Avenged Sevenfold to Perform Free Show in San Jose, CA

Avenged Sevenfold have announced that they will be performing a free show at the HP Pavilion in San Jose, CA, on December 16. Fans who had tickets for the Rockstar Energy Drink Uproar Festival stop at the Shoreline Ampitheatre in Mountain View, CA, last month are guaranteed entrance and will get first pick of seats. A7X were forced to miss the Uproar show, and frontman M. Shadows says the band was eager to ensure Bay Area fans didn’t miss out on seeing them perform.

“We appreciate our fans so much and felt terrible that we had to miss the Uproar show in October,” Shadows says. ”We want to make it up to those in the Bay Area by adding this free show to our ‘Buried Alive’ tour and making sure that anyone who was supposed to see us that night in Northern California will get the best seats in the house.”

Those who purchased tickets for the Mountain View show will receive an e-mail with redemption details. Fans who purchased in cash or at the venue can click here and enter their e-mail address. These tickets will be available one week ahead of the general public beginning today at 10 a.m. PT.

Avenged Sevenfold kick off the “Buried Alive” tour, with Hollywood Undead, Black Veil Brides, and Asking Alexandria, on November 23. Dates below.

11/23 Ft. Meyers, FL, Germain Arena
11/25 Jacksonville, FL, Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
11/26 Augusta, GA, James Brown Arena
11/28 Huntsville, AL, Von Braun Center
11/29 Pikeville, KY, East Kentucky Expo Center
11/30 Ft. Wayne, IN, Allen County War Memorial
12/02 Madison, WI, Alliant Energy Center
12/03 Minneapolis, MN, Target Center                               
12/06 Green Bay, WI, Resch Center
12/07 Duluth, MN, Amsoil Arena
12/09 Grand Forks, ND, Alerus Center
12/10 Bismarck, ND, Bismarck Civic Center
12/12 Billings, MT, Metra Park Arena
12/13 Missoula, MT, Adams Center
12/16 San Jose, CA, HP Pavilion (free)
12/14 Yakima, WA, Sun Dome
12/17 Ontario, CA, Citizens Business Bank Arena

 

 

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