Concert tickets at Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon go on sale Friday (Papa Roach, Three Days Grace, Falling In Reverse, Hollywood Undead, Bad Wolves)

ASHWAUBENON, Wis. (WFRV) – As the weather warms, outdoor activities are blooming in northeastern Wisconsin. In Ashwaubenon, bands are scheduled to play at Capital Credit Union Park and some concert tickets will go on sale this Friday.

According to a statement, two different outdoor concerts are planned in the park.

First gig

According to a post on the park’s Facebook, Three Days Grace will be at Capital Credit Union Park on Saturday, July 23, with special guests Wage War and Zero 9:36.

Three Days Grace is an internationally acclaimed, multi-platinum certified Canadian band that is known for their rock music.

Second gig

Papa Roach and Falling In Reverse recently announced the Rockzilla Summer Tour, which includes Hollywood Undead and Bad Wolves.

Papa Roach is a two-time GRAMMY-nominated and platinum-selling band in hard rock alternative music. They headlined with Falling in Reverse, another platinum-selling rock band.

The tour is set to pass through 24 cities across the United States – but will stop at the park on Sunday August 14.

“We’re thrilled to bring an absolutely full lineup – a night of non-stop rock, in some amazing cities this summer. We haven’t been to some of these cities in a long time… It’s just that we’re celebrating with these bands amazing, all of which bring their own warmth!” shared Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix.

Where to get tickets

Tickets for dates and VIP packages are already available for the first concert with Three Days Grace. You can find the link here.

VIP tickets and various presales have already started for the second Rockzilla Summer Tour concert. All tickets go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, May 20 at 10 a.m. The link to the tickets can be found here.

General information about upcoming concerts in the area can be found via this link.

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