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Carnival of Madness Tour Tickets

Making its entrance in the year 2010, the Carnival of Madness Tour is a headlining tour that brings together gothic, alternative rock and metals bands for all those crazy heavy metal lovers. It has been bringing forward annual concerts, with 2012 being its third operational year. The performers that are a part of the tour include not only mainstream groups but also underground rock bands as well. Past tours have brought forward bands such as Puddle of Mudd, Evanescence, Shinedown, and Theory of a Deadman, New Medicine, Sevendust, Black Stone Cherry, Emphatic, Chevelle, Cavo and 10 Years. If hard core rock music is what you love and you weren’t aware of this event previously, now is the right time to become a part of it by purchasing Carnival of Madness Tour tickets.

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About Carnival of Madness Tour

 
The year 2010’s Carnival of Madness tour held concerts in thirty different cities across twenty four different states throughout the United States, which included Florida, Tennessee, New York City, Illinois, Texas, California, Orlando, Los Angeles, Ohio, New Jersey, North Carolina, Maryland, Kentucky, South Carolina, Alabama, Virginia, Connecticut, Philadelphia and Mississippi just to name a few. The 2010’s tour kick started with a performance by the band named 10 Years that gave a twenty minute performance on stage that included new songs from their latest album “Feeding the Wolves”. 10 Years performance was followed by the band Sevendust that came on stage and performed for a good twenty five minutes, also playing songs from their latest album “Cold Day Memory”. The band that came after Sevendust was a mainstream rock band called Puddle Mudd which was given a thirty minute stage time to perform. They also promoted songs from their latest album that is named “Volume 4: Songs in the Key of Love and Hate”. The second last performance was by Chevelle which lasted for fifty minutes. Their performance included latest hits from their album called “Sci-Fi Crimes”. The band that concluded the act was Shinedown that performed their all time favorite hits such as “If You Only Knew”, “Second Chance” and “Sound of Madness”.
 
The year 2011’s tour performed across twelve different states throughout the United States that included Illinois, Kentucky, Indiana, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Mississippi, New Jersey, Maryland, Missouri, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and West Virginia. The tour had a total of fifteen concerts across these states where artists such as Alter Bridge, Theory of a Deadman, Emphatic, Black Stone Cherry and Adelitas performed. The very first performance was by the band Emphatic that played songs from their latest album called “Damage”. Their performance lasted about twenty minutes after which Adelitas came on stage and performed for twenty five minutes performing songs from “Home School Valedictorian”. The next band’s performance lasted for thirty minutes and was by Black Stone Cherry where they promoted their upcoming album called “Between the Devil and the Deep Blue”. The second last performance was by Alter Bridge which lasted for a good fifty minutes. They performed hits such as “Buried Alive” and “Slip to void”. The very last performance that concluded that show was by the band called Theory of a Deadman which played for an entire hour. The band like the others included songs from their latest album that is called “The Truth Is”. If you wish to become a part of this year’s tour, what you should do is get your hands on cheap Carnival of Madness Tour tickets, to enjoy great value for your money.
 
The year 2012’s tour is said to perform through seventeen different states that include Texas, Illinois, New Jersey, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Ohio, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Connecticut. Mainstream artists such as Evanescence, Halestorm, Chevelle, New Medicine and Cavo are said to perform at the concerts, so if you are interested in becoming a part of this spectacular event, all you need to do is acquire your tickets without any further delay.