Skillet, Theory Of A Dead Man Add Fall Leg To ‘Rock Ressurection Tour’

John Cooper and Korey Cooper of Skillet perform at The O2 Forum Kentish Town on April 15 in London, England. (Photo by Katja Ogrin/Redferns)

Following a successful run of spring shows, 17-time platinum rock band Skillet and Theory of a Deadman are ready for another go and co-headlining a fall leg of their “Rock Resurrection Tour.”

Saint Asonia will be a special guest for the upcoming 33-date run, which kicks off at Raising Cane’s Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on Oct. 20. The three bands will make stops at San Antonio’s Boeing Center at Tech Port, Spokane’s The Podium, Peoria Civic Center in Illinois, Chartway Arena in Norfolk, Virginia, and Jacksonville’s Daily’s Place before wrapping up at Hartman Arena in Wichita, Kansas.

Presale tickets can be purchased via the bands’ websites and are available Wednesday, June 14, at 10 a.m. local time through Thursday. The public onsale begins Friday at 10 a.m.

Theory of a Deadman is on the road coming after releasing their eighth studio album, Dinosaur, in March and Skillet, a two-time Grammy-nominated group hailing from Memphis, Tennessee, recently performed 21 shows in Europe and premiered a live video for their current single, “Psycho In My Head.”

The two bands performed a sold-out show at Hard Rock Live Sacramento in Wheatland, California, on March 25, selling 2,682 tickets and grossing $106,628, according to box office reports submitted to Pollstar. They also played in front of a sellout crowd of 5,207 at Santander Arena in Reading, Pennsylvania, and grossed more than $233,000.

“The Rock Resurrection Tour” Dates
Oct. 20 — Raising Cane’s Center —Baton Rouge, LA
Oct. 23 — Shreveport Municipal Memorial Auditorium — Shreveport, LA
Oct. 22 — Boeing Center at Tech Port — San Antonio, TX
Oct. 24 — American Bank Center Arena — Corpus Christi, TX
Oct. 26 — El Paso County Coliseum — El Paso, TX
Oct. 28 — Rio Rancho Events Center — Rio Rancho, NM
Oct. 29 — Broadmoor World Arena — Colorado Springs, CO
Oct. 31 — Maverik Center — West Valley City, UT
Nov. 1 — Hero Arena at the Mountain America Center — Idaho Falls, ID
Nov. 3 — The Podium — Spokane, WA
Nov. 4 — accesso ShoWare Center — Kent, WA
Nov. 7 — First Interstate Arena at MetraPark — Billings, MT
Nov. 8 — Bismarck Event Center — Bismarck, ND
Nov. 10 — Amory — Minneapolis, MN
Nov. 11 — Dacotah Bank Center — Brookings, SD
Nov. 12 — Venue TBD — Waukee, IA
Nov. 14 — Van Andel Arena — Grand Rapids, MI
Nov. 15 — Peoria Civic Center — Peoria, IL
Nov. 17 — Covelli Centre — Youngstown, OH
Nov. 18 — 1st SUMMIT ARENA at Cambria County War Memorial — Johnstown, PA
Nov. 19 — Premier Theater at Foxwoods Resort Casino — Mashantucket, CT
Nov. 21 — Chartway Arena — Norfolk, VA
Nov. 22 — Salem Civic Center — Salem, VA
Nov. 24 — Daily’s Place — Jacksonville, FL
Nov. 25 — Orlando Amphitheater at the Central Florida Fair — Orlando, FL
Nov. 28 — Mobile Civic Center Arena — Mobile, AL
Nov. 30 — Propst Arena at the Von Braun Center — Huntsville, AL
Dec. 1 — Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium — Spartanburg, SC
Dec. 2 — Freedom Hall Civic Center — Johnson City, TN
Dec. 5 — Allen County War Memorial Coliseum — Fort Wayne, IN
Dec. 6 — Ford Center — Evansville, IN
Dec. 8 — Simmons Bank Arena — North Little Rock, AR
Dec. 9 — Hartman Arena — Wichita, KS