Skillet, Sevendust Announce Summer Tour


Skillet [© Matt Bishop Photo]

Hard rock juggernauts Skillet and Sevendust are hitting the road this summer on the Vicious War Tour. The trek kicks off on August 11 at Minglewood Hall in Memphis, TN and wraps up on September 6 a the Warehouse Live Ballroom in Houston, TX. Pop Evil and Devour The Day will serve as special guests. Tickets go on sale this Friday, April 26 at 10am HERE.

Sevendust [©Matt Bishop Photo]

Skillet are set to release a brand new studio album this summer. The first single is due out next month. Their last effort – 2016’s Unleashed – peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Top 200 and No. 1 on Billboard Hard Rock Albums.

Tomorrow, Sevendust will kick off an Australian tour supporting their 2018 disc All I See Is War. In May, the band will play a string of U.S. shows with In This Moment and Light The Torch.

Pop Evil [© Matt Bishop Photo]

August 11 – Minglewood Hall [Memphis, TN]
August 13 – Virginia Credit Union Live! [Richmond, VA]
August 14 – Freedom Hall [Lancaster, PA]
August 16 – PNC Pavilion at Riverbend [Cincinnati, OH]
August 17 – The Lawn [Indianapolis, IN]
August 19 – Peoria Riverfront [Peoria, IL]
August 20 – Surf Ballroom [Clear Lake, IA]
August 21 – The Complex [Springfield, MO]
August 24 – The Complex [Salt Lake City, UT]
August 25 – Revolutionary Center [Boise, ID]*
August 27 – The Knitting Factory [Spokane, WA]*
August 28 – Showbox Sodo [Seattle, WA]
August 31 – House of Blues [Las Vegas, NV]
September 1 – The Wiltern [Los Angeles, CA]
September 2 – The Marquee Theatre [Phoenix, AZ]
September 4 – Realto Theater [Tuscon, AZ]
September 6 – Warehouse Live Ballroom [Houston, TX]

*No Pop Evil

Devour The Day [© Matt Bishop Photo]

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