Brief Review

This South African group began its career in 1999 in Pretoria, but then moved to the United States where they have got many fans and gained true success. Their most famous trek Broken with Amy Lee (Evanescence) reached 20th positions in Billboard Hot 100. They had other number One hits such as Remedy, Fake It, Country Song and others. To see them live, buy Seether tickets here in the table above.


They had started in 1999 as we have previously mentioned in Pretoria. The band consisted of Shaun Morgan (Guitar, vocals), Dale Steward (bass guitar), John Humphrey (drums). The first band’s name was Saron Gas, but they had to change it when they came into the United States.

Their first studio work Disclaimer appeared in 2002 and lead to a one year tour across the United States. This tour helped Morgan to grow his relationship with Amy Lee (Evanescence). The commercial success of the band was growing too. However, it delayed the band’s return to the studio.

In 2004, some of the Seether’s tracks appeared in Punisher (including Broken with Amy Lee). 2004 was fruitful for the band as they finally issued next album Disclaimer II. This studio work included both new song mixed with old ones and rerecorded versions of their previous hits.

One year later another studio album Karma and Effect appeared. This album entered the Top Ten. And a year later there was another work One Cold Night (acoustic). In 2007 Seether released another album Finding Beauty in Negative Spaces. This one included their famous single Fake It. It is to say that this period was hard for Morgan as he broke up with Amy Lee.

In 2009 the band paused their touring career to start their studio work again. In 2011 they have released Holding Onto Strings Better Left to Fray. In 2014, the band issued Isolate and Medicate and in 2017, they released their seventh album Poison the Parish. To listen to their new songs and to see them live, tickets for Seether here in the table above.

Concerts Average Setlist 2017-2018

  • Gasoline
  • Same Damn Life
  • Rise Above This
  • Fine Again
  • Breakdown
  • Driven Under
  • Broken
  • Country Song
  • Nobody Praying for Me
  • Words as Weapons
  • Fake It
  • Remedy

2017-2018 Tour Information

South African rockers launch their next tour in 2017-2018, which kicks off late April and ends on August. The band is going to give concerts across the Northern America including Nashville, Detroit, Philly, Dallas and others. The group is going to support their latest works including Poison the Parish. It is to mention that the band is going to participate in some festivals such as Carolina Rebellion, Rock on the Range, Rocklahoma, Chicago Open Air.


Q: How much are Seether tickets?

A: The average price is below $100. However, depending on location and seats the cost may be higher.

Q: When do tickets go on sale?

A: they are already on sale.

Q: How to buy tickets here?

A: To do this, go to the table above, choose a location and a date suiting to you and press on “Tickets” button.

Seether 2017 Tour Schedule

  1. Apr 29 JetBlue Park At Fenway South – Fort Myers, FL
  2. Apr 29, Metropolitan Park – Jacksonville – Jacksonville, FL
  3. Apr 29, JetBlue Park At Fenway South – Fort Myers, FL
  4. Apr 30, Metropolitan Park – Jacksonville – Jacksonville, FL
  5. May 2, Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA
  6. May 3, Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA
  7. May 5, Rock City Campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway – Concord, NC
  8. May 5, Druid City Music Hall – Tuscaloosa, AL
  9. May 6, Nashville War Memorial – Nashville, TN
  10. May 7, Rock City Campgrounds at Charlotte Motor Speedway – Concord, NC
  11. May 9, Stone Pony – Asbury Park, NJ
  12. May 10, Stone Pony – Asbury Park, NJ
  13. May 11, The Dome at Oakdale Theatre – Wallingford, CT
  14. May 14, House Of Blues – Boston – Boston, MA
  15. May 16, Upstate Concert Hall – Clifton Park, NY
  16. May 17, The Rapids Theatre – Niagara Falls, NY
  17. May 19, Mapfre Stadium – Columbus, OH
  18. May 19, Stage AE – Pittsburgh, PA
  19. May 22, 20 Monroe Live – Grand Rapids, MI
  20. May 24, Saint Andrews Hall – Detroit – Detroit, MI
  21. May 25, Saint Andrews Hall – Detroit – Detroit, MI
  22. May 26, Fever Music Festival Grounds – Pryor, OK
  23. May 27, Sokol Auditorium – Omaha, NE
  24. Jun 1, Knitting Factory Concert House – Boise, ID
  25. Jun 2, Tom McCall Waterfront Park – Portland, OR
  26. Jun 3, Showbox SoDo – Seattle, WA
  27. Jun 5, The Fillmore – San Francisco – San Francisco, CA
  28. Jun 6, House Of Blues – Anaheim – Anaheim, CA
  29. Jun 7, Marquee Theatre – AZ – Tempe, AZ
  30. Jun 10, The Pageant – St. Louis, MO
  31. Jul 14, Toyota Park – Bridgeview, IL
  32. Jul 15, Toyota Park – Bridgeview, IL
  33. Jul 16, Egyptian Room At Old National Centre – Indianapolis, IN
  34. Jul 18, Bogarts – Cincinnati, OH
  35. Jul 19, House Of Blues – Cleveland – Cleveland, OH
  36. Jul 24, Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
  37. Jul 25, Baltimore Soundstage – Baltimore, MD
  38. Jul 27, The Fillmore – Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA
  39. Jul 29, House Of Blues – Myrtle Beach – North Myrtle Beach, SC
  40. Aug 1, Diamond Ballroom – Oklahoma City, OK
  41. Aug 2, Gillioz Theatre – Springfield, MO
  42. Aug 4, Myth – Saint Paul, MN
  43. Aug 5, Eagles Ballroom – Milwaukee, WI
  44. Aug 6, Limelight Eventplex – Peoria, IL
  45. Aug 8, Uptown Theater – KC – Kansas City, MO
  46. Aug 9, The District – Sioux Falls, SD
  47. Aug 14, Boulder Theater – Boulder, CO
  48. Aug 16, The Cotillion – Wichita, KS
  49. Aug 17, Dallas, TX
  50. Aug 19, The Aztec Theatre – San Antonio, TX
  51. Aug 20, House Of Blues – Houston – Houston, TX