Looks like fans will have plenty of opportunity to see Godsmack this fall. The veteran band, touring in support of their 1000hp album, have added more dates to their fall North American tour. The trek now runs through mid-November and will find them sharing stages with some of the biggest acts in rock.

Breaking Benjamin, Sevendust and Rob Zombie will all play dates with Godsmack, while up-and-comers like Sidewise and Red Sun Rising are also participating in upcoming shows with the band. At present, the trek launches Sept. 19 at the Shindig Music Festival in Baltimore, with the newly added dates with Red Sun Rising completing their run in November. The tour also includes stops at such festivals as the Foo Truck and Rock Carnival, the JJO Sonic Boom, the Louder Than Life Festival, Rock Allegiance, and the CJAY 92 Halloween Howler.

Tickets for all shows are currently available via Godsmack's website and while there you can also investigate the VIP ticketing packages available for each show as well.

Godsmack released their 1000hp album in August 2014. Since that time, the disc has spawned the singles "Something Different," "What's Next?" and the title track. Meanwhile, "Generation Day" was also served up as a preview song before the album's release. The band have coordinated a campaign to aid military vets with their current single "What's Next?" Read more about that at this location.

Godsmack Fall 2015 North American Tour

9/19 -- Baltimore, Md. -- Shindig Festival
9/20 -- Clark, N.J. -- Food Truck & Rock Carnival
9/22 -- Cleveland, Ohio -- Jacobs Pavilion*
9/23 -- Detroit, Mich. -- Fillmore**
9/24 -- Battle Creek, Mich. -- Kellogg Arena*
9/26 -- Janesville, Wis. -- Sonic Boom
9/27 -- Springfield, Ill. -- Prairie Capital Convention Center**
9/29 -- Kansas City, Mo. -- Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland**
10/1 -- Shreveport, La. -- Municipal Auditorium**
10/2 -- Huntsville, Ala. -- Von Braun Center**
10/3 -- Louisville, Ky. -- Louder Than Life Festival
10/5 -- Chattanooga, Tenn. -- Track 29
10/6 -- Huntington, W.V. -- Big Sandy Superstore Arena***
10/8 -- Erie, Pa. -- Erie Insurance Arena***
10/9 -- Binghamton, N.Y. -- Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena***
10/10 -- Chester, Pa. -- Rock Allegiance
10/13 -- Wallingford, Ct. -- Oakdale**
10/14 -- Poughkeepsie, N.Y. -- Mid-Hudson Civic Center**
10/16 -- Halifax, Nova Scotia -- Scotiabank Centre**
10/17 -- Moncton, New Brunswick -- Moncton Coliseum**
10/19 -- Ottawa, Ontario -- TD Place**
10/20 -- Montreal, Quebec -- Metropolis
10/23-4 -- Hampton Beach, N.H. -- Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
10/31 -- Calgary, Alberta -- Halloween Howler
11/1 -- Missoula, Mont. -- Adams Center****
11/3 -- Kent, Wash. -- ShoWare Center****
11/4 -- Yakima, Wash. -- Yakima Valley Sundome****
11/6 -- San Francisco, Calif. -- Warfield Theater****
11/7 -- Reno, Nev. -- Grand Sierra Resort & Casino****
11/8 -- Fresno, Calif. -- William Saroyan Theatre****
11/10 -- Tempe, Ariz. -- The Marquee****
11/12 -- San Diego, Calif. -- Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre****
11/13 -- Indio, Calif. -- Fantasy Springs Resort Hotel & Casino****
11/14 -- Las Vegas, Nev. -- Palms Casino Resort - The Pearl****

*with Breaking Benjamin
** with Sevendust
*** with Rob Zombie
****with Red Sun Rising

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