Creed has announced that to kick off the summer “20-10 Tour,” the band will perform a special show at the Hard Rock on July 26 to benefit the victims of the recent Tennessee floods.   Creed has pledged to donate 100% of their Nashville concert’s proceeds to local charity organization, Hands On Nashville (HON), which is spearheading the flood recovery efforts of thousands of volunteers in Middle Tennessee and surrounding areas.
“The 20-10 Tour” kicks offon July 28th in Washington D.C., and is named because the first 2,010 reserved seats are $20 all-in.   This means fans pay a flat rate with no added service charges, and the remaining seats will be priced at $20 or $10, plus applicable ticketing fees.
“The 20-10 Tour” will feature new songs from CREED such as “Rain,” “Overcome” and “A Thousand Faces” from Full Circle, the band’s 2009 release and first new album in eight years, as well as hits such as “Higher,” “My Sacrifice,” “With Arms Wide Open,” “One” and more.   SKILLET and THEFT will be special guests for select dates on the tour, with RED also appearing at several concerts.   A full itinerary and lineup can be found below.

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