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Breaking Benjamin Concerts Schedule Nov 2018

Nov 20
Tue, 6:00 pm
Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin
Minneapolis, MN · Target Center
Nov 21
Wed, 6:00 pm
Breaking Benjamin, Five Finger Death Punch
Lincoln, NE · Pinnacle Bank Arena
Nov 23
Fri, 6:00 pm
Breaking Benjamin, Five Finger Death Punch
Sioux Falls, SD · Denny Sanford Premier Center
Nov 24
Sat, 6:00 pm
Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin
Green Bay, WI · Resch Center
Nov 26
Mon, 6:00 pm
Breaking Benjamin, Five Finger Death Punch
Grand Rapids, MI · Van Andel Arena
Nov 27
Tue, 6:00 pm
Breaking Benjamin, Five Finger Death Punch
Cedar Rapids, IA · US Cellular Center
Nov 29
Thu, 6:00 pm
Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin
Oklahoma City, OK · Chesapeake Energy Arena

Breaking Benjamin Concerts Schedule Dec 2018

Dec 1
Sat, 6:00 pm
Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin
North Little Rock, AR · Verizon Arena
Dec 3
Mon, 6:00 pm
Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin
Biloxi, MS · Mississippi Coast Coliseum
Dec 7
Fri, 6:00 pm
Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin
Fayetteville, NC · Crown Complex
Dec 8
Sat, 6:00 pm
Breaking Benjamin, Five Finger Death Punch
Huntington, WV · Big Sandy Superstore Arena
Dec 10
Mon, 6:00 pm
Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin
Albany, NY · Times Union Center
Dec 11
Tue, 6:00 pm
Breaking Benjamin, Five Finger Death Punch
Portland, ME · Cumberland County Civic Center
Dec 13
Thu, 7:00 pm
Breaking Benjamin
Sayreville, NJ · Starland Ballroom
Dec 15
Sat, 8:00 pm
Breaking Benjamin, All Hail The Yeti
Norfolk, VA · The Norva
Dec 29
Sat, 8:00 pm
Breaking Benjamin
Bethlehem, PA · Sands Bethlehem Event Center
Dec 30
Sun, 8:00 pm
Breaking Benjamin
Atlantic City, NJ · Trump Taj Mahal - Mark Etess Arena

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About Breaking Benjamin

Brought together in 1998, Breaking Benjamin (BB) is a post-grunge rock group from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Similar bands include SalivaTrapt, and Papa Roach. The group started with lead vocalist and guitarist Benjamin Burley. He then added guitarist Aaron Fink, Chris Lightcap, Jeremy Hummel and Nick Hoover to form the ensemble. During the formative years, the band underwent changes adding Jason Davoli and Johnathan Price.

The group began playing in the local Northeast area, where they recorded their first self-titled EP. After it released to fans, they sold 2,000 copies and earned a deal with Hollywood Records. Soon, Breaking Benjamin entered the studio, and in 2002 released their debut album, Saturate. The first single “Polyamorous,” didn’t do well with mainstream fans; yet made it on to the game, WWE vs. Smackdown Raw. The band went on to release two more singles off the album that did worse than the first.

In 2004, BB re-entered the studio to work on their next project. The first single “So Cold” became one of the bands most popular songs, reaching No. 2 on US Billboard charts. Their second single “Sooner or Later,” didn’t do as well; yet, it score with fans and received a respectable amount of radio time. We are Not Alone garnered modest success pushing the group to later add additional live footage. The band also released videos to accompany their releases and promote the new movie Hell Boy.

After extensive performing on the road and playing on every night show including, Conan O’Brian and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Hummel departed and Chad Szeliga replaced him. Later, in 2006, Breaking Benjamin dropped their third album, Phobia. After the release, the band put on a memorable performance at the Stabler Arena in Pennsylvania. They used the video from the show to accompany their singles off the album. The bands song “Breath” reached No. 1 on US Billboard charts making it their most successful single to date.

In September 2009, the band released their final album, Dear Agony. The album became a commercial success for the band reaching in the top ten on iTunes music charts. After the release, Breaking Benjamin toured with Flyleaf and Three Days Grace to promote their album. The next year things came to a halt for the rock group.

In 2010, Burley announced the band went on an indefinite hiatus and began to work on side projects. During this time, the group became involved in an internal dispute over music rights that tore them apart. After the feud, Burley took the rights to the band name and left. Although there is nothing in sight, Burley insists Breaking Benjamin is not done and will have new music in the future.