Evanescence
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2020 may be drawing to a close, but Evanescence are preparing to end what seems like the longest year ever with a bang.

The band have announced a new virtual livestream event which will mark their only full public performance in 2020.

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This year was set to be a big one for Evanescence and their touring schedule. The band were due to embark on their 2020 Worlds Collide tour with Within Temptation. However, those plans quickly changed once the coronavirus pandemic hit earlier this year. Currently, the tour is postponed until September 2021.

Despite this setback, Evanescence have still treated fans to various virtual performances and new music this year. So far, the band have released three singles from their new album The Bitter Truth – “Wasted On You,” “The Game Is Over” and “Use My Voice.” As well, they’ve shared numerous performances including a clever rendition of “Cruel Summer.”

Now, it looks like fans can expect to see one more live performance from Evanescence in 2020. On Dec. 5, Evanescence are hosting their first full public performance amid the pandemic called Evanescence: A Live Session From Rock Falcon Studio.

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For the special event, Evanescence are safely assembling from Nashville, Sacramento and Germany to perform live renditions of songs from The Bitter Truth for the first time ever. As well, their livestream will include some fan-favorite hits and “a few can’t miss surprises.”

The entire event is being hosted at Nashville’s Rock Falcon Studio where Evanescence recorded their new album The Bitter Truth. The intimate virtual livestream kicks off on Saturday, Dec. 5 at 1 P.M. PT/4 P.M. ET and will be available to watch until Tuesday, Dec. 8 at 11:59 P.M. ET. Early bird tickets are available for $9.99 and can be purchased here. Ticket prices are set to increase on Dec. 1.

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For those wondering what the Evanescence virtual performance will be like, you’re in luck. An exclusive performance of “Use My Voice” and a trailer for the upcoming event are available to stream below.

Evanescence’s The Bitter Truth is set to arrive sometime in 2021.

Are you going to watch Evanescence’s livestream? What songs do you hope they perform? Let us know in the comments below.