"Iím not afraid of fading
I stand alone
Feeling your sting down inside of me
Iím not dying for it
I stand alone
Everything that I believe is fadingÖ"
"I Stand Alone," by Godsmack, Copyright © Universal Music Publishing Group
If you are a fan of Godsmack or love heavy metal, alternative metal or hard rock, get tickets now for Godsmackís November 3 concert in Kent. This is a rare opportunity to see the 20-year-old band in action, close to home.
Started in 1995 by founder, frontman and songwriter Sully Erna,
Godsmack has released six studio albums, a live album, a compilation and
four DVDs. Three of their albums Ė Faceless, IV and The Oracle Ė were consecutive number-one albums. Godsmackís most recent album is 1000hp, released in 2014. Tickets range from $27.50 to $55.00, and no matter where you sit at ShoWare, youíll have a great seat! Visit ShoWare online for more details and tickets.
Why ShoWare? Have you ever gone to see one of your favorite bands,
and the arena is so big you can barely see the lead singer, much less
the bass guitarist or the drummer? Thatís not true of ShoWare Center,
Kentís fabulous state-of-the-art arena. Whether you are coming for a
rock concert, a business expo, or a hockey game, ShoWare is a big enough
venue to accommodate several thousand fans, but small enough to
actually see and hear your favorite band.
Parking is plentiful and free. Park right at ShoWare Center, across
the street at the Regional Justice Centerís parking garage, or at the
"park and ride" about half a block down the street. Walk to nearby Kent Station
or to downtown Kent to grab a bite or a beverage before the concert. A
fun, affordable night in Kent, without the big city prices or traffic!