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Shinedown To Headline ‘Avalanche’

11:01 AM Monday 1/30/12 | |

This year’s “Avalanche” tour features Shinedown at the top of the lineup. Joining the Florida rock band will be Adelita’s Way plus New Medicine and Art Of Dying on select dates.

Shinedown’s new album – Amaryllis – drops March 27, the same day Avalanche kicks off in Southern California. To make sure everyone knows about the release, not only will Shinedown appear on “Jimmy Kimmel Live! March 26, but the band will perform the album’s first single, “Bully,” for the first time on national television. Amaryllis was produced by Rob Cavallo (Kid Rock, Green Day), who helmed Shinedown’s 2008 album, The Sound Of Madness.

Presented by Zippo and produced by Synergy Global Entertainment, the Avalanche tour begins in Anaheim at the City National Grove of Anaheim March 27 and includes stops in San Francisco at the Regency Ballroom March 28; Reno at Grand Sierra Theatre March 30 and Boise, Idaho, at Knitting Factory March 31. Other destinations include Denver (April 2), Indianapolis (April 10), Detroit (April 12), Milwaukee (April 13), New York City (April 20), and Atlantic City (April 21). Last stop on the routing is Baltimore at Rams Head Live! April 25.

New Medicine supports March 27-April 10 and Art Of Dying supports April 12-25.

A presale for members of Shinedown Nation begins Jan. 31. The Avalanche presale launches Feb. 1 and general onsales start Feb. 3 in some markets.

During each gig fans will have chances to win exclusive backstage passes to meet Shinedown and all the bands on Avalanche by tweeting #ZippoEncore. For more information, click here for Shinedown’s website and here for the “Avalanche” tour website.


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