Sevendust will play Hard Rock Live in Orlando as part of the ‘Coun7down to 2022’ mini-tour.

Sevendust will play Hard Rock Live in Orlando as part of the ‘Coun7down to 2022’ mini-tour.


Wednesday 24 November 2021

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by Matthew Muir day Wednesday 24 November 2021 in a 10:05 am

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What are you doing (two days ago) on New Year’s Eve? Sevendust invites you to drop some hearings with them as they wrap up 2021 on Hard Rock Live.

Sevendust is set to ring in the new year out loud with a short song “Coun7down to 2022” (This is not a typoA little tour of the south, and the only Florida dates on that run are here in Orlando. And this isn’t just a party, this is the annual local rock station WJRR Mistletoe Jam.

The band was originally scheduled to play Orlando in mid-December as the opening act for Daughtry’s tour, but that was tragically derailed by the death of Chris Daughtry’s daughter.

Sevendust Play Hard Rock Live on Wednesday, December 29th starting at PM. Tickets are available through Hard Rock Live.


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