The Alliant Energy PowerHouse announced via their Facebook page this morning that Breaking Benjamin will headline a quartet of bands coming to Cedar Rapids on May 6. Lacey Sturm, Starset, and Seether will join, and The Corridor will have a shot to see four bands in one night. The last time Breaking Benjamin came to Cedar Rapids was February 15 of 2020 (today, two years ago!).

Ticket details will be released soon.

As of right now, the group of bands is set to tour starting on April 22, where they will begin at SNHU Arena in Manchester, New Jersey. Prior to their visit to Cedar Rapids, they will make a stop in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and perform at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum on May 4. After their concert in Iowa, they'll head to Camdenton, Ohio, where they're scheduled to play at Ozarks Amphitheater on May 7.

According to Breaking Benjamin's Instagram page, tickets and VIP packages will be made available first to BB Fan Club Members today. If you'd like to be a part of the fan club, you can visit the website,

Members not only receive early access to tickets but "exclusive official Breaking Benjamin merchandise discounts, a fan club 2020 enamel pin, and exclusive tee design only available to fan club members!"

The band will also perform at Rockville 2022 this year, held from May 19-22 in Daytona Beach, Florida. Other bands include the Foo Fighters, Guns N' Roses, The Smashing Pumpkins, Korn, KISS, and more.

They'll be at the Inkarceration Festival from July 15-17 in Mansfield, Ohio as well. The other bands in attendance will be Evanescence, Korn, Three Days Grace, Seether, Sleeping With Sirens, and more.

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