Nickelback Announce 2019 Tour Dates

Nickelback

Nickelback

(TRR) – Rock radio juggernauts Nickelback are hitting the road this summer for a string of headlining and festival dates across North American. The brief tour kicks off on July 6 at SMS Stadium in Fort McMurry, AB and wraps up on August 24 at the Mark G. Etess Arena at Hard Rock Casino & Resort in Atlantic City, NJ. The band are also set to perform at Festival de Montgolfieres De Gatineau on August 30 in Gatineau, ON and Rock In Rio in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil on October 6.

Tickets for all shows and festival appearances are available HERE. Select shows go on sale May 3 at 10am and May 8 at 6am, while other shows are already on sale.

Nickelback released their ninth studio album Feed The Machine in 2017. It was the band’s first release through record label BMG. The disc debuted at No. 5 on the Billboard Top 200 and No. 2 on the Canadian Albums Chart. It is aruably the heaviest release of the band’s career. To date, the band has sold over 50 million albums worldwide.

July 6 – SMS Equipment Stadium [Fort McMurry, AB]
July 11 – Roxodus [Edenvale, ON]
July 17 – Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion [Gilford, NH]
July 20 – Les Grandes Fetes Telus [Rimouski, Quebec]
August 3 – Mississippi Valley Fair [Davenport, IA]
August 13-14 – Ravinia Festival Park [Highland Park, IL]
August 16 – River Spirit Casino [Tulsa, OK]
August 17 – Choctaw Casino Event Center [Durant, OK]
August 22 – Mohegan Sun Arena [Uncasville, CT]
August 24 – Mark G. Etess Arena at Hard Rock Casino & Resort [Atlantic City, NJ]
August 30 – Festival de Montgolfieres De Gatineau [Gatineau, ON]
October 6 – Rock In Rio [Rio De Janeiro, Brazil]

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