Two of last year's biggest comeback acts will unite for a co-headlining tour this summer. Disturbed and Breaking Benjamin will hit the road together on a 24-city trek starting in July. Support will come from Saint Asonia and Alter Bridge. So far, only the cities on the tour have been revealed, with specific dates and venue information to be announced in coming weeks. Tickets will go on sale starting February 26 via LiveNation.com.
Both Disturbed and Breaking Benjamin returned last year with new albums after being on hiatus. Disturbed reunited to release Immortalized, their first album since 2010, while Benjamin Burnley reconstructed his band with four new members and released Dark Before Dawn, Breaking Benjamin's first disc since 2009. Both Immortalized and Dark Before Dawn debuted at number one on the Billboard 200.
Breaking Benjamin and Disturbed frontman David Draiman recently collaborated on a cover of Queen's "Under Pressure," which they performed last week in New York City.
Here are the cities on Disturbed and Breaking Benjamin's summer co-headlining tour:
Darien Center, NY
St. Louis, MO
Virginia Beach, VA
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