BlackDiamondSkye Tour 2010
The BlackDiamondSkye Tour sees three prolific hard rock bands join forces to bring an unforgettable show to their fans. It is an event that hard rock enthusiasts should not miss out on, as the BlackDiamondSkye Tour will be filling various stages with songs from the bands’ various albums. The name of the tour was put together from each band’s latest album, with Alice in Chains releasing Black Gives Way to Blue in 2009, Mastodon’s 2009 Crack In The Skye album and Diamond Eyes from the Deftones. The tour takes place in September and October, and numerous venues have been selected to reach as many fans as possible.
Alice in Chains was formed in 1987 and has enjoyed years of success, with albums such as Alice in Chains, Facelift and Dirt. The band has also been nominated for a few awards and won a MTV Video Music Award in 1993. Mastodon is known for their albums Call of the Mastodon, Remission, Blood Mountain and Leviathan, and was formed in the year 1999. Established in 1988, the Deftones hit the charts in 1995 with their album Adrenaline, which was followed by Around the Fur, White Pony, Deftones and Saturday Night Wrist. Now, by combining their unique talents and sound, the three bands are heading off to bring a spectacular and unforgettable concert.
The BlackDiamondSkye Tour will kick off in Chicago at the Charter One Pavilion on 16 September 2010, followed by the DTE Energy Music Theatre in Detroit (17 September), Molson Canadian Amphitheatre in Toronto (18 September), Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville (20 September), Agannis Arena in Boston (22 September), Madison Square Garden in New York (24 September), Aaron’s Amphitheatre at Lakewood in Atlanta (28 September), Scottrade Centre in St Louis (1 October), Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver (4 October), General Motors Place in Vancouver (7 October), Key Arena in Seattle (8 October), Rose Quarter in Portland (9 October) and at The Joint in Las Vegas (16 October). Hard rock fans are advised to get their tickets to the various concert venues as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Seeing three such magnificent bands on one stage is a rare and breathtaking opportunity.