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Breaking Benjamin Tour Dates, Cheap Concert Tickets 2016

Breaking Benjamin

American alternative metal giants Breaking Benjamin are back on track, and set to rock the US with a string of live shows this winter and spring.

The boys will commence their 2016 run on January 17, live at the legendary House of Blues venue in Houston, TX. The trek will continue across the country with fast pace and tightly packed dates, taking the gang to such notable cities as San Antonio, New Orleans, Dallas, Houston, and more.

Note that young rockers Starset will take the role of support act during the tour’s first half.

After over three months of intensive touring, Breaking Benjamin will end the trek on April 23 with a massive show at the Central Florida Fairgrounds & Exposition Park in Orlando, FL.

In 2015, Breaking Benjamin have released “Dark Before Dawn,” their first studio album in six years, also marking the fifth studio effort in the band’s opus.

Breaking Benjamin Cheap/Discounted Tickets 2016

Breaking Benjamin Tour Schedule 2016

Date Time Location Venue
Jan 20 7:00PM San Antonio, TX he Aztec Theatre
Jan 22 8:00PM New Orleans, LA House Of Blues
Jan 23 8:00PM Tuscaloosa, AL Druid City Music Hall
Jan 24 7:30PM Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium
Jan 25 8:00PM Charlotte, NC The Fillmore
Jan 27 8:00PM Raleigh, NC The Ritz
Jan 29 8:00PM Philadelphia, PA The Fillmore
Jan 30 8:00PM Wallingford, CT The Dome at Oakdale Theatre
Jan 31 8:00PM Montclair, NJ Wellmont Theatre
Feb 01 8:00PM Portland, ME State Theatre
Feb 04 7:00PM New York, NY Irving Plaza
Feb 05 8:00PM Cleveland, OH House Of Blues
Feb 06 8:00PM Milwaukee, WI Eagles Ballroom
Feb 08 7:00PM Detroit, MI Saint Andrews Hall
Feb 09 7:00PM Grand Rapids, MI Orbit Room
Feb 10 8:00PM Louisville, KY Mercury Ballroom
Feb 18 7:30PM Atlanta, GA The Tabernacle
Feb 26 9:00PM Cherokee, NC Harrah’s Cherokee Resort Event Center
Feb 27 8:00PM Biloxi, MS Hard Rock Live
Feb 29 7:30PM Jonesboro, AR Arkansas State University Convocation Center
Mar 01 8:00PM Tulsa, OK Brady Theater
Mar 02 8:30PM Springfield, MO Shrine Mosque
Mar 04 8:30PM Austin, TX ACL Live At The Moody Theater
Mar 05 7:00PM Amarillo, TX Aztec Music Hall
Mar 07 8:30PM Tempe, AZ Marquee Theatre
Mar 08 8:30PM San Diego, CA House Of Blues
Mar 09 8:30PM Anaheim, CA House Of Blues
Mar 11 8:30PM Modesto, CA Modesto Center Plaza
Mar 12 8:30PM Reno, NV Grand Sierra Theatre
Mar 13 8:30PM Chico, CA Senator Theatre
Mar 15 8:00PM Eugene, OR Mcdonald Theatre
Mar 17 8:30PM Portland, OR Roseland Theater
Mar 18 8:30PM Spokane, WA Knitting Factory Spokane
Mar 19 8:30PM Boise, ID Knitting Factory Concert House
Mar 21 8:30PM Billings, MT Shrine Auditorium
Mar 22 7:30PM Minot, ND City Auditorium
Mar 24 8:30PM Davenport, IA Adler Theatre
Mar 25 8:30PM Madison, WI Orpheum Theatre
Mar 26 7:00PM Fort Wayne, IN Pieres
Apr 20 7:00PM Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live
Apr 21 8:00PM Richmond, VA The National
Apr 23 11:00AM Orlando, FL Central Florida Fairgrounds


Breaking Benjamin bioBack in 1998, frontman Benjamin Burnley founded a band he called Breaking Benjamin and kicked off a stellar journey of one of the most successful rock groups of the 2000s.

Their first album was released in 2002 under the title of “Saturate,” but it took one more effort to reach success. In 2004, Breaking Benjamin’s sophomore album “We Are Not Alone” was released, successfully selling over one million copies in the US thanks to hit singles “So Cold” and “Sooner or Later.”

The band established their status of rock torchbearers with two more successful efforts – 2006’s “Phobia” and 2009’s “Dear Agony,” but the seemingly happy story was about to turn sour. Although new hits like “The Diary of Jane,” “Breath,” “I Will Not Bow,” and “Give Me a Sign” kept coming, the band entered a very rough period in 2010, riddled with bad internal communication, e-mail firings, lawsuits, health issues, and an ultimate hiatus.

Not everyone was able to get out of this hassle. As a matter of fact, Burnley was the only one to make it as the rest of the band either walked out or was fired. Ben reformed the group as a five-piece and laid the foundation for a new album. The effort was soon wrapped up and released in June 2015 under the title of “Dark Before Dawn.” The result? Massive success of course, as the band got their very first No. 1 album on the US Billboard 200 chart!

Seemingly stronger than ever, Breaking Benjamin are back in style. The band now consists of Benjamin Burnley on lead vocals and rhythm guitar, Aaron Bruch on bass guitar, Keith Wallen on rhythm guitar, Jasen Rauch on lead guitar, and Shaun Foist in the back behind the drum kit. The lads deliver an amazing, revitalized show. Get Breaking Benjamin concert tickets online now, because the boys are back in town!

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