Avenged Sevenfold Spring Tour2014-02-19 by Jaime Silva | 17 Comments
|Popular heavy metal/hard rock band Avenged Sevenfold announced a spring headlining tour today with hard rock supergroup Hellyeah as support. The band also announced that they will be playing Rockstar Energy's Mayhem Festival this summer.|
The dates for the spring tour with Hellyeah are as follows:
04/12 Dawson Creek, BC @ EnCana Events Centre
04/13 Prince George, BC @ CN Centre
04/16 Moose Jaw, SK @ Mosaic Place
04/17 Edmonton, AB @ Shaw Conference Centre
04/19 Winnipeg, MB @ MTS Center
04/21 Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center
04/23 Huntsville, AL @ Von Braun Center
04/25 Tampa, FL @ St. Pete Times Forum
04/26 Jacksonville, FL @ Welcome to Rockville
04/28 Lafayette, LA @ Cajundome
04/30 Hollywood, FL @ Hard Rock Live
05/02 Virginia Beach, VA @ Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach
05/03 Charlotte, NC @ Carolina Rebellion
05/06 Knoxville, TN @ Knoxville Civic Coliseum
05/08 Hershey, PA @ Giant Center
05/10 Bangor, ME @ Rise Above Fest
05/12 Quebec City, QC @ Colisee Pepsi Arena
05/13 Montreal, QC @ Bell Centre
05/15 Syracuse, NY @ Oncenter Complex
05/17 Columbus, OH @ Rock on the Range
Original story: http://www.metalinsider.net/touring/avenged-sevenfold-announce-tour-hellyeah-to-open
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Amazingly good live band
so excited, probably the best band ever
saw them 3 times already. think im gonna skip this one
Digging: Red Hot Chili Peppers - Blood Sugar Sex Magik
Pretty good live show. Too bad most of their music is terrible.
Amazing live band, shitty album band.
None of these dates are coming here, but Mayhem is. I saw them on Uproar twice and they were great the first time, eh the second. I might still go if the rest of Mayhem is good. Hopefully their set isn't too heavy on Hail to the King
I didn't know anything happen in Dawson Creek.
My old stomping grounds in Hollywood, ill be there.
Not interesed after the mediocre ste list of the recent shows, saw them twice and the setlist
was far better material and save me ruled hard. Sadly they went downhill hard with hail to the king
thought hell yeah broke up?
Was everyone in this thread dropped on their heads recently?
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I'd be totally psyched for this if they were coming anywhere near Boston, weren't all douchebags, and had made any decent music in the last decade. Oh well.
At first I was surprised not to see the NW on that list. But honestly, I've seen em twice and watched a lot of concerts online. The truth is, when you've seen one show live you've seen em all. This band plays basically the exact same songs every single time they play a show. Until, the switch up the set list, I won't go again.
The best part when i saw Avenged Sevenfold was when they encored on 2 songs from Waking the Fallen an all the people in their late 20's early 30's started moshing.
This band sucks. Saw them live a bunch of times in the early 2000's playing stuff off of Sounding the
Seventh Trumpet and Waking the Fallen. The band had a great stage presence. Now they're just a shitty
band that sounds like a cover band that plays local bars on the weekends.
I'm sorry, I can't be a 26 year old male and listen to metal made for 13 year old girls.
Now they're just a shitty band that sounds like a cover band that plays local bars on the weekends.
have you seen them live recently? as shitty as they are now they still put on a hell of a show
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