Irving, TX – Tesla closed out their North American tour Thursday night at the new Pavillion at Toyota Music Factory. Celebrating 30 plus years of musical history this five-piece band from Sacramento California sounded better than ever. With a new look that includes three giant video screens, drummer Troy Lucketta’s monster drumkit, and singer Jeff Keith’s stylish voodoo the band looks fresh and energized.

Tesla has been headlining for the second half of 2017 after completing two back to back tours with Def Leppard. With eight studio albums and multiple singles, a headline show is what loyal fans have wanted and certainly enjoyed Thursday night. Digging deep into their repertoire Tesla had them standing and enjoying every minute.

 Tesla will be heading to Monterrey Mexico to finish out their fall tour before taking a break. However, the talk from Tesla is they are working on a new studio release coming out next spring which may lead to a short break rather than long. Very few bands from this period continue to release new music and tour as hard as Tesla does. Touring extensively since 2011 Tesla has certainly shown no brakes in continuing on their 30-year success.

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