Just Announced: 103 GBF Presents: Theory of a Deadman Say Nothing Tour 2022 with special guests Black Stone Cherry, live at the Victory Theatre in Evansville, Indiana. It is another 103 GBF Damn Loud Rock Show! Theory of a Deadman along with Black Stone Cherry will be touring across the US in 2022 and with that tour, a stop at the Historic Victory Theatre on February 14, 2022, presented by 103 GBF.

2022 is shaping up to be a pretty good year for rock music in the River City and we are here for it! Join 103 GBF as we welcome Theory of a Deadman back to Evansville for (what I believe to be) the first time since 2009 when the band played Robert's Stadium with Daughtry, and before that in 2008 at the now long gone, Woody's. The Canadian rockers released their seventh studio album, Say Nothing, in 2020.

As Theory of a Deadman returns to Evansville, they bring with them Kentucky natives, Black Stone Cherry. In fact, the band's fifth studio album was named after their home state but the band originally hails from Edmonton, Kentucky. Their seventh, and most recent studio album, The Human Condition was released in 2020.

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Tickets will go on sale beginning Friday, December 17, 2021, at 10 am CST at Ticketmaster.com and Ford Center Box Office. Of course, we'll have your chance to beat the box office and win tickets for this 103 GBF Damn Loud Rock Show! Be listening all week with Kat Mykals from 10 am - 2 pm for your chance to win!!!

Be sure you use the link above to download the free GBF mobile app so you can get a reminder about the on sale, as well as updates on ticket giveaways, meet and greet opportunities, and more! You don't want to miss out on any of the details about this show. It definitely pays to keep us with you in your pocket with the free GBF mobile app!

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