Cult Philly faves Silvertide have been dusting off the road rust and returning to the live realm. The band has confirmed that it will play two shows in Detroit this September – each special in their own way.

The original lineup is set to take the stage at the Machine Shop, nestled in Flint, Mich., on Sept. 6 and 7. The first gig will find the band performing its debut album 'Show & Tell' from front to back. The second show will mix things up a bit, as the band will perform old songs, B-sides, rarities and more. The group will also debut some new tracks, as well. So both nights will be a treat for the Silvertide faithful.

All tickets come with VIP status and include a meet and greet with the band, post-show. Tickets for both shows go on sale on July 13.

Silvertide formed in 2001, released 'Show & Tell' in 2004 and then took a break in 2006. They are currently working on brand new music with producer David Ivory, who lists Halestorm on his resume. He also produced 'Show & Tell.'

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