Symphony X Set to Mesmerize at Sherman Theater

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May 21, 2024 – Stroudsburg, PA – Prepare for a night of musical virtuosity and metal mastery as Symphony X, the progressive metal titans, announce their highly anticipated performance at the Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, PA, on May 31. Joining them as special guests will be the formidable Heathen, promising an evening of relentless energy and sonic brilliance.

Symphony X, renowned for their intricate compositions and genre-defying sound, is set to deliver a performance that transcends musical boundaries. With a career spanning over two decades, Symphony X has solidified their place as one of the most influential bands in the progressive metal genre. Fans can expect a dynamic setlist featuring hits from their critically acclaimed albums, showcasing the band’s unparalleled musicianship and captivating stage presence.

Adding to the excitement, the night will also showcase a special performance by Heathen, a dominant force in thrash metal. Known for their explosive live shows and relentless thrash energy, Heathen promises an intense experience that will resonate with metal enthusiasts.

For tickets and more information, visit or call our Box Office at 570-420-2808.

Show: Symphony X with special guests Heathen

Date: Friday, May 31, 2024

Time: Doors at 7:00 PM; Show at 8:00 PM

The Sherman Theater is Monroe County’s only nationally ranked, non-profit theater and performing arts center. Located in downtown Stroudsburg, PA, the Sherman Theater has proudly served the Pocono region for 90 years. The Theater and Performing Arts Center is committed to strengthening the community by producing culturally-diverse, nationally-known professional acts and festivals at the theater and at satellite locations throughout Monroe County for people of all ages, by providing an opportunity for local artists to perform, and by creating economic development in the region. The Sherman Theater projects and events attract over 100,000 visitors to the Pocono Region annually. For more information call 570-420-2808 or visit


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Brenda Block