Disturbed has announced a spring/summer tour for 2023 that will see them play at least 36 dates in a Live Nation-produced show. The multi-platinum rockers – known for being beasts live – will get support from Theory of A Deadman for the Canadian portion of their tour and Jinjer and Breaking Benjamin on most US dates.
The tour kicks off in Canada on April 27 at the Bell Centre in Montreal. The band then flies across Canada, playing six dates at venues including Scotiabank Arena in Toronto and the Canada Life Centre in Winnipeg. The US leg of the tour begins on July 11 with a gig at Ball Arena in Denver. Disturbed then plays venues across the country, with stops in places such as FivePoint Amphitheater in Irving, CA, Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, VA, and Freedom Mortgage Pavilion in Camden, NJ. The tour’s final (announced) stop is at the Ruoff Music Center in Noblesville, IN, on September 2.
Check out a full list of dates and venues at the end of this post.
It has been a while since Disturbed last embarked on a full tour of the United States. “Take Back Your Life” will be their first headlining tour since 2018, so demand for tickets is sure to be high. The tour is adjacent to Divisive, their eighth full-length album released on November 18. 2002. That album features tracks such as lead single “Hey You,” a song more akin to classic Disturbed songs from early albums like Ten Thousand Fists than much of their newer material.
“Hey You” was a commercial success on the rock charts, and it gave DIsturbed their 15th No. 1 single on that chart. The whole album feels like the work of a band completely understanding each other’s roles, the type of work that can only be produced by a band with the history of Disturbed. Expect the tour to showcase new songs with bold and pounding bass rhythms while sprinkling in the classic hits the quartet is known for.