Two alternative-metal titans rile up crowds with hits including “Gone Away” and “I Will Not Bow”; Nothing More and Bad Wolves also appearing
What You'll Get
- One G-Pass to see Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin, starting from $20
- General-admission lawn
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Five Finger Death Punch
- Their Rock Resume: Since 2007, this explosive five-piece band has released six straight gold-certified albums, three of which have gone platinum. They’ve also garnered more than 2 billion global streams, making them one of modern rock’s most streamed artists.
- “Gone Away”: The music video for band’s cover of The Offspring’s 1997 hit has been viewed more than 15 million times on YouTube.
- Their Latest Album: The band follows up the chart-topping Got Your Six with their seventh studio album, 2018’s And Justice for None.
- What to Expect: Guitarist Zoltain Bathory says, “There will be fire, there will be lights and it’s going to be loud. An experience you can’t just download, you have to be there.”
- How You Know Them: This five-piece group lead by singer and guitarist Benjamin Burnley has carved out a permanent home in the alternative-metal scene with radio hits such as “So Cold” and the double-platinum “Diary of Jane.”
- Their Streak of Hit Records: Their 2009 album, Dear Agony, went platinum behind the chart-topping single “I Will Not Bow.” After an extended hiatus, the band made its triumphant return with 2015’s Dark Before Dawn, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and featured the mega-hit “Failure.”
- Their Latest Album: 2018’s Ember, featuring the menacing lead single “Red Cold River,” which has already accumulated more than 5.5 million streams
- Nothing More: This Grammy Award-nominated act broke out with their 2017 album, The Stories We Tell Ourselves, which featured the punchy lead single “Go to War.”
- Bad Wolves: Their interpretation of The Cranberries hit “Zombie” hit number one on iTunes, garnering more than 3 million streams and giving the band momentum for the release of their debut album, Disobey.
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