Breaking Benjamin and Bush have shared the stage many times over the last few years, and with the two acts set to tour together again this spring, things seem to be going well for them. A new tour date has been announced, kicking off in late April and continuing through May.
Breaking Benjamin have been relatively quiet in terms of new music, the last to release embers Following their 2018 album, the 2020 Aurora album featured reimagined versions of some of their most popular songs.
Meanwhile Bush fell art of survival The album was released last October and featured the songs “More Than Machines” and “Heavy Is the Ocean,” so the new date gives us a chance to delve deeper into the latest record.
Joining the two bands in action is Another Day Dawns, who recently wrapped a string of dates with Sevendust and Nonpoint.
The trek officially begins on April 26th in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and ends almost a month later on May 23rd in Knoxville, Tennessee. All cities, dates and venues can be found below.
Fan Club First tickets and VIP packages are available now, and general sale will begin this Friday (17th February) at 10am local time. For ticket information, visit his website at Breaking Benjamin.
Breaking Benjamin / Bush / Another Day Dawns 2023 Tour Dates
April 26 – Myrtle Beach, South Carolina @ House Of Blues *
April 28 – Newark, NJ @ Prudential Center **
April 29 – Worcester, MA @ DCU Center **
May 2 – Charleston, WV @ Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center
May 3 – Franklin, Tennessee @ FirstBank Amphitheater
May 5 – Huntsville, Alabama @ Von Braun Center
May 6 – Biloxi, Mississippi @ Mississippi Coast Coliseum
May 8 – Boeing Center in San Antonio, Texas @ Techport
May 10 – Park City, Kansas @ Hartman Arena
May 11 – Camdenton, Missouri @ Lake Ozarks Amphitheater
May 13 – Dubuque, Iowa @ Five Flags Center
May 14 – Milwaukee, WI @ The Rave/Eagles Club – Eagles Ballroom
May 16 – Grand Rapids, Michigan @ Van Andel Arena
May 18 – Mohegan Sun Arena, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania @ Casey Plaza
May 20 – Lexington, KY @ Lexington Center – Rupp Arena
May 21 – Pikeville, Kentucky @ Appalachian Center Arena
May 23 – Knoxville, Tennessee @ University of Tennessee-Thompson – Bowling Arena
** Breaking Benjamin only
*BREAKING BENJAMIN AND ANOTHER DAY DAWNS ONLY
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