Sevendust Announce October Tour With Red Sun Rising + Gemini Syndrome
Yes, you read that correctly: Sevendust will be embarking on another tour! This run, their fourth of the year in North America alone, will also see Red Sun Rising and Gemini Syndrome take the stage each night alongside the veteran rockers.
With just a nine-day break from their headlining run featuring Crobot, Wilson and Twelve Foot Ninja, the road warriors will likely keep most of their bags packed before setting out on a two- and-a-half week run, launching the trek from Dallas, Texas where the first night will feature a free show. From there, Sevendust will duck below the border into Mexico to perform at Knotfest before linking back up with their tourmates in the U.S. Ending just a night before Halloween, the tour wraps up in Spokane, Wash. on Oct. 30.
As Sevendust noted on their Facebook page, this will be the final leg of their tour in support of 2015’s Kill the Flaw. It’s been an impressive run with so many tours and the band’s first-ever GRAMMY nomination for the single, “Thank You.”
Excited about the jaunt, Gemini Syndrome said, “We are more than excited to be touring with our brothers in Sevendust again this fall. A great band, a great lineup, and great people. Come out and make this community bigger and better than it ever has been. The time is now.” The group will be promoting their freshly-released Memento Mori album.
Red Sun Rising will be touting their third record, Polyester Zeal, which was released last year. Tickets go on sale today at 12PM.
Sevendust, Red Sun Rising, Gemini Syndrome Tour Dates
10/12 — Dallas, Texas @ Bomb Factory (free show)
10/13 — Austin, Texas @ Empire Control Room
10/15 — Mexico City, Mexico @ Knotfest*
10/21 — Flagstaff, Ariz. @ Orpheum Theater
10/22 — Tempe, Ariz. @ The Marquee
10/24 — Las Vegas, Nev. @ Brooklyn Bowl
10/26 — Los Angeles, Calif. @ Belasco Theater
10/27 — Sacramento, Calif. @ Ace of Spades
10/29 — Portland, Ore. @ Hawthorne Theatre
10/30 — Spokane, Wash. @ Knitting Factory
* no Red Sun Rising or Gemini Syndrome
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