The metalheads behind Five Finger Death Punch are heading out on tour next year to support their forthcoming eighth studio record.
Currently, FFDP is on tour with Three Days Grace and Bad Wolves. Their second leg of the U.S. tour will kick-off in Sunrise, Florida at the BB&T Center on April 8. From there, the group will head to Houston, Portland, Baltimore, Cincinnati, and Pittsburgh, hitting venues along the way like Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, the Tacoma Dome in Washington, Los Angeles’ The Forum, and Morrison’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre before wrapping-up at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota on May 20. During the trek, Five Finger Death Punch will be joined by hard-rock groups Papa Roach, I Prevail, and Ice Nine Kills.
F8, the group’s forthcoming LP, is due February 28 and will feature 13 tracks, including their latest single “Inside Out.” The record follows 2018’s And Justice For None and A Decade of Destruction from 2017. Guitarist Zoltan Bathory said in a statement that FFDP had an “extremely successful, yet tumultuous couple of years as a band.”
“We didn’t just weather the storm but we came out on the other side better than ever,” Bathory said. “It was a focused sober group recording, our most important album to date and without a question it shows.”
Papa Roach will be touring in support of their latest LP, Who Do You Trust?, along with I Prevail, who released TRAUMA earlier this year. Ice Nine Kills just released the final cut of The Silver Scream, which dropped last year.
See the full list of upcoming tour dates below.
Five Finger Death Punch Tour Dates 2020
April 8 – Sunrise, Florida @ BB&T Center
April 10 – Duluth, Georgia @ Infinite Energy Center
April 11 – Pelham, Alabama @ Oak Mountain Amphitheater
April 13 – San Antonio, Texas @ AT&T Center
April 14 – Ft. Worth, Texas @ Dickies Arena
April 16 – Houston, Texas @ Toyota Center
April 18 – Phoenix, Arizona @ Talking Stick Resort Arena
April 19 – San Diego, California @ Viejas Arena
April 21 – Los Angeles, California @ The Forum
April 23 – Tacoma, Washington @ Tacoma Dome
April 25 – Portland, Oregon @ Veteran Memorial Coliseum
April 27 – Morrison, Colorado @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
April 29 – Kansas City, Missouri @ Sprint Center
May 3 – Baltimore, Maryland @ Royal Farms Arena
May 5 – Worcester, Massachusetts @ DCU Center
May 6 – Newark, New Jersey @ Prudential Center
May 8 – Cincinnati, Ohio @ Heritage Bank Center
May 12 – Detroit, Michigan @ Little Caesars Arena
May 14 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania @ PPG Paints Center
May 15 – Camden, New Jersey @ BB&T Pavilion
May 17 – Nashville, Tennessee @ Bridgestone Arena
May 19 – Rosemont, Illinois @ Allstate
May 20 – St. Paul, Minnesota @ Xcel Energy Center
Last Updated on December 2, 2019 by Olivia Perreault