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Blue Öyster Cult

  • 300 St. Louis Street Raising Cane' River Center - Corner of Street Louis Street & Government Street Baton Rouge, LA 70802
  • River Center Theatre
  • July 9, 2022
  • Time: 8:00 PM
  • Price: $89.50, $69.50, $49.50, $34.50
  • (225) 389-3030

Blue Öyster Cult is coming to the River Center Performing  Arts Theatre in Baton Rouge on Saturday, July 9.

Tickets start at $34.50 and will go on sale Friday, May 13. Tickets can be purchased on or at the River Road Box Office.


For five decades, Blue Öyster Cult has been thrilling fans of intelligent hard rock worldwide with powerful albums loaded with classic songs. Indeed, the Long Island, NY--‐based band is revered within the hard rock and heavy metal scene for its pioneering work. Blue Öyster Cult occupies a unique place in rock history because it's one of very few hard rock/heavy metal bands to earn both genuine mainstream critical acclaim as well as commercial success.

Upon the release of BÖC's self--‐titled debut album in 1972, the band was praised for its catchy--‐yet--‐heavy music and lyrics that could be provocative, terrifying, funny or ambiguous, often all in the same song. BÖC's canon includes three stone--‐cold classic songs that will waft through the cosmos long after the sun has burned out: The truly haunting "(Don't Fear) The Reaper" from 1976's Agents of Fortune, the pummeling "Godzilla" from 1977's Spectres and the hypnotically melodic "Burnin' for You"from1981's Fire of Unknown Origin. Other notable BÖC songs include "Cities on Flame with Rock andRoll," "Then Came the Last Days of May," "I Love the Night," "In Thee,""Veteran of the Psychic Wars,""Dominance and Submission," "Astronomy," "Black Blade" and "Shooting Shark."

The intense creative vision of BÖC's original core duo of vocalist/lead guitarist Donald "Buck Dharma" Roeser, and vocalist/rhythm guitarist Eric Bloom are complemented by Richie Castellano on guitar and keyboards, and the longtime rhythm section of bass guitarist Danny Miranda, and drummer Jules Radino.