North American Tour Announced By Saxon, Fozzy & Halcyon Way In Support
Legendary U.K. metal act Saxon has announced that the band will tour North America in support of the latest LP "Sacrifice," which is out now via UDR Music. In support will be Fozzy, the band fronted by WWE superstar Chris Jericho, as well as Atlanta progressive metal band Halcyon Way.
Saxon announced the tour on its Facebook page as follows:
"We're really glad to anounce a new tour of North America and Canada with the Sacrifice world tour! The album has done fantastic around the world! We can't wait hit your shores with the Saxon invasion with very special guest Fozzy. It should be a fantastic tour for all metal heads."
Confirmed dates and venues are as follows:
09/12/2013 - The Emporium (Patchogue, NY)
09/13/2013 - BB Kings (New York, NY)
09/14/2013 - Corona Theater (Montreal, Canada)
09/15/2013 - The Phoenix (Toronto, Canada)
09/17/2013 - Reverb (Redding, PA)
09/18/2013 - Peabody's (Cleveland, OH)
09/19/2013 - McGutty's (Dayton, OH)
09/20/2013 - Machine Shop (Flint, MI)
09/21/2013 - Majoe's (Joilet, IL)
09/22/2013 - The Rave Basement (Milwaukee, WI)
09/26/2013 - House of Blues (Dallas, TX)
09/27/2013 - Backstage Live (San Antonio, TX)
09/28/2013 - House of Blues (Houston, TX)
10/01/2013 - Club Red (Tempe, AZ)
10/02/2013 - Gastamp (Long Beach, CA)
10/03/2013 - Ramona Mainstage (Ramona, CA)
10/04/2013 - House of Blues (Los Angeles, CA)
10/05/2013 - M15 (Corona, CA)
10/06/2013 - DNA Lounge (San Francisco)
10/08/2013 - Studio Seven (Seattle, WA)
10/09/2013 - Mt. Tabor (Portland, WA)
10/10/2013 - The Venue (Vancouver, Canada)
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