The band has some quite notable festivals lined up in their upcoming trekking itinerary, including performances at the Shindig Music Festival in Baltimore on September 19, the Food Truck and Rock Carnival gig in Clark on September 20, the Louder Than Life Festival show in Louisville on October 3, and many more.
The band will spend a lot of their time on the road sharing the stage with other prominent US rockers, namely Sevendust and Red Sun Rising, with a string of tour dates stretching way across mid November.
Following notable shows in Cleveland, Montreal, San Francisco, San Diego, Tempe, and many more, the band will wrap the tour up on November 14 live at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas, NV.
Godsmack Cheap/Discounted Tickets 2015
Godsmack Schedule 2015
|Sep 19||1:00PM||Baltimore (MD)||Carroll Park|
|Sep 22||7:30PM||Cleveland (OH)||Jacobs Pavilion|
|Sep 23||7:00PM||Detroit (MI)||The Fillmore|
|Sep 24||7:00PM||Battle Creek (MI)||Kellogg Arena|
|Sep 27||7:30PM||Springfield (IL)||Prairie Capital Convention Center|
|Sep 29||8:00PM||Kansas City (MO)||Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland|
|Oct 01||7:00PM||Shreveport (LA)||Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium|
|Oct 02||7:30PM||Huntsville (AL)||Von Braun Center Arena|
|Oct 03||Time TBA||Louisville (KY)||Champions Park|
|Oct 03||12:00PM||Louisville (KY)||Champions Park|
|Oct 05||9:00PM||Chattanooga (TN)||Track 29|
|Oct 06||7:30PM||Huntington (WV)||Big Sandy Superstore Arena|
|Oct 08||7:00PM||Erie (PA)||Erie Insurance Arena|
|Oct 09||7:00PM||Binghamton (NY)||Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena|
|Oct 10||12:00PM||Chester (PA)||PPL Park|
|Oct 13||7:30PM||Wallingford (CT)||Toyota Oakdale Theatre|
|Oct 14||8:00PM||Poughkeepsie (NY)||Mid Hudson Civic Center|
|Oct 16||7:30PM||Halifax (Canada)||Scotiabank Centre|
|Oct 17||7:30PM||Moncton (Canada)||Moncton Coliseum|
|Oct 19||7:00PM||Ottawa (Canada)||TD Place Arena|
|Oct 20||8:00PM||Montreal (Canada)||Metropolis|
|Oct 23||8:00PM||Hampton (NH)||Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom|
|Oct 24||8:00PM||Hampton (NH)||Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom|
|Nov 01||Time TBA||Missoula (MT)||Adams Event Center|
|Nov 03||8:00PM||Kent (WA)||Showare Center|
|Nov 04||8:00PM||Yakima (WA)||Yakima Valley Sundome|
|Nov 06||8:00PM||San Francisco (CA)||Warfield|
|Nov 07||8:00PM||Reno (NV)||Grand Sierra Theatre|
|Nov 08||8:30PM||Fresno (CA||Saroyan Theatre|
|Nov 10||6:30PM||Tempe (AZ)||Marquee Theatre|
|Nov 12||7:30PM||San Diego (CA)||Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre|
|Nov 13||8:00PM||Indio (CA)||Fantasy Springs Resort & Casino|
|Nov 14||8:00PM||Las Vegas (NV)||Pearl Concert Theater At Palms Casino Resort|
The story of Godsmack began way back in 1995 as a gang of kids led by singer Sully Erna, bassist Robbie Merrill, and drummer Tommy Stewart forged a pact to deliver top-notch heavy rock music to this world that still stands strong to this very day.
The team was quickly supplemented with guitarist Tony Rombola and things were ready to get rolling. In 1988, the group released their self titled debut album that was quick to find its way to the lovers of hard ‘n’ heavy music. Despite not scoring major chart success upon release, the album went on to sell over four million copies in the States alone, becoming the band’s best selling effort to date.
The success kept a-rolling with the release of Godsmack’s sophomore studio album, 2000’s “Awake.” Led by the title track, the album saw the group moving to arena rock status, playing big venues across the US, as well as the world.
2002 marked the departure of drummer Tommy Stewart and the arrival of Shannon Larkin, who is still a member of the ‘Smack fold.
Top quality albums and heavy touring were still coming, and in 2003 the group unveiled their third studio record “Faceless.” Featuring “I Stand Alone” and “Straight Out of Line” singles, the record brought Sully and co. their first ever No. 1 album on the US Billboard 200 album chart.
The subsequent two albums, 2006’s “IV” and 2010’s “The Oracle,” also went straight up to No. 1 in the States, establishing Godsmack as one of the top rock acts of the decade.
After a brief break in 2013, the band was back with another bone-crushing release, 2014’s “1000HP.” Two decades of constant rocking have established these guys as a quality touring act, and both fans and critics agree that their 2015 tour brought many memorable shows of first-class rock music.