Slayer

Hammond , Indiana

Saturday, December 6, 07:30 PM

Great White and Slaughter

Las Vegas , Nevada

Saturday, February 7, 08:30 PM

Slaughter Past Tour Dates

Great White & Slaughter

Winnipeg , Manitoba

Saturday, October 11, 08:00 PM

Great White & Slaughter

Northfield , Ohio

Saturday, October 4, 08:00 PM

Great White and Slaughter

Coquitlam , Metro Vancouver

Saturday, September 6, 08:00 PM

Great White & Slaughter

Kansas City , Missouri

Saturday, August 16, 08:00 PM

Slaughter

Englewood , New Jersey

Friday, June 27, 08:00 PM

Slaughter

West Hollywood , California

Friday, June 13, 07:00 PM

Great White & Slaughter

Snoqualmie , Washington

Thursday, June 5, 07:00 PM

Great White & Slaughter

Pauma valley , California

Friday, May 16, 08:00 PM

Slaughter & Great White

Biloxi , Mississippi

Friday, December 20, 08:00 PM

Slayer & Gojira

Camden , Arkansas

Friday, November 29, 07:30 PM

Slayer

Toronto , Ontario

Thursday, November 21, 07:30 PM

Slayer & Gojira

Pittsburgh , Pennsylvania

Wednesday, November 20, 06:30 PM

Slayer

Edmonton , Alberta

Monday, November 4, 06:30 PM

Slayer

Los Angeles , California

Sunday, October 27, 06:30 PM

Great White and Slaughter

Calgary , Alberta

Saturday, October 26, 09:00 PM

Slayer

Zürich , Switzerland

Sunday, August 4, 08:00 PM

Slaughter Tour Dates

Slaughter is an American hard rock band formed in Las Vegas, Nevada by lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist Mark Slaughter and bassist Dana Strum. The band reached stardom in 1990 with their first album Stick It to Ya, which spawned several hit singles including "Up All Night", "Spend My Life", "Mad About You" and "Fly to the Angels". The album reached double platinum status in the United States. The band remains a steady act in national tours, mainly in the Rock Never Stops Tour which features several bands of the same era. Slaughter formed in Las Vegas, Nevada, in late-1988, out of the ashes of lead vocalist Mark Slaughter and bassist Dana Strum's previous band, Vinnie Vincent Invasion. Vinnie Vincent Invasion's record company Chrysalis Records, took the $4 million contract away from Vinnie Vincent for overexceeding his credit line with the label, and transferred the contract to former members Slaughter and Strum. By 1989, Slaughter and Strum completed the lineup by recruiting lead guitari