Lynyrd Skynyrd bring farewell tour to Caesars Windsor March 3, with special guest Randy Bachman

Windsor is a long way from sweet home Alabama, but these simple men are soaring as free birds one last time: The final tour of Lynyrd Skynrd comes to Caesars Windsor on March 3.

After four decades of existence, the long-time Southern rock band will retire from life on the road following its Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour — which started in the spring of this year and will end in the spring of 2019.

The tour will arrive at The Colosseum stage with a special guest: veteran Canadian rocker Randy Bachman of Bachman-Turner Overdrive and The Guess Who fame.

First formed in 1964, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s 60-album career includes such Southern rock anthems as Saturday Night Special, Sweet Home Alabama, Simple Man, and Free Bird.

The concert will begin 8 p.m., 19 and older only.

Ticket prices start at $65.50, going on sale Nov. 18.

Purchase tickets online via caesarswindsor.com or www.ticketmaster.ca, or visit the casino’s box office at 377 Riverside Dr. East. Call 1-800-991-7777 for more information.

Lynyrd Skynyrd performing at Caesars Windsor in March 2015.

From left: Randy Bachman performing at Caesars Windsor in July 2014, Lynyrd Skynyrd performing at Caesars Windsor in March 2015.

More upcoming shows at Caesars Windsor:

  • Nov. 8 – Irish dance phenom Michael Flatley’s Lord of the Dance
  • Nov. 17 – Comedy ventriloquist Terry Fator
  • Nov. 23 – Stand-up comedian Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias
  • Nov. 25 – Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson
  • Nov. 29 – Hard rock band Three Days Grace
  • Nov. 30 – Country music singer Brett Eldredge
  • Dec. 6 – Veteran entertainers Tony Orlando and Dawn
  • Dec. 13 – Singing star Michael Bolton
  • Dec. 16 – Vocal group The Tenors
  • Dec. 21 – The S’Aints charitable holiday rock concert
  • Jan. 5 – Dancing With the Stars
  • Jan. 17 – Classic rockers Cheap Trick
  • Jan. 24 – Stand-up comedian Whitney Cummings
  • Feb. 14 – Country music band Old Dominion
  • Feb. 22 – Stand-up comedian Chris D’Elia
  • April 27 – Country music artist Brad Paisley

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