Seeing Taylor Swift can be expensive and difficult to get tickets. But you can hear their music live in concert by the best Taylor Swift tribute band Burning Red.
Burning Red comes to Rust Belt in East Moline, Illinois on Saturday, September 30th. Before their show, I spoke with the band’s extremely talented lead singer and they are ready to rock the Quad Cities.
Burning Red – A tribute to Taylor Swift is coming to the Quad Cities
Get ready, Swifties and the Quad Cities, the premier Taylor Swift tribute band, Burning Red, is coming to the Rust Belt in East Moline, IL on Saturday, September 30, 2023.
Burning Red is a Chicago-based group of talented, experienced musicians who are proud Swifties, bringing the iconic music of Taylor Swift to live music venues throughout the region. She is led by Gina CC on vocals, guitar and piano and describes herself as a “certified Swiftie.”
Gina from Burning Red is “ready for it”
Gina and I had the opportunity to chat before the band’s performance at Thr Rust Belt on Saturday September 30th. I filled her in on Quad City style pizza, we talked about Taylor’s music, family and more.
We’re thrilled that Burning Red is bringing Taylor’s music to the Quad Cities and they’re looking forward to their first show in our area! Watch my full interview with Gina below:
How to get tickets to Burning Red in East Moline
As a Swiftie, we know you’ll want to hear the best Taylor Swift tribute band when it comes to the Quad Cities.
To get your tickets to Burning Red at The Rust Belt in East Moline, IL on Saturday, September 30th, go to therustbeltqc.com to get your tickets. General admission tickets are just $15 and the show is suitable for all ages, meaning even the little Swifties out there can get in on the fun. Doors open at 7 p.m., Burning Red takes the stage at 8 p.m
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