A Message from Creed…

“This tour is all about raw rock and roll, and reconnecting with our roots, our true identity. Creed is, and always has been a band born in the basement of blue collar America. We are taking the show back to what made us CREED before the public knew CREED. Back to our roots, back to what a true rock band is all about.”

– Scott Stapp

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To kick off the summer “20-10 Tour,” Creed 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.

Tickets for the Nashville show will go on sale June 17th at 10AM and are available through Ticket Alternative and at the venue on the night of the show (if there are any left!). Fanclub members can visit Creedworld.com now for exclusive access to VIP seats.

Tickets for all “20-10 Tour” concerts
are available now through all Ticketmaster outlets, through LiveNation.com, or charge-by-phone at 1-800-745-3000 (except the show on August 20th in Gilford, NH). VIP packages are available at creedworld.com/vip

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