Artist Search: Browse by Artist Name
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z #
Dee Snider

Dee Snider Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

Welcome to the official artist page for Dee Snider – your premier destination for the latest concert tickets, tour announcements, and exclusive shows near you. Dive into the music, explore the artist’s reviews and photos, and never miss another concert moment. Stay updated, stay connected, and be the first to grab tickets for an unforgettable musical experience.
On tour Yes
Followers 91,264
Category Metal, Heavy Metal, Rock
Concerts
Jul
12
Ruoff Music Center
Noblesville
Tickets
Jul
13
The Pavilion at Star Lake
Burgettstown
Tickets
Aug
03
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
Alpharetta
Tickets
Aug
23
Pine Knob Music Theatre
Clarkston
Tickets
Aug
30
PNC Bank Arts Center
Holmdel
Tickets
Aug
31
Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
Gilford
Tickets
About Dee Snider
Dee Snider (born David Daniel Snider on March 15, 1955 in Massapequa, Long Island, New York, United States) is an American musician, actor and television/radio host. Snider is best known as the frontman for American hard rock band Twisted Sister. He is somewhat of a cult icon in the heavy metal community with his distinctive look and personality. As a child he sang in a church choir, several school choruses, and Baldwin HS Concert Choir. He also was selected for the All State Chorus by singing Henry Purcell's "Strike the Viol". [2] He developed a habit of dressing differently from his peers and a strong desire to become a singer in a makeup band. In 1975 Snider changed several rock bands, and in early 1976 he joined the recently formed Twisted Sister and became the only song writer of the band thereafter. On MTV in the 80's before Headbanger's Ball, the first Heavy Metal show to feature all metal videos was called Heavy Metal Mania. The first show aired in June of 1985. Metal mania was hosted by Dee Snider and featured metal news, interviews with metal artists, in studio co-hosts, etc.. In the late 1980s, after Twisted Sister was disbanded, he formed Desperado, a band featuring ex-Iron Maiden drummer Clive Burr, ex-Gillan guitarist Bernie Torme, and bassist Marc Russel. The group's only album Ace has never been officially released but was heavily bootlegged on CD (under the title Bloodied But Unbowed). In 1985, a Senate hearing was instigated by the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC), who wanted to introduce a parental warning system that would label all albums containing offensive material. The system was to include letters identifying the type of objectionable content to be found in each album (i.e. O for occult themes, S for sex, D for drugs, V for violence, etc). Dee Snider, John Denver, and Frank Zappa all testified against censorship and the proposed warning system. Such a system was never implemented, but the result of the trial brought about what is now the generic "Parental Advisory: Explicit Content" label. In the 1990s, he formed Widowmaker, with Joe Franco (good friend to Twisted Sister, and drummed on the Love Is For Suckers album), Al Pitrelli, and Marc Russel. They recorded two albums with limited underground success, titled Blood and Bullets, and Standby For Pain. In the late 1990s, he toured with a "self-tribute" band called Dee Snider's SMFs (Sick Mother Fuckers), sometimes featuring ex-Twisted Sister drummer A.J. Pero. The usual line up included Dee Snider, Derek Tailer, Charlie Mills, Keith Alexander, and Spike. In 1998, he wrote and starred in the horror film Strangeland. He has also penned the script to a sequel which has the working title of Strangeland 2: Cult of Personality. As of October 2006, it has yet to receive a greenlight by any major studio. The project remains a top priority of Snider's. From June 1999 to August 2002, he hosted a morning radio show on a Hartford, Connecticut Clear Channel station, Radio 104 (104.1 FM WMRQ), called Dee Snider Radio. His show returned to the air at night in August 2004 on 93.3 WMMR in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania until June 2005. He fondly referred to his listeners as his "Peeps", and "DEE" euro stickers, printed by the station, could be seen on the bumpers of his fans' cars throughout Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts. Other members of the morning show included Nick Lentino, Beth Lockwood, "Psycho Dan" Williams, Sean Robbins, and "Darkside Dave" Wallace. He frequently featured high-profile guests, including his friend and KISS singer/bassist Gene Simmons. In 2001 he was the voice of Gol Acheron, the main villain for the PlayStation 2 videogame Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy. In 2002 he re-joined with the reunited Twisted Sister, and played himself in the 2002 TV-movie Warning: Parental Advisory. In 2003 he appeared with actor Arnold Schwarznegger, during his drive to recall incumbent California Governor Gray Davis. Snider sang the Twisted Sister hit, "We're Not Gonna Take It," which was adopted by the Schwarzenegger campaign. In 2004 and 2005 he was the narrator for a live show known as Van Helsing's Curse which tours the US around Halloween giving a mix of famous music with dark overtones and an occasional part of a storytelling to accompany the music. The concert has also been released on CD. As of 2005 Snider is the host of the nationally syndicated House of Hair radio show. He currently lives part-time in East Setauket, New York. Snider is also a narrator for many shows and specials on VH1. Snider was featured as the 'voice' in the bumpers for MSNBC's 2001/2002 "Fiercely Independent" branding campaign. Snider returned to radio in June 2006 with Fangoria Radio on Sirius Satellite Radio. Snider has been married to his wife Suzette since 1981. They have 4 children. They are Jesse, Shane, Cody, and Cheyenne.
Follow on Bandsintown
Genres
Metal, Heavy Metal, Rock
What fans are saying
Gilberto
5 / 5
Extraordinario!!!🤘🏾
Lava Cantina The Colony The Colony, TX
Mar 01, 2019
Similar Artists On Tour
Lita Ford
Lita Ford
Alice Cooper
Alice Cooper
Sebastian Bach
Sebastian Bach
Mötley Crüe
Mötley Crüe
Judas Priest
Judas Priest
Quiet Riot
Quiet Riot
Skid Row
Skid Row
Ace Frehley
Ace Frehley
W.A.S.P.
W.A.S.P.
Anthrax
Anthrax
Iron Maiden
Iron Maiden
Zakk Wylde
Zakk Wylde
Dee Snider Tour Cities
Holmdel, NJ Alpharetta, GA Clarkston, MI Gilford, NH Noblesville, IN Burgettstown, PA

Frequently Asked Questions About Dee Snider

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Dee Snider on tour?

Yes, Dee Snider is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Dee Snider concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Dee Snider tour is scheduled for 6 dates across 6 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Dee Snider scheduled to play?

Dee Snider is scheduled to play 6 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Dee Snider tour start?

Dee Snider’s tour starts Jul 12, 2024 and ends on Aug 31, 2024. They will play 6 cities; their most recent concert was held in Noblesville at Ruoff Music Center and their next upcoming concert will be in Alpharetta at Ameris Bank Amphitheatre.

What venues is Dee Snider performing at?

As part of the Dee Snider tour, Dee Snider is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jul 12 - Noblesville, IN @ Ruoff Music Center
Jul 13 - Burgettstown, PA @ The Pavilion at Star Lake
Aug 03 - Alpharetta, GA @ Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
Aug 23 - Clarkston, MI @ Pine Knob Music Theatre
Aug 30 - Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center
Aug 31 - Gilford, NH @ Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
Artists
Cities