The Hitcher actress Jennifer Jason Leigh has joined the ever growing cast of Showtime’s “Twin Peaks” revival. She joins the confirmed cast of Kyle MacLachlan, Balthazar Getty, Robert Knepper, Amanda Seyfried, and Peter Sarsgaard.
While there are rumors that many of the original cast will be returning to reprise their roles, Michael Ontkean, who played Sheriff Harry S. Truman, has confirmed he won’t be coming back.
The third season of the cult murder mystery show is being directed by co-creator David Lynch, who co-wrote the series with co-creator Mark Frost.
Halloween is fast approaching, and that means grocery stores are stocking their candy shelves with plenty of candy. Not all candies are as beloved as the Hershey’s Kiss though. Some “candies” are reviled by children (and adults) everywhere yet are still given out by sadists who hate children. Here are some of the 10 worst candies given out on Halloween!
There’s a bit in Condemned 2 where you have to fight a lady clown in an elevator that’s inside of a burning building. I mention it because the lady clown wielded one of my favorite weapons in the game — a circular saw on a stick — and now, the lollisaw has made its way to Bloodborne by way of the upcoming The Old Hunters expansion that was revealed last month.
This trailer for Bloodborne: The Old Hunters, in which we see the lollisaw in all its glory, comes to us from the city of love and croissants, where the sixth annual Paris Games Week convention is in full force until November 1.
The Old Hunters is expected to hit the PS4 on November 24 for $19.99. The DLC will also come bundled in the Bloodborne Game of the Year Edition that’s only been announced for Europe.
Sony provided Bloody Disgusting with a new clip from Freaks of Nature, opening in select theaters October 30th.
Robbie Pickering’s horror comedy takes place in the town of Dillford where humans, vampires and zombies were all living in peace… until the alien apocalypse arrived. Now three teenagers – one human, one vampire, and one zombie – have to team up to figure out how to get rid of the visitors.
The clip shows the hilarious Keegan-Michael Key – of “Key and Peele” – who completely loses it when a student asks for a grade change. Key is a vampire teacher, apparently, who gets made when there’s no more blood in the coffee pot, and they’re all out of donuts.
The full cast includes Nicholas Braun, Mackenzie Davis, Josh Fadem, Joan Cusack, Bob Odenkirk, Keegan-Michael Key, Ed Westwick, Patton Oswalt, and even Vanessa Hudgens and Denis Leary!
In ‘Freaks of Nature,’ we welcome you to Dillford, where three days ago, everything was peaceful and business as usual: the vampires were at the top of the social order, the zombies were at the bottom, and the humans were getting along in the middle. But this delicate balance was ripped apart when the alien apocalypse arrived in Dillford and put an end to all the harmony. Now it’s humans vs. vampires vs. zombies in all-out, blood-sucking, brain-eating, vamp-staking mortal combat – and all of them are on the run from the aliens. It is up to three teenagers – one human, one vampire, and one zombie – to team up, figure out how to get rid of the interplanetary visitors, and try to restore order to this “normal” little town.
A trailer for Takashi Miike’s supernatural horror film Over Your Dead Body has been released and can be seen below. The movie will be coming to home video via Scream Factory (pre-order) and digital platforms on January 5th.
“Taking its cue from the art of Kabuki, the terrifying tale unfolds within the walls of a theatre where a troupe of players are in rehearsals for a production of Yotsuya Kaidan, a 200-year-old tale of murder, betrayal, and phantasmagorical vengeance — and where life comes to imitate art in ultimately shocking ways.”
You can read Chris’ review, which calls it, “…haunting, graphic, gruesome and beautiful all at once.”
Writer/director Guillermo del Toro has tweeted that he has turned in the script and budget for Pacific Rim 2, although that doesn’t mean we’re going to be seeing the movie anytime soon.
Del Toro writes:
PACIFIC RIM 2: Budget and script went in. No answers yet. If anything happens, I will post. If nothing happens, I will just keep rambling.
Although there are strong rumors saying that the sequel to the 2013 sci-fi action film won’t happen, del Toro did promise that he would turn in a script, leaving the choice to the studios. Whether or not the apocalypse will be cancelled a second time is now in their hands.
There are two types of “American Horror Story” episodes. The first type jumps from plot to plot to plot and gives so much information that you either get lost or get bored. The second type is more of a fluff episode. It boasts very little plot development and exists mainly for thrills or tone setting (or an actor’s vanity). How Murphy hasn’t learned to balance these things in one episode is beyond me, but I digress. Last night’s episode, “Devil’s Night,” was the second type of episode; next to zero plot development but a ton of fun.
“Devil’s Night” is a who’s who of serial killers. This is an idea I can definitely get behind. Every Halloween, James March holds a ghostly, murderous dinner party with some of the most notorious serial killers of our time. Regardless of the episode’s camp or exploitation, it’s just a really fun idea. I also love the postulation that March was the one to give all these killers tips on how to be a better at their, umm, craft. From what I’ve seen of these killers in various documentaries and such, the actors did a fairly awesome job of portraying them and I wish like hell we could have seen more of them.
But here’s what I really loved about “Devil’s Night”: the idea that a hotel is the sum of all its past guests. One of the reasons a hotel was chosen as the “spooky” setting for this season lies in the fact that we have little control over what happened, will happen, or could happen in our hotel—even more frighteningly, our own personal hotel room—when we make the choice to stay there. In reality, hotels are creepy or gross because they are the sum of the current guests and shoddy cleaning. But what the show has done is turn these very realistic phobias into extreme and supernatural ones. Which makes for some kickass entertainment. Plain and simple.
Before I go on my Chloe Sevigny/Gaga rant, I must praise Even Peters once more for being so perfect at everything he does. As far as the main cast is concerned, Peters has the lion’s share of moxie. He plays the time period of his character to perfection, his gusto is frightening, and every time his façade betrays him and we catch a glimpse of the pure evil underneath the well-fitted suit and perfectly manicured mustache, I’m in awe. Peters was made to play March. And I truly believe he will save this season.
I can’t figure out how to segue into my dislike of Sevigny or her character so I’ll just jump right in. I really, REALLY dislike Sevigny and her stupid ass character, Alex. At the end of “mommy” last week, Alex finally runs into her missing son at the Hotel. I expected big things from that plotline this week. Instead, I’m thinking to myself, why doesn’t she take her son, missing for two years, to the hospital? Why doesn’t she turn the hotel and its owners in to the police for holding her son? Why in HELL doesn’t she tell her husband? I understand that we are asked to suspend quite a bit of disbelief for shows in general, especially horror shows, and double especially for Murphy’s shows. In light of that, there should be some basic beliefs we shouldn’t have to suspend and basically Alex blew through all of them last night. Instead of asking any appropriate people any appropriate questions about her son, she goes straight to the woman who took him and decides (in what couldn’t have been more than a few hours of deliberation) to suck her blood…suck the blood of a stranger…a stranger who ADMITS to kidnapping her son. She does this literally before even talking to her husband just once about what’s going on. That’s poorly plotted. Lots of bad writing decisions being made right there. There’s just no excuse for that kind of laziness in a show that is five years old.
Luckily that part of the episode was pretty minor. Overall, I really enjoyed “Devil’s Night” for exactly what it was supposed to be: a throwback to infamous killers. The mood and tone were sexy and dangerous, the guest appearances (both actors and historical characters) were thrilling and for the most part, the acting was really good. I felt like, for once, the pacing was spot on. Which is not something you’ll hear me say often about an “American Horror Story” episode. I’ll give Murphy this: his “AHS” Halloween episodes are usually pretty awesome.
Mare Winningham simply blew my mind. She makes my hands tremble with how perfect she plays her role. I also really liked that she had a past beyond March and that is had to do with the Wineville Chicken Coop Murders. It was a nice little easter egg, but also utterly heartbreaking.
I was skeptical about “AHS” bringing in an adaptation of Aileen Wuornos, as I’ve always seen her as a victim as well as a killer, but I dug it. Lily Rabe did a great job and it didn’t feel overly exploitive.
I want it to be revealed that both John and Alex have been heavily drugged this whole time and that’s the only reason they are not reacting like the reasonably smart, well-educated, and street-wise people that they’ve been set up to be.
Did you hear that? It’s coming from the basement. Hey, I have an idea — how about you go investigate that strange wailing we’re both definitely hearing, and I’ll stay here so I can keep an eye on that blood-colored teddy bear, on the off chance it suddenly sprouts antlers, catches fire and starts chasing me with a hammer.
That’s the first part of my one man play inspired by the genuinely frightening psychological horror game Layers of Fear. This game was plenty scary already, and now it’s even more frightening thanks to a free content update that rolled out earlier this week, bringing with it some additional polish and a new room that can be found in the basement.
Like the flesh sacks we call our bodies, all of this is temporary. A month from now, it’ll feel like it was a dream. However, Bloober Team is giving players an opportunity to be immortalized in the game. All you need to do is “find all of the unique effects connected with the key words,” and even then, only the first three people to do that will be rewarded with an in-game portrait of themselves.
“I can’t wait to tell you all the ways we’re going to make Outlast 2 gamers suffer.”
That promising quote comes from Red Barrels co-founder David Chateauneuf. I found it on a press release and figured you might like to read that first, since that is absolutely the kind of thing I’d expect — and hope — to hear from the someone who’s partly responsible for bringing the just-announced Outlast 2 to PC, PS4 and Xbox One next year. If its brand of punishment is in line with what the series has done before, I’ll take it with a smile on my face.
Outlast 2 promises to take us on “a twisted new journey into the depths of the human mind and its dark secrets,” that Red Barrels co-founder Philippe Morin promises “will test your faith, pushing players to a place where going mad is the only sane thing to do.”
What little we know about this game has already remedied a few of the things that have bothered me about the series’ setting and cast of characters. I had a good time in Mount Massive, but these games are too good to employ such an overused and stereotypically scary locale as an asylum. As for the cast, well, it isn’t so much a cast as it is a legitimate freakshow of dead-eyed men wearing soiled adult diapers. In Outlast 2, they’re joined by ladies.
And yes, the night vision camera is returning. Obvs.
Stoner rock band Coliseum have released a video for their song “Comedown”, which comes off their album Anxiety’s Kiss. The gindhouse-heavy video, which was directed by Rafael Mayoral-Parracia, shows a man on a mission to save a woman at all costs, even if it includes slicing out eyeballs, ignoring roadside murders, and casually observing children stabbing a hand to a table. The video, which premiered at Under The Radar, can be seen below.
You can get your copy of Anxiety’s Kiss via Bandcamp.
Today we see the last member of metal band Escape the Fate share his favorite parts of Halloween with the BD crowd. Vocalist Craig Mabbitt makes things rather adorable as he talks about dressing up with his daughter each year, each year presenting a different opportunity for them to connect with their love of horror. Additionally, he sees Halloween as the start of his, “…favorite few months of the year“, which brings its fair share of delicious treats and heavenly aromas. Check out his full explanation below!
Make sure to pre-order your copy of Hate Me via Districtlines.
Craig Mabbitt on Halloween:
The movies and the music!!!!! Halloween has notoriously always been so awesome – I remember always being so excited for Hocus Pocus to be continuously played on Disney Channel growing up, watching the old school Green Mask Goosebumps movie and staying up late at a friend’s house to watch Halloween or Nightmare On Elm Street.
I know a lot of Halloween fanatics quickly write off Xmas and to that I say fuck off! Ever seen NBC!? Halloween is the start of my favorite few months of the year. It’s pumpkin everything, Costco Pecan Pie, and that fall smell of a campfire in the air. When people say they love Halloween 365, so do I, and I’m not talking about JUST the makeup.
I have fond memories of decorating my house as gruesome as possible. My dad was a Clark Griswold of sorts when I was younger and I’ve carried that tradition on. Main difference is the costumes; my daughter always decides what she wants the “family” to be and I obviously follow suit. Of course I give input here and there, but we’ve had fun with it, we’ve been Alice and the Mad Hatter, Toad and Princess Peach, Dracula and Mavis from Hotel Transylvania, Spider-Man and White Tiger etc. This year she’s being a Five Nights at Freddy’s character but unfortunately I’m on the road this year.
Once she’s older, I’m hoping to get a bit bloodier with it but who knows. Anytime I get the chance to be home for Halloween, I’m going to match with my little girl no question.
10/13 – Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
10/14 – San Francisco, CA @ DNA Lounge
10/15 – Chico, CA @ Senator Theatre
10/16 – Sacramento, CA @ Boardwalk
10/17 – Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
10/18 – Seattle, WA @ Studio Seven
10/19 – Spokane, WA @ Knitting Factory
10/21 – Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
10/22 – Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
10/23 – Kansas City, KS @ Aftershock
10/24 – Minneapolis, MN @ Mill City Nights
10/25 – Chicago, IL @ Bottom Lounge
10/26 – Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot
10/29 – Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
10/30 – New York, NY @ Marlin Bar at Webster Hall
10/31 – Poughkeepsie, NY @ The Chance
11/01 – Allentown, PA @ Crocodile Rock Café
11/02 – Greensboro, NC @ Greene Street
11/03 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
11/05 – Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th Street Collective
11/06 – Houston, TX @ Walters
11/07 – Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey Bar & Grill
11/08 – Austin, TX @ Dirty Dog
11/09 – San Antonio, TX @ Korova
11/10 – El Paso, TX @ Mesa Music Hall
11/11 – Phoenix, AZ @ Joes Grotto
11/12 – Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl at Hard Rock Hotel
11/13 – Santa Crus, CA @ The Catalyst
11/14 – Hollywood, CA @ The Whisky
11/15 – San Digeo, CA @ SOMA
01/28 – Manchester, UK @ Club Academy
01/29 – Glasgow, UK @ Cathouse
01/30 – Nottingham, UK @ Rescue Rooms
01/31 – Paris, FR @ Le Divan Du Monde
02/02 – Wiesbaden, DE @ Schlachthof
02/04 – Munich, DE @ Strom
02/05 – Milan, IT @ Legend Club
02/06 – Pordenone, IT @ Deposito
02/08 – Vienna, AT @ Szene
02/09 – Prague, CZ @ Rock Café
02/10 – Berlin, DE @ Bi Nuu
02/11 – Hamburg, DE @ Logo
02/12 – Amsterdam, NL @ Melkweg Oz
02/13 – Koln, DE @ Underground
02/14 – Belgium, NL @ Mod Box
02/16 – London, UK @ Electric Ballroom
02/18 – Moscow, RU @ Red Club
02/19 – St Petersburg, RU @ Cosmonavt Club
If you’ve been keeping up with AMC’s “The Walking Dead“, you know that the show is okay with killing off popular characters. People that you think are going to be okay end up going through the digestive system of a walker, ultimately falling out unceremoniously in a smelly pile on the ground.
As we’re now in the sixth season of the show, it’s possible that some of us have forgotten a few of the notable character deaths that have occurred over the past several years. So, to help you out, we’ve been provided this fantastic infographic that highlights many characters, who they were, what they meant to the team, and more.
With the events of last week’s episode, do you think a certain character should be added to the list? Or would that be a bit premature?
Just yesterday we posted a video on how Ghostbusters would’ve looked had it been a sitcom. That one made a lot of sense. The blend of comedy and horror mixed with the varied, diverse, and interesting characters would’ve made a perfect TV show. But what if we went further down the rabbit hole? What if we took something that fit the above criteria but added a ton of violence, gore, and depravity? I’m talking, of course, about Rob Zombie’s 2003 horror film House of 1,000 Corpses.
Below is a video that takes clips from the film and splices them together to the theme music of the beloved 90’s sitcom “Full House”. What results is something wildly surreal but strangely intriguing. I’d honestly be 100% into watching a few episodes of something like this!
Also, now I’ve got that damn song stuck in my head…
Something wicked this way comes, courtesy of the fine folks at Russian developer Ice-Pick Lodge. Pathologic Classic HD rolls out on PC today to help prepare us for the remake that’s expected to arrive in 2016. I know it’s not easy getting excited for a remaster these days, but I suspect this one will find a spot among the best of them. If any remaster is going to do its source material justice, it’ll be the one that comes from the team that made the original game.
In addition to the added support for cloud saves and achievements, Pathologic Classic HD features “updated graphics and effects while addressing the most prominent criticisms of the original game with a newly translated script, and new voice-overs including reinstated dialogue.”
Unlike the remaster, the Pathologic remake is considerably more ambitious in what it will change.
“While being a critical success in some markets and having the status of a “cult classic”, the original game still had many evocative ideas to explore—and we set to do just that,” explains Ice-Pick Lodge. “However, during the production of the Pathologic Remake we’ve come to realize that some of the ideas and plans we have for the new game have strayed rather far from the original.
It’s inevitable that some aspects of the remake will not be embraced by everyone. There’s no getting around it, and that’s why we’re getting two Pathologic games.
“This way, the original Pathologic will always be available to you even if you come to disagree with the changes made in the Remake. And if you haven’t played it at all, you’ll have a chance to get to know the game that has defined us as a studio in a definitive way.”
Pathologic Classic HD releases today exclusively for PC.
Before we go, I’ve noticed some confusion regarding what differentiates a remaster from a remake, so let’s go ahead and tackle that real quick.
A remaster is a minor to moderate update of a game, old or new, that tends to focus on improving the original without introducing any fundamental changes to how it looks or plays. A remake takes that idea and runs with it by re-building its source material from the ground up in a new engine, often with new features and content.
For example, when Resident Evil released on the GameCube in 2003, that was a remake of the 1996 original, while the Resident Evil we got back in January was a remaster of that remake. Are your ears bleeding yet? Don’t be alarmed, brains do that sometimes.
We’ve teamed up with rapper Madchild to bring you the exclusive music video premiere for “Brain Dead”, which comes from his album Silver Tongue Devil. The video shows Madchild performing in what looks like an abandoned and dilapidated house while cuts of zombie-esque women and violent scenes from movies and interspersed throughout. I don’t know if I’d say this is NSFW but there are definitely some gruesome moments, so I’d exercise some caution on where and when you’re watching this.
Madchild tells BD:
I love this time of year, but I’m always on tour on Halloween so I never have the chance to dress up in costume. I thought it would be cool to create a video with a horror world with a bunch of cool looking zombie chicks. I was in a fairly dark place in my life when I wrote this song and it came out with this slight suicidal overtone to it. Although I would never do anything like that, it was scary to be in that frame of mind at the time and wanted to express how I felt in a song. The song and video is the perfect for Halloween.
Silver Tongue Devil can be purchased via iTunes.
Oct 30 – Billings, MT @ Pub Station
Oct 31 – Bozeman, MT @ The Molly Brown
Nov 05 – Worcester, MA @ Palladium Upstairs
Nov 07 – Augusta, ME @ Shenanigan’s
Nov 15 – Mexico City, Mexico @ Carpa Astros
Nov 19 – Oakland, CA @ Grand Live at Venue Oakland
Nov 21 – West Hollywood, CA @ Viper Room
Dec 02 – Stuart, FL @ The Birdseye
Dec 03 – West Palm Beach, FL @ Propaganda
Dec 04 – Satellite Beach, FL @ Sports Page Live
Dec 05 – Saint Petersburg, FL @ State Theatre
Dec 06 – Miami, FL @ Churchill’s
PSA: Don’t be this scaredy-cat.
A lot of viral prank videos are more fake than “The Hills.”
The below video looks pretty damn real to me as some dude and his girlfriend, who has since dumped his ass (okay, we’re just assuming here), enter a haunted house. The video captures him freaking out. He doesn’t just scream like an adolescent, he also begins to faint and has to be escorted out by the staff.
I think the best thing in this video is that the girl, who the guy is cowering behind, has a huge smile as she screams. At least someone had fun…
We’ve got an exclusive clip from Terry Miles’ revenge thriller Even Lambs Have Teeth that shows that having a best friend ready to help you at a moment’s notice is always better than having Jesus Christ on your side! Well, when it comes to swinging a baseball bat, that is.
“Two beautiful young women abducted by a nasty family of small town psychopaths, escape and take savage and imaginative revenge on their attackers.”
Patrick writes in his review that, “‘Even Lambs’ reaches a nice balance of human horror, dark comedy, and violent revenge flick.”
Even Lambs Have Teeth stars Kirsten Prout, Tiera Skovbye, and Michael Karl Richards. It will be up for sale at AFM.
We have an amazing contest for the true Tremors fans out there!
(5) lucky Bloody Disgusting readers will enter to win a copy of Tremors 5: Bloodlines signed by Michael Gross and Jamie Kennedy, as well as the Tremors Attack Pack that includes the first four films!
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A deadly threat resurfaces halfway around the world when giant, man-eating worms attack a South African wildlife park in the sci-fi comedy, Tremors 5: Bloodlines, now available on Blu-ray Combo Pack, DVD and Digital HD from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.
Michael Gross (“Family Ties,” “Suits,”) returns as Graboid hunter extraordinaire Burt Gummer, with Jamie Kennedy (“The Cleveland Show,” Scream franchise) as his new tech-savvy second-in-command, in this all-new adventure. The latest chapter of the franchise known for its campy humor and voracious monsters features thrilling new special effects, 25 minutes of bonus features; extended scenes and outtakes, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the film.
In Tremors 5: Bloodlines, “The stakes are raised for survivalist Burt Gummer (Michael Gross) in his most dangerous monster hunt yet. When Gummer’s hired to capture a deadly Assblaster terrorizing South Africa, he and his new sidekick, Travis Welker (Jamie Kennedy), find themselves in a battle to the death against the fiercely aggressive Assblasters and Graboids. Discovering that the monsters have evolved into even more lethal creatures, their mission takes on a whole new level of unseen terror — far more than they bargained for.”
When it comes to Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters, there’s really no better person to give their seal of approval than Dan Aykroyd. After all, Aykroyd is the co-writer of the original two films, alongside Harold Ramis, who passed away early last year. He’s the man who helped create the universe in the first place. And to all the doubters of Feig’s version, Aykroyd thinks your worries are in the wrong place.
“In a way, his movie might be a little better than the first two because they can do more — CGI might be a little better. But also, you know, there might be more jokes in it. I’m really happy with what I’m seeing,” Aykroyd told EW. He continues, saying that he thinks, “…Paul’s idea of the gender shift was a very smart and fresh way to get everybody to re-look at this in a new way.”
In fact, Aykroyd’s belief in the film was so strong that he didn’t feel like he needed to be a part of it. “None of us lobbied to be in the third movie. We all felt that this Paul Feig concept was so strong that we didn’t have to be in it. But he called me. And of course, I said, ‘I want to help in any way I can.’”
This news comes after Kristin Wiig expressed her disappointment at the reaction that man people have had over the film, especially considering that they haven’t seen anything concrete aside from a few photos that have been provided by Feig.
While additional dates for Black Sabbath‘s final tour have been added through much of 2016, fans must now begin to accept the bitter news that this really will be the end of the legendary heavy metal band.
“It’s the end of Sabbath, believe me, singer Ozzy Osbourne tells NOLA. “In December, I’ll be fuckin’ 68 and I think it’s time to call it the end of the day. I’m not saying I won’t get on stage with Geezer [Butler] or Tony [Iommi] or any of them some time, but officially we’re going to be done.
“I don’t want it to dwindle and dwindle and play just for the sake of making another fuckin’ sack full of cash. So it’s time, and then I’ll go back to doing my own thing,” he explains.
Furthermore, while we were gifted the incredibly solid and thoroughly enjoyable 13 (review), Osbourne has now confirmed to the site that there will be no new album.
While a selfish part of me wishes that they’d get into the studio, knock something out, and then never tour it, I respect their wishes and their journey enough to simply say, “Thank you for all you’ve given us.” It’s been one helluva journey.
‘The End’ second leg tour dates:
8/17 Wantagh, NY @ Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
8/19 Philadelphia, PA @ Susquehanna Bank Center
8/21 Washington DC @ Jiffy Lube Live
8/23 Holmdel, NJ @ PNC Bank Arts Center
8/25 Boston, MA @ Xfinity Center
8/27 Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
8/29 Toronto, ON @ Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
8/31 Detroit, MI @ DTE Energy Music Theater
9/2 Indianapolis, IN @ Klipsch Music Center
9/4 Chicago, IL @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
9/7 Dallas, TX @ Gexa Energy Pavilion
9/9 Albuquerque, NM @ Isleta Ampitheater
9/11 Salt Lake City, UT @ USANA Ampitheater
9/13 Portland, OR @ Sunlight Supply Arena
9/15 Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena
9/17 Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand Garden Arena
9/19 Hollywood, CA @ Hollywood Bowl
9/21 Phoenix, AZ @ AK-Chin Pavilion