Multi-platinum band Breaking Benjamin who recently wrapped their successful North American summer tour with Chevelle, Three Days Grace, Dorothy and Diamante, announced their upcoming co-headline tour with Korn. The 24-city outing kicks off January 23, 2020, and will include stops in Columbus, Green Bay, Portland and more before wrapping March 1st.
See the list of full tour dates below.
The veteran rockers also announced their new album, Aurora, will release in 2020. Aurora features reimagined versions of the band’s biggest and most popular songs with special guests including Lacey Sturm (ex-Flyleaf), Scooter Ward (Cold) and Spencer Chamberlain (Underoath), to name a few.
Speaking about Aurora, BREAKING BENJAMIN’s founder/frontman, Ben Burnley, had this personal message to share,” This album is a celebration of our incredible fans; for those who have been there since hearing ‘So Cold’ for the first time in 2004, and the new ones who have joined us on this amazing journey along the way. We’ve always shared a unique emotional connection to our music with our fans, and this album attributes to those dark times and euphoric ones. From wherever you joined along the road to Aurora, this one is for you. Thank you.”
Aurora highlights include their new track, “Far Away,” “Dear Agony,” which just celebrated it’s 10th year anniversary on September 29th, as well as “So Cold” and “Red Cold River,” both of which were #1 rock radio hits.
Aurora will release on January 24, 2020 but fans can pre-order the CD today HERE. Exclusive Aurora Pre-Order bundles are also available starting now at breakingbenjamin.com and official fanclub members will receive 20% off all Aurora pre-order packages. For more information, visit fanclub.breakingbenjamin.com.
VIP packages are available starting today, October 28th at 12pm local. To learn more about what’s available, visit vip.breakingbenjamin.com.
Breaking Benjamin and Korn 2020 North American Tour Dates:
Jan. 23 – Allentown, PA – PPL Center
Jan. 25 – Manchester, NH – SNHU Arena
Jan. 27 – Québec, QC – Videotron Centre
Jan. 28 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre
Jan. 30 – Grand Rapids, MI – Van Andel Arena
Jan. 31 – Columbus, OH – Schottenstein Center
Feb. 03 – Evansville, IN – Ford Center
Feb. 04 – Fort Wayne, IN – Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
Feb. 06 – Rockford, IL – BMO Harris Bank Center
Feb. 07 – St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center*
Feb. 09 – Green Bay, WI – Resch Center+
Feb. 12 – North Little Rock, AR – Simmons Bank Arena
Feb. 13 – Springfield, MO – JQH Arena
Feb. 15 – Cedar Rapids, IA – U.S. Cellular Center
Feb. 16 – Wichita, KS – INTRUST Bank Arena
Feb. 18 – Lincoln, NE – Pinnacle Bank Arena
Feb. 20 – Sioux Falls, SD – Denny Sanford PREMIER Center
Feb. 21 – Rapid City, SD – Rushmore Plaza Civic Center Ice Arena
Feb. 23 – Missoula, MT – Adams Center Arena
Feb. 24 – Boise, ID – Ford Idaho Center Arena
Feb. 26 – Spokane, WA – Spokane Arena
Feb. 27 – Portland, OR – Moda Center
Feb. 29 – Reno, NV – Reno Events Center
Mar. 01 – Fresno, CA – Save Mart Center