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Evanescence adds Minneapolis stop to previously announced US tour

The rock band on Tuesday revealed 4 new dates for its upcoming arena tour.

Rock group Evanescence is adding a Minnesota stop to its previously announced U.S. arena tour.

The band on Tuesday revealed a Dec. 7 show at The Armory in Minneapolis — one of four new dates slotted into the existing run of concerts.

The tour is in support of Evanescence's latest album, The Bitter Truth. They'll be joined on the arena tour by Halestorm.

Evanescence rose to fame in 2003 with singles "Bring Me to Life" and "My Immortal." The band has twice gone on hiatus since then, but is once again active.

Tickets for the Minneapolis show go on sale at 10 a.m. Wednesday at this link with the code "THEBITTERTRUTH21."

The Armory, unlike other local music venues, does not have a blanket COVID-19 policy, and instead operates on a show-by-show basis.

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