One of the hardest-rocking American bands to break into the music scene in the late nineties is coming to Cactus Petes Resort Casino in just a couple of weeks.

Southern Idaho rock fans should start preparing now for two evenings of musical disorderly conduct in Jackpot, Nevada. Cactus Petes Resort Casino is located just 45 miles south of Twin Falls on Highway 93 and plays host to great bands all year long.

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During my Twin Falls radio days, I've had the great fortune of doing a few live shows from Cactus Petes. My favorite experience was getting to work with the staff for Vince Neil's free performance in the spring of 2018. Although the weather wasn't cooperating that afternoon, a good crowd of people from Idaho and Nevada showed up for a couple of hours of rock and roll.

Whether you see a show in the outdoor arena or Gala Show Room, you can't go wrong at Cactus Petes. The staff is outstanding and always puts together a great experience for music fans. In just a few days, the resort will welcome hard-rocking California band Buckcherry.

(Warning: Video contains a few naughty words - Nothing big)

The band will perform on Friday and Saturday evenings, March 3-4, in the Gala Show Room. To purchase tickets or view seat availability, click here.

Buckcherry is best known for their songs "Crazy B#itch," "Lit Up," and "Too Drunk..." If you're going to be traveling from the Magic Valley, be sure to look into getting a hotel room, because you're in for a wild night.

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