Sevendust will be finishing their run around the United States this year with a final installment of their Acoustic Tour to support Time Travelers & Bonfires.

Sevendust will kick off the final leg of their tour on November 4 in Knoxville, TN and finish on November 26 in Birmingham, AL with support from Alabama rock band A.Z.  The band will then take a much needed break to enjoy the holidays with their families before returning to the studio to record their next plugged-in album.

Time Travelers & Bonfires, which was released on April 15, debuted at #1 on Billboard’s “Top Hard Music Albums,” becoming their second consecutive #1 album following Black Out The Sun.

It is clear from watching their performance of “Come Down” on AXS TV last month as part of their “Headlining Club Series” that the only thing that will be acoustic for this tour is going to be the guitars that Clint, Vince, and John are going to be playing on.

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Sevendust Tour Dates with A.Z. :
Tue 11/4 Knoxville, TN The International
Wed 11/5 Winston-Salem, NC Ziggy’s
Fri 11/7 Wilmington, NC Ziggy’s By The Sea
Sun 11/9 Orlando, FL House of Blues
Tue 11/11 Ft. Lauderdale, FL Culture Room
Wed 11/12 Jacksonville, FL Underbelly
Thu 11/13 St. Petersburg, FL State Theatre
Sun 11/16 Cape Coral, FL Dixie Roadhouse
Tue 11/18 Mobile, AL Soul Kitchen
Wed 11/19 New Orleans, LA The Howlin’ Wolf
Fri 11/21 Shreveport, LA Riverside Warehouse
Sat 11/22 Little Rock, AR Revolution Music Room
Sun 11/23 Fayetteville, AR George’s Majestic Lounge
Tue 11/25 Atlanta, GA Terminal West
Wed 11/26 Birmingham, AL Iron City

This article was originally posted in Backstage VIPs.

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Julie Goldstein is a 25 year old rock fanatic residing in Jacksonville, Florida. The first concert she ever attended was Evanescence back in 2007 where she became mesmerized by Amy Lee's stage presence. While attending college at the University of Florida for a bachelors degree in English, she saw Halestorm live in 2009 where Lzzy Hale awoke something in her that brought on a calling for music journalism. Julie has since gone from that small club show with her little point-and-shoot Sony to sold out, two day rock festivals behind the barricade with her Nikon DSLR and interviewing top acts such as Lacuna Coil, Sick Puppies, and Butcher Babies. She runs her own website at where fans can take a step backstage for artist interviews, cd reviews, and concert photography.

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