Queensrÿche announce US headline tour with openers John 5 and Eve To Adam

Queensrÿche announce US headline tour with openers John 5 and Eve To Adam

Queensrÿche consisting of lead vocalist Todd La Torre, guitarists Michael Wilton and Parker Lundgren, bassist Eddie Jackson and drummer Casey Grillo have announced 2020 dates for their headlining tour of the United States of America with openers John 5 and Eve To Adam.

The following message was posted in part on Queensrÿche‘s Facebook page earlier today (with slight edits):

“(Bellevue, Washington – September 23, 2019) – Rock icons Queensrÿche are proud to announce “The Verdict” 2020 Headline Tour today! The band will be joined by special guests John 5 and Eve To Adam starting on January 17th in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida and wrapping up on February 27th in Orlando, Florida. For more information on upcoming tour dates and to purchase tickets, or VIP packages, please visit our website tour page here: http://www.queensrycheofficial.com/tour-dates

“Hey Rychers, we are hitting the road in January 2020 with John 5 and Eve To Adam! Come see this entertaining extravaganza in your city!” states Michael “Whip” Wilton about their upcoming U.S. tour.

The band has been touring nonstop in support of The Verdict, which was released in the spring of 2019 via Century Media and debuted in the top 10 around the world, such as: #6 on Germany’s Album Chart, #4 on the UK’s Rock Chart, #8 on Sweden’s Physical Album Charts, #9 on France’s Physical Album Chart, #4 on USA’s Hard Music Chart, #8 on USA’s Rock Chart, #14 on USA’s Top Current Chart and #16 on USA’s Billboard Top Albums.

Before hitting the road for their 2020 U.S. Headline Tour, Queensrÿche will be in Europe for a handful of headlining dates with their special guests Firewind.

All upcoming tour dates are listed below.

Purchase and stream The Verdict here:

November 15 – Thessaloniki, Greece – Fix Factory Of Sound
November 16 – Athens, Greece – Fuzz Club
November 19 – Krakow, Poland – Kwadrat
November 21 – Telfs, Austria – RathausSaal Telfs
November 23 – Stockholm, Sweden – Fryshuset Klubben
November 24 – Gothenburg, Sweden – Tradgarn
November 25 – Oslo, Norway – Tradgarn
November 26 – Copenhagen, Denmark – Pumpehuset
December 4 – Mannheim, Germany – MS Connexion
December 5 – Dornbirn, Austria – Conrad Sohm
December 6 – Geiselwind, Germany – Christmas Bash
December 7 – Oberhausen, Germany – Ruhrpott Metal Meeting
* Firewind do not appear

w/John 5
January 17 – Ft Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room
January 18 – St Petersburg, FL – Jannus Live
January 19 – Jacksonville, FL – Florida Theatre
January 23 – Houston, TX – House of Blues
January 24 – San Antonio, TX – Aztec Theater
January 25 – Dallas, TX – House of Blues
January 28 – Phoenix, AZ – Marquee
January 29 – San Diego, CA – Music Box
January 30 – Anaheim, CA – House of Blues
January 31 – San Francisco, CA – Slims
February 4 – Portland, OR – Crystal Ballroom
February 5 – Seattle, WA – Neptune
February 7 – Denver, CO – Ogden
February 8 – Kansas City, MO – Knuckleheads*
February 9 – St Louis, MO – Delmar*
February 12 – Grand Rapids, MI – 20 Monroe
February 13 – Detroit, MI – St Andrew’s Hall*
February 14 – Pittsburgh, PA – Roxian Theatre
February 15 – Sayerville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
February 16 – Boston, MA – Big Night
February 19 – Glensdale, PA Keswick Theatre
February 20 – Baltimore, MD Baltimore Sound Stage*
February 21 – North Myrtle Beach, SC – House of Blues
February 22 – Charlotte, NC – The Underground*
February 26 – Atlanta, GA – Buckhead Theater*
February 27 – Orlando. FL – Plaza Live
*without John 5″

Sleaze Roxx stated the following in its review of Queensrÿche‘s set at the inaugural Slam Fest in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada on July 6, 2019: “With the band’s last three albums that have all featured Todd La Torre, Queensrÿche have made a conscious effort to rekindle that relationship with their fan-base. They have brought forth a sound of old that many are really gravitating towards. I myself commend the band for doing so and feel that a lot of the material on those three albums is stellar, but with that said, in a concert setting, I prefer to hear the popular material. Possibly it’s because they followed Great White and Skid Row. With those two bands playing so many hits, it created a certain expectation. Somehow, Queensrÿche missed that mark, but they are entitled to play whatever they want and I feel had it been solely a Queensrÿche show, I would have been a little more receptive to what they had to offer.”