Get your Evanescence tickets today! In October, the group from Little Rock is hitting the road for a 16-date trek that will stop in cities across the United States. Don't miss the group's first tour since 2012. Take a look at the Evanescence schedule below and buy your Evanescence tickets before they're gone!
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In August 2016, Evanescence announced that they would be touring for the first time in four years. Kicking off in late October, the band will put on 16 performances through the end of November. Venues where Evanescence will perform include the Diamond Ballroom in Oklahoma City, Revention Music Center in Houston, Jackie Gleason Theater in Miami Beach, and the Paramount Theatre in Huntington, NY.
"It’s going to feel amazing to step back onstage with the band this fall,” lead singer, Amy Lee stated, “We had such a tight gel solidifying onstage the last few shows, and were enjoying it so much, we were all lamenting that it was so short and have been on the lookout for more opportunities to play live.”
Make sure to see Evanescence when they stop in a city near you!
Evanescence was founded by musicians Amy Lee and Ben Moody, who met at a youth came in Little Rock, AR in 1994. The two began writing music, with Lee serving as the singer and Moody as the guitarist. Eventually, a few of their songs began playing on local radio stations. Eventually, Lee and Moody gained a large following in the area and they began performing live under the name Evanescence.
In the following years, the duo released two EPs, Evanescence and Sound Asleep. In 2002, the duo signed with Wind-up Records and relocated to Los Angeles to begin work on their debut album. Lee and Moody added John LeCompt, Rocky Gray, and Will Boyd to the band's lineup.
Later in the year, Evanescence released Fallen, which contained the hit single, "My Immortal." The album spent a total of 44 weeks on Billboard charts and was certified 7x Platinum by the RIAA.
Since their debut album, Evanescence has released two more albums, most recently Evanescence in 2011. Though the band hasn't released an album since, they still continue to perform for fans across the country.