Shinedown wraps up concert season at St. Joseph’s Amphitheater
Shinedown performs at St. Joseph’s Amp
The Revolutions Live Tour performance also featured bands Spiritbox and Papa Roach.
American rock band Shinedown closed out the summer concert season at St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview with a bang on Wednesday.
More than 5,000 fans packed the amp for The Revolutions Live Tour, complete with pyrotechnics and flashing stage lights.
Shinedown opened their set with popular tracks “Diamond eyes” and “Dead Don’t Die,” the hit track off their lasted album “Planet Zero.”
The two-hour set also featured fan-favorites “Sound of Madness,” “Second Chance” and “Cut the Cord.”
Shinedown’s tour was supported by Canadian heavy metal band Spiritbox and popular American rock band Papa Roach.
Both bands got the crowd ready for the night with Spiritbox vocalist Courtney LaPlante’s guttural screams and Papa Roach vocalist Jacoby Shaddix’s high energy as he ran out into the crowd to perform the hit song “…To Be Loved” at the start of their set.
The Revolutions Live Tour will continue throughout the fall concluding on October 20 in Denver, Colorado.