Now this is probably going to be one of the most interesting pairings of the summer based on each performers unique presentation. Check out the full press release and dates for the co-headlining run by Amy Lee and Evanescence and Lindsey Stirling.
The Press Release:
Transcendent, two-time GRAMMY® Award-winning rock band Evanescence and acclaimed Billboard Award-winning electronic violinist Lindsey Stirling today announce their co-headlining 2018 summer amphitheater tour across North America. The tour, produced by Live Nation, will kick off July 6 in Kansas City, MO at the Starlight Theatre and will make stops in 31 North American cities. The trek will wrap September 8 in Ridgefield, WA at the Sunlight Supply Amphitheater.
Artists’ pre-sales will begin tomorrow (Wednesday, March 7) at 10am local time. Tickets for the tour will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, March 9 at 10am local time at LiveNation.com. Evanescence will offer a limited number of VIP packages for purchase that include premium seating, attending sound check and a champagne toast with Evanescence. Visit Evanescence.com for full details. Lindsey Stirling will also offer a limited number of VIP packages for purchase that include premium seating, a pre-show party, and exclusive merchandise. Visit LindseyStirling.com for full details. VIP Packages will go on sale tomorrow (Wednesday, March 7) at 10:00 am local time.
Both artist’s shows will be accompanied by a full orchestra, highlighting both acts musicality and their incredible performance abilities that continue to blow fans away. The orchestrated performances will also perfectly accent the astounding amphitheater venues across the U.S. and Canada that the two will be performing in, making for a magical summer evening.
Just a short while ago, Evanescence announced some upcoming Fall 2016 tour dates on their Official Facebook Page and Website. There was no poster along with the disclosure but we have an updated band photo which you can see below. Check it out and see if the group is coming to a venue near you.
We are excited to announce our upcoming Fall tour dates across the United States! A limited number of VIP packages will be available in each city and our pre-sale starts tomorrow. Stay tuned here for more details. Tickets go on-sale this Friday!
The Tour Dates:
10/28 South Side Ballroom @ Dallas, TX
10/30 Diamond Ballroom @ Oklahoma City, OK
11/1 ACL Live at the Moody Theater @ Austin, TX
11/3 Majestic Theatre @ San Antonio, TX
11/5 Revention Music Center @ Houston, TX
11/6 Saenger Theatre @ New Orleans, LA
11/9 Saenger Theatre @ Mobile, AL
11/10 St Augustine Amphitheater@ Saint Augustine, FL
11/13 The Fillmore at Jackie Gleason @ Miami Beach, FL
11/15 The Fillmore Charlotte @ Charlotte, NC
11/16 Peace Concert Hall @ Greenville, SC
11/18 The Fillmore @ Silver Spring, MD
11/19 Harrah’s Atlantic City Concert Venue@ Atlantic City, NJ
11/22 The Wellmont Theatre @ Montclair, NJ
11/23 The Paramount @ Huntington, NY
PiercingMetal Thoughts: Wow no NYC huh? Oh well, that’s a bit of a bummer for Big Apple music fans but its a really good excuse to go to check out this Wellmont Theatre that has been hosting shows for awhile now. I’ve not seen Evanescence in a number of years so would really be interested in this one. What do you readers think? Are you fans and will you be hitting the ticket providers when they become available? Let me know in the comments section.
Artist: Korn Title: “Unplugged” Label: Virgin Records Release Date: 3/6/2007 Genre: Hard Rock Rating: 3.5/5
If you have listened to Korn in the past then you know full well the level of angst-ridden Nu Metal that they are capable of. Now captured in the ever-popular unplugged format that MTV launched we find the band changing things up a little bit as they present an entirely different sound to their established tunes. I admit that I was unsure how this would actually work because Korn music is on the aggressive and angry side for the most part. However with the unplugged versions we find singer Jonathan Davis keeping himself a little more sedate and calmer than many of his fans ever would expect him. His pitch does raise up as needed for the choruses of songs like “Falling Away From Me” and “Freak On A Leash” of course but primarily he keeps his vocals very understated. As far as concerts like this go there are some surprises to be found for the listener and the first such instance comes in the presence of Amy Lee, lead singer of Evanescence, who helps out with “FOAL”. I don’t know how she became involved in this performance and wondered if it was primarily because of her popularity with her main band as opposed to any other reason. She does add some nice high notes to the track just the same. Can an Evanescence Unplugged be far behind I am left wondering. The next surprise is their cover of the Radiohead classic “Creep” which Davis dedicates to all the kids and adults who had ever been picked on in life. They do a good job of it but I always prefer the original to any other presentation when it comes to this song as no one seems to capture it as good as Radiohead did. Continue reading “MTV Unplugged” by Korn→
We caught the sold out show by Evanescence at the Hammerstein Ballroom and that show report was discussed HERE for those who didn’t see it yet. Now let’s check out the full gallery of concert photos that were snapped.
Artist: Evanescence Venue: Hammerstein Ballroom (New York, NY) Opener: Revelation Theory Date: 10/9/2006 Label: Wind-Up Records
Much to the delighted screams of thousands of fans the one and only Evanescence has returned to New York City for a sold out performance at The Hammerstein Ballroom. No, you are not misreading things as Evanescence was finally back and it was time for everyone to get a little Gothic. Judging by the attending audience this would be entirely possible this evening for everywhere you looked where younger versions of Amy Lee. Evanescence has a mixed audience in terms of age range and tonight it seemed as though a lot of parents were going to see what their kids listened to first hand by choosing not to wait outside but instead would try their hand inside the venue amidst the fans en masse. I think it is great when the folks make an effort to see what kind of music the kids listen to, whether they understand or like it or not. Opening the show was Revelation Theory who I walked in on the last song or three of. They were not doing much for me at that late stage but they did do an impressive rendition of “Hunger Strike” the popular tune by Temple Of The Dog.