MassConcerts founder Scott Alderman has introduced the triumphant return of Tattoo The Earth.
That includes ANTHRAX, BLACK LABEL SOCIETY, HATEBREED, AT THE GATES, MUNICIPAL WASTE, ENFORCED and lots of extra to be introduced, Tattoo The Earth will happen at The Palladium Outside in Worcester, Massachusetts on Saturday, August 27.
Tattoo The Earth will characteristic two levels of reside music, a tattoo village hosted by Zaza Ink — one of many main tattoo outlets in Massachusetts — and a competition village, which is able to embody piercing, physique portray, artwork occasions, contests, and extra. Meals vans and a Bacon & Bourbon tent will even be on web site.
The unique Tattoo The Earth tour — that includes SLAYER, SLIPKNOT, MUDVAYNE, COAL CHAMBER, SEVENDUST, HATEBREED and SEPULTURA, amongst others — had fairly the historical past. It ran via the summer time of 2000 and was someplace between a kick-in-the-balls to the institution — each society and the music company enterprise — and a trainwreck. It stayed on the right track and performed fairgrounds, racetracks, and even Giants Stadium in New Jersey, becoming a member of forces with a METALLICA gig. The Massachusetts play at Suffolks Downs racetrack in Boston was one of many highlights, each musically and attendance-wise, with over 12,000 tickets bought. Despite the fact that tattooing was paradoxically unlawful in Massachusetts, the present occurred, however was subsequently “banned from Boston for all times” on account of neighborhood complaints of foul language. Over 20 years later, tattooing has lengthy since been legalized within the state, and each that and metallic are firmly embedded in well-liked tradition.
Pre-sale tickets with code “TTE2022” go on sale on Wednesday, April 27 at 10 a.m. ET. Tickets go on sale to most of the people on Friday, April 29 at 10 a.m. ET.
“After I wrote ‘Caravan Of Ache: The True Story Of The Tattoo The Earth Tour’, I by no means imagined it could deliver the present again to life,” says Tattoo The Earth founder Scott Alderman. “Doing the present with the unique promoter, MassConcerts, and having HATEBREED on the invoice, who have been one of many 2000 tour breakout bands, goes to make for a tremendous occasion.”
John Peters of MassConcerts provides: “In 2001, I met Scott Alderman via my manufacturing supervisor and this led to us selling the Massachusetts date on the tour. An opportunity discover in my spam folder two months in the past, of an e-mail selling Scott‘s new e book ‘Caravan of Ache: The True Story Of The Tattoo The Earth Tour’, led to us re-connecting and deciding to current a one-off competition in Worcester.”