Halestorm and In This Moment to Perform at the Masonic Auditorium in November

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Earlier today, the hard rock bands Halestorm and In This Moment, two acts that feature female singers, announced today a third leg of their tour. The new dates include a Nov. 26 stop at the Masonic Auditorium.

“You asked for it, and now you’re gonna get it,” says Halestorm frontwoman Lzzy Hale in a press release announcing the dates. “I’m so excited to announce the third leg with my empowering, beautifully vicious women. Three tours, and we don’t show any signs of slowing.”



"We are so beyond excited to be announcing the third leg of such an empowering and beautiful tour,” adds Maria Brink of In This Moment. “We knew after completing the first leg that this was something people were going to be paying attention to, and it felt strong, it felt powerful and it felt liberating."

New Year’s Day will open the show.



“Touring with Maria and Lzzy has been, by far, the best touring experience I’ve ever had,” says New Year’s Day’s Ashly Costello. “I am lifted up and supported by the amazing women of this tour, and everyone feels as if they are family who are rooting for each other to kill it every single night. The positivity is incredible on a personal level. Not to mention, the shows are absolutely ferocious. I am honored to be on stage with these incredible women of metal and rock once again. And honestly, I hope there’s no end in sight.”

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday.

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