Breaking Benjamin Reveal First 2016 North American Headline Tour Dates

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It’s been a big year for Breaking Benjamin. The band topped the album chart with their Dark Before Dawn album and proved to be one of the top touring draws with their newly reconstructed lineup rocking crowds across the country. But just because 2015 is winding down doesn’t mean that Breaking Benjamin are shutting it down.

After a little holiday breather, Breaking Benjamin will be back on the road in February. The band has just announced their first headlining trek of 2016, which kicks off Feb. 18 at Atlanta’s Tabernacle and currently runs through April 21 in Richmond, Va.

Starset, who already have a touring history with Breaking Benjamin, will serve as the opening act for most of the run with tickets for most dates expected to go on sale this Friday (Dec. 4). Breaking Benjamin recently wrapped up a major fall run with Shinedown and Sevendust. See a recap and photo gallery from a recent performance here.

Having endured a six-year break between albums that included a legal fight over the band name amongst the band members, Breaking Benjamin returned earlier this year with Dark Before Dawn. The album has yielded the singles “Failure” and “Angels Fall,” while the track “Defeated” also earned some attention. Look for more music off the disc in 2016.

Breaking Benjamin 2016 North American Tour

  • 2/18 — Atlanta, Ga. — Tabernacle
  • 2/26 — Cherokee, N.C. — Harrah’s Cherokee – Event Center
  • 2/27 — Biloxi, Miss. — Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
  • 2/29 — Jonesboro, Ark. — ASU Convocation Center
  • 3/1 — Tulsa, Okla. — Brady Theater
  • 3/2 — Springfield Mo. — Shrine Mosque
  • 3/4 — Austin, Texas — ACL Live at the Moody Theater
  • 3/5 — Amarillo, Texas — Azteca Music Hall
  • 3/7 — Tempe, Ariz. — The Marquee
  • 3/8 — San Diego, Calif. — House of Blues
  • 3/9 — Anaheim, Calif. — House of Blues
  • 3/11 — Modesto, Calif. — Modesto Center Plaza
  • 3/12 — Reno, Nev. — Grand Sierra Resort & Casino
  • 3/13 — Chico, Calif. — Senator Theatre
  • 3/15 — Eugene, Ore. — McDonald Theatre
  • 3/17 — Portland, Ore. — Roseland Theater
  • 3/18 — Spokane, Wash — Knitting Factory Concert House
  • 3/19 — Boise, Idaho — Knitting Factory
  • 3/21 — Billings, Mont. — Shrine Auditorium
  • 3/22 — Minot, N.D. — City Auditorium
  • 3/24 — Davenport, Iowa — Adler Theatre
  • 3/25 — Madison, Wis. — Orpheum Theater
  • 3/26 — Fort Wayne, Ind. — Piere’s Entertainment Center
  • 4/20 — Baltimore, Md. — Rams Head Live
  • 4/21 — Richmond, Va. — The National

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