Disturbed Embarking On ‘Take Back Your Life Tour’ In 2024

David Draiman and John Moyer of Disturbed perform at Pine Knob Music Theatre on Sept. 1 in Clarkston, Michigan. (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images)

Coming off a successful run of summer shows, rock band Disturbed announced they will be back on the road next year with the 23-date “Take Your Life Back Tour” across North America from January through March.

The heavy metal group hailing from Chicago will kick off the Live Nation-produced tour Peoria Civic Center in Peoria, Illinois on Jan. 19 and includes stops at Des Moines, Iowa’s Wells Fargo Arena, T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Toledo, Ohio’s Huntington Center, CFG Bank in Baltimore, Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, Amway Center in Orlando and Austin’s Moody Center before concluding the route at Bakkt Theater in Las Vegas on March 3.

Hard rock band Falling In Reverse and Plush, an all-female band, will be featured as supporting acts during the tour.

Fans can purchase tickets for the 2024 show this week. The artist presale begins on Oct. 17 at 10 a.m. local time, and additional presale windows will open leading up to the general onsale, which begins Oct. 20 at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets can be purchased via the band’s website, disturbed1.com/tour.

Disturbed, which has recorded five platinum albums, sold approximately 336,000 tickets throughout their 36-date tour earlier this year, making it the most successful run in their career. The band is repped by Creative Artist Agency Co-Head of North America Darryl Eaton and managed by Q Prime. Since March 2000, Disturbed has earned $88.66 million off of 447 headline shows reported to the Pollstar Boxoffice. The band played a show at St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview in Syracuse, New York, on Aug. 12, which sold 13,177 tickets and grossed $608,849.

Disturbed’s “Take Back Your Life Tour” with Falling In Reverse & Plush
Jan. 19 — Peoria Civic Center — Peoria, IL
Jan. 22 — Van Andel Arena — Grand Rapids, MI
Jan. 23 — Resch Center — Green Bay, WI
Jan. 25 — Wells Fargo Arena — Des Moines, IA
Jan. 27 — Paycom Center — Oklahoma City, OK
Jan. 29 — CHI Health Center Arena — Omaha, NE
Jan. 31 — Denny Sanford Premier Center — Sioux Falls, SD
Feb. 2 — T-Mobile Center — Kansas City, MO
Feb. 5 — Ford Center — Evansville, IN
Feb. 6 — Huntington Center — Toledo, OH
Feb. 8 — Thompson-Boling Arena at Food City Center — Knoxville, TN
Feb. 10 — Mohegan Sun Arena — Uncasville, CT
Feb. 13 — CFG Bank — Baltimore, MD
Feb. 15 — Mountain Health Arena — Huntington, WV
Feb. 17 — Bridgestone Arena — Nashville, TN
Feb. 19 — Rupp Arena — Lexington, KY
Feb. 20 — Bon Secours Wellness Arena — Greenville, SC
Feb. 22 — Enmarket Arena — Savannah, GA
Feb. 24 — Mississippi Coast Coliseum — Biloxi, MS
Feb. 26 — Amway Center — Orlando, FL
Feb. 29 — Moody Center — Austin, TX
March 2 — Talking Stick Resorts Amphitheater — Phoenix, AZ
March 3 — Bakkt Theater — Las Vegas, NV