More dates in support of final album 'Lighting Up the Sky'

Godsmack have announced fall North American tour dates in support of their eighth and, according to frontman Sully Erna, final studio album, Lighting Up the Sky, on the same day that they begin their co-headlining run with Staind. The band will begin their headline autumn tour in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on September 3rd. Atreyu and I Prevail will join them for the first leg, which runs through September 10th, and the second leg, which runs from September 24 to October 4th and from October 10 to 22nd.

Godsmack headlining fall 2023 tour dates:
9/3        Baton Rouge, LA        Raising Cane’s River Center^
9/5      Pensacola, FL        Pensacola Bay Center^
9/6       Jacksonville, FL                   Daily’s Place^
9/7        Charleston, SC           Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center^
9/9        Tampa, FL                          MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre^
9/10      Hollywood, FL                   Hard Rock Live^
9/24      Cuyahoga Falls, OH          Blossom Music Center#
9/26      Green Bay, WI                  Resch Center#
9/28      Moline, IL                           Vibrant Arena#
9/29      Omaha, NE                        Baxter Arena#
10/1      Rapid City, SD                    Summit Arena at The Monument#
10/3      Salt Lake City, UT             Maverik Center#
10/4      Nampa, ID                          Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater#
10/8      Kent, WA                            accesso ShoWare Center*
10/10    Abbotsford, BC                 Abbotsford Centre#
10/12    Edmonton, AB                  Rogers Place#
10/13    Calgary, AB                        Scotiabank Saddledome#
10/15    Saskatoon, SK                   SaskTel Centre#
10/16    Winnipeg, MB                   Canada Life Centre#
10/19    London, ON                       Budweiser Gardens#
10/21    Laval, QC                            Place Bell#
10/22    Quebec City, QC               Videotron Centre#

^ Direct support from Atreyu
# Direct support from I Prevail
* I Prevail not on this date


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