For the second time in a little more than a year, Motionless In White is back at Memorial Coliseum. 

Motionless In White and In This Moment will stop in Fort Wayne, co-headlining The Dark Horizon Tour, on Wednesday, Aug. 16, along with openers Fit for a King and From Ashes to New. 

With a sinister set, this night is sure to be filled with moshing and crowd surfing all night. 

Motionless In White & In This Moment

w/Fit for a King, From Ashes To New
6:30 p.m., Wednesday, Aug. 16
Memorial Coliseum
4000 Parnell Ave., Fort Wayne
$46.50 · (260) 483-1111

Motionless In White

Coming out of Pennsylvania in 2004, Motionless In White began as One Way Ticket and When Breathing Stops. 

Although frontman Chris “Motionless” Cerulli’s demeanor comes off as a little bit intimidating on stage, he is known for being one the nicest singers within the metal community. With their iconic face paint and lyrics, you can scream your heart out since they have become a staple in many fans’ rotation of music. 

From their latest album, Scoring the End of the World released in 2022, the song “Masterpiece” has amassed more than 37 million streams on Spotify. That isn’t shocking considering they have more than 3 million monthly listeners. 

The recently released a collaborative song, “Nothing Ever After,” with EDM artist Illenium. 

Looking at their Instagram, this show is going to be a hot one. I do not just mean from the sweat that will be dripping from your forehead from head banging too hard. I literally mean hot from the pyrotechnics. With fire blazing on the stage, this is sure to be a show for the books. 

In This Moment

In This Moment began in 2005 in good ol’ Los Angeles. 

Considered alternative metal, the band was formed by lead singer Maria Brink and released their first album in 2007, Beautiful Tragedy. They have since released seven albums with their eighth, Godmode, coming out in late October. 

With more than a million monthly Spotify listeners, they have become one the most predominant groups with a female lead singer. Their dark art and aesthetic has intrigued listeners for years, and I’m sure it will continue to do so on the newest album.