3 Doors Down has extended the fall tour in support of its latest Universal album, "Seventeen Days," which has been one of the top rock releases of the year. New dates will begin Sept. 29 in Baton Roug
3 Doors Down has extended the fall tour in support of its latest Universal album, "Seventeen Days." New dates will begin Sept. 29 in Baton Rouge, La., and run through Nov. 9 in Columbus, Ga. The group has a handful of shows left on its current run, which plays Roanoke, Va., tomorrow (Aug. 31) and wraps Sept. 11 in Charlotte.
An Oct. 24 show in Cincinnati will serve as a make-up for an Aug. 3 engagement there that was mired by a power outage. Tickets for the new date are being offered for drastically reduced prices ($10 pavilion, $5 lawn), and fans that attended the original show can purchase as many tickets as they did on the first go-around.
"Seventeen Days" has been one of the top rock releases of the year, having shifted 1.03 million copies in the United States since February, according to Nielsen SoundScan. New single "Live for Today" is No. 28 in its second week on Billboard's Mainstream Rock chart.
Support on the new fall dates will come from modern rock acts Shinedown and Alter Bridge.
Here are 3 Doors Down's tour dates:
Aug. 31: Roanoke, Va. (Civic Center)
Sept. 1: Virginia Beach, Va. (Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre)
Sept. 3: Darien Center, N.Y. (Darien Lake)
Sept. 4: Syracuse, N.Y. (New York State Fair)
Sept. 7: North Charleston, S.C. (Coliseum)
Sept. 9: Raleigh, N.C. (Alltel Pavilion)
Sept. 10: Atlanta (HiFi Buys Amphitheatre)
Sept. 11: Charlotte, N.C. (Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre)
Sept. 29: Baton Rouge, La. (River Center)
Oct. 1: Selma, Texas (Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre)
Oct. 2: Hidalgo, Texas (Dodge Arena)
Oct. 4: Tulsa, Okla. (Convention Center)
Oct. 5: Wichita Falls, Texas (Yeager Coliseum)
Oct. 7: Woodlands, Texas (C.W. Mitchell Pavilion)
Oct. 8: Beaumont, Texas (Arena @ Ford Park)
Oct. 11: Universal City, Calif. (Gibson Amphitheatre)
Oct. 14: Phoenix (Cricket Pavilion)
Oct. 15: Las Vegas (Aladdin Theatre)
Oct. 21: Evansville, Ind. (Roberts Stadium)
Oct. 22: Louisville (Louisville Gardens)
Oct. 24: Cincinnati (Riverbend Music Center)
Oct. 26: Toledo, Ohio (Sports Arena)
Nov. 9: Columbus, Ga. (Civic Center)