Music acts Lynyrd Skynyrd and 3 Doors Down are teaming up to co-headline "Double Trouble" tour, which will begin June 25 in Cincinnati. As of Skynyrd, they are slated to close every night of the 15-date tour. Speaking on that matter, 3 Doors Down agent Ken Fermaglich told Billboard the tour is a true co-headlining effort, with equal set lengths and production values.
"Skynyrd has to close because they're in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and we're not," Fermaglich explained while continued "But it's a co-headline tour. Every night at the end of the night the two bands will join up for an all-star jam." To notice, the last show of the tour will be in Biloxi, Miss., on July 22 at the re-opening of the Mississippi Coast Coliseum, which was damaged by Hurricane Katrina.
Meanwhile, the third act set to open the "Double Trouble" trek will soon be determined. Click on http://www.lynyrdskynyrd.com/ for Lynyrd Skynyrd/3 Doors Down's tour dates.