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Rival Sons

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Rival Sons

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Rival Sons has been rescheduled for Sunday, October 3, 2021, at 8 PM. All tickets for the original performance will be honored, so patrons should hold on to their tickets. Please contact point of purchase with any questions.

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Since their emergence in 2009, Rival Sons have quietly reignited and recharged rock ‘n’ roll with towering vocals, uncompromising riffs, and thunderous grooves. Following the independent release of their full-length debut Before The Fire, they were handpicked to perform alongside everyone from AC/DC to Black Sabbath. Working with longtime producer Dave Cobb, the band delivered a series of critically acclaimed albums—Pressure & Time [2011], Head Down [2012], Great Western Valkyrie [2014], and Hollow Bones [2016]—as they headlined sold out shows on multiple continents. 2019’s Feral Roots broke new ground for the band. “Do Your Worst” shot to #1 on Rock Radio as their first chart-topper at the format. It also scored 40 million-plus streams and counting. They delivered an electrifying performance on The Late Late Show with James Corden and earned acclaim from Billboard, Rolling Stone, and many more. Feral Roots also gathered a 2020 Grammy Award nomination for “Best Rock Album,” while the single “Too Bad” notched a nomination for “Best Rock Performance.” 2021 saw Rival Sons present their own label Sacred Tongue Recordings distributed by Thirty Tigers. Through and through, they embody everything a modern rock band should be and so much more.

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