Halestorm, The Warning & Lilith Czar at Bank of NH Pavilion

Halestorm Tickets

Bank of NH Pavilion | Gilford, New Hampshire

Hey Freaks, it’s an all-girl five way f***ing rock out! Halestorm bring you the second leg of their 2022 summer tour with very special guests The Warning and Lilith Czar at Bank of NH Pavilion on Monday, July 25th 2022. One of the hardest working rock bands in the world, Halestorm, are blazing through summer with an all-girl rock show, grab some tickets to this f***ing awesome gig, and they have a brand-new album too! Back From The Dead, is due out on May 6th so, get yourself here for some brand new rock tunes!

Halestorm, The Warning & Lilith Czar at Bank of NH Pavilion

“To add to the summer heat… We are blazing a path through the US, reuniting with our dear friends The Pretty Reckless and Lilith Czar! But wait, there’s more. We are incredibly excited to bring some new friends with us, The Warning. If you are not hip to their noise…that’s about to change! Come join us for what will arguably be one of the most epic tours of the summer!” says Halestorm.

Halestorm is lead singer and guitarist Lzzy Hale, her brother, drummer and percussionist Arejay Hale, guitarist Joe Hottinger, and bassist Josh Smithin. The band are well known for their near non-stop touring, often performing as many as 250 shows a year! Halestorm won a Grammy back in 2013 for Best Rock Performance on the song "Love Bites (So Do I)", and they will release their fifth full-length studio album, Back From The Dead, on May 6, which includes a title track that recently became the band’s sixth number 1 at rock radio.

Rising out of the ashes of Juliet Nicole Simms, Lilith Czar was originally the frontwoman of the band Automatic Loveletter, and she won second-place in The Voice, 2012. In February 2021 Juliet Simms decided to end it all, her dreams discouraged and dismissed, her identity confined and controlled, she left her fans in the dust and became, the rock demoness, Lilith Czar with her brand-new album, Created From Filth And Dust. It released in April 2021 and features the song "Anarchy" which charted at number 23 on the Mainstream Rock chart.

And finally, All the way from Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, The Warning are the Villarreal sisters, lead singer and guitarist Daniela, co-lead singer, pianist and drummer Paulina, and bassist, pianist and backing singer Alejandra. Their latest album, Queen of the Murder Scene, came out in 2018, and their latest EP, Mayday, came out in 2021 and is the first half of an upcoming album.

Halestorm, The Warning & Lilith Czar at Bank of NH Pavilion

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