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Three Days Grace, Breaking Benjamin Slot Co-Headline Run

11:01 AM Monday 12/7/09 |   |

The bands revealed arena dates for January and February today, promising there are more to come.

It’s a good time for both bands to tour. Three Days Grace’s latest album – Life Starts Now – is a best seller and has spawned at least one hit single with the song “Break.”

Breaking Benjamin is no slouch either. The band’s latest effort – Dear Agony – is also a monster seller, resulting in the first single from the album – “I Will Not Bow” – hitting No. 1 on rock radio charts.

Of course, this isn’t the first time Three Days Grace and Breaking Benjamin have joined road forces. The two bands shared headline billing in 2007.

“I’m looking forward to touring with the Three Days Grace guys again,” said Breaking Benjamin lead singer Ben Burnley. “This is going to be a kick ass night of music for the fans.”

And there are plenty of dates on which the bands can kick some serious bootie. First up is Peoria, Ill., at the Peoria Civic Center Arena Jan. 15. The next night is Detroit at the Joe Louis Arena Feb. 16 followed by Madison, Wis., at the Alliant Energy Center Jan. 18 and Duluth, Minn., at the Duluth Entertainment Convention Center Jan. 20.

Other stops include La Crosse Center Arena in Wisconsin Jan. 21; Mankato, Minn., at the Verizon Wireless Center Jan. 23; Cedar Rapids at the US Cellular Center Jan. 27; Lexington, Ky., at Rupp Arena Feb. 1 and Huntington, W.Va., at Big Sandy Superstore Arena Feb. 2.

Last date on the current schedule is Feb. 14 in Portland, Maine, at the Cumberland Co. Civic Center. As mentioned, more shows to be announced.

Special guest Flyleaf appears on all dates.

General onsales for most dates take place Dec. 12. Mankato goes onsale Dec. 11, La Crosse Dec. 18 and Cedar Rapids Dec. 19. Fan club pre-sales for both bands begin as early as Dec. 8. For more information, click here for Three Days Grace’s Web site and here for Breaking Benjamin’s.


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