International rock powerhouse Fozzy, led by multi-hyphenate superstar Chris Jericho and acclaimed guitar guru Rich Ward, has announced a fall leg of their headlining Save The World Tour supporting their celebrated new studio album, BoomboxThe 20-date outing, featuring special guests No Resolve and GFM, begins on September 8th in Columbus, OH and will travel throughout the U.S. and Canada stopping in such cities as Louisville, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Charlotte, Richmond, Baltimore, Montreal, Toronto, and Philadelphia before wrapping October 10th in Virginia Beach. See below for full list of tour dates. Pre-sale tickets will be available May 25th with the general on sale beginning May 27th at 10am EST. Visit for more info and to purchase tickets.

“2022 has already been the biggest and best year in Fozzy’s career,” shares Jericho. “From Judas going GOLD with 500,000 units sold, to I Still Burn being the fastest charting song in Fozztory, to the Save The World Tour being our most successful run ever, we decided to extend the celebration and do another HUGE run through North America starting in September. So come celebrate Boombox, (which critics are calling our best album ever), the power of rock n roll and the magic of Fozzy LIVE with us again this fall! And bring your party hats…you’re gonna need em!”

Just released May 6th via The Century Family/Sony, Boombox, the band’s eighth full-length studio album and follow-up to their massive 2017 album Judas, entered the Neilson Current Hard Music Albums chart at #5 and the Current Rock Albums and Current Digital Albums charts at #19 and has already amassed nearly 14 million total streams. Boombox features Fozzy’s anthemic single I Still Burntheir newest Top 20 hit at Mainstream Rock radio. The official music video for I Still Burn also recently eclipsed 1 million views, click here to watch. The 12-track collection, also features the Top Ten singles Nowhere to Run (see below) and Sane (watch here). To listen to Boombox, please go here.


September :

8 Columbus, OH @ The King of Clubs

9 Louisville, KY @ Mercury Ballroom

10 Flint, MI @ Machine Shop

11 Pittsburgh, PA @ Jergels

12 Grand Rapids, MI @ Intersection

15 Bloomington, IL @ Castle Theater

16 Hobart, IN @ The Art Theater

17 Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave

18 Cincinnati, OH @ Bogarts

19 Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater

29 Charlotte, NC @ Underground

30 Richmond, VA @ Canal Club


1 Baltimore, MD @ Soundstage

2 Syracuse, NY @ Lost Horizon

3 New Bedford, MA @ The Vault

6 Montreal, QC @ Foufounes Electriques

7 Toronto, ON @ Opera House

8 Albany, NY @ Empire Live

9 Philadelphia, PA @ Brooklyn Bowl

10 Virginia Beach, VA @ Elevation 27

After touring the world and building a loyal fanbase for the better part of twenty years, Fozzy — Chris Jericho (lead vocals), Rich Ward (guitar, vocals), Billy Grey (guitar), PJ Farley (bass), Grant Brooks (Drums) — is the epitome of what a killer rock n roll band should be: catchy, groovy, hooky, sweaty, and most importantly, a great effen time! In addition to their own successful headline tours, Fozzy has also shared the stage in recent years with the likes of Metallica, KISS, Iron Maiden, Avenged Sevenfold,Shinedown, Slash, Three Days Grace, and many more. These five seasoned pros light up every stage they play on with their electricity and charisma, making Fozzy one of the hottest rock acts in the world today. And now with six consecutive Top 20 singles, Fozzy is steadily becoming one of the most successful bands on Modern Rock Radio.

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3 Responses

  1. “Boombox” is a strong album, these guys are really starting to hit their stride. Seen them twice now in concert, always a fun show. Love the addition of PJ Farley to the band.

  2. I was surprised they covered the Frankie goes to Hollywood “Relax.”
    Considering the star of world Two tribes would have been much better.

    1. Charles,

      I always really liked Relax, I felt it had some serious groove. Another really good 80s new wave song that they could have covered, would have been Druran Duran’s Hungry Like The Wolf.

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