Multi-platinum band Breaking Benjamin has amassed a sizeable and diehard fan base, both through their chart-topping music, as well as their electrifying live performances. Their latest release, ‘Dark Before Dawn’ debuted #1 on Billboard’s Top 200 chart and spun off two #1 rock tracks, “Failure” and “Angels Fall.” “Failure” was also named the most played song at Active Rock for 2015.
Their discography includes 2002’s ‘Saturate,’ 2004’s ‘We Are Not Alone’ (certified Platinum) 2006’s ‘Phobia’ (also certified Platinum) and 2009’s ‘Dear Agony’ (certified PLATINUM.) ‘We Are Not Alone’ spawned a pair of #1 radio hits (“So Cold” and “Sooner Or Later”). ‘Phobia’ debuted at # 2 on Billboard’s Top 200, hit #1 on the Rock Album Chart and was one of the top 50 selling rock albums of 2006. It featured one #1 and two Top 5 rock radio hits (“Breath,” “Diary of Jane” and “Until The End”). 2009’s ‘Dear Agony’ debuted #4 on the Billboard Top 200 chart on one of the busiest release days of the year and #1 on the iTunes Rock Album Chart. ‘Dear Agony’ also spun off the platinum-selling and #1 Active Rock single “I Will Not Bow” where it stayed #1 for five weeks straight.
Breaking Benjamin recently wrapped their fall dates across North America, co-headlining with Korn on the Nocturnal Underground tour. The band also recently wrapped their first-ever European tour with several sold out dates. In October, the band released their fifth single “Never Again” off their album ‘Dark Before Dawn,’ which debuted #1 on the Billboard Top 200.
Opening act Wilson has come a long way since their bombastic, brash, and ballsy 2013 full-length debut album, ‘Full Blast Fuckery.’ Through grass roots efforts and non-stop touring, the band emerged onto the scene with a raucous, raw, and righteous rock sound that saw them become a live favorite. Wilson has shared the stage in the U.S. and abroad with everybody from Five Finger Death Punch, Halestorm and Nothing More to Motörhead.
After wrapping up a UK headlining tour in early 2016, Wilson spent a handful of months on the road in the United States, playing select dates with Megadeth, We Came As Romans, Texas Hippie Coalition and Monster Truck. After living on the road in 2016, Wilson is fittingly kicking off 2017 with a run of shows with Breaking Benjamin.
Wilson is on the road in support of their most recent effort, ‘Right to Rise’ (2015; Razor & Tie).
Reserved balcony seats are priced at $46.50. General admission floor tickets (standing room only) are available for $38.50.
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