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Avenged Sevenfold in Winnipeg

Avenged Sevenfold in Winnipeg absolutely shook the building with a powerful night of hard music. Alexisonfire joined the guys to round out the powerhouse lineup with some powerful tunes and amazing energy. Kim Dracula started things off.

Kim Dracula

Opening artist Kim Dracula from Australia kicked things off with a set that was more style than substance. Masked band members back up a chaotically uniformed Kim who staggered around the front of the stage vaguely singing what they thought qualified as songs. This was more than just not my interest, it was not good. This band needs to spend more time in the practice studio and less time in the props department.


Alexisonfire was a high-octane, emotional rollercoaster that left the crowd both exhilarated and moved. The iconic post-hardcore band hit the stage, hit the stage with an energy that surged to a fever pitch. Dallas Green and George Pettit’s dual vocals were as powerful and captivating as ever, perfectly intertwining to create the signature sound that Alexisonfire is renowned for. They flawlessly performed a diverse setlist, spanning their entire discography, pleasing long-time fans while also introducing newcomers to their unique blend of aggressive and melodic music. The band’s chemistry and stage presence were electric and the camaraderie between the band members was evident in the obvious fun they were having on stage. The audience was also having a great time with crowd surfers consistently coming over the barricade. 

Avenged Sevenfold

The Avenged Sevenfold concert at the Canada Life Centre in Winnipeg was an electrifying and unforgettable experience for all rock enthusiasts in attendance. From the moment the lights dimmed and the band took the stage, the atmosphere was charged with raw energy.

Avenged Sevenfold delivered a mind-blowing performance, showcasing their exceptional musicianship and captivating stage presence. M. Shadows’ powerful vocals resonated through the arena, perfectly complemented by Synyster Gates’ intricate guitar solos. The rhythm section, comprising Johnny Christ on bass and Brooks Wackerman on drums, provided a solid foundation for the band’s heavy and melodic sound. The setlist was a mix of classic hits and tracks from their latest album. The crowd went wild during fan favorites like “Bat Country,” “Nightmare,” and “Hail to the King.” Each song was accompanied by stunning visuals projected on three sides of the stage. The band and the audience were having a great time together. Their night in Winnipeg was also M. Shadow’s birthday, and they took the time to express their gratitude for the audience coming to celebrate with them.

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