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3 Days Grace Tour Dates + Concert Tickets 2015

three-days-grace-tour-dates-tickets-2015Canadian rockers Three Days Grace have a busy year in front of them. Ever since the March release of their latest studio album “Human,” the boys have been touring heavily to promote the new tunes.

With dates in South America, North America, and Europe, the band is very busy and very effective. Their live shows are top-notch and constantly developing, making Three Days Grace one of the best live acts to see in 2015.

Notable shows include performances at the iconic Download Festival, as well as gigs in Toronto, Nashville, Portland, and more.

The band will tour relentlessly until late August, and then rock the Kansas City Fair in September, only to return to the road in November and trek across Canada for a string of homecoming shows.

“Human” marks the band’s fifth studio album and a follow-up to 2012’s “Transit of Venus.” Buy Three Days Grace tickets online now, they’re the band to see in 2015.

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3 Days Grace Tour Schedule 2015

Date      Time           Location                                    Venue
Jun 19 6:00PM South Bend (IN) Club Fever
Jun 21 8:00PM Lincoln (NE) Bourbon Theatre
Jun 23 7:30PM Joliet (IL) Mojoe’s of Joliet
Jun 24 8:00PM Libertyville (IL) Austin’s Fuel Room
Jun 27 7:00PM Oxford (OH) Indian Creek Amphitheatre
Jun 28 7:30PM Sylvania (OH) Centennial Terrace
Jul 03 7:00PM Toronto (Canada) Echo Beach at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
Jul 09 6:00PM Pittsburgh (PA) Stage AE
Jul 10 5:00PM Lansing (MI) Common Ground Festival
Jul 11 4:00PM Columbus (OH) Lifestyles Communities Pavilion
Jul 13 8:00PM Nashville (TN) Cannery Ballroom
Jul 14 7:00PM Louisville (KY) Diamond Pub & Billiards
Jul 15 8:00PM Peoria (IL) Limelight Eventplex
Jul 18 8:00PM Fort Wayne (IN) Pieres
Jul 19 8:00PM Cleveland (OH) House Of Blues
Jul 21 8:00PM Stroudsburg (PA) Sherman Theater
Jul 22 8:00PM Portland (ME) State Theatre
Jul 26 7:00PM Springfield (MO) Gillioz Theatre
Jul 28 8:30PM Wichita Falls (TX) Kay Yeager Coliseum
Jul 30 8:00PM Clive (IA) 7 Flags Event Center
Jul 31 8:00PM Sioux City (IA) Battery Park
Aug 15 8:00PM Coquitlam (Canada) Hard Rock Casino Vancouver
Aug 16 8:00PM Portland (OR) Roseland Theater
Aug 18 8:00PM Garden City (ID) Revolution Concert House and Event Center
Aug 19 7:30PM Missoula (MT) Dennison Theatre
Aug 21 8:00PM Spokane (WA) Knitting Factory Spokane
Aug 22 7:30PM Kennewick (WA) Toyota Arena
Aug 23 2:00PM Auburn (WA) White River Amphitheatre
Aug 27 8:30PM Salt Lake City (UT) The Depot
Aug 28 8:00PM Denver (CO) Fillmore Auditorium
Nov 06 8:00PM Montreal (Canada) Metropolis
Nov 07 8:00PM Moncton (Canada) Casino New Brunswick
Nov 09 8:00PM Halifax (Canada) Halifax Forum Complex
Nov 10 8:00PM Quebec (Canada) Le Theatre Capitole
Nov 12 8:00PM London (Canada) London Music Hall
Nov 14 Time TBA Windsor (Canada) The Colosseum At Caesars Windsor
Nov 16 8:00PM Winnipeg (Canada) Burton Cummings Theatre
Nov 18 7:30PM Saskatoon (Canada) SaskTel Centre
Nov 20 7:00PM Edmonton (Canada) Shaw Conference Centre
Nov 21 7:00PM Calgary (Canada) MacEwan Hall

Biography

three_days_grace_bioCanadian rockers Three Days Grace have begun their musical journey way back in 1992, but it was only until they regrouped in 1997 under the current name that the things have really gone off for the boys.

The group was formed by singer and guitarist Adam Gontier, bassist Brad Walst , and drummer Neil Sanderson.

The band forged their craft for quite a long time, perfecting their live shows with continuous touring and performing, making them one of the top live groups to see today.

Finally, their self-titled debut full length album saw the light of day in July 2003, garnering the attention of rock community with singles “I Hate Everything About You,” “Just Like You,” and “Home.” Ultimately, the album was certified platinum both in the States and in Canada.

The Grace train kept a-rolling with 2006’s “One-X.” The new album saw the band continuing down the same rock-oriented approach, resulting in more success, more heavy touring, and more hit singles.

Singles “Animal I Have Become,” “Pain,” “Never Too Late,” and “Riot” have scored great success, securing the band their first Top 5 record on the US Billboard 200 album chart.

The band was very pleased to have finally scored success after so many years of hard work, and were not likely to let go that easily.

“Life Starts Now” was unveiled in September 2009 as the group’s third studio effort. Interestingly enough, it landed at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart.

Keeping the beat, the group unveiled “Transit of Venus” in 2012, an album that would turn out to be the band’s final effort with Gontier as their frontman.

The album was once again a success on the charts, but Adam was forced to leave the band due to health issues. The band still continued strong with Matt Walst of My Darkest Days as the new frontman.

Grontier continued at his own pace with a new band Saint Asonia, featuring guitarist Mike Mushok, bassist Corey Lowery, and Rich Beddoe behind the drum kit. Their first single, “Better Place,” was presented in the summer of 2015.

What makes Three Days Grace additionally stand out is their stable lineup. The group currently consists of bassist Brad Walst, drummer, percussionist, keyboardist Neil Sanderson, lead guitarist Barry Stock, and vocalist and rhythm guitarist Matt Walst.

The only major shift occurred in 2013 when longtime frontman Adam Gontier left the band, only to be replaced by Walst, who came from My Darkest Days.

Essentially, it’s all rock ‘n’ roll with these guys. They always put a maximum focus on their live shows and delivering their hits with maximum authenticity and passion. If they happen to stop by your area, we think you should buy Three Days Grace tickets online as soon as possible, it just might turn out to be your event of the season.

Throughout the years, the style of Three Days Grace has been described as alternative metal, post-grunge, hard rock, alternative rock, and nu metal. Basically, it’s quality rock music, and that’s all that matters.

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