Five Finger Death Punch Announce Huge U.S. Tour With Three Days Grace And Bad Wolves
Las Vegas metal behemoths Five Finger Death Punch have announced a U.S. headline tour.
The band – who are currently on the road with In This Moment – will be hitting their home country hard over the fall, joining forces with Three Days Grace, Bad Wolves and Fire From The Gods for the 28-date run. Check out the dates below, and grab your tickets from Friday, July 26. A portion from every ticket will go to the Gary Sinise Foundation, benefitting America’s defenders, veterans, first responders and their families.
Catch Five Finger Death Punch, Three Days Grace, Bad Wolves and Fire From The Gods at the following:
1 Las Vegas NV @ The Joint @ Hard Rock
2 Las Vegas NV @ The Joint @ Hard Rock
5 Tucson AZ @ Tucson Arena
7 El Paso TX @ Don Haskins Arena
9 Corpus Christi TX @ American Bank Center
10 Beaumont TX @ Ford Park Center
12 Baton Rouge LA @ Raising Cane’s River Center Arena
13 Huntsville AL @ Von Braun Center Arena
15 Pensacola FL @ Pensacola Bay Center
16 Ft. Meyer FL @ Hertz Arena
18 Jacksonville FL @ Vystar Veterans Arena
20 Columbia SC @ Colonial Life Arena
22 Greensboro NC @ Greensboro Coliseum Arena
23 Chattanooga TN @ McKenzie Arena
26 Columbus OH @ Nationwide Arena
27 Youngstown OH @ Covelli Centre
29 Knoxville TN @ Thompson-Boling Arena
30 Charleston SC @ North Charleston Coliseum
2 Norfolk VA @ Norfolk Scope Arena
3 Allentown PA @ PPL Center
5 Toledo OH @ The Huntington Arena
6 Lexington KY @ Rupp Arena
8 Peoria IL @ Peoria Civic Center
9 Fort Wayne IN @ Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
11 Madison WI @ Alliant Energy Center
12 Duluth MN @ Amsoil Arena
14 Omaha NE @ CHI Health Center
15 Des Moines IA @ Wells Fargo Arena
Speaking to Kerrang! about their latest album And Justice For None and how far they can go as a band, guitarist Zoltan Bathory said, “It’s about determination. When you have that will to be successful, it’s in your core. Starting out as a kid, I didn’t even have a guitar. I couldn’t afford one. I was living in Hungary where people make $100 a month – so I made one from a coffee table and some old broken guitar parts.
“When you become that person who’s pushed and shoved and learned how to get ahead, you don’t want to stop. We worked for years and years just to get on the racecourse. Now that we’re here, we don’t want to take our foot off the gas pedal; we want to floor it.
“We want to write the soundtrack to your life. We want to write those songs that 10 or 15 years down the line you hear on the radio and say, ‘Oh, man, I remember that summer!’ Our stage show is already pretty massive, yeah. But we want to go out there like Rammstein.”
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