Two-time Grammy-nominated and millions-selling progressive music titans Dream Theater are currently in the middle of a successful European tour.
With three weeks left on that run, the band is turning its attention back to North America with the announcement of the next leg of the acclaimed The Distance Over Time Tour – Celebrating 20 Years of Scenes From A Memory.
The next leg of the tour will kick off at the end of September and run through mid-November. The 27-date trek will see the band making stops in Louisville, KY; Cleveland, OH; Baltimore, MD; Long Island, NY; and San Jose, CA to name a few. Information on tickets for all upcoming shows as well as VIP packages can be found at www.dreamtheater.net.
The first leg of the tour gathered plenty of critical acclaims and fan praise due in large part to the diverse setlist the band created. Dream Theater featured tracks from their latest release Distance Over Time (InsideOutMusic /Sony Music) and selections from their 30-year career along with a nightly celebration of the 20th Anniversary of their seminal concept album Metropolis Part 2: Scenes From A Memory that the band performed in its entirety. The band will continue that trend on the Fall tour to create an evening of over 2 hours and 45 minutes of Dream Theater at their masterful best making this a concert event to not be missed.
The world has now had a chance to experience the latest release, Distance Over Time. After landing at the #1 spot on the iTunes Top Album Chart the day it was released, the album has gone on to be an instant classic among fans and critics alike. The album landed at #5 on the Top Current Album Chart and debuted at #24 on the Billboard 200. It also found a home at #2 on the Hard Music Chart and #3 on the Rock Chart. The band also garnered over 10 million total streams for Distance Over Time through release week, a career high for the band in the streaming age.
|9-26||Louisville, KY||Louisville Palace|
|9-27||Indianapolis, IN||Murat Theatre at Old National Centre|
|9-29||Canton, OH||Canton Palace Theatre|
|10-1||Peoria, IL||Peoria Civic Center|
|10-2||St. Louis, MO||Stifel Theatre|
|10-4||Baltimore, MD||Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center|
|10-5||Raleigh, NC||Raleigh Memorial Auditorium|
|10-6||Richmond, VA||Dominion Energy Center|
|10-8||Charleston, SC||North Charleston Performing
|10-9||Asheville, NC||Thomas Wolfe Auditorium|
|10-11||New Brunswick, NJ||State Theatre New Jersey|
|10-12||Albany, NY||Palace Theatre – Albany|
|10-15||Brookville, NY||Tilles Center for the Performing Arts
at LIU Post
|10-17||Chattanooga, TN||Tivoli Theatre|
|10-18||Memphis, TN||Graceland Soundstage at
Elvis Presley’s Memphis
|10-19||Biloxi, MS||Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Biloxi|
|10-22||San Antonio, TX||Majestic Theatre – San Antonio|
|10-23||El Paso, TX||Abraham Chavez Theatre|
|10-24||Mesa, AZ||Mesa Arts Center – Ikeda Theatre|
|10-26||Tucson, AZ||Tucson Music Hall|
|10-27||El Cajon, CA||Magnolia Performing Arts Center|
|10-28||Riverside, CA||Fox Performing Arts Center|
|10-30||San Jose, CA||San Jose Civic|
|11-1||Reno, NV||Grand Theatre at The Grand
|11-4||Omaha, NE||Orpheum Theater – Omaha|
|11-5||Madison, WI||Capitol Theater – Madison|
|11-6||Cincinnati, OH||Taft Theatre|
|11-9||Syracuse, NY||Crouse Hinds Theater|
|11-11||Kitchener, ONT||Centre In The Square|