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Avalanche Is Coming

12:01 PM Thursday 1/27/11 |   |

Stone Sour, Theory Of A Deadman, Skillet, Halestorm and Art Of Dying embark on the first annual Avalanche Tour beginning in Chicago in late March.

Presented by Synergy Global Entertainment, the same outfit that produces the Jagermeister Music Tours and Rockstar Energy Drink UPROAR Festival and co-produces Rockstar Taste Of Chaos and Mayhem Festivals, Avalanche’s sonic onslaught begins at The Windy City’s Aragon Ballroom March 24, plays Milwaukee’s Eagles Ballroom March 25 and rolls into Saint Paul’s Roy Wilkins Auditorium March 26.

Other stops include Atlanta (April 1), San Antonio (April 8), Tulsa (April 19), New York City (April 29) and Uncasville, Conn., May 1.

“So stoked to be a part of the Avalanche Tour!” Stone Sour vocalist Corey Taylor said. “We’ve been looking for the right tour to headline and this is definitely it. We’re already working on an amazing show, the kind we have never done before. We’re gonna rip these stages to shreds and leave the audience with crazy eyes and sore throats! Here we go!”

A special pre-sale will begin Tuesday, February 1 through each band’s official fan club while general onsales for most shows begin Feb. 5. For more info, visit the Avalanche Tour website.


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