A new tour of live shows from the legendary rock band Shinedown has been announced, and the band is set to headline the tour in the United States.
The Shinedow Tour will take place at the Hollywood Bowl in Hollywood, California from March 11 to 13, and it will be headlined by live performances from the band’s three albums, including their debut album, The Shinedead.
The band, who are best known for their hit “Shining Daylights” from The Shins’ 1995 debut, Shinedrown, have been on hiatus since their 2010 album, Shins.
Shinedows latest studio album, 2013’s Shineday, was released in August and has sold over a million copies.
The band has also collaborated with several other artists and has been featured on a variety of music videos.
The tour will be the bands second tour since 2011.
The group also toured with the Grateful Dead in the late 1990s, and Shinedowl also released a single, “Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” in 2015.
The tour is set for a 10-day, seven-city tour in which Shinedows first performance is in California on March 11.
Tickets will go on sale March 11 at 10 a.m.
PST via Ticketmaster.com.
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