Godsmack, Shinedown storm through Syracuse

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Fans endure a two-hour rain delay before the hard-rocking acts took the stage late Wednesday at St. Joe's Amphitheater.
Published: September 3, 2018

An intense late summer storm turned Godsmack and Shinedown‘s Syracuse concert into a late-night affair. Thousands of fans of the hard rock acts were treated to opening act Red Sun Rising before a thunderstorm rolled through the St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview forcing the main acts to hold off until nearly 10 p.m. for their turn. Godsmack, whose self-titled debut album turns 20 this year, blasted through old and new hits including recent single “Bulletproof” off the band’s seventh and most recent release When Legends Rise.

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