Hard Rock Band Disturbed is Bringing Amphitheater Tour Celebrating 20th Anniversary of 'The Sickness' to Cincinnati

The group will be joined by Staind and Bad Wolves when they play Riverbend Music Center in August

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Hard Rock favorites Disturbed have announced an extensive amphitheater tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of their hit album The Sickness. The tour — also featuring Staind and Bad Wolves — will be coming to Cincinnati's Riverbend Music Center on Aug. 15.

Tickets ($29.50-$249.50) go on sale Friday, Jan. 31 via ticketmaster.com.

Disturbed also recently shared a new music video for "Hold on to Memories," a track off of their most recent album, Evolution.

It doesn't appear that the band will be playing The Sickness in full, which is often common practice for a tour celebrating the anniversary of a seminal album. A press release for the tour states "the band will perform songs off (The Sickness), as well as tracks from their most recent studio release, Evolution, and their extensive catalog."

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