Five Finger Death Punch to play free show in Tilburg on Monday

Posted by on June 16, 2017

Today (16), Five Finger Death Punch announced they will return to Tilburg this Monday (19) to play a free show for the ticket holders from their horrific performance earlier this week, which resulted in Ivan Moody quitting on stage and heading directly to rehab. It has been quite the week for the group, however guitarist Jason Hook feels “liberated” now that Moody is (at least temporarily) not singing for the band  and their shows will continue as planned, with Tommy Vext filling in on vocals.

Guitarist Zoltan Bathory commented:

“Last Monday’s show was an avalanche of events largely out of our control. We could sit here all day and apologize but our fans in the Netherlands deserve better than that. They’ve stuck with us all these years and helped get us to where we are today. So, we managed to re-route our tour and come back to Tilburg and play a free show on our day off – because actions speak louder than words.”

The show will take place at the same venue, the 013 in Tilburg. Ticket holders from last week will receive an email from the venue with instructions on how to obtain their free tickets. For those that want to attend and don’t have a ticket, announcements and additional details will be made at the venue’s website for on how to obtain free access.


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