Breaking Benjamin Tour

There is no current Breaking Benjamin tour scheduled for 2019 or 2020.

Breaking Benjamin Biography

Breaking Benjamin is an American rock band from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, formed in 1999 by lead singer and guitarist Benjamin Burnley and drummer Jeremy Hummel. The band’s first line-up included guitarist Aaron Fink and bassist Mark Klepaski, who released two albums, Saturate 2002 and We Are Not Alone 2004, before Hummel was replaced in 2005 by Chad Szeliga.

The release of a compilation album in the middle of the hiatus, Shallow Bay: The Best of Breaking Benjamin 2011, unauthorized by Burnley, caused legal disturbance within the band resulting in Fink and Klepaski being dismissed. Szeliga later, citing creative differences, announced his departure in 2013. Burnley remained the sole member of the band until the announcement of the current line-up at the end of 2014.

Despite significant line-up changes, the musical style and lyrical content of the band remained consistent, with Burnley serving since the band’s inception as the primary composer and lead vocalist. The band was commonly noted with angst-heavy lyrics, swelling choruses, and “crunching” guitars for its formulaic hard rock tendencies. The band has sold many units worldwide.

Breaking Benjamin band has always remained with the same style of music with Burnley remaining the main composer and lead vocalist. The band has sold over 7 million units with RIAA-certified platinum records, several certified singles, two gold records and has also produced one number-one song on the billboard 200.

The band has so far released six albums which are; saturated that was released in 2002, We are not alone album that was released in 2004, Phobia album that was released in 2006, Dear agony album that was released in 2009, Dark before dawn album that was released with the new band members in the year 2015 and finally Ember album that was released in 2018.

Breaking Benjamin Concert Tour Dates & General Info

Breaking Benjamin has shows happening through the United States this year. The venues and dates of some of the shows are as follows:

On Saturday May 25th, Breaking Benjamin will be performing in the Rock Dallas event that will see other musician like Shinedown, Slipknot and Korn perform on the 20,000 capacity Dos Equis pavilion in Dallas, Texas. This being a rock event, it is expected to have a full fan attendance.

Hollywood casino Amphitheatre- in Maryland, MO is another big stage that the Breaking Benjamin band in collaboration with Chevelle and Three days Grace will perform at on Sunday July 21st. This will be followed by another big event by the Breaking Benjamin band on the Tuesday of 23rd July at Ruoff home mortgage music centre in Noblesville, Indiana. This big venue with capacity of over 24000 people is the biggest in Indianapolis and has been a major venue for concerts and music festivals. The next day the band will perform yet in another stage DTE Energy music theatre in Clarkston, Michigan. That week will be all performances from Breaking Benjamin as they will also perform that Friday and on Saturday on KeyBank pavilion in Burgettstown, Pennsylvania and HersheyPark stadium in Hershey, Pennsylvania respectively. Both venues have a capacity of over 23000 people; hence they are both big events.

On the month of August, the band also will hold major shows in big arenas. These shows will include a 30000 capacity venue Xfinity theatre in Hartford, Connecticut on Friday August 2nd, followed by yet another big venue event of about 21000 people in Darien lake performing arts centre in Darien centre, New York on Sunday the 4th of August.  The month of August will see Breaking Benjamin perform on one of New York biggest theatres i.e. Northwell health at Jones Beach theatre on 6th and another biggest pavilion in Charlotte, North Carolina the PNC music pavilion on the 17th.

August is one of the busiest months for the Breaking Benjamin band for they will perform 17 shows that month. The shows are spread in multiple states and various venues for both major concerts and music performances. A performance on Friday August 9th by Breaking Benjamin, Chevelle & Three days Grace at BB&T pavilion in Camden, New Jersey is expected to have many fans exceeding 25000. A small venue event on the month of August may be on Saturday August 10th at Toyota pavilion at Montage Mountain in Scranton, Pennsylvania a 16000 capacity pavilion. Other performances on august are all expected to be major as the venues hold large capacity.

The first performance by Breaking Benjamin on the month of September will be on 2nd at Budweiser stage-Toronto in Toronto, Ontario. This 16000 capacity venue is popular for rock, pop and jazz performances. It is expected to be another awesome rock night. The big events for the month of September are expected on big venues such as the Hollywood casino Amphitheatre-Tinley Park in Tinley Park, Illinois, a 28000 capacity venue. The performance will be on 4th of September and is expected to pull fans from Chicago and neighbouring states. Another big event will be on 15th September at Ak-chin pavilion in phoenix, Arizona. There will be also an event on 10th of September at Doe Equis pavilion in Dallas, Texas.

Smaller venues on this month will be on a 12000 capacity Concord pavilion in Concord, California on Wednesday 18th, at Walmart amp a 9500 capacity venue on 6th September and at Isleta Amphitheatre in Albuquerque, New Mexico on September 13th. Other events will be on medium venues holding capacity of between 16000-18000 people. This venues include Sunlight supply Amphitheatre in Ridgefield, Washington, Sunlight supply Amphitheatre in Ridgefield, Washington, Sunlight supply Amphitheatre in Ridgefield, Washington and Providence medical center Amphitheatre in Bonner Springs, Kansas.

In total Breaking Benjamin will hold a total of 13 shows in the month of September across multiple states. Their shows will conclude on Wednesday September 25th whereby Breaking Benjamin, Chevelle & Three days Grace will perform at USANA Amphitheatre in Salt lake city, Utah, a 20000 capacity venue. After this shows they would have gone through a number of shows this year even from their 2019 North America tour that took place during the spring period. The tour began in Saginaw, Michigan on March 15thand ended in mid April in Kennewick, Washington. It consisted of less shows but was a great tour in general.