AZ Novemberfest '15
Saturday, November 21 and Sunday, November 22
Eaglerider Motorcycles is located at 1000 N. McClintock Dr., Tempe, AZ
AZ NOVEMBERFEST’S two-day lineup reads like a Who’s Who of some of today’s most revered alternative rock and heavy metal bands.
Get your fill of both when they perform live on Saturday, November 21 and Sunday, November 22 at Eaglerider Motorcycles. Buy a ticket and you’re automatically entered to win a Harley-Davidson motorcycle, one will be given away each day!
Saturday, Nov. 21: Singer-songwriter-musician and former American Idol finalist Chris Daughtry has released back-to-back No. 1 albums (Daughtry and Leave This town) and scored the No. 1 hits “It’s Not Over,” “Home,” “Feels Like Tonight” and “No Surprise.” With original singer Brett Scallions at the forefront of Fuel, the band widely known for the hits “Shimmer” and “Hemorrhage (In My Hands)” is on the road again in support of their latest album Puppet Strings. Give ‘Em Hell is the title of Sebastian Bach’s latest solo album. The iconic heavy metal vocalist achieved mainstream success as frontman of Skid Row from 1987-96 with such radio dominant tunes as “18 and Life” and “I Remember You.” Alt metal quartet Puddle of Mudd brings their vintage post-grunge sound to the Valley, hits include “She Hates Me,” “Control” and the most-played song across all rock formats in 2001, “Blurry.”
Sunday, November 22: Groove metal quartet and co-headliner Soulfly, led by Max Cavalera, just released their 10th studio album titled Archangel. Cavalera is the former frontman and co-founder of Sepultura, the Brazilian thrash metal band famous for the masterpieces "Roots Bloody Roots,” “Dead Embryonic Cells” and “Attitude.” After a 13-year hiatus, co-headliner nu-metal legend Coal Chamber returns with the newly released comeback album Rivals featuring its opener “I.O.U Nothing.” “Glow,” a track from their album Dark Days, was featured on the Scorpion King soundtrack. Phoenix, Arizona’s own Flotsam and Jetsam is one of metal’s most enduring forces. The band is best known for the classic compositions "Doomsday For The Deceiver," "No Place for Disgrace" and "I Live You Die.” Sacred Reich, another product of Phoenix, Arizona, is considered by some music aficionados as one of the most overlooked speed metal bands of all time. Crowd favorites include "Draining You of Life,” “One Nation,” “Surf Nicaragua” and “Ignorance.” Also hailing from Phoenix, Arizona is heavy metal’s Incite. Frontman Richie Cavalera is the stepson of Max Cavalera (former Sepultura co-founder and Soulfy headmaster). Incite has reached Top 40 status on Sirius Metal Charts and Liquid Metal's the Devil's Dozen.
General Admission tickets for Saturday, November 21: $45 in advance/$60 day of show or $150 for VIP. General Admission tickets for Sunday, November 22: $25 in advance/$40 day of show or $150 for VIP.
Purchase tickets by calling 602-244-8444, or visit aznovemberfest.com. All tickets are subject to a surcharge.
Eaglerider Motorcycles is located at 1000 N. McClintock Dr., Tempe, AZ 85281.
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