UPDATE 11/9/2021

Following the cancellation/rescheduling of the September date, we now have confirmation that the Drowning Pool, Ill Nino, and Hed PE concert will be Sunday, April 10th. As of now, this is the very last date on that tour, so we're expecting one hell of a party.

If you purchased tickets for the September date, they will be honored at the April 10th show. If you purchased tickets and would like to inquire about a refund, please visit Stubwire.com/help.

You can now purchase tickets for the April 10th show at Stubwire.com.

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UPDATE 9/28/2021

Well, unfortunately, this concert has been postponed and will be rescheduled for a date in early 2022. At the time of writing this, we (at Rock 108 and J&B Productions, the promoter) aren't 100% sure what circumstances were involved in making this decision as we are still awaiting word from tour management.

However, we are confident the show will not take place on Wednesday at the Convention Center. 

Once we hear back from tour management, we'll post their announcement here.

For those that have already purchased tickets, we've been told your tickets will indeed be honored at the rescheduled date. Guaranteed.

We do apologize for this news, but it is 100% out of our control and we totally empathize with those looking forward to enjoying some live music in Abilene.

Abilene, get ready for one heck of a rockin' night as Drowning Pool and Ill Nino roll through town on Wednesday, September 29th at the Convention Center.

Also on the bill are (hed)pe and Evolution Empire, so you're guaranteed a kick-ass lineup from front to back. You know, it's been years since Drowning Pool, Ill Nino, or (hed)pe have been to Abilene so to say we're excited about this tour is an understatement. Even more so, this will be the first time Ill Nino has played Abilene with their new singer and judging by their new album, it's gonna be sick.

This is an all-ages show, so bring the entire family for a night of headbanging to some full-throttle rock. It'll all go down at the Abilene Convention Center with doors opening at 6 pm and the first band on stage at 6:30 pm.

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