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Papa Roach and Falling In Reverse to perform in Grand Forks this summer

Papa Roach and Hollywood Undead were scheduled to perform at the Alerus Center March 8 as part of the Kill The Noise tour, but the show was canceled two days in advance to accommodate a rescheduled show in Denver.

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Papa Roach and Falling In Reverse are performing at the Alerus Center Aug. 10 with special guests Hollywood Undead and Bad Wolf.
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GRAND FORKS — Papa Roach and Falling In Reverse are coming to the Alerus Center on Aug. 10 as part of the Rockzilla Summer Tour, with special guests Hollywood Undead and Bad Wolves.

Papa Roach and Hollywood Undead were scheduled to perform at the Alerus Center March 8 as part of the Kill The Noise tour, but the show was canceled two days in advance to accommodate a rescheduled show in Denver.

“We’re thrilled to bring an absolutely packed lineup — an evening of non-stop rock to some amazing cities this summer,” Papa Roach frontman Jacoby Shaddix said in a news release. “We haven’t been to some of these cities in a long time. … (It’s) only right that we celebrate with these amazing bands, who all are bringing heat of their own!”

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VIP tickets and presales will begin Tuesday, May 17, at 11 a.m., and all tickets will go on sale to the general public Friday, May 20, at 10 a.m. at Transystems Box Office or Ticketmaster.

“We are very glad to bring out such a phenomenal line up," Falling In Reverse's Ronnie Radke said in the release. "Fans have asked for years for a FIR/Papa Roach tour, and now the time has finally come. Not to mention Hollywood Undead and Bad Wolves are also on the bill. This will be a tour to remember."

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