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Evanescence & Halestorm Announce Fall Tour Openers

Opening acts have been announced for Evanescence and Halestorm’s Fall 2021 tour: Plush (plushrocks.net) will be joining for the first leg, and Lilith Czar (lilithczar.com) will be joining for the second. Tour dates (with opening acts indicated) below.

Evanescence and Halestorm are returning to the concert stage in the US this fall. Produced by Live Nation, the tour will kick off Friday, November 5th, in Portland, OR, and take the bands to arenas across the country before wrapping up in the Northeast right before the holidays. Tickets and limited VIP packages are on sale now at LiveNation.com.

The tour will bring together two of the top women in rock — Amy Lee and Lzzy Hale — for a truly badass experience night after night. Close friends as well as close collaborators, just last year, Lzzy performed back-up vocals on Evanescence’s “Use My Voice,” and Amy joined Lzzy on a new version of Halestorm’s “Break In.” In addition to new music and the biggest hits from both women, the shows will highlight their personal bond and the music that’s come of it.

Amy Lee said: “Words can’t express how excited we are to go back on tour with our friends and rock out again. We’ve been building this new music in isolation for over a year and dreaming of what it will be like to finally play it live, and to experience it together with our fans for the first time. We can’t wait to see you there!”

Lzzy Hale said of the upcoming tour: “We have all been mourning the loss of live music, and patiently waiting, looking toward an uncertain future. Finally the future looks bright and I can’t think of a better way to break the silence than with our dear friends in Evanescence. I can only imagine how it will feel to step on stage again night after night, and reconnect with all of the fans whom I’ve missed so much. Get ready for intense emotions, loud performances, and a newly exhilarated energy unlike any tour we’ve experienced in the past. Looking forward to seeing you all!”

The Bitter Truth debuted in March as the #1 Current Rock and Alternative album in the US, and the band will bring audiences a high-octane rock energy to match the album, which The LA Times hailed as their “fiercest songs to date.” Consequence of Sound said of The Bitter Truth, “Amy Lee and company triumphantly return … and it’s certainly worth the wait,” and the shows with Halestorm this winter will further prove it.

Dates below with more to be announced soon. For the latest ticket and VIP information, please visit www.evanescence.com

Grammy-winning Halestorm are currently in Rock Falcon Studios, working diligently on their upcoming fifth album (and follow up to 2018’s Vicious) with Nick Raskulinecz. The band recently released their rendition of The Who’s “Long Live Rock” in conjunction with the documentary of the same name. Hale just completed filming of the inaugural season of Hit Parader’s new music competition show NO COVER, appearing as a celebrity judge alongside Alice Cooper, Bishop Briggs, Gavin Rossdale, and Tosin Abasi. She also hosts A Year in Music for AXS TV; Season 4 premiered last week. The vocalist also appeared on the theme song for the Netflix film Thunder Force along with Corey Taylor, Scott Ian, and more. Recent Halestorm press highlights include Forbes, Psychology Today, Refinery 29, Alternative Press, Good Day New York, KTLA, and more. For additional news, tickets, and VIP package information, visit https://www.halestormrocks.com.

Evanescence and Halestorm 2021 Tour Dates:
Fri, Nov 5 – Portland, OR – Veterans Memorial Coliseum *
Sun, Nov 7 – Seattle, WA – Climate Pledge Arena *
Tues, Nov 9 – San Jose, CA – SAP Center at San Jose *
Fri, Nov 12 – Las Vegas, NV – The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas – The Chelsea *
Sat, Nov 13 – San Diego, CA – San Diego State University – Viejas Arena *
Mon, Nov 15 – Phoenix, AZ – Arizona Federal Theatre *
Sat, Nov 20 – Fort Worth, TX – Dickies Arena *
Thu, Dec 2 – Duluth, GA – Gas South Arena ^
Sun, Dec 5 – Saint Louis, MO – Saint Louis University – Chaifetz Arena ^
Sat, Dec 11 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena ^
Sun, Dec 12 – Cincinnati, OH – Heritage Bank Center ^
Tue, Dec 14 – Pittsburgh, PA – University of Pittsburgh – Petersen Events Center ^
Wed, Dec 15 – Newark, NJ – Prudential Center ^
Fri, Dec 17 – Camden, NJ – BB&T Pavilion ^
Sat, Dec 18 – Worcester, MA – DCU Center ^

*PLUSH supports
^ Lilith Czar supports

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