Creed reveals plans for “20-10” tour

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Fresh of their 2009 reunion tour, rockers Creed have announced plans to return to the road for “The 20-10 Tour”. The band is pledging to make the show affordable for all fans by pricing tickets at $10 and $20. The first 2,010 people to reserve seats will be a charged a flat $20 with not added service charges. The remaining seats will be priced at $10 and $2 plus service charges. The tour is set to hit Massachusetts on Tuesday, August 3 at the Comcast Center in Mansfield. Tickets will go on sale Saturday at 10 a.m. through Live Nation.

Creed, after selling 35 million albums and earning seven consecutive #1 rock radio singles, disbanded in 2003. Lead singer Scott Stapp toyed with a solo career while the other members of the band formed rock group Alter Bridge. Last summer, the band reformed for a three month reunion tour across North America and followed that up with the release of their forth album, Full Circle, which debuted at #2 on the Billboard Top 200.

More recently, Stapp pledged his love for the Florida Marlins with a tune called “Marlins Will Soar” (based on his solo tune “You Will Soar”). Check out the cheese here.

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