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Breaking Benjamin To Perform At Bryce Jordan Center April 27

Rock band Breaking Benjamin is officially coming to Happy Valley. The group will perform at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 27, at the Bryce Jordan Center.

Tickets for the band’s spring tour can be purchased online beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday, February 18. At the concert, Breaking Benjamin will be joined by special guests Seether, Starset, and Lacey Sturm.

Hailing from Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, Breaking Benajmin formed in 1999. The band is known for hit songs like “The Diary of Jane” and “So Cold.” In the band’s 19-year run (not including a hiatus from 2010 to 2014,) it’s produced three certified-platinum records and a No. 1 record on the Billboard 200.

Breaking Benjamin last performed at the Bryce Jordan Center in 2018 while touring with Avenged Sevenfold and Bullet For My Valentine.

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Anna is a junior majoring in public relations and one of Onward State's social media editors. Hailing from Washington D.C. (aka Alexandria, Virginia), she loves 80's and 90's rock, spending money on clothes, and was born in a pink hospital in Honolulu, Hawaii. Please share your favorite nepo baby with her on Twitter @annaewiggins or send all of your best gossip to her email, [email protected]

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