Archive for May 4, 2018

Bret Michaels “The Party Starts Now” Fan Photos

What an amazing performance in Tunica, MS! Your energy and passion for what you do is contagious, and overcoming all adversities in your life have encouraged me to overcome my own. So thankful to have had the opportunity once again to speak with you and share my story.  Look forward to seeing you again soon! – Shelley

I saw Bret in concert in Sterling Heights, MI on July 29th. I had the pleasure of meeting him after the concert and he was the nicest guy ever! My husband and I had the best time talking with him. Thanks for all you do Bret! We’ll see you next time! 

– Laura Gillespie 

I’ve had the privilege of meeting Bret on 4 occasions and he has been absolutely amazing every single time. I admire his kindness, generosity, talent and huge heart and wanted to express the sentiments since I first met him.


Thank you for an absolutely amazing performance in Biloxi, July 7, 2017! We also appreciated the tribute to those who have served, very special. Loved meeting you again and and can’t wait to see you next year!

Love from Georgia,

I attended Bret’s sold out show in Eugene, Oregon. My family and I met Bret after the show. As a Gulf War Navy veteran talking to Bret about the song “Something To Believe In” it was an experience I will never forget. He listened and talked with my whole family and making us feel special. Thank you Bret for all you do for your fans and the military. – George

I met Bret Michaels and his band in Eugene, Oregon. Some of the nicest people I have met in awhile! – Officer Jeff

I was at the event in Twin River Lincoln, R.I. It was an early birthday present from my boyfriend and to my surprise he also got me a meet and greet. Best b-day present ever! I love Bret for all he does an all he gives for so many people. Besides all that he is a awesome person he truly cares and listens to people. – Michelle

From the 1st night I met Bret and the B*M*B, we became family. I just had seen the guys in Orlando for the 4th time. Who would know a week later our world would change when my 25 year old daughter would be diagnosed with stage 4 Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. After 2 stays in the hospital & her first 2 aggressive rounds of chemo we had tickets for a Bret Michaels concert.

We were able to make 2 hour drive & first thing Bret said was “Hello stranger” not knowing why Meagan was in a wheelchair. When we told him he immediately gave my daughter a “big hug”. She also received a drum stick from Mike and Rob wore a special shirt for her. For that time she was out of pain and just beaming. This is a wish that was granted she could only dream about. – Hillary