Three Days Grace Announce Additional Dates

Three Days Grace announce additional dates for US co-headline tour with Breaking Benjamin and Flyleaf.

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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.

Tickets for most shows go on sale Saturday, January 16, 2010. Fan club early pre sale begins on Tuesday, January 12, 2010.

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.

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."

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

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    Still no Chicago...Do they have something against Chicago? I'd see TDG and BB no questions asked.
    They are playing in rockford on the 24th of this month. which depending on where you are in the chicago area is only about 2 hours, less if your in the burbs or close to I90
    You chicago people don;t realized how lucky you are with concerts. Us out here in Rockford hardly get anything, we almost ALWAYS have to travel to Madison, Milwaukee, Chicago, Peoria, or the Quad Cities to see a concert.
    no, you guys dont know how lucky you are. i live in iowa, hardly anyone comes here that is worth a crap and if they do its in des moines (the capitol for those who dont know) at the Wells Fargo arena and tickets push a 85-100 bucks a piece no matter who it is