In This Moment
War Memorial Auditorium
Starting at $28.50
In This Moment will be at War Memorial Auditorium - May 5, 2017 at 7:30 p.m.
This is an all ages show.
In This Moment , an American metal band from Los Angeles, California, brings the Half God/Half Devil Tour to Nashville with a May 5 stop at War Memorial Auditorium, featuring support by Motionless in White, Avatar, and Gemini Syndrome.
From its debut album, Beautiful Tragedy, In This Moment has become a fan-favorite of several rock festivals. On its fifth album, Black Widow, the band combines heavy guitars, electronic elements, and Maria Brink's vocals to explore positive and negative life experiences and turning weaknesses into strength. The record, the first for the band on Atlantic Records, picks up where the group's 2012 breakthrough, Blood, left off. That album saw In This Moment debut at #15 on the Billboard Top 200, their highest chart position to date, and eventually sold over 250,000 units in the U.S. alone. It also spawned the single "Blood," which rose to #9 on the Mainstream Rock and Active Rock Songs charts. A sold out headline tour, HELLPOP, followed, as well as appearances at the Uproar Festival and Rock On The Range, and jaunts with Shinedown and Papa Roach. After the whirlwind of Blood subsided, Maria and Chris retreated to Las Vegas in February 2014 to begin working on what would become Black Widow with longtime producer Kevin Churko [Ozzy Osbourne, Five Finger Death Punch].
Prohibited items include over sized bags and backpacks, outside food or drink, drugs, smoking or use of vaporizers or e-cigs, selfie sticks, weapons, face paint and face masks, laptops, musical instruments, audio recording devices, laser pens, professional photography equipment (cameras with detachable lenses) and iPads. Certain shows include additional items, these items will be posted on a sign outside of the venue entrance. Please visit our Facebook event pages for additional information.
Gift certificates are available in a variety of denominations and may be redeemed toward any ticketed performance at the historic War Memorial Auditorium as well as the Tennessee Performing Arts Center.