Five Finger Death Punch Teams Up With Shinedown For Co-Headlining Tour

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Five Finger Death Punch’s Ivan Moody and the band makes a stop at SSE Hydro in Glasgow, Scotland, Dec. 18.

Five Finger Death Punch has added co-heading dates with past tour mates Shinedown for its upcoming spring outing.

The tour kicks off May 6 at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The rock bands will hit cities including Tulsa, Okla., Milwaukee and Salem, Va., before wrapping up the tour with a concert at the Casper Events Center in Casper, Wyo.

Starset and Bad Wolves are tagging along as openers.

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Five Finger Death Punch recently released its greatest hits album, A Decade Of Destruction, late last year. The album features a rendition of the Offspring’s 1997 single “Gone Away.”

The outing marks somewhat of a reunion for the two bands, as both completed an extensive co-heading run together in 2016. The trip consisted mainly of arena stops, with sold-out shows at Pittsburgh’s PPG Paints Arena, selling 8520 tickets and grossing 349,000; Denver’s Pepsi Center, selling 9,427 tickets and grossing $492,964; and at the KFC Yum! Center in Louisville, Ky., moving 9,25 tickets and grossing $509,877, according to Pollstar‘s box office reports. 

Five Finger Death Punch is already booked for a handful of festivals this year, including Carolina Rebellion and Welcome To Rockville, in addition to a couple of solo dates beginning in April. Check out the band’s Pollstar artist page to see the full tour.