Heavy metal juggernauts Godsmack and Sevendust have announced a fall North American Tour. The trek kicks off on September 23 at The Fillmore in Detroit, MI and wraps up on October 19 at TD Place in Ottawa, ON. Pre-sale tickets are available on July 15 and general public on-sale begins on July 17 via Godsmack.com.

“I haven’t been this excited about a tour like Godsmack/Sevendust since we toured with Metallica,” said Godsmack frontman Sully Erna. This is how concerts should be, two bands that love and complement each other the way fans want it! This will be a MUST SEE concert! Don’t Miss it!” Sevendust guitarist Clint Lowery adds, “We have a lot of history with Godsmack personally and musically and it’s going to be an incredible experience touring with them. We came up together on the music scene and it will be an honor to share the stage with them again and give fans their money’s worth. I can’t think of a better way or a better band to start this touring cycle with. Get ready!”

GODSMACK – Live Photo Gallery

SEVENDUST – Live Photo Gallery

Godsmack Sevendust Tour

9/23 Detroit, MI – The Fillmore Detroit (Pre-Sale 7/15)
9/27 Springfield, IL – Prairie Capital Convention Center (Pre-Sale 7/15)
9/29 Kansas City, MO – Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland (Pre-Sale 7/15)
10/1 Shreveport, LA – Municipal Auditorium (Pre-Sale 7/15)
10/2 Huntsville, AL – Von Braun Center (Pre-Sale 7/15)
10/4 Louisville, KY – Louder Than Life Music Festival
10/13 Wallingford, CT – Toyota Presents Oakdale (Pre-Sale 7/15)
10/14 Poughkeepsie, NY – Mid-Hudson Civic Center (Pre-Sale 7/15)
10/16 Halifax, NS – Scotiabank Centre (Pre-Sale 7/15)
10/17 Moncton, NB – Moncton Coliseum (Pre-Sale 7/15)
10/19 Ottawa, ON – TD Place (Pre-Sale 7/15)


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