Disturbed and Breaking Benjamin to Co-Headline Summer Tour


Disturbed’s spring schedule is already packed with a slew of rock-centric music festivals. Now, it looks like the metal band has no plans in slowing down. On Tuesday (Feb. 9), Disturbed announced via social media that the group will be hitting the road once again this summer. The group’s summer tour will actually be a co-headlining trek with Breaking Benjamin. Alter Bridge and Saint Asonia will support the two rock bands during the summer excursion.

As of now, there is no real information about the tour with the exception of those who will be on it. The official poster for the tour has the name of the artists with “coming soon” at the bottom. Speculation has already begun that the tour will find the groups performing at 24 amphitheaters across the country. The information comes from Breaking Benjamin’s official Facebook page. Venue information as well as additional cities and sale dates for tickets will be announced within the coming weeks. Tickets for the cities listed below will go on sale beginning Friday, Feb. 26, on Live Nation’s website.


Albuquerque, NM
Boston, MA
Bristow, VA
Cincinnati, OH
Cleveland, OH
Concord, CA
Dallas, TX
Darien Center, NY
Denver, CO
Detroit, MI
Gilford, NH
Hartford, CT
Holmdel, NJ
Houston, TX
Indianapolis, IN
Pittsburgh, PA
Saratoga, NY
Scranton, PA
Seattle, WA
St. Louis, MO
Syracuse, NY
Toronto, ON
Virginia Beach, VA
Wantagh, NY

The co-headlining tour will be in support of both bands’ recently released new albums. Breaking Benjamin released their fifth studio album, Dark Before Down, in June of 2015 while Disturbed released their post-hiatus record, Immortalized in August of 2015.

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