Down with ‘The Sickness’: Disturbed announce tour marking 20th anniversary of landmark album

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Disturbed are hoping fans are still down with The Sickness: They’ve just announced a tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of the seminal album.

The tour will feature David Draiman and company playing songs from The Sickness, tracks from their most recent album, Evolution, and their past hits.  Bad Wolves and Staind will join the band on the trek, which kicks off July 15 in Maryland Heights, MO and wraps up September 12 in Auburn, WA.

Tickets go on sale January 31 at 10 a.m. local time via, except for the show in Rogers, AR, which goes on sale at noon local time.  Pre-sales start Tuesday, January 28, and VIP packages are available as well. The tour will be part of the Ticket to Rock 2020, Live Nation’s promotional pricing offer.

Prior to the start of the tour, Disturbed will perform at a slew of festivals, including Rockville in Daytona Beach, FL,  Epicenter in Charlotte, NC, Rock Am Ring in Germany, Pinkpop in the Netherlands, the U.K.’s Donington, and additional festivals in Austria, Switzerland, Poland, Denmark, Belgium, Norway, Sweden and Finland.

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