Just Announced: Disturbed to Rock Evansville’s Ford Center in 2024
Are you ready to rock? Multi-platinum rockers, Disturbed, are back with their much-anticipated Take Back Your Life 2024 North American tour, including a stop at Evansville's Ford Center for a 103 GBF Damn Loud Rock Show!
Disturbed's 2024 North American Tour
Disturbed's upcoming tour will span 23 dates across North America, and it's making a stop in downtown Evansville on Monday, February 5, 2024, at the Ford Center with Disturbed, and featuring special guests Falling In Reverse and Plush.
Mark your calendars! Tickets for the Take Back Your Life 2024 tour will be available starting with an Artist presale on Tuesday, October 17 at 10 AM local time. Additional presales will run throughout the week, including our GBF Presale on Thursday - download our app to get access to the presale code. The general on-sale begins on Friday, October 20 at 10 AM local time via Ticketmaster.com and Ford Center Box Office but keep reading to learn how you can win tickets before they go on sale!
Disturbed's 2023 Summer Tour Success
Over the summer, Disturbed embarked on a 36-date tour. It was their most successful one yet. The band sold an impressive 336,000 tickets, marking 2023 as the pinnacle of their touring career. The compassion and unity displayed on the tour set Disturbed's live shows apart from the rest.
Disturbed's eighth full-length album, "Divisive," is out now via Reprise Records. The album doesn't pull any punches; it's a precise, pummeling, and powerful hard rock opus that fans are raving about. Be sure to give it a listen to get a taste of what's in store on the 2024 tour.
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