Priestly Sins

British Steel, Judas Priest’s 1980 classic, was the soundtrack to the lives of millions of angry white teenagers. Now that the Reagan years are over, Priest is celebrating the album’s 30th birthday in style, at the PNC Bank Arts Center on July 11. The band will perform the entirety of British Steel, unabridged, for the first time ever. The legendary original line-up has been touring enthusiastically since the release of 2008’s Nostradamus, focusing mostly on new material, but there’s still nothing wrong with a little ‘80s nostalgia once in a while.

Tickets start at $37. All ages.