Five Finger Death Punch & Volbeat On The Biggest Rock Tour Of The Fall

The most awaited tour of the year kicks off TO SOLD-OUT SHOWS IN CEDAR RAPIDS, GRAND RAPIDS, AND LAS VEGAS.

As global rock heavyweights FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH and VOLBEAT gear up for their co-headlining North American fall arena tour in Salt Lake City, several dates including shows at the U.S. Cellular Coliseum(Cedar Rapids, IA), Deltaplex Arena (Grand Rapids, MI), Mohegan Sun Arena (Uncasville, CT) and The Joint at the Hard Rock(Las Vegas) have already sold out in advance of the start of the tour.


Special guests joining FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH and VOLBEAT are HELLYEAH as direct support and NOTHING MORE as the opener.
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“The two hottest rock bands out there are all geared up to start the biggest rock tour of the fall,” explains promoter Charlie Goldstone, President, Frank Productions Concerts, LLC. “We strongly encourage fans who have been waiting to buy tickets to act now so you don’t get left in the dust!”

Last month, FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH debuted the video to their new single “Wrong Side Of Heaven”. The video, written by the band and directed by Nick Peterson, is intended to increase knowledge about the plight of veterans suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and its larger repercussions for our country by way of affecting their mental and physical health, family life, assimilation back home after service and garnering quality job placement, among many other issues.

In tandem with the video’s premiere, the band launched the webpage and ignited a special crowd-funding campaign for a jersey entitled 5FDP4VETS “No One Gets Left Behind” on Indiegogo. The campaign’s goal of raising $50,000 was bested by double in less than two day’s time—and exceeding $210,000 to date with another 10 days running. The proceeds will benefit the organizations that joined forces with the group to raise awareness for veterans suffering from PTSD. Fans who pledged will receive a limited-edition jersey created and designed by guitarist ZOLTAN BATHORY. The initial run of shirts ran out, and the band expanded it by 1,000 in order to keep up with the overwhelming demand.

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