Disturbed, Breaking Benjamin, Alter Bridge & Saint Asonia at Budweiser Stage

Disturbed Tickets

Budweiser Stage | Toronto, Ontario

Disturbed, Breaking Benjamin, Alter Bridge & Saint Asonia comes to Molson Amphitheatre on Monday 8th August 2016

Two bands are breaking the silence and disturbing the peace in your side of town…Disturbed and Breaking Benjamin will come crashing, smashing, and rocking to give you a pulse-pounding headbanger's ball. But wait, there's more! Alter Bridge and Saint Asonia will join-in and open-up the show to get the volume pumping. Nu metal fans are not taking this sitting down. They're on the move now to get their hands on those concert tickets. What are you waiting for? Get your tickets now!
Disturbed, Breaking Benjamin, Alter Bridge & Saint Asonia at Molson Amphitheatre

Prepare for an ear-piercing and pulse-pounding evening as back-to-back nu metal bands are breaking-in and disturbing the peace to bring chaos and commotion…Disturbed and Breaking Benjamin, with Alter Bridge and Saint Asonia are cruising in for a double-headliner tour.

Vocalist David Draiman, bassist John Moyer, guitarist Dan Donegan, and drummer Mike Wengren are collectively known as Disturbed. Formed in 1994, this heavy meatal, alt-rock and nu metal outfit has released six studio albums to date, and five of which have all debuted at the top of Billboard 200. They went on a hiatus in 2011– going on their own separate ways to focus on solo endeavors. They returned in 2015 and released their first album in five years.

Angst-ridden lyrics, crunching guitars, and raging choruses are Breaking Benjamin's most swelling trademarks. In the US alone, they have sold more than 7 million albums; and they have a bagful of gold, platinum, and multiplatinum collection of awards for the outstanding sales of their singles and albums. One of their albums has also topped the Billboard 200 charts. With several band member changes over the years, their current line-up include: founding member Benjamin Burnley, Aaron Bruch, Shaun Foist, Jasen Rauch and Keith Wallen.

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