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Three Days Grace & Chevelle Co-Headlining Tour with Loathe Kicks Off at Wind Creek Events Center

At the Wind Creek Events Center in Bethlehem, PA, a night of hard rock and metalcore echoed through the venue as the anticipated co-headlining tour of Three Days Grace and Chevelle, supported by Loathe, kicked off its very first performance. It wasn’t just a musical evening; it was an electrifying experience.

The night kicked off with the English heavy metal sensation, Loathe. Hailing from Liverpool, the band wove in captivating musical elements, mixing metalcore, nu metal, and experimental influences. Known for their unique style and diverse sounds, Loathe set the tone right, prepping fans for the intense musical journey ahead. And given their impressive accolades like nominations for the Heavy Metal Awards and Metal Hammer Golden Gods Awards in 2018, it’s no wonder they have such a compelling stage presence.

Chevelle, the hard rock prodigies from Chicago, took the stage next. With a mix of fan-loved hits and unexpected twists, they belted out tunes like “Verruckt,” “An Island,” and “Door to Door Cannibals,” among others. Their fervor and energy on stage didn’t just cater to the audience; it enthralled them. Formed in 1995 and having released eight albums, their legacy and prowess were evident.

Closing the night was the iconic Canadian rock band, Three Days Grace. Since their formation in 1992, originally as Groundswell, they’ve never failed to strike a chord with their fans. With power-packed renditions of hits like “Animal I Have Become,” “Home,” and “I Am The Weapon,” the band ensured fans were on their feet, singing along, and immersing themselves in the raw energy they brought.

The Three Days Grace & Chevelle co-headlining tour, graced by Loathe, was a spectacle of hard rock and metalcore. Bethlehem witnessed a concert that left an indelible mark on the hearts of attendees. If this stop is any indicator, it’s evident that fans nationwide are in for a treat. Don’t miss it!

Sep 08 | Bethlehem, PA | Wind Creek Event Center
Sep 09 | Virginia Beach, VA | Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheatre
Sep 12 | Sterling Heights, MI | Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill
Sep 13 | Chicago, IL | Byline Bank Aragon Ballroom
Sep 14 | Huber Heights, OH | Rose Music Center at the Heights
Sep 16 | La Crosse, WI | Copeland Park
Sep 17 | Prior Lake, MN | Mystic Lake Showroom
Sep 19 | Indianapolis, IN | TCU Amphitheatre at White River State Park
Sep 20 | Maryland Heights, MO | Saint Louis Music Park
Sep 21 | Kansas City, MO | Starlight Theater
Sep 23 | Denver, CO | Fillmore Auditorium
Sep 24 | Salt Lake City, UT | The Complex
Sep 26 | Nampa, ID | Ford Idaho Center Amphitheatre
Sep 28 | Airway Heights, WA | BECU Live at Northern Quest
Sep 29 | Ridgefield, WA | RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheatre
Sep 30 | Redding, CA | Redding Civic Auditorium
Oct 02 | San Diego, CA | Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
Oct 03 | Hollywood, CA | Hollywood Palladium
Oct 04 | Phoenix, AZ | Arizona Financial Theatre
Oct 06 | The Woodlands, TX | The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Oct 07 | Durant, OK | Choctaw Casino Events Center
Oct 10 | Nashville, TN | Nashville Municipal Auditorium
Oct 11 | Atlanta, GA | Coca-Cola Roxy
Oct 12 | Charlotte, NC | Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre
Oct 14 | Boston, MA | MGM Music Hall at Fenway

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About T. Strubel

Founder of Rock Documented in September of 2015. Serves as Lead Photographer, Writer and Editor. Voted "Best Photography" by the Central Pennsylvania Music Hall of Fame. Currently shoots with 2 Nikon D850s, Nikon 22-70mm 2.8 VR, Nikon 70-200mm 2.8 VR, and Black Rapid Shoulder Strap.

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