While it's been a couple years since Nickelback released their ninth studio album Feed The Machine in 2017, the band has decided no new album in needed to hit the road. As lead singer Chad Kroege told Billboard: "Now there isn't this urgency," he said. "It's not like you have this amount of time you have to make a record because we're going to go tour. It's not [snaps fingers] rinse and repeat, rinse and repeat, with pressure from management, booking agents, record company. That's not there anymore. It's so nice and it really allows me a lot of time to, er — drink."
Some dates on the tour are already available for sale, and tickets for the rest of the tour go on sale May 3rd and 8th. Visit TicketIQ.com for the cheapest options for Nickelback tickets for the 2019 tour.
Below are dates announced so far
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]
In total, the band has released nine albums, six of which have gone platinum, and is the 11th best-selling music act and second best-selling foreign act in the U.S. in the 21st century behind...the Beatles!
Below published on February 22, 2017
Arena rockers Nickelback will launch a tour this summer in support of their upcoming ninth album Feed the Machine, which they are expected to release on June 9th. Daughtry, the rock band fronted by Chris Daughtry (American Idol) will serve as the tour's opening act for the first half of the run, while Cheap Trick will close out the remaining dates. The tour is scheduled to wrap up on October 1 in Canada.
Chad Kroeger & Co. will kick off their tour with a stop on Noblesville, Indiana at the Klipsch Music Center on June 23rd. The tour will start on July 1 with a stop in Wantagh, New York at the Jones Beach Theater. The tour will head west and reach Los Angeles, California on September 8th, performing at the legendary Greek Theatre. The stop in Salt Lake City, Utah on the 16th at the USANA Amphitheatre will be the last with Daughtry opening.
Starting on September 21st, The tour will head to Western Canada and Cheap Trick will join Nickelback as the opening act. The shows on September 26th and 28th in Calgary at the Scotiabank Saddledome and Edmonton at Roger’s Place respectively, are the closest stops to Nickelback's hometown of Hanna, Alberta.
Tickets for the tour went on sale February 11 via Ticketmaster. All tickets, including multi-tiered VIP packages with preferred seating, parking, and special edition gifts, are directly available on the primary market.
On the secondary market, Nickelback tickets are heavy in demand, especially for popular cities like Kansas City and Bismark, ND. The cheapest ticket availbe for the tour is the band's June 24th stop in Clarkston, Michigan at the DTE Energy Music Theatre, where a ticket can be purchased for just $27.
Fans can pre-order Nickelback's Feed the Machine, which will also grant access to the album’s first single of the same name.
June 23 — Noblesville, IN. — Klipsch Music Center*
June 24 — Clarkston, MI. — DTE Energy Music Theatre*
June 27 — Toronto, ON, CA. — Budweiser Stage*
June 29 — Montreal, QC, CA. — Centre Bell*
July 1 — Wantagh, NY. — Jones Beach Theater*
July 2 — Holmdel, NJ. — PNC Bank Arts Center*
July 4 — Virginia Beach, VA. — Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater*
July 7 — Bangor, ME. — Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion*
July 8 — Mansfield, MA. — Xfinity Center*
July 10 — Saratoga Springs, NY. — Saratoga Performing Arts Center*
July 12 — Darien Center, NY. — Darien Lake Performing Arts Center*
July 20 — Monticello, IA. — Great Jones County Fair
July 21 — Omaha, NE. — CenturyLink Center*
July 23 — Kansas City, MO. — Starlight Theatre*
July 25 — St. Louis, MO. — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre*
July 28 — Houston, TX. — The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion*
July 29 — Dallas, TX. — Starplex Pavilion*
Aug. 1 — Tampa, FL. — MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre*
Aug. 2 — Alpharetta, GA. — Verizon Amphitheatre*
Aug. 4 — Camden, NJ. — BB&T Pavilion*
Aug. 5 — Hershey, PA. — Hersheypark Stadium*
Aug. 7 — Burgettstown, PA. — Key Bank Pavilion*
Aug. 9 — Cincinnati, OH. — Riverbend Music Center*
Aug. 11 — Des Moines, IA. — Iowa State Fair Grandstand*
Aug. 12 — Chicago, IL. — Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island*
Aug. 14 — Cuyahoga Falls, OH. — Blossom Music Center*
Aug. 24 — St. Paul, MN. — Minnesota State Fair
Aug. 26 — Bismarck, ND. — Bismarck Event Center*
Aug. 27 — Billings, MT. — Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark*
Aug. 29 — Spokane, WA. — Spokane Arena*
Aug. 30 — Portland, OR. — Sunlight Supply Amphitheater*
Sept. 1 — Puyallup, WA. — Washington State Fair
Sept. 3 — Mountain View, CA. — Shoreline Amphitheatre*
Sept. 6 — Wheatland, CA. — Toyota Amphitheatre*
Sept. 8 — Los Angeles, CA. — Greek Theatre*
Sept. 9 — Phoenix, AZ. — Ak-Chin Pavilion*
Sept. 12 — Morrison, CO. — Red Rocks Amphitheatre*
Sept. 14 — Albuquerque, NM. — Isleta Amphitheatre*
Sept. 16 — Salt Lake City, UT. — USANA Amphitheatre*
Sept. 21 — Winnipeg, MB, CA. — MTS Centre^
Sept. 23 — Saskatoon, SK, CA. — SaskTel Centre^
Sept. 26 — Calgary, AB, CA. — Scotiabank Saddledome^
Sept. 28 — Edmonton, AB, CA. — Rogers Place^
Oct. 1 — Vancouver, BC, CA. — Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena^
^With Cheap Trick