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About Evanescence

Evanescence exploded on the music scene, their classic rock guitar riffs and powerful sound elevated by vocalist Amy Lee's sweet and poignant refrains and the band's goth attitude. Cheap Evanescence tickets sell out fast, so snag yours today to join the devoted crowd at one of their dramatic concerts!

A dark fantasy in the hard rock scene
The beginnings of Evanescence go back to 1994 in Little Rock, when guitarist and songwriter Ben Moody overheard singer-songwriter Amy Lee playing a Meatloaf song on the piano. The two started to collaborate, their music appearing on the local radio station. Evanescence started to garner a local fan base, and in 1998 they recorded their first EP. After being signed by a label, the band moved to Los Angeles and focused on producing their first full-length studio album. Fallen was released in 2003, a 7x platinum smash hit that snagged two Grammy Awards. Singles like "My Immortal" and "Bring Me to Life" rode the airwaves for weeks. While Evanescence went on extended world tours to support their albums, in 2012 the band went on hiatus. It wasn't until three years later that the group reunited on stage.

Fans are excited to attend Evanescence's dramatic live shows after such a long hiatus. Cheap Evanescence tickets are sure to go fast as fans rush to snatch them up. Pick up your cheap tickets here to relive the hard rock hits of the early 2000s!

2021 Fall Tour

Evanescence and Halestorm hit the road together in late 2021. The stages were packed with good musicians, classic music and screaming fans on this fall cross-country tour. The two bands started the tour in Portland at the Veterans Memorial Coliseum. From there they traveled around the west coast, the middle of the country and then finally the east coast. Fort Worth, Pittsburgh, Phoenix and Seattle were just some of the cites where these bands performed their best music live. The last tour date was at the DCU Center in December. These bands do not always tour together, so get Evanescence and Halestorm tickets before their tour passes.