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Tour Dates


Right after their Inkcarceration Festival appearances.


Godsmack, Nothing More, and Flat Black have announced a handful of tour dates after their appearances at both Upheaval Festival and Inkcarceration Festival. Check out the full list of dates below and get your tickets here.

7/19 Grand Rapids, MI Upheaval Festival
7/20 Mansfield, OH Inkcarceration Festival
7/21 Verona, NY The Event Center at Turning Stone Resort Casino (no Nothing More)
7/23 Johnstown, PA 1st Summit Arena
7/25 Gilford, NH BankNH Pavilion
7/26 Bangor, ME Maine Savings Amphitheater

As for Godsmack, you can expect a whole buncha touring and not a whole lotta new music from here on out. Godsmack frontman Sully Erna made it clear in 2023 that Godsmack is open to doing some singles in the future or even a collaboration with another artist, but not any more records.

"We love each other. It's not even a 'like'; it's like a deep love," said Erna in a 2023 interview with 105.7 The Point. "We really do love and respect each other. We've jumped over so many mountains and climbed so many hills, and there's been a lot of complications along the way, so it wasn't a walk in the park by no means. But it's something to celebrate, because here we are; we get along better than ever. The music is still relevant [and] we're still doing big shows. It's really a blessing.

"And now we're even at an age, our daughters, we can hang out with them now as humans, as adults. And it's cool. Maybe we missed a big chunk of the beginning, but the moms were there to nurture them and help with that. We were the providers, but now it's like coming around where they really enjoy coming to see us and coming to see the shows and that kind of thing. My daughter actually is living with me right now. So it's really cool, man. And I love this stage of the career that we're at."

"Listen, you can never say never. We don't know if we're gonna put out a single here or there we don't know if we're gonna do a collaboration here or there. We just know that right now, what feels right for this moment, and it's why we took the steps to announce it, was that we really do believe this will probably be the last full body of work from Godsmack But we're not going anywhere either. We're still coming out. We're gonna be doing live shows and we're gonna tour and honor the career and do kind of a greatest-hits show."

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