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Sevendust

Sevendust Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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Followers 552,723
Category Metal
Concerts
Apr
26
Sick New World Sideshow
Las Vegas
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Apr
27
Sick New World 2024
Las Vegas
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Apr
28
The Complex
Salt Lake City
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Apr
30
The Midway
San Francisco
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May
02
Roseland Theater
Portland
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May
03
McDonald Theatre
Eugene
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May
04
Temple Theatre
Tacoma
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May
05
Vogue Theatre
Vancouver
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May
07
Midway
Edmonton
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May
09
Grey Eagle Event Centre
Tsuut'ina
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May
10
Knitting Factory Concert House
Spokane
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May
11
Knitting Factory Concert House
Boise
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May
13
The Newberry
Great Falls
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May
15
The District
Sioux Falls
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May
16
Steelhouse Omaha
Omaha
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May
17
Five Flags Center
Dubuque
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May
18
Myth Live
Maplewood
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Jun
21
Gem City Concert Series
Quincy
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Jul
18
Rock Fest 2024
Cadott
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Jul
19
Upheaval 2024
Grand Rapids
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Jul
20
INKCARCERATION FESTIVAL 2024
Mansfield
Tickets
Aug
03
Streator Fest 2024
Streator
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Sep
26
Louder Than Life 2024
Louisville
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Oct
10
Aftershock 2024
Sacramento
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About Sevendust
You don’t have to change everything. However, realigning can be the healthiest remedy after nearly two decades in the music business. Going into their eleventh full-length album, Kill The Flaw [7 Bros. Records/ADA Label Services], Sevendust changed a lot around them regarding the infrastructure of their organization, but they didn’t alter what matters the most—the music. Following their first significant break (two months) since forming, the Atlanta group—Lajon Witherspoon [lead vocals], Clint lowery [lead guitar, backing vocals], John Connolly [rhythm guitar, backing vocals], Vince Hornsby [bass], and Morgan Rose [drums]—entered their new creative hub, Architekt Studios in Butler, New Jersey, completely inspired and invigorated. “For the first time in our careers, the avenues were swept off with all of the trash we had on them before,” admits Lajon. “We didn’t have certain people’s hands in our pockets or helicoptering the situation to what they thought it should be. We took a lot of things in our own control. As a result, it’s a new chapter for us.” “That’s why the record is called Kill The Flaw,” explains Clint. “It’s basically about cutting off the baggage from your life and career and trimming down the excess that holds you back. We’ve had a lot of struggles with the industry. We changed everything about our business. It’s a rebirth in a sense, as far as what we want to do, how we’re going to do it, and who we’re going to it with. We’ve learned from our mistakes.” There were a few other significant changes as well. Instead of holing up in a hotel, Lajon, Clint, and John rented a house together. The sessions became “24-hour” as the guys cooked breakfast together, hit the gym, and then locked themselves in the studio until midnight every day for five weeks. They also penned the music alongside one another in the studio, jamming everything out in the same room. “It made everything feel like it did when we first started,” smiles Lajon. “We went in, sat down, looked at each other, picked up the instruments, and began rocking out. Recording like an actual group gave everything more substance.” “I wanted to embrace what Sevendust is,” declares Clint. “It’s the contrast of the melodic vocal over a very percussive, heavy musical landscape. That’s what we’ve always done. That’s one of those things our fan base really connected to. They’re our life’s blood. There’s no question. We allow our fans to have more of a voice than other bands. We love putting out records that people can say, ‘This what they do. This is the type of band I want to support.’” The first single and album opener “Thank You” upholds the pillars of their signature style with a buoyant guitar groove, bombastic drums, and soulfully striking refrain. “There’s always someone trying to keep you down,” sighs Lajon. “At the end of the day, that negativity makes you stronger. You’re still going. It says, ‘Thank you for putting me down. Thank you for making me work harder. Thank you for hating!’” Meanwhile, “Death Dance” builds from an eerie clean guitar into a towering distorted verse that’s as robust as it is raw. Everything converges on an undeniable vocal chant during the chorus. “That’s the summer dance jam right there,” chuckles Lajon. “It’s based around the social media era we’re in with all of its vanity and ego,” reveals Clint. “We all get caught up in it. People try to enhance their looks without putting any energy towards giving back. The dead are society staring at their iPhones. You’ve got to see the world. You can’t look at a screen for that.” Then, there’s “Not Today,” which is equally stirring and soaring with its six-string beatdown and vulnerably vibrant vocals. “That’s another one about change,” continues Clint. “It’s us as a band basically making a choice to change who we work with and how we do what we do. It’s us addressing things that have stopped that from happening. You’re lashing out at someone and explaining how you’re going to be a different version of yourself.” Thankfully, they’re still Sevendust through and through, and that’s what forged one of hard rock’s most diehard audiences. 2014’s acoustic offering Time Traveler’s & Bonfires saw an overwhelming response from that community, being quickly funded through a highly successful PledgeMusic campaign. Just a year prior, Black Out The Sun entered Billboard’s Top Hard Music Albums chart at #1 and landed at #18 on the Top 200. They kicked off their illustrious career with an untouchable string of three gold albums, beginning with their self-titled 1997 debut and continuing with Home in 1999 and Animosity in 2001. Along the way, they’ve sold out shows everywhere and given unforgettable performances at the likes of Rock On The Range, Woodstock, OZZfest, and Shiprocked! to name a few. However, the new chapter starts now. “I hope people know we’re the real deal,” concludes Lajon. “That’s the most important thing. There’s substance here. That’s why everybody keeps coming back, and we’re beyond thankful for that.” “I want everybody to walk away surprised,” Clint leaves off. “I hope it’s better than they imagined, and they get this reassurance that we’re all connected. We want to give people fresh, quality music. I hope they feel prideful they’ve stuck with us through all of these years.” — Rick Florino, July 2015
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Genres
Metal
Band members
Lajon Witherspoon (lead vocals), John Connolly (guitar, vocals), Vince Hornsby (bass), Morgan Rose (drums, vocals), Clint Lowery (guitar vocals)
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What fans are saying
Denis
5 / 5
Such an amazing atmosphere. It was emotional and such a highlight when Sevendust came on stage. It has been 11 years since they were last in the UK. Definitely hope to see them again in the UK real soon. As for the support bands; All that Remains and Blind Channel, all I can say is great job being the first time I've seen either band, but obviously, Sevendust won me over...😎😎
Electric Brixton London, United Kingdom
Dec 03, 2018
Melissa
5 / 5
Ive been waiting 15+ years to see you in NYC. Loved watching you live and was close to the stage. Lajon is so personable and easygoing. His voice has always been hypnotizing! The band didnt disappoint playing my favorite album that means the world to me. I wish the merch available at the venue was on your site. Great experience! Please come back and especially to Staten Island, NY. +vibes!
Palladium Ballroom New York City, NY
Nov 11, 2022
Tom
5 / 5
SEVENDUST Is A GREAT Band LIVE!!! They're Some Of The Nicest Guys I Know,I've Known Them Since 1997 And I Was Very Excited That They Were Coming To My Hometown,Very Surprised That They Were Opening Up For Another Band.The Palace Is An OUTSTANDING Venue,The Sound Is Amazing,And The Decor Is SPECTACULAR,The Staff Is Very Nice And Helpful As Well,To See A Show At This Venue Is A MUST SEE!!! ♥️
The Louisville Palace Louisville, KY
May 12, 2023
Sean
3 / 5
I gotta say they sounded good after finally seeing them after all these years when I used to listen to them in middle/high school. Wish they played more from home (only played Denial) and played nothing from Animosity album:( That’s what happens when you see a band late in the game and they had to cancel their animosity date at Jannus due to a hurricane the year prior.
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa Tampa, FL
Feb 05, 2024
Natasha
5 / 5
I was just so happy to see such a packed house on account of the weather we ended up having that night. That just goes to show you these guys have loyal fans, me included. I love Sevendust and never miss a show if I can help it. They never disappoint and you can just tell the love is mutual. Can't wait to see them again in May!
Rams Head Live Baltimore, MD
Feb 12, 2019
Eric
5 / 5
One of the if not the best performance I’ve seen from Sevendust out of the dozen shows I’ve seen from them. I’ve never seen a bad show from them and everyone of them has been awesome. This one was my favorite 7D show hands down (and I’ve seen some great ones) Sound, song selection, stage lighting, energy. They freakin killed it in every way possible!
House of Blues Dallas Dallas, TX
Mar 07, 2022
Brian
5 / 5
Every time I go to a Sevendust show, I feel the emotion of the band. Lajon tears up seeing and feeling the love of the crowd. The energy of the fans is so thick, it feels like we are one large organism for an hour and a half. I never have a Better time at any other concert than a Sevendust concert!
The NorVa Norfolk, VA
Feb 13, 2019
Mitch.
4 / 5
Having been to over 20 Sevendust shows I always get excited to see them live. Last night was no different and the set list was perfect beginning to end! The venue is probably now one of my favorites to go to. Loved the set up and sound. Look forward to the next 7dust show and attending Buffalo RiverWorks again.
Buffalo RiverWorks Buffalo, NY
Feb 18, 2024
Julie
5 / 5
Omgosh! What an awesome "Pop Up" concert!! We were disappointed we were gonna miss Sevendust since they sold out, then my wishes were granted! AND Nonpoint! It's seen Non point several times previously in Dallas! The venue was great, we could see the band even though we were kind of hanging out by the wall! I'm just thrilled! We'll be back! 🎶💜🤘🌀✌️🌴🌞🌊🏖️
CLUB LA Destin, FL
Oct 02, 2022
Greg
4 / 5
Sevendust were a little rusty when the show started. The sound was off at first because I could barely here John's guitar. The venue is a cool place for shows but it was way too crowded. They had to over sell. The crowd was mixed lots of different ages. Then the worst part was all of the drunken mutants.
Madison Theater Covington, KY
Dec 29, 2022
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Sevendust Tour Cities
Eugene, OR Cadott, WI Streator, IL Sacramento, CA Great Falls, MT Glamorgan, AB Sioux Falls, SD Edmonton, AB San Francisco, CA Vancouver, BC Dubuque, IA Mansfield, OH Tacoma, WA Grand Rapids, MI Quincy, IL Maplewood, MN Salt Lake City, UT Portland, OR Boise, ID Omaha, NE Louisville, KY Las Vegas, NV Spokane, WA

Frequently Asked Questions About Sevendust

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Sevendust on tour?

Yes, Sevendust is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Sevendust concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Sevendust tour is scheduled for 24 dates across 23 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Sevendust scheduled to play?

Sevendust is scheduled to play 24 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Sevendust tour start?

Sevendust’s tour starts Apr 26, 2024 and ends on Oct 10, 2024. They will play 23 cities; their most recent concert was held in Las Vegas at Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort and their next upcoming concert will be in Cadott at Rock Fest.

What venues is Sevendust performing at?

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

2024 Tour Dates:

Apr 26 - Las Vegas, NV @ Pearl Concert Theater at Palms Casino Resort
Apr 27 - Las Vegas, NV @ Las Vegas Festival Grounds
Apr 28 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
Apr 30 - San Francisco, CA @ The Midway
May 02 - Portland, OR @ Roseland Theater
May 03 - Eugene, OR @ McDonald Theatre
May 04 - Tacoma, WA @ Temple Theatre
May 05 - Vancouver, BC @ Vogue Theatre
May 07 - Edmonton, AB @ Midway
May 09 - Tsuut'ina, AB @ Grey Eagle Event Centre
May 10 - Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory Concert House
May 11 - Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory Concert House
May 13 - Great Falls, MT @ The Newberry
May 15 - Sioux Falls, SD @ The District
May 16 - Omaha, NE @ Steelhouse Omaha
May 17 - Dubuque, IA @ Five Flags Center
May 18 - Maplewood, MN @ Myth Live
Jun 21 - Quincy, IL @ Lincoln Park
Jul 18 - Cadott, WI @ Rock Fest
Jul 19 - Grand Rapids, MI @ Belknap Park
Jul 20 - Mansfield, OH @ Ohio State Reformatory
Aug 03 - Streator, IL @ Streator Illinois
Sep 26 - Louisville, KY @ Highland Festival Grounds
Oct 10 - Sacramento, CA @ Discovery Park
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