Godsmack & I Prevail at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre

Godsmack & I Prevail Tickets

Oak Mountain Amphitheatre | Pelham, Alabama

You will never Stand Alone this Wednesday, May 17, because hundreds of Godsmack fans will sing along with you as you immerse yourself in the music of the Grammy-nominated band in their highly-anticipated concert at the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre. Joined by the explosive post-hardcore quintet I Prevail, the Boston-based rockers will bring their heaping dose of rock 'n' roll attitude to the famous Alabama venue. Sing at the top of your lungs as you jam along to Godsmack's hard-hitting tunes like "Whatever," "Awake," "Greed," and Voodoo." Score your tickets early because a show as explosive as this will likely sell out soon. Set the date and prepare for Godsmack's heavy guitar riffs, powerful vocals, and brooding lyrics. Hit the "Get Tickets" link to place your ticket purchase.

Godsmack & I Prevail at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre

Godsmack is an American rock band formed in 1995 with original members comprised of Sully Erna, Robbie Merill, Tony Rombola, and Shannon Larkin. After debuting a rough demo, they signed up with Universal around 1998. With the band's noticeable incline in album sales, their "Godsmack" album reached spot 22 on the Billboard 200. Subsequently, with their name rising from the likeness of mystical imagery and percussive tribal rhythms of Metallica and Alice in Chains, they followed with another successful album released in 2000. "Awake" immediately reached number five on Billboard 200, earning them a block of certified two-time platinum by RIAA.

A significant milestone in their career was their featured soundtrack in the movie "The Scorpion King," in 2002, which became the number-one single on Rock Radio and the most Active Rock song for 14 weeks straight. The band is now famous for releasing hard-hitting singles like "Whatever," "Keep Away," and "Voodoo." Fan-favorite albums like "Faceless" and "When Legends Rise," Godsmack have made their mark in the metal rock band community.

Along with the release of their new album "Lighting Up The Sky," the Grammy-nominated band is going on tour with I Prevail. I Prevail is an American post-hardcore band from Rochester Hills formed in 2013. The quintet is famous for its songs, including "Bad Things," "Hurricane," "Gasoline," and "There's Fear In Letting Go," among many others. Godsmack's 2023 spring tour will drop at Oak Mountain Amphitheater; watch out for their rock n' roll performance on May 17. Get your tickets here by hitting the "Get Tickets" link.

Godsmack & I Prevail at Oak Mountain Amphitheatre

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