Breaking Benjamin Scranton Tickets
Three of Breaking Benjamin's five studio albums have been certified platinum. The other two have gone gold. While this can be classified as more than a decent stint whichever way you look at it, the band has had to encounter some issues along the way. There has been plenty of personnel changes and they have also gone on a hiatus between 2010 and 2014. It now seems as though they have got the hang of things once again and now look ready to write the next chapter. They have joined hands with Five Finger Death Punch and the two will now soon come to the Toyota Pavilion At Montage Mountain as part of it. Book Breaking Benjamin Scranton tickets and get ready for a blockbuster party.
If you are a fan of rock music then get ready to be a part of an epic summer tour. Breaking Benjamin and Five Finger Death Punch have joined hands for a North American road trip that is making headlines everywhere.
Breaking Benjamin get the ball rolling
Incepted in the year 1999, Breaking Benjamin had to work their way to prominence. They started off by performing small shows and going on tours as supporting acts. It was their track Polyamorous that first brought them recognition as it received a lot of airplay on the radio.
They then recorded an EP titled "Breaking Benjamin" and printed two thousand copies of the record in 2001. All of those were sold. It was in 2002 that they caught the attention of recording labels and as a result of that signed their first deal.
The journey to the top
Breaking Benjamin came out with their first studio album "Saturate" in 2002 and it went gold. That was followed by "We Are Not Alone" the next year which was certified platinum in the US. The band then released "Phobia" in 2006 and "Dear Agony" in 2009, with both records getting platinum certifications from the RIAA.
Their next album was titled "Dark Before Dawn" and it went gold in the US. Their latest album "Ember" is about to hit the stores soon and then it will be time for them to hit the road with Five Finger Death Punch. If you want to be a part of the ride, grab your Breaking Benjamin Scranton tickets and watch them rock the Toyota Pavilion At Montage Mountain.