarist Satchel delivering flawless guitar solos and Michael Starr cracking jokes and encouraging the female fans to flash the crowd (which happened multiple times throughout the night, much to the delight of the audience).

The set list was a great mix of old favorites and newer material, including “Goin’ in the Backdoor,” “Tomorrow Night,” “Asian Hooker,” and “All I Wanna Do Is F*ck (Myself Tonight).” The crowd was singing and dancing along the entire time, and Steel Panther’s energy was infectious. They even threw in a cover of Ozzy Osbourne’s “Crazy Train” that had the entire crowd singing along at the top of their lungs.

Michael Starr and Spider of Steel Panther on stage with two fans at The Commodore Ballroom, Vancouver – December 29th 2022

Perhaps the highlight of the night was Satchel ‘s guitar solo. His skills on the guitar are truly impressive, and he had the audience in awe with his technical prowess and impressive stage presence. And, of course, no Steel Panther show would be complete without fan favorite “17 Girls in a Row”, which the band used to turn the stage into a giant dance party, encouraging any and all women to flock to the stage.

As the night came to a close with “Community Property” and “Gloryhole,” the concert goers were left wanting more. Steel Panther never fails to put on an unforgettable show, and their performance at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver was no exception. The entire band was in top form, with each member bringing their own unique style and energy to the stage. If you’re a fan of pure, unadulterated rock n’ roll and dick-and-fart-joke humor, then you don’t want to miss a chance to see these guys live. They never fail to put on a show that is equal parts hilarious and high-energy, and their performance at the Commodore Ballroom was no exception.

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