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Godsmack Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 1,569,180
Category Rock, Hard Rock
Concerts
Apr
17
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Kansas City
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Apr
19
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Prior Lake
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Apr
20
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Gary
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Apr
22
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Madison
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Apr
23
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Cincinnati
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Apr
25
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Niagara Falls
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Apr
26
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Windsor
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Apr
27
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Mount Pleasant
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Apr
30
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Erie
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May
01
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Hershey
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May
03
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Atlantic City
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May
04
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Newark
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May
05
VIBEZ TOUR - AN INTIMATE EVENING WITH GODSMACK
Oxon Hill
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Jul
19
UPHEAVAL FESTIVAL 2024
Grand Rapids
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Jul
20
INKCARCERATION FESTIVAL 2024
Mansfield
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Jul
21
Turning Stone Resort Casino
Verona
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Jul
23
1st Summit Arena
Johnstown
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Jul
25
Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
Gilford
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Jul
26
Maine Savings Amphitheater
Bangor
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About Godsmack
Champions charge forward to meet any challenge head-on. No matter what, they never relent, tire, or slow down. Instead, they forge ahead. Enduring for over twenty-five years, Godsmack consistently break records, crush expectations, and leave everything on tape and on the stage. Like any proud Bostonians, they shout down adversity, flip a big middle finger to the naysayers, and never compromise. It’s why they continue to sell out arenas. It’s why they continue to dominate radio and streaming. It’s why they continue to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with some of the most successful rock bands in history. The quartet—Sully Erna [vocals, guitar], Tony Rombola [guitar], Robbie Merrill [bass], and Shannon Larkin [drums]—maintain a breakneck pace. Among numerous accolades, the boys notched ten number one singles on both the Billboard Mainstream and Active Rock charts and achieved a total of 24 Top 10 hits at Active Rock (the most of any act since February 1999). Beyond selling over 20 million records worldwide, receiving four GRAMMY® Award nominations, and winning “Rock Artist of the Year” at the Billboard Music Awards, they bowed at #1 on the Billboard Top 200 three consecutive times, placing them in elite company with Van Halen, U2, Metallica, Dave Matthews Band, and Linkin Park. So, how did a group of guys from blue-collar towns and backgrounds around New England and beyond pull this off? “It was just a matter of pushing through and not quitting”, answers Sully. “That’s the moral of this whole story. You can’t give up—ever. If you don’t quit, you’ll get an opportunity. Maybe it’s a New England mentality. In the area we’re from, we’re taught to work hard. We work through snow storms. We’re on ladders nailing down roofs in the middle of the winter and pouring concrete until our hands are cracked and bleeding. You’re groomed to be tough. That toughness comes out in anything you do. For us, it was music. With the life I had growing up the way I did in the streets of Lawrence, it’s no wonder there’s an edge. It’s all reflected in the songs.” Thankfully, Sully never quit. After grinding it out as a drummer in “failure after failure and broken band after broken band”, he decided to change course. He figured out how to sing, write lyrics, and play guitar, piano, and harmonica. In between a day job, he added one skill after another to the toolbox and made a decision. “I decided, ‘I’m going to do this again, but I’m going to do it my way’”, he exclaims. “I transitioned from drums to singing. It was a different puzzle to figure out, but I was ready for it.” In February 1995, he reached out to Robbie Merrill. Shortly after, he found Tony Rombola “ripping Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, and Alice In Chains covers at a bar in New Hampshire”, he grins. The four-piece threw down at countless early gigs in the kinds of clubs, bars, and dives where a biker doesn’t wait for the bartender to turn off the A/C… “After a biker requested to turn the A/C down and was denied by the bartender, he pulled out a gun and shot the air conditioner”, chuckles Sully. “I’ll never forget that for as long as I live. We were setting up on stage, we heard the gun go off, and looked up to see the bartender ducking and a hole in the A/C unit. That’s the vibe.” By 1997, they scrounged up enough cash to record the storied All Wound Up demo. Iconic radio station WAAF spun “Keep Away” and fueled sales at local record store chain Newbury Comics. By the time, the group added “Whatever” to the demo as a single on a second disc, the song took over airwaves. CDs flew off the shelves as they went from selling 5 copies a month to eventually 1,000 copies a week. Multiple labels took notice, but the guys settled on Republic Records. The label reintroduced All Wound Up as the self-titled Godsmack in 1998. The record eventually went 5X platinum on the strength of singles such as “Whatever” ,“Keep Away”, “Bad Religion” and “Voodoo”. They played Woodstock 99, toured alongside Ozzy Osbourne, Pantera, and Black Sabbath on OZZfest and graduated from clubs to theaters on their own. Recording out of a warehouse in Haverhill, MA, they delivered Awake in 2000. Not only did it crash the Billboard Top 200 at #5, but it garnered the band their first GRAMMY® nod for “Vampires”. Meanwhile, the title track “Awake” soundtracked a ubiquitous campaign for the U.S. Navy. As the album reached double-platinum status, they mounted their first headline arena tour with sellouts coast-to-coast and larger-than-life production that would become a signature. “If you really watch the production, it reflects exactly where I was in my life,” Sully goes. “The vision you see on stage mirrors the emotions I was going through. We had big castle walls, gargoyles, and flames. It was gothic. It was dark. It was heavy.” During 2002, they contributed “I Stand Alone” to the Original Motion Picture Soundtrack for The Scorpion King starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson who openly praised the tune. It went on to land two GRAMMY® Award nominations. 2003 represented a serious turning point. Godsmack welcomed Shannon Larkin behind the kit, adding another dynamic and dimension to the sound. The ensuing album Faceless marked the group’s first #1 entry on the Billboard Top 200 as they supported Metallica on tour in 2004 and went platinum again. “We got Shannon and created Faceless, and there was a new birth of Godsmack”, Sully recalls. “That’s when the real party started. The journey from recording through touring was insane.” The gold-selling IV with the late co-producer Andy Johns—renowned for his work with Led Zeppelin—also debuted at #1 in 2006. Running at full speed into another decade, 2010’s The Oracle rounded out a trifecta of number one albums and achieved a gold certification. Four years later, 1000hp revved up to #3 on the Billboard Top 200 as the city of Boston christened August 6 “Godsmack Day”. During 2018, Godsmack jumpstarted another era. Signing to BMG, they unleashed their seventh album, When Legends Rise. It rose to #8 on the Billboard Top 200 and captured #1 on the Top Rock Albums Chart, Top Hard Music Albums Chart, Top Independent Albums Chart, and Top Alternative Albums Chart. “Under Your Scars”, “When Legends Rise”, “Unforgettable” and “Bulletproof” reached #1 at rock radio. The latter took home a gold plaque (unprecedented for any rock band in this day and age), stood out as “the most-played song at rock radio in 2018”, and received a nomination for “Rock Song of the Year” at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards. A year later, they would be nominated for “Rock Artist of the Year” at the iHeartRadio Music Awards. “It was time for us to try something new”, observes Sully. “We went in a fresh direction on this last album. We’re really like brothers again. We overcame so many obstacles and are so tight now. We have each other’s backs. Everyone trusts one another. We’re playing music, because we just love to play music. It’s like the days when we played in our garages. When Legends Rise encompassed a metaphor for where we are. Life knocks you down over and over again. Everything continuously burns to the ground, but a phoenix rises from the ashes. It’s about being able to reach down inside of yourself, find your inner strength, and rise above. When you do that, you create epic things. We’re proud to have gotten to the other side through the industry changing and all of these storms. We never quit.” They never will either. What does the future hold for Godsmack? Well, certainly more music and touring in addition to a forthcoming documentary on Sully’s life up until the breakthrough of the group. However, he and the boys keep their heads up as they look towards the future. “With the exception of having my daughter, Godsmack is probably what I take the most pride in”, he leaves off. “It’s the longest relationship I’ve ever been able to sustain. I’m so proud, because we’ve worked through the ugliest of moments and had the best of moments. We’ve literally lived together, laughed together, and cried together. We fought with each other and for each other. It’s been a hell of a ride. We’re still not sure where it’s going. We don’t know what this thing looks like, how it ends, and if it ends. We’re just enjoying the sunset right now. We know we’re at a place where if everything ended tomorrow, I think we could easily look at each other, give one another a big hug, and walk away with nothing to be ashamed of. That wasn’t always the case. We’re finally at a place where there would be sadness if it ended, but in a happy way, because there have been so many good memories and we’ve accomplished so much. I really think we could give each other a big hug and say, ‘Man, nice fucking run’ .” — Rick Florino, June 2020
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Genres
Rock, Hard Rock
Band members
Shannon Larkin -Drums & Concussions, Robbie Merrill - 4 String Thing, Sully Erna - Vocals & Stuff, Tony Rombola - Guitar & Vocals
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What fans are saying
Skye
5 / 5
Excellent show!! Really good set mix of both heavy and acoustic tunes. The venue is absolutely stunning and extremely clean. Being an old Shakespearean theater the isn't a bad seat in the house! My only small "complaint", if it can even be called that, is that the show was quite short compared to other shows I've seen. They hit the stage at 8pm and we're off the stage at 9:30pm. Still, looking forward to seeing them again next time they're in town! Definitely recommend others see this show in a small venue - the intimate setting really amped the crowd as we all had close seats 👍
Tennessee Theatre Knoxville, TN
Mar 02, 2024
Wood
5 / 5
I've seen Godsmack perform Live at least 8 times since 2006, and at various styled venues. The show, rather the entire experience itself was to say the least "astounding". First and foremost, the staff needs to be recognized for their supreme level of professionalism while still ensuring safety & security at all times. Very Impressed Indeed!!! The show itself rocked. Not even one single note of ANY feedback what so ever. The sound clarity was superb. The lighting, pyro, and all of the crazy creative rigging done for this production was just amazing. I WILL be back... Thank You for an amazing evening of entertainment. Respectfully, Wood
Ameris Bank Amphitheatre Alpharetta, GA
Sep 30, 2019
Leanne
5 / 5
Hands down best concert I have ever been too & I traveled from out of state to see and it was totally worth it! Sully Erna is incredibly talented playing everything from guitar, drums, piano and vocals. I loved the introduction of having one of the Beastie Boys mixing songs at the beginning of the venue and I was so touched by the song he wrote about losing a loved one to suicide. My son lost a close friend to suicide this past summer and this song really touched my heart. Absolutely top notch show.
The Dollar Loan Center Henderson, NV
Oct 02, 2022
Alexia
5 / 5
I have not been to a Godsmack concert in awhile and so glad I decided to attend this concert. May have been the best Godsmack concert i have ever been to. Def did NOT disappoint. It made me want to attend another concert but they are heading out of my area. Thank you, guys. You have no idea how much I needed this. Just went through 6 months of pure hell and you brought me out of my funk. Love you guys. See you in April @ AZBIKE WEEK. Can't wait. April can't some soon enough. Alexia Butterworth
Bakkt Theater Las Vegas, NV
Aug 28, 2023
Todd
5 / 5
Absolutely unbelievable show! These guys sounded amazing and the music was ridiculously good. I dare anyone to find a show that had better presentation and sounded as great as this one. Sully put on an outstanding show musically and vocally. Shannon is easily one of the best drummer me I have ever seen. Robbie and Tony make everything look effortless and yet every song has impeccable Godsmack bass and guitar. I am so happy I got to see this show. One of the best shows I’ve seen in a very long time.
Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion Gilford, NH
Aug 24, 2018
Felicia
5 / 5
It was one HELL of a show!! 💚💚💚💣💥🔥🎸 I could die happy after having seen that one! After Shinedown, I was thinking Godsmack had a hard act to follow... with some flame action with loud pops when they came on... but Godsmack had BIGGER flames! 🔥 Cannon BOOMS! 💣💥 And somehow they were louder. And Shinedown was pretty loud as it was. I was 3/4 of the way back from the stage and we could FEEL the HEAT from Godsmack's flames. 🔥🔥🔥 It was bad-ass amazing.
Greensboro Coliseum Complex Greensboro, NC
Jan 26, 2019
Lacey
5 / 5
First off, one of my husband's, our 12 yr old daughter's, and MY favorite bands. We bought tickets for her birthday in December for this show. Our Daughter was so ECSTATIC! It was the best show I could have taken her to. Even though our seats were on the top floor, everything was amazing. I was so glad to be able to share the love of music that we listen to daily with her. Looking forward to seeing them again when they make their way into Texas again!
Majestic Theatre San Antonio, TX
Mar 31, 2024
Tod
5 / 5
Amazing show from start to finish! Stitched Up Heart opened the show with a mix of hard hitting new songs and some favorites from their Never Alone CD. The Beaumont crowd was more than ready when Godsmack hit the stage, playing all of their hits in addition to several new songs from their latest release. Of course the dual drum solo is always a highlight of any Godsmack show and this night was no exception! Sully Erna and his crew owned that stage!
Ford Pavilion Beaumont, TX
Apr 12, 2019
Corey
5 / 5
Great show as always from godsmack, not a volbeat kinda guy but they also put on a good live show. Godsmack seems to have gotten tighter and faster, which is insane considering how goid they've been for 20 years. Hated the VIP special floor spots being roped off for them, it's not enough that theg get in early and get to meet the band? We waited outside for an hour in the rain just to be discarded once we got inside, stupid.
Armory Minneapolis, MN
Apr 24, 2019
Addie
5 / 5
It was the best music ever! They are the most gifted and amazing musicians to ever walk this earth! My very favorite band by far, bar none! I wish I could hang out with Sully and the rest of the band mates and listen to them jam . Godsmacks music speaks to me like ñ else in this whole world, I can listen to them all of the time! I sure hope they will come back and play here in Phoenix, AZ again soon!!!
Talking Stick Resort Amphitheatre Phoenix, AZ
May 07, 2023
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Godsmack Tour Cities
Mansfield, OH Hershey, PA Prior Lake, MN Johnstown, PA Mount Pleasant, MI Gary, IN Madison, WI Atlantic City, NJ Gilford, NH Grand Rapids, MI Oxon Hill, MD Bangor, ME Niagara Falls, ON Cincinnati, OH Verona, NY Newark, NJ Erie, PA Windsor, ON Kansas City, MO

Frequently Asked Questions About Godsmack

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Godsmack on tour?

Yes, Godsmack is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Godsmack concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Godsmack tour is scheduled for 19 dates across 19 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Godsmack scheduled to play?

Godsmack is scheduled to play 19 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Godsmack tour start?

Godsmack’s tour starts Apr 17, 2024 and ends on Jul 26, 2024. They will play 19 cities; their most recent concert was held in Kansas City at Arvest Bank Theatre At the Midland and their next upcoming concert will be in Hershey at Hershey Theatre.

What venues is Godsmack performing at?

As part of the Godsmack tour, Godsmack is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 17 - Kansas City, MO @ Arvest Bank Theatre At the Midland
Apr 19 - Prior Lake, MN @ Mystic Lake Casino Hotel
Apr 20 - Gary, IN @ Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana
Apr 22 - Madison, WI @ Orpheum Theater
Apr 23 - Cincinnati, OH @ The Andrew J Brady Music Center
Apr 25 - Niagara Falls, ON @ Fallsview Casino Resort
Apr 26 - Windsor, ON @ The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor
Apr 27 - Mount Pleasant, MI @ Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
Apr 30 - Erie, PA @ Warner Theatre
May 01 - Hershey, PA @ Hershey Theatre
May 03 - Atlantic City, NJ @ Ovation Hall
May 04 - Newark, NJ @ New Jersey Performing Arts Center
May 05 - Oxon Hill, MD @ The Theater at MGM National Harbor
Jul 19 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Belknap Park
Jul 20 - Mansfield, OH @ Ohio State Reformatory
Jul 21 - Verona, NY @ Turning Stone Resort Casino
Jul 23 - Johnstown, PA @ 1st Summit Arena
Jul 25 - Gilford, NH @ Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion
Jul 26 - Bangor, ME @ Maine Savings Amphitheater
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