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Theory Of A Deadman

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SAT
Jul 20
7:30 PM
KDAYS Music Fest: Theory Of A Deadman
Edmonton EXPO - Edmonton, AB
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FRI
Jul 26
7:30 PM
Skillet & Theory of a Deadman
Dubuque County Fair - Dubuque, IA
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WED
Aug 7
TBA
Sturgis Buffalo Chip's Motorcycle and Music Festival: Hinder & Theory of a Deadman - Campground Admission
Buffalo Chip Campground - Sturgis, SD
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FRI
Aug 9
9:00 PM
Theory of a Deadman
Umatilla County Fair - Hermiston, OR
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FRI
Aug 30
7:00 PM
Theory Of A Deadman & Billy Raffoul
Alaska State Fair Borealis Theatre - Palmer, AK
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SAT
Sep 7
7:00 PM
Third Eye Blind & Theory Of A Deadman
Allegan County Fair - Allegan, MI
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MON
Sep 9
7:30 PM
Theory of a Deadman
Puyallup Fairgrounds At Washington State Fair Events Center - Puyallup, WA
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SAT
Postponed
TBA
Theory of a Deadman
Music Farm - Charleston - Charleston, SC
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TUE
Postponed
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Theory of a Deadman & 10 Years
State Theatre Greenville - Greenville, NC
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Theory Of A Deadman's History

Theory of a Deadman is a Canadian rock band that's been making waves in the international music scene since its formation in 2001. Known for their robust rock sound, chart-topping hits, and high-energy concerts, the band's performances are a draw for fans from all walks of life.

The formation of Theory of a Deadman began when lead vocalist and guitarist Tyler Connolly gave his demo tape to Nickelback's Chad Kroeger at a party. Impressed, Kroeger helped the band secure a deal with 604 Records, part of Warner Music Canada. The band – with Connolly as the lead, Dave Brenner on guitar, Dean Back on bass, and then-drummer Tim Hart – released their self-titled debut album in 2002, solidifying their place in the Canadian rock scene.

Their breakthrough in the United States came with their second album, "Gasoline," in 2005, followed by "Scars & Souvenirs" in 2008. These albums delivered several chart-topping hits, including “Bad Girlfriend”, “Hate My Life”, and “Not Meant To Be”, which not only racked up millions of plays on music streaming platforms but also became fan favorites at live events.

Querying any avid concert-goer or dedicated fan will likely yield the conclusion that Theory of a Deadman is a band that shines most brightly in live concerts. Their performances are a raw and exhilarating experience, where their rock anthems and power ballads are delivered with an unmatched level of energy and passion. The band's charismatic stage presence, combined with their ability to engage and connect with their audience, makes every concert a memorable experience.

Their concerts also have a reputation for being visually spectacular, with an array of impressive lighting effects and visuals designed to enrich the musical journey. From intimate venues to large arenas, their shows maintain an electric atmosphere, a testament to the band's commitment to delivering a top-quality live music experience to their fans.

Fans usually anticipate these live concert events with much enthusiasm, often leading to a run on tickets. Venues and ticket outlets often report brisk sales as soon as the tour dates are announced. The process of booking and purchasing tickets has evolved down the years. Now, fans can easily secure their tickets online, either from the band’s official website or from diverse ticketing platforms like Live Nation and Ticketmaster.

The band has earned recognition for their live performances, with nominations and awards from reputed institutions in the music industry. In the wake of their success, Theory of a Deadman has toured extensively across the globe, performing in Europe, Australia, and North America. They've shared the stage with musical powerhouses like Alice in Chains and Motley Crue, further cementing their status in the rock music scene.

In sum, Theory of a Deadman's live concerts are not just about music - they serve as a platform for shared experiences among fans and a testament to the band's tremendous talent, connection with its fans, and their collective love for rock music. Whether they are rocking out in their home country of Canada, or lighting up the stage in some far-flung corner of the world, this band has proven time and again that they are masters of the live concert experience.

More About Theory Of A Deadman

Rock fans, mark your calendars. Award-winning rock band Theory of a Deadman and their fellow rock powerhouses Skillet, are ready to light up your November and December with their captivating performances. The bands have announced their much-awaited Rock Resurrection Tour, promising an electrifying experience for fans across different locations.

The tour will kick off at The Podium and will then journey onwards to Spokane. But that's not the full list of locations. MetraPark has also been confirmed as one of the performance venues where Skillet will join Theory of a Deadman on November 7th at the First Interstate Arena.

Theory of a Deadman, known for their evergreen chartbusters, has had nine singles reach the Billboard top 10, with four of them clinching the No. 1 spot. This year, they released their ninth studio album, "Dinosaur," in March. This album has already produced two hit singles: "Ambulance" and the title track, "Dinosaur," showing their continued dominance in the Rock music scene.

On the other hand, Skillet has remained consistent in their energetic performances and has cultivated a loyal fanbase over the years.

After their show in MetraPark, the bands will continue their tour, making stops at North Little Rock’s Simmons Bank Arena on December 8th where they will co-headline a concert, guaranteed to leave the audience in awe of their talent. They will also perform at the Bismarck Event Center on November 8th, much to the delight of rock music enthusiasts in the area.

Arkansas will also be one of their tour stops, with the bands performing at Simmons Bank Arena. In addition to this, they will deliver a dynamic performance at the Covelli Centre, ensuring that fans in different regions get to witness their electrifying performances.

The news of these performances was announced this Tuesday, sparking excitement among rock music fans who eagerly await to see these bands live. This tour marks another milestone in these bands' journey, continuing their tradition of delivering unforgettable performances. Don't miss the chance to experience their raw energy and captivating performances live.

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