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3 Doors Down Heads North

03:01 PM Wednesday 12/14/16 | |

3 Doors Down will take its “Us And The Night” tour across Canada next year, with a run performances set for March.

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    "The Charlie Daniels Band Volunteer Jam," Bridgestone Arena, Nashville, Tenn.
    November 30, 2016

    (John Davisson)

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The rock act’s first show in the Great White North is in Moncton, New Brunswick, March 9. From there the group hits five different provinces, finally wrapping March 19 in Enoch, Alberta.

The run is a continuation of the group’s tour promoting its 2016 album Us And The Night. Vocalist Brad Arnold said the band “genuinely had fun writing and recording this album” and is looking forward to bringing the tunes to Canada. The next place to catch the former Pollstar HotStar is in Prior Lake, Minn., on New Year’s Eve at Mystic Showroom.

This year saw the death of Matt Roberts, the band’s founding guitar player, who reportedly died of an accidental overdose on prescription drugs. He left 3 Doors Down in 2012 because his health couldn’t keep up with the band’s rigorous touring schedule.

3 Doors Down is now Arnold, Chris Henderson and Chet Roberts on guitar, Greg Upchurch on drums and Justin Biltonen on bass. Arnold is the only remaining original member, although Henderson was there for the band’s meteoric rise with its debut album, The Better Life, containing the single “Kryptonite.”

Here is a video of the band performing its biggest hit with Roberts while he was still alive:



The full Canadian routing is listed below:

March 9 – Moncton, New Brunswick, The Molson Canadian Centre
March 10 – Halifax, Nova Scotia, Schooner Showroom Theatre
March 12 – Montreal, Quebec, Metropolis
March 13 – Kitchener, Ontario, Centre In The Square
March 15 – Thunder Bay, Ontario, Thunder Bay Community Auditorium
March 16 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Burton Cummings Theatre
March 18 – Calgary, Alberta, The Palace Theatre
March 19 – Enoch, Alberta, River Cree Resort And Casino

Various presales begin Dec. 13-15 and the general onsale opens Dec. 16. You can learn more about the band at 3DoorsDown.com.


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