In This Moment with Sevendust, Light The Torch, and Hyde
Tuesday, May 21, 2019 doors 6:00 PM Show 7:00 PM
Verizon Center Grand Hall – Mankato, MN
$37.50 – Tickets on sale Friday, February 1 at 10:00 AM
Verizon Center box office, by phone 800-745-3000, Ticketmaster.com
Mankato, MN – The Verizon Center is pleased to welcome In This Moment with Sevendust, Light The Torch, and Hyde to the Grand Hall Tuesday,
May 21, 2019. Tickets are $37.50 for general admission, and go on sale Friday, February 1 at 10:00 AM. Tickets can be purchased at the Verizon
Center box office, by phone at 800-745-3000, or online at Ticketmaster.com.
Born of a chance meeting and the innate musical rapport established between vocalist Maria Brink and lead guitarist Chris Howorth, In This
Moment quickly grew from local cult favorites performing in Los Angeles clubs to a MySpace phenomenon before landing a deal with Century
Media. Along the way, the group embarked on several U.S. tours with the likes of Diecast and 36 Crazyfists; and gradually honed its melodic
metalcore songwriting for the recording of the 2007 debut album Beautiful Tragedy, which was supported via the band’s inclusion in the Hot Chicks
of Metal Tour. Debuting at the number 37 slot on the Billboard Top 200, The Dream arrived in 2008, followed by A Star-Crossed Wasteland in 2010
and the electro-charged Blood in 2012. The title track, Blood, has been certified gold by the RIAA.
A remarkable accomplishment, the companion
music video for “Blood” has been viewed over 27 million times. The group’s fifth studio long-player, 2014’s Atlantic-issued Black Widow, marked In
This Moment’s major-label debut. The group spent two years supporting Black Widow. Upon release, it seized their highest position to date on the
Billboard Top 200, bowing at #8. Simultaneously, it clinched #3 on the Hard Rock Albums chart and spawned a series of hits such as “Sick Like Me,”
“Big Bad Wolf,” and “Sex Metal Barbie”—all cracking 8 million Spotify streams each and topping Rock Radio. Meanwhile, the band’s signature
smash “Whore” crossed the 20–million mark. In June 2017, the band dropped the single “Roots” in anticipation of the release of its sixth fulllength,
Ritual, which arrived the following month.