The rocker is rumored to have been scheduled to perform at Mississippi's Hard Rock Hotel and Casino at the end of this month.
Bret Michaels will reportedly return to the road after suffering a near-fatal brain haemorrhage at the end of the month, May. The Poison frontman was forced to scrap a string of shows due to the haemorrhage and a previous appendectomy - but now he's keen to get back onstage and will perform at Biloxi, Mississippi's Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on May 28.
A spokesman for the venue tells local newspaper the Sun Herald, "We're very excited. He's been coming to us since 2007, and he's come back every year. We're excited he's in good health and that he's starting his comeback tour with us."
Previously, Rikki Rockett also hoped that Bret Michaels will overcome his recent health scare to perform a set of Poison 25th anniversary concerts next year. But, he wanted Michaels to slow down until he is fully better, because he had already warned the singer he was working too hard prior to the haemorrhage.