Rock singer-songwriter Pat Benatar was one of the driving forces of 1980s rock music, and has been a continous presence on tour year after year. During the summer of 2015, she is going on tour with husband Neil Giraldo. Get Pat Benatar tickets at TicketNetwork.com and enjoy the show!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Aug 22, 2015
|Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo||Lancaster, CA|
Antelope Valley Fair
Aug 26, 2015
|Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo||Reno, NV|
Grand Sierra Theatre
Aug 29, 2015
|Pat Benatar, Neil Giraldo & Eddie Money||Manson, WA|
Deep Water Amphitheater
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Aug 31, 2015
|Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo||Monroe, WA|
Evergreen State Fair
Sep 02, 2015
|Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo||Vancouver, Canada|
PNE Rogers Amphitheatre
Sep 03, 2015
|Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo||Salem, OR|
The LB Day Comcast Amphitheatre
Sep 04, 2015
|Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo||Medford, OR|
Britt Festivals Gardens And Amphitheater
|Current Tour:||35th Anniversary|
|First Album:||In the Heat of the Night (1979)|
By the time she released her debut album, In the Heat of the Night, in 1979, Pat Benatar had already established herself in New York City-area clubs such as Catch a Rising Star and Tramps. The release of the album gave Benatar a much larger audience. Generating hit singles "Heartbreaker" and "We Live for Love," it turned Benatar into an overnight success.
Her second album, Crimes of Passion, followed up on the popularity of the first album, and brought more hits in the form of "You Better Run" and "Hit Me with Your Best Shot." The former was played as the second-ever music video on MTV after its launch in 1981. Benatar continued on with several more hit albums throughout the 1980s, including Precious Time (1981), Get Nervious (1982), Live from Earth (1983), Tropico (1984), Seven the Hard Way (1985), and Wide Awake in Dreamland (1988), with tours supporting the first two and last two.
Moving into the 1990s, Benatar's commercial success faded, and she only released a few albums during the decade, including True Love (1991), Gravity's Rainbow, and Innamorata (1997). She also mostly took a break from headlining tours for several years, but opened for Fleetwood Mac, REO Speedwagon, and Steve Miller Band. Benatar released one studio album in the 2000s, Go (2003). She has since released numerous compilation works and has frequently gone on tour.