Sevendust Announce Mini-Tour With Tremonti

Lydia Can’t Breathe will open the shows.

Sevendust [© Matt Bishop Photo]

Sevendust have added another run to their 2021 tour itinerary. The trek kicks off this fall at the Arvest Bank Theatre in Kansas City, MO and wraps up at The Plant on Dothan, AL on September 25. Tremonti will serve as special guests for the month-long run, and Lydia Can’t Breathe will open the shows.

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In addition to headlining shows, the tour will also see Sevendust perform at Rocklahoma, Blue Ridge Rock Fest, Louder Than Life, and Rebel Rock.

Tremonti will also appear at Rocklahoma.

Mark Tremonti [© Matt Bishop Photo]

Sevendust will be touring in support of their 13th studio effort Blood & Stone, which came out in 2020. The record hit No. 2 on Billboard Top Hard Rock Albums and No. 10 on Top Rock Albums. While Sevendust have not been able to tour in support of the record, they did one livestream concert in 2020. 

This year, the band have performed multiple livestream events, revising their classic LPs Home(1999), Animosity (2001), and Seasons (2003).

Tremoni’s last outing was 2018’s A Dying Machine. The album peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard Top Hard Rock Albums chart. Released via Napalm Records, the record was produced by Michael “Elvis” Baskette (Slash, Alter Bridge, Chevelle).

Lydia Can’t Breathe premiered their new single “Sheep” back in April.

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