Static X and Sevendust live in concert at the McDonald Theatre

Produced by: Kesey Enterprises and Mammoth NW
Support: DOPE and Lines of Loyalty
Date: Friday, May 3, 2024
Event type: All Ages General Admission on the Floor, 21+ Ages Reserved Seating within the Lower Balcony, 21+ Ages General Admission within the Upper Balcony
Doors open at: 5:30 p.m.
Show starts at: 6 p.m.

Tickets: All Ages General Admission on the Floor, 21+ Ages Reserved Seating within the Lower Balcony are available now for $39.50 All Ages General Admission Floor tickets and $59.50 for 21+ Ages Reserved Seated tickets in the Lower Balcony online at Cascade Tickets.

Static-X VIP Package features one GA ticket; After Show M&G / Photo op with Ken, Koichi, and Tony; Limited Edition Static-X Full Color Flag / Banner – 3 ft by 5 ft; Limited Edition Static-X Metal Shock-Symbol Key Chain; VIP Laminate; 8 x10 photo, signed by the band; and a Cinch bag available Friday, January 12 at 10am online at Cascade Tickets for $134.50.

Unless sold out, tickets will also be available at the McDonald Theatre Box Office on the day of the show for $45 All Ages General Admission Floor and $65 for 21+ Ages Reserved Seating in the Lower Balcony beginning at 5:30 p.m. when the Box Office opens.

The concert is open to everyone of all ages on the Floor, 21+ Ages in the Balcony

Static X

American metal crew Static-X emerged at the tail end of the ’90s, pushing an aggressive thrash metal blend with industrial overtones and a techno pulse. Their breakthrough debut, 1998’s cult classic Wisconsin Death Trip, rocketed them to stardom in the heavy music world, their image boosted by frontman Wayne Static’s distinctive hair and vocal delivery. While maintaining momentum into the 2000s with additional efforts like Machine and Shadow Zone, Static’s passing in 2014 effectively halted the group in their tracks. However, at the close of the decade, the original lineup made a comeback with the help of previously recorded Static vocals, issuing Project Regeneration in 2020.


Atlanta-based quintet Sevendust are one of the most prominent metal acts of the ’90s, distinguishing themselves from contemporaries during the nu-metal era with an aggressive blend of bottom-heavy riffs and soulful, accessible melodies delivered by vocalist Lajon Witherspoon. Over the years, the band balanced the raw energy and brutality of early albums like 1997’s Sevendust and 1999’s Home with increasingly atmospheric production and even late-era acoustic sets on releases like Time Travelers & Bonfires (2014) and Kill the Flaw (2015), home to their first Grammy-nominated single “Thank You.” They continued to be a dominant presence on the U.S. rock charts into the 2020s with Blood & Stone and Truth Killer.