Five Finger Death Punch, Breaking Benjamin Extend Co-Headline Tour Into Arenas

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Five Finger Death Punch rocks the Louder Than Life Festival at Champions Park in Louisville, Ky., Sept. 30.
The rock won’t stop! Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin are already in the middle of a co-headline amphitheater tour, and they have decided, due to high demand, they will extend their joint routing into arenas in the fall.
The current tour has Bad Wolves and Nothing More on as special guests. The fall leg will feature From Ashes To New for the whole affair, and Bad Wolves and In Flames on select dates.
The fall leg starts Nov. 6 at Intrust Bank Arena in Wichita and runs throughout the U.S., wrapping Dec. 11 at Cross Insurance Arena in Portland, Maine.
Presales start Aug. 1 and the general onsale begins Aug. 3. 
“The summer tour has been incredible; the sales, performances, and fan reactions have gone above and beyond our wildest dreams!” Larry Frank, COO of Frank Productions said in a statement. “We had to bring this tour back to arenas in the fall to make sure every fan gets to experience one of the best shows of their life.”
Portions of proceeds from ticket sales will go to the Concerns Of Police Survivors and Prevent Child Abuse America charities.
Five Finger Death Punch’s solo show in Casper, Wyo., grossed $168,870 on 4,100 tickets May 30. Breaking Benjamin moved 1,700 tickets for a $68,845 gross May 7.
Both headliners are promoting new albums – Ember for Breaking Benjamin and And Justice For None for Five Finger Death Punch. 
Despite concerns that FFDP would be breaking up last year, lead singer Ivan Moody publicly admitted he was struggling in his battle with substance abuse, and would have to sit out from their European tour, but he would be back. FFDP also settled its lawsuit with its former label and manager Jeff Kwatinetz last year.