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Chevelle at GSR April 23, 2024
Feb 27, 2024 12:35:50 PM1 min read

Chevelle to Perform at Grand Sierra Resort and Casino, Tuesday, April 23

RENO, Nev. (February 27, 2024) – Platinum-selling alt-metal band Chevelle will perform at Grand Sierra Resort’s (GSR) acclaimed Grand Theatre on Tuesday, April 23, 2024 at 8 p.m.

Tickets for Chevelle at GSR go on sale Friday, March 1 at 10 a.m. PT and start at $32.50, plus additional taxes and fees. Infinity Rewards members will have access to presale beginning Thursday, Feb. 29 at 10 a.m. PT through 10 p.m. PT. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit or call 1-800-648-3568.

Chevelle, a Chicago-based rock band formed in 1995, is led by the Loeffler brothers — Sam (drums), Pete (vocals, guitar) and formerly Joe (bass until 2005). Originating as indie rockers, the band underwent a transformative evolution, embracing a sound inspired by the robust riffs of Helmet and the nuanced vocal dynamics of Tool.

The band first gained recognition with the launch of their debut album, “Point #1” (1999), produced by Steve Albini. After forging their path through Chicago clubs and touring with bands like Filter, Sevendust and Machine Head, Chevelle signed with Epic and soared to mainstream success with their sophomore album, “Wonder What's Next” (2002). Backed by hits like “Send the Pain Below,” the album achieved platinum status and catapulted them into the mainstream rock scene.

Despite Joe's departure in 2005, the arrival of Dean Bernardini as the new bassist injected fresh vigor into the band. The subsequent albums, “Vena Sera” (2007), “Sci-Fi Crimes” (2009) and “Hats Off to the Bull” (2011), reflected a newfound energy and optimism. Chevelle's musical exploration continued with producer Joe Barresi on “La Gárgola” (2014) and “The North Corridor” (2016). In 2018, they compiled a diverse array of B-sides, covers, rarities and remixes in “12 Bloody Spies.” Longtime bassist Dean Bernardini departed in 2019, leaving the core in the hands of the founding brothers. The band's ninth full-length album, “Niratias,” emerged in 2021, featuring the single “Self Destructor.” Doors open at 7 p.m.

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