Breaking Benjamin Springfield Tickets
A collaboration has been announced between Korn and Breaking Benjamin as they are set to tour North America in 2020. The multi-platinum hard rock heavyweights, Breaking Benjamin will also be releasing a new album in 2020 titled “Aurora”. An acoustic compilation, the quintet has reimagined their past material and has called the album a celebration of their fans, who have always stood by them. The Winter Tour starts on January 23 and will also feature the UK band Bones as the supporting act. The trek will wrap up on March 1 and also includes a February 13 performance at the JQH Arena. The sales have already started for Breaking Benjamin Springfield MO tickets and seems like it’ll be a packed house.
Winter Tour By Rock Music’s Two Giant Forces
Korn and Breaking Benjamin are touring together and it’s already become one of the most anticipated treks of 2020. The 24-city North American run starts on January 23 and ends March 1. Breaking Benjamin Springfield MO tickets along with their other concerts tickets are selling out fast, as the fans can’t wait to catch these two touring moguls live.
After a lot of teasing, finally on October 28, 2019, Breaking Benjamin announced their new album – an acoustic record that’ll see them reimagining 10 of their best songs. Titled “Aurora”, it features collaborations with Michaels Barnes of Red, Lacey Sturm, Cold’s member Scooter Ward, Underoath’s lead vocalist Spencer Chamberlain and the Canadian singer Adam Gontier. Set to release on January 24, 2020, Breaking Benjamin has called “Aurora” a tribute to their fans who’ve always been a part of their amazing journey.
The song “Dear Agony” features Lacey Sturm and the acoustic rendition has the power to touch people in an intensely prophetic way. “Dance With the Devil” is also on the track-list and Adam Gontier’s vocals on it have added depth to the number. Breaking Benjamin will be performing songs from this album live on the Winter Tour, along with their other arena staples. Also don’t miss the power anthems by Korn as they belt out Grammy winner “Freak on a Leash” along with the other hits.