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TOOL In Concert
TOOL In Concert
Nov 04, 2023 | 7:30 PM - 11:00 PM
TOOL In Concert
Ticket prices are $145.50,$120.50, $95.50 and $75.50 plus any additional fees

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SCHEDULE
General Doors: 6:00 p.m.
Showtime: 7:30 p.m.
*Schedule subject to change.

PARKING
Parking is available through Parkmobile Lots will fill up quickly, please plan accordingly.

PROHIBITED ITEMS
No knives
No weapons of any kind
Please review our list of prohibited items prior to arrival.

BAGS & PURSES
The following purses/bags are permitted:
  • Clear purses/bags
  • Wristlets/clutches smaller than 8"x5"
  • Diaper bags
  • Medical bags
All other bags are prohibited. View full purse & bag policy

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Tool established themselves as one of America's most enduring and unpredictable acts with an ever-evolving brand of muscular but mind-altering sonics, a wry sense of humor, and a mystical aesthetic that attracted a cult-like following of devoted fans with just a handful of albums spread across decades. Their greatest breakthrough was to meld dark underground metal with the ambition of art rock, crafting multi-sectioned, layered songs as if they were classical composers. While embracing the artsy, they also paid musical homage to the relentlessly bleak visions of grindcore, death metal, and thrash. Even with their post-punk influences, they executed their music with the sound and feel of prog rock, alternating between long, detailed instrumental interludes and lyrical rants in their songs. Debuting in the early '90s with Undertow, they were initially lumped in with the nu-metal contemporaries of the time, which made them a hit on rock radio with their sophomore effort, 1996's ├ćnima. However, they soon broke away from those associations, evolving beyond the confines of traditional song structures and song lengths, crafting epics that often clocked in past the ten-minute mark on LP head-trips Lateralus (2001) and 10,000 Days (2006). After a lengthy 13-year hiatus, they returned to the fold in 2019 with their fifth opus, the chart-topping, Grammy-nominated Fear Inoculum. In 2022, they celebrated their 30th anniversary with "Opiate┬▓," a re-recorded version of their debut single.
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