TOOL is one of the known prog-rock bands of all time – cpn

TOOL is one of the known prog-rock bands of all time, and TOOL just announced they will return to the stage in fall 2023 for more concerts and festivals. We will help you find cheap tickets to upcoming TOOL concerts, shows, or festivals in 2023. Check all TOOL fall 2023 tour dates below!


TOOL was founded in Los Angeles in 1990 by Maynard James Keenan, guitarist Adam Jones, bassist Justin Chancellor, and drummer Danny Carey. TOOL immediately gained a reputation for pushing the boundaries of metal and breaking conventional songwriting.


The music of Tool is distinguished by complicated rhythms, captivating guitar melodies, and Keenan’s melancholy and introspective vocals. Their albums, such as “Undertow,” and “Lateralus,” demonstrate their ability to flawlessly integrate strong riffs, progressive time signatures, and atmospheric soundscapes.


Tool’s lyrics delve into meditative subjects, delving into existentialism, spirituality, and the human condition. Keenan’s cryptic and introspective lyrics inspire listeners to ponder deeper meanings and interpretations, providing an additional depth of mystery to their music.


Tool’s aesthetically stunning live performances are one of the band’s defining characteristics. Tool delivers an immersive and sensual experience for their listeners by including intricate stage configurations, dazzling visuals, and precisely timed lighting. Their performances are painstakingly constructed, frequently involving projected graphics, symbolic visuals, and captivating animations that compliment the intensity of their music.


The influence of Tool on the music industry goes beyond their music and live performances. Their record artwork, which is normally created by guitarist Adam Jones, is renowned for its elaborate and symbolic motifs, adding to the band’s cryptic reputation.


Following a concert performance at the Louder Than Life festival on September 22nd, Tool’s tour will officially begin on October 3rd in Loveland, Colorado. Their next two appearances will be at the Aftershock and Power Trip festivals, before a string of headline gigs concludes with a two-night stay in Toronto on November 20th and 21st.


Also, Tool frontman Maynard James Keenan talks about the Tool 2023 fall tour dates:


“No point in choosing something similar to us. The approach or criteria I usually take when it’s my turn to choose an opener is Diversity. No point in choosing something similar to us. Most are only here for the headliner, anyway. But for those with open hearts and minds, I choose something I feel is compelling in its own way.




@blonderedheadofficial is my pick for this upcoming run. Incredible melodies, complex & subtle rhythms, and nontraditional arrangements. But Nothing like @Toolmusic. And Not meant to be. Obviously, if it’s not your thing, don’t worry. What you came to hear will soon follow. But if any of what you hear resonates, @blonderedheadofficial have a deep catalog for you to get lost in for years to come.”


You can check the Tool 2023 fall tour dates and poster below!


Tool 2023 fall tour dates poster

Tool 2023 fall tour dates poster


October 3 – Loveland, CO Budweiser Event Center

October 6 – Aftershock Festival 2023

October 8 – PowerTrip Festival 2023

Oct. 8 – Indio, CA Power Trip

Oct. 10 – Salt Lake City, UT Delta Center

Oct. 12 – Idaho Falls, ID Mountain America Center

Oct. 14 – Nampa, ID Ford Idaho Center

Oct. 15 – Spokane, WA Spokane Arena

Oct. 17 – Eugene, OR Matthew Knight Center

Oct. 19 – Portland, OR Moda Center

Oct. 20 – Tacoma, WA Tacoma Dome

Oct. 22 – Kelowna, BC Prospera Place Arena

Oct. 23 – Vancouver, BC Rogers Arena

Oct. 25 – Edmonton, AB Rogers Place

Oct. 27 – Calgary, AB Scotiabank Saddledome

Oct. 29 – Winnipeg, MB Canada Life Center

Oct. 31 – St. Paul, MN Xcel Energy Center

November 1 – Milwaukee, WI Fiserv Forum

Nov. 3 – Knoxville, TN Thompson-Boiling Arena

Nov. 4 – Charleston, WV Charleston Coliseum

Nov. 6 – Rochester, NY Blue Cross Arena

Nov. 7 – Allentown, PA PPL Center

Nov. 10 – Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena

Nov. 13 – Manchester, NH SNHU Arena

Nov. 15 – Boston, MA TD Garden

Nov. 16 – Philadelphia, PA Wells Fargo Center

Nov. 19 – Montreal, QC Bell Center

Nov. 20 – Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena

Nov. 21 – Toronto, ON Scotiabank Arena

You can also watch the Tool‘s live show in Columbus, OH, USA on May 25th, 2023 below!

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