The band’s iconic Deathbat logo has been popping up on venue jumbotrons
Avenged Sevenfold are returning to the road next year. After confirming several festival appearances around the globe for 2024, the group is teasing some new headlining tour dates as well. This morning [November 27], the band’s iconic Deathbat logo has been popping up on venue jumbotrons. Check out the brief clip that A7X shared, as well as posts made by the KeyBank Arena in Albany, New York below and Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines, Iowa.
Next year, Avenged Sevenfold already have a solid schedule mapped out. The band will be headlining Download Festival in the UK, Copenhell in Denmark, Graspop Metal Meeting in Belgium, Evil Live in Portugal, Nova Rock in Austria, Rock am Ring/Rock im Park in Germany.
Back on May 12, Avenged Sevenfold announced a surprise show at Area 15 A-Lot in Las Vegas. They followed that performance up with two record release shows at the KIA Forum in L.A. and Madison Square Garden in New York City. The arena concerts marked Avenged Sevenfold’s first proper New York City appearance since 2007 and their first Los Angeles county headline on sale since 2009.
In July, Avenged Sevenfold kicked off their first full North American tour in five years. The first leg began July 18 at the Freedom Mortgage Pavilion in Camden, New Jersey. Re-visit our review of the show and see live photos HERE. The run wrapped up on August 7 at Rogers Arena in Vancouver, British Columbia. Along for the ride were Alexisonfire and Kim Dracula. The second leg began on September 16 in West Palm Beach, Florida at the iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre along with special guests Falling In Reverse, wrapping up on October 15.
To date, Avenged Sevenfold have sold over 10 million albums worldwide and earned two consecutive No. 1 albums on Billboard’s Top 200 Albums chart (2010’s Nightmare and 2013’s Hail To The King) to go along with over a billion video views and a billion-plus Spotify streams, as well as multiple No. 1 singles on rock radio. The band are equally known for their spectacular live shows, selling out arenas and headlining the world’s most prestigious rock festivals.