What’s a better way to promote girl power and recoginze the return of live music than heading out to see Evanescence and Halestorm on tour?
Celebrating Women In Rock
Janis Joplin, Courtney Love, Hayley Williams; over the years there have been some standout women rockstars. The way these female-fronted and female-backed bands shaped the genre is truly underrated. Rock and roll is what it is today, an expressive and welcoming community, because of the women within it.
Generation after generation, rock bands have become more inclusive. Whether you grew up listening to Blondie, fronted by Deborah Harry, or are growing up listening to The Regrettes, fronted by Lydia Night, you’re experiencing the power of women in rock music. And that power is strong and notable.
Two bands that have helped pave the way for modern female rockers are Evanescence and Halestorm. These groups are consistently releasing truly rocking records. They are also fronted by powerhouse performers Amy Lee and Lzzy Hale. Not only are these critically-acclaimed stars frequent collaborators, but they’re great friends. Together, they celebrate each other’s talents and make rock and roll a safe space for women.
On The Road Again
In a press release, Amy Lee shared her excitement to get back on the road and share the stage with her friend. “Words can’t express how excited we are to go back on tour with our friends and rock out again. We’ve been building this new music in isolation for over a year and dreaming of what it will be like to finally play it live, and to experience it together with our fans for the first time. We can’t wait to see you there!”
In addition, and after the pandemic, Lzzy Hale agrees. She wants is to enjoy this tour, and doing so opposite her good friend and fellow bandmates only adds to the excitement. In the press release, she expresses this wholeheartedly.
“We have all been mourning the loss of live music, and patiently waiting, looking toward an uncertain future. Finally the future looks bright and I can’t think of a better way to break the silence than with our dear friends in Evanescence. I can only imagine how it will feel to step on stage again night after night, and reconnect with all of the fans whom I’ve missed so much. Get ready for intense emotions, loud performances, and a newly exhilarated energy unlike any tour we’ve experienced in the past. Looking forward to seeing you all!”
Evanescence & Halestorm: A Tour To End All Tours
If you’re a fan of Evanescence and Halestorm, they thank you. One of the ways they’re showing their appreciation for their generation-spanning fanbase is by giving them access to tickets. That’s right, if you’re constantly streaming either of these groups on Spotify, there’s a chance you have a special access code sitting in your email from them right now. Who wouldn’t want first choice tickets for what is already the most exhilarating tour of the year?
Halestorm are also currently working on the follow-up to their chart-topping 2018 record Vicious. The Grammy-winning band is working to be even better than before. While those are big shoes to fill, they can do it. Lzzy Hale is an over-the-top vocalist backed by the most dedicated band. This is identical to that of Evanescence, whose lineup is quite similar – and just as passionate.
Ahead of the tour dates being dropped, Evanescence also took the stage at The Kelly Clarkson Show. Performing live on the hit daytime program gives fans a taste of what’s to come this fall on tour. It’s been a long awaited return for live music, so we’re surely ready to replace talk show performances with rocking in-person events.
For details on how to score tickets for this stellar tour, visit livenation.com. Check out the dates below to see if these two mighty bands are making a stop near you.
Evanescence & Halestorm’s Fall 2021 Tour
Nov. 5 – Portland, Oregon → Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Nov. 7 – Seattle, Washington → Climate Pledge Arena
Nov. 9 – San Jose, California → SAP Center at San Jose
Nov. 12 – Las Vegas, Nevada → The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas – The Chelsea
Nov. 13 – San Diego, California → San Diego State University – Viejas Arena
Nov. 15 – Phoenix, Arizona → Arizona Federal Theatre
Nov. 20 – Fort Worth, Texas → Dickies Arena
Dec. 2 – Duluth, Georgia → Infinite Energy Arena
Dec. 5 – Saint Louis, Missouri → Saint Louis University – Chaifetz Arena
Dec. 11 – Detroit, Michigan → Little Caesars Arena
Dec. 12 – Cincinnati, Ohio → Heritage Bank Center
Dec. 14 – Pittsburgh, Pennsyvania → University of Pittsburgh – Petersen Events Center
Dec. 15 – Newark, New Jersey → Prudential Center
Dec. 17 – Camden, New Jersey → BB&T Pavilion
Dec. 18 – Worcester, Massachusetts → DCU Center