Get your 3 Doors Down tickets before they're gone! The popular rock band is touring across the globe through mid-November, which includes almost 30 performances in the United States. Take a look at the 3 Doors Down schedule below and find your cheap 3 Doors Down tickets today on TicketNetwork.com!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Mar 04, 2017
|3 Doors Down||Plant City, FL|
Florida Strawberry Festival Grounds
Mar 12, 2017
|3 Doors Down||Montreal, Canada|
Metropolis - Montreal
Mar 13, 2017
|3 Doors Down||Kitchener, Canada|
Centre In The Square - Ontario
Mar 16, 2017
|3 Doors Down||Winnipeg, Canada|
Burton Cummings Theatre
Mar 19, 2017
|3 Doors Down||Enoch, Canada|
River Cree Casino
|Current Tour:||2016 Tour|
|Discography:||The Better Life (2000)
Away from the Sun (2002)
Seventeen Days (2005)
3 Doors Down (2008)
Time of My Life (2011)
Us and the Night (2016)
In May 2016, 3 Doors Down announced a summer/fall tour in support of their sixth studio album, Us and the Night. Making stops across North America and Europe, stops on the American leg of the tour include at Silver Legacy Casino in Reno, NV, Louisville Palace in Louisville, KY, Caesars Atlantic City in Atlantic City, NJ, and Bluestem Center for the Arts Amphitheatre in Moorhead, MN. The final stop on the tour is set to take place on November 12 at Harrah's Cherokee Resort Event Center in Cherokee, NC.
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3 Doors Down released their sixth studio album, Us and the Night on March 11, 2016. The album was released via Republic Records and and debuted at No. 14 on the Billboard 200 chart. Recorded at Rivergate Studios and Blackbird Studio, both in Nashville, Us and the Night features 13 tracks, including two bonus tracks. The songs "In the Dark" and "Still Alive" were both released as singles in early 2016.
Many bands tell stories about their small town upbringing, but very few can say that they have had quite the same experience as the band 3 Doors Down. 3 Doors Down's story is a perfect example of the "American Dream;" friends from a small town who launch themselves into the big time. The members of 3 Doors Down grew up together in the small town of Escatawpa, Mississippi, which has a population of just over 3,500 residents. The original members of the band began playing together and performing in the late 1990s, and their single "Kryptonite" launched them to mainstream success, with everyone looking to buy 3 Doors Down tickets.
When 3 Doors Down put out the single "Kryptonite," they likely never suspected that a song that became a hit on a local radio station in Biloxi, Mississippi, would ultimately result in a recording contract and worldwide fame. When "Kryptonite" was released, 3 Doors Down quickly made a name for themselves around their hometown and surrounding areas, gathering a steady following for their local live shows. The band's incredibly popular local shows eventually landed them a gig at the famous New York City club CBGB. The incredible performance by caught the attention of Universal Records, which resulted in a major record deal. Shortly after 3 Doors Down signed their record deal, the band released The Better Life (2000), which in addition to "Kryptonite" also included the top ten rock songs "Loser," "Duck and Run" and "Be Like That." 3 Doors Down's first album would go on to be certified six times platinum and reach #7 on Billboard charts, an incredible accomplishment for a newcomer to the popular music scene.
Two years later, 3 Doors Down released their follow-up album Away from the Sun (2002), and once again they found themselves at the top of Billboard charts. The top-ten album went multi-platinum and gave 3 Doors Down two more top-five singles with "When I'm Gone" and "Here Without You." 3 Doors Down successfully avoided the dreaded sophomore slump for bands, proving they were here to stay and that they wouldn't be one-hit wonders. Further proving their staying power, 3 Doors Down have successfully released another two albums. Their 2005 album Seventeen Days became the first #1 album for the group, when it premiered at the top of the charts; once again, 3 Doors Down attained platinum status. 3 Doors Down then followed that up with their fourth record, the self-titled 3 Doors Down, which reached #1 in its first week, selling over 150,000 copies.
If there is one thing to be learned from 3 Doors Down, it is that just because you have small-town roots doesn't mean you're incapable of achieving your big dreams. 3 Doors Down dreamt big, followed their passion, and now tour worldwide for hundreds of thousands of fans.