Just a few weeks ago, Shinedown and Three Days Grace announced the first leg of a co-headlining U.S. tour that kicks off in February 2013. Now, the two bands have added a second leg of dates to the trek.
P.O.D. was scheduled to perform in Ventura, Calif. Sunday (Oct. 28), but canceled the gig after some controversy erupted with the venue. Originally scheduled for the Ventura County Fairgrounds, the Hell's Coming festival was moved to a smaller venue after fairground officials objected to the lyrical content of the P.O.D. song, 'Youth of the Nation.'
In conjunction with their upcoming greatest hits disc due out this November, 3 Doors Down will spend the majority of the winter months out on a run of co-headlining U.S. tour dates with Daughtry. The trek kicks off on Nov. 17 in Tunica, Miss., and is scheduled to wrap on Dec. 15 in Anaheim, Calif.
A decade-plus after shouting out ‘The Fundamental Elements of Southtown,’ P.O.D. are offering another salute to their hometown with the San Diego-based new video for ‘Higher.’
P.O.D. have announced dates for a 2012 U.S tour that will see the group co-headlining several dates with RED. Select shows will also feature Brian ‘Head’ Welch’s band Love & Death and the group Icon for Hire as supporting acts.