Three Days Grace have announced additional dates for their co-headline tour with Breaking Benjamin and Special Guest Flyleaf. The second leg of the tour will begin on February 13th in Lowell, MA at the Tsongas Arena and conclude on March 5th in Little Rock, AR at the Verizon Arena.

The band’s most recent release Life Starts Now debuted at #3 on the Billboard Top 200 charts making it the highest debut ever for the band. “Break” the first single from Life Starts Now has reached #1 on the Active Rock and Mainstream Rock BDS Charts and Top 5 at Mainstream Rock.

The Toronto-based rock band is comprised of Adam Gontier (vocals, guitar), Neil Sanderson (drums, piano), Brad Walst (bass), and Barry Stock (lead guitar).

Their first album, the self titled Three Days Grace, was released in 2003. The album generated 3 hit singles, “I Hate Everything About You”  which reached #2 on the Mediabase Modern Rock charts and Top 5 on the Mediabase Mainstream Rock charts,  “ Just Like You” which went to #1 on both the Mediabase Modern Rock and Mediabase Mainstream Rock charts, and “Home” which went to #2 on the Mediabase Mainstream Rock charts.

One-X, the band’s sophomore album was released in 2006 and debuted on the Billboard Album Chart at #5. That album also produced 3 #1 Mediabase Mainstream Rock singles “Animal I’ve Become,” “Pain” and “Never Too Late.”

For 2007 Mediabase ranked Three Days Grace as the # 1 artist in airplay across all rock formats (Modern Rock, Active Rock, Mainstream Rock). That same year R&R/Billboard also ranked Three Days Grace as # 1 Active Rock Artist of the Year, # 1 Rock Artist of the Year and # 2 Modern Rock/Alternative Artist of the Year.

Both Three Days Grace and One-X have been certified Platinum. Three Days Grace has sold over 4 million albums worldwide.

Tickets for most shows go on sale Saturday, January 16, 2010. Fan club early pre sale begins on Tuesday, January 12, 2010. For a full listing please see below




February 13      Lowell, MA                  Tsongas Arena                                                  On Sale 1/16

February 16      Uncasville, CT              Mohegan Sun Arena                                          On Sale 1/16

February 17      State College, PA          Bryce Jordan Center                                         On Sale 1/15

February 19      Newark, NJ                  Prudential Center                                              On Sale 1/16

February 20      Reading, PA                 Sovereign Center                                               On Sale 1/16

February 23      Augusta, GA                 James Brown Arena                                          On Sale 1/15

February 24      Jacksonville, FL Jacksonville Arena                                                        On Sale 1/16

February 26      Estero, FL                     Germain Arena                                                 On Sale 1/15

February 27      Tampa, FL                    St Pete Times Forum                                         On Sale 1/16

March 1            Pensacola, FL               Pensacola Civic Center                                      On Sale 1/16

March 2            Baton Rouge, LA          Baton Rouge Civic Center                                 On Sale 1/16

March 4            Boosier City,LA            Century Tel Center                                            On Sale 1/16

March 5            Little Rock, AR             Verizon Arena                                                  On Sale1/16


January 15        Peoria. IL                     Peoria Civic Center Arena                                 On Sale NOW

January 16        Detroit, MI                    Joe Louis Arena                                                On Sale NOW

January 18        Madison, WI                 Alliant Energy Center                                        On Sale NOW

January 20        Duluth, MN                   Duluth Entertainment Convention Center Arena  On Sale NOW

January 21        LaCrosse, WI               LaCrosse Center Arena                                     On Sale NOW

January 23        Mankato, MN               Verizon Wireless Center                                    On Sale NOW

January 24        Rockford, IL                 Rockford Metro Center                                     On Sale NOW

January 26        Grand Island, NE           Heartland Events Center                                    On Sale NOW

January 27        Cedar Rapids, IA          US Cellular Center                                            On Sale NOW

January 29        Evansville, IN                Roberts Stadium                                                On sale NOW

January 30        Ft. Wayne, IN               Allen County War Memorial Coliseum                On Sale NOW

February 1        Lexington, KY              Rupp Arena                                                      On Sale NOW

February 2        Huntington, WV            Big Sandy Superstore Arena                              On Sale NOW

February 14      Portland, ME                 Cumberland Civic Center                                   On Sale NOW


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