Alice In Chains Plays Only Central Florida Show at Hard Rock Live Orlando August 10

Multi-platinum rock band Alice In Chains will be bringing their tour to Central Florida for one show on Monday, August 10, at the Hard Rock Live Orlando.

Alice In Chains

The band rose to international fame as part of the Seattle grunge movement of the early 1990’s. The band sold millions of albums and was a mainstay on radio and MTV with songs like “Man In the Box,” “Would?,” “Rooster,” and “I Stay Away.”

The band took a hiatus in the mid-90s through the mid-2000’s, which included lead vocalist Layne Staley losing his battle with drug addiction. Then in 2005, members of Alice in Chains reunited to perform a benefit concert in Seattle for victims of the tsunami disaster that struck South Asia in 2004. The band decided to keep touring and eventually started recording again.

The present day lineup, which includes Jerry Cantrell (guitar/vocals), Sean Kinney (drums), Mike Inez (bass), and William DuVall (vocals) is currently on tour following their recent halftime performance at the NFC Championship game in January. This is their first tour since their 2013-2014 worldwide run in support of the Grammy-nominated album The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here.

Tickets for the Hard Rock Live Orlando show run from $45.50 to $100.50, plus tax/fees, and can be purchased online at hardrock.com and at the box office. The band has announced it is donating two dollars for every pre-sold ticket to a memorial fundraiser for a young man named Stefan Dayne-Ankle, who sadly lost his battle with Leukemia.

For more information on Alice In Chains, visit aliceinchains.com.

To get you in the mood for the show, here is the video sampler for The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here:

And here is my favorite Alice In Chains song, “Would?”:

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