3 Doors Down are heading to Europe in support of their new album, ‘Us And The Night’.
The 13-date tour, which includes stops in Austria, Switzerland, and Netherlands, starts on 19 October at Berlin’s Columbiahalle, and wraps at London’s Hammersmith Apollo on 6 November 2016.
Pop Evil are the support act on the tour.
“I had a great time setting up the record in the UK, Paris, and Germany this past March and have been looking forward to getting back to Europe for some time now,” says singer Brad Arnold.
“Our European fans have always welcomed us with open arms and been big supporters of our music. We can’t wait to be back rocking and playing songs from our newest album for them.”
Formed in 1995, 3 Doors Down first made waves with their six-time platinum debut album, ‘The Better Life’, released five years later and featuring the hit ‘Kryptonite’. ‘Away from the Sun’, spawning the singles ‘When I’m Gone’ and ‘Here Without You’ followed two years later. ‘Seventeen Days’ (2005) and ‘3 Doors Down’ (2008) both debuted on top of the US Billboard charts while 2011’s ‘Time Of My Life’ landed at #3.
‘Us And The Night’, released on 11 March 2016, was recorded at Nashville’s Rivergate Studios with Train producer Matt Wallace and, propelled by the single XXX will add to the group’s global album sales of 16 million units.