Monster Energy’s Rock Allegiance Tour, Featuring Volbeat, HIM, All That Remains and Airbourne, Announces First Round of Dates
Monster Energy’s Rock Allegiance Tour, featuring four game-changing rock bands from four different countries, with Volbeat, HIM, All That Remains and Airbourne on the bill, has announced the first round of tour dates.
“The fans have made our North American visits thus far this year great fun and truly memorable,” Volbeat frontman Michael Poulsen said. “We are looking forward to headlining Monster Energy’s Rock Allegiance festival tour this summer, and sharing the stage with HIM, All That Remains and Airbourne.”
Danish superstars Volbeat, who have enjoyed No. 1 status at active rock radio, will share the stage with HIM, a cult favorite from Finland whose fans are disciple-like in their devotion. All That Remains have scratched and clawed their way out of Massachusetts and rocketed up the radio charts over the past half-decade, all the while keeping a firm foothold in the hard rock/metal scene. Airbourne have been making a name for themselves ever since emerging from Australia, armed with plenty of riffs and just as much attitude.
Watch the tour promo spot below:
The first round of dates are below. Tickets for these shows go on sale on Friday, May 17. For ticket information, go here.
8/24 – Twin Lakes, Wis. | Shadow Hill Ranch Festival
8/31 – Tulsa, Okla. | Convention Center
9/3 – Salt Lake City, Utah | Maverick Centre
9/4 – Las Vegas, Nev. | The Joint at the Hard Rock
9/6 – Seattle, Wash. | KISW Pain in the Grass
9/19 – Houston, Texas | Bayou Music Center
9/22 – Atlanta, Ga. | Tabernacle
9/27 – Boston, Ma. | Tsongas Arena
9/28 – Brooklyn, N.Y. | Brooklyn Waterfront
More dates will be announced after Memorial Day Weekend, so be on the lookout for further details, date and information soon.
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