Nothing More Concerts Tickets

Nothing More sits where heavy, powerful riffs meet melodic polish to deliver hard rock that is both catchy and lyrically deft. An "elaborate and energetic" live act, their shows typically include incredible metal contraptions and are a sight to behold!

Catch them live at a show near you! Tickets are available through the links below!

LOCAL EVENTS

LOCATION Ashburn, VA

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Jul
19
Summer Daze 2024: Yelawolf, Nothing More, Rittz & 10 Years

Friday - 05:00 pm - Elko County Fairgrounds - Elko, NV

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Aug
31
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Saturday - 08:00 pm - The Blue Note - MO - Columbia, MO

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Sep
3
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Tuesday - 05:50 pm - Little Rock Hall - AR - Little Rock, AR

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Sep
5
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Thursday - 05:50 pm - Boeing Center at Tech Port - San Antonio, TX

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Sep
6
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Friday - 05:50 pm - Bayou Music Center - Houston, TX

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Sep
7
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Saturday - 05:50 pm - South Side Ballroom at Gilley's - Dallas, TX

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Sep
9
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Monday - 05:50 pm - The Tabernacle - GA - Atlanta, GA

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Sep
10
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Tuesday - 05:50 pm - Marathon Music Works - Nashville, TN

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Sep
13
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Friday - 05:50 pm - House Of Blues - Myrtle Beach - North Myrtle Beach, SC

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Sep
14
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Saturday - 05:50 pm - House Of Blues - Orlando - Orlando, FL

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Sep
15
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Sunday - 05:50 pm - Jannus Live - St. Petersburg, FL

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Sep
17
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Tuesday - 05:50 pm - The Orange Peel - Asheville, NC

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Sep
19
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Thursday - 05:50 pm - The Fillmore Silver Spring - Silver Spring, MD

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Sep
20
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Friday - 05:50 pm - Virginia Credit Union LIVE! at Richmond Raceway - Richmond, VA

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Sep
21
MMRBQ: The Offspring, Halestorm, Nothing More & P.O.D.

Saturday - 01:00 pm - Freedom Mortgage Pavilion - Camden, NJ

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Sep
23
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Monday - 05:50 pm - Buffalo Riverworks - Buffalo, NY

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Sep
24
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Tuesday - 05:50 pm - Agora Theatre - Cleveland, OH

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Oct
10
Aftershock Festival: Iron Maiden, Slayer, Motley Crue & Slipknot - 4 Day Pass

Thursday - Time: TBD - Discovery Park - Sacramento, CA

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Oct
13
Aftershock Festival: Motley Crue, Disturbed, Falling In Reverse & Seether - Sunday

Sunday - 11:00 am - Discovery Park - Sacramento, CA

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ABOUT NOTHING MORE

Drummer Johnny Hawkins and guitarist Mark Vollelunga met in seventh grade and became firm friends, regularly jamming together throughout middle and high school. They formed Nothing More in 2003 and began touring and performing on the local circuit in San Antonio, Texas.

CAREER

2004-2010: Formation and early independent releases

In 2004, the band released its funk-influenced debut album, Shelter, which featured vocalist Josh Klaus, bassist Matt Reynolds, and second guitarist Josh Kercheville. Klaus and Reynolds both left the band shortly after, by Travis Cox and Daniel Oliver, respectively. Together, they recorded and released the EP Madhatter's Bliss in July 2005. Vandura, a compilation consisting mostly of tracks from the band’s first two releases, was released in May 2006.

In 2007, Cox was replaced by vocalist Trey Graham. This formation of the band began to gain traction; their album Save You/Save Me became popular amongst fans and they toured as support for Thirty Seconds to Mars, as well as performing on that year’s Vans Warped Tour. However, the band was dissatisfied with the pop punk direction of Graham and parted ways with the singer, with Kercheville leaving not long after.

Mid-2008 saw the band left as a trio. After eight years as the band’s drummer, Hawkins experienced a series of personal problems that, coupled with the band’s high turnover in terms of members, left him with a bout of depression. He decided upon a drastic change of direction for the group and subsequently became their frontman and lead vocalist. The two other band members gave Hawkins their full support and even agreed to remove their previous recordings from retail.

The Few Not Fleeting – the band’s debut album with Hawkins as frontman – was released in February 2009 and the group recruited drummer Devin Traviesto to tour with them.

2011-2015: Nothing More

The band toured for two years in support of The Few Not Feeling and in 2011, began working on new music together. Around this time, drummer Paul O’Brien joined the band in a permanent position, having reached out after his previous band, Pandemic, split up. Nothing More was already aware of his work and hired him after he successfully auditioned. After he joined the band, the four moved into a house together and worked on their upcoming album for three years. During this time, they wrote over 60 songs and raised money for the album via a Kickstarter.

The self-titled album was released independently in June 2013. Following its release, the group appeared at Aftershock Festival. After a successful performance, the band was asked to fill in at the last minute for a bigger band the next day, exposing them to a larger crowd. This led to the band receiving several offer from record labels and they signed a five-album deal with Eleven Seven Records the following March. The label re-released the album in June 2014 and it performed well, charting in the top 20 on the Billboard Digital Albums and Rock Albums Charts, in the top 10 on the Hard Rock Albums and Independent Albums charts, and at number 33 on the Billboard 200.

The album’s lead single, "This is the Time (Ballast)", peaked at number two on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Chart. Its follow-up singles also did well on the chart, with "Mr. MTV" peaking at number 12, "Jenny" peaking at number 6, and "Here's to the Heartache" peaking at number 4.

For the next two years, the band toured in support of the album, including a tour with Chevelle prior to the album's release, an arena tour with Five Finger Death Punch, Hellyeah, and Volbeat in 2014, a tour with Shinedown in 2015, and the Monster Energy Outbreak tour with Marmozets in 2015. In September 2015, O’Brien amicably left the band and was replaced by Ben Andersen, who finished the tour and became a permanent member of the band.

2016-present: The Stories We Tell Ourselves

In early-2016, the band began writing and recording new material and by September 2016 had enough songs for an album. Towards the end of the year, they toured with Disturbed and Chevelle, before returning to the studio in early-2017 to complete the album.

The Stories We Tell Ourselves was released in September 2017, reaching number two on the Billboard Independent Albums and Hard Rock Albums charts, and number 15 on the Billboard 200. The song’s lead single, "Go to War", was released on June 23, 2017, and topped the Billboard Mainstream Rock Songs chart. The album was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album, while "Go to War" received two Grammy Award nominations for Best Rock Song and Best Rock Performance, making Nothing More the most nominated rock band for the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.

Throughout 2018 and 2019, the band toured in support of the album, including an extensive headlining US tour, a support slot with Papa Roach, and another with Ghost.

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