Dream TheaterHard work is finally paying off.
The progressive metal band taken to instagram earlier this year to show off the extensive preparation they’ve undergone for their upcoming live gigs, including stage animation, mixing, and intensive rehearsals.
Now that their extensive international tour is officially underway, fans can finally see Dream Theater’s vision come true and hear tracks from their 2021 album “A View From The Top of the World” live for the first time.
If you’re hoping to catch the elaborate show from the 2022 Grammy nominees and new live tunes, here’s everything you need to know about all of the remaining tour dates.
Tickets to see the “Pull Me Under” rockers are available on all major ticketing platforms.
After hitting the ground running in Arizona on February 2, the band will continue to play venues across the continent until their final North American show in Texas on March 21.
Next, Dream Theater will fly overseas on their European excursion which will take them to London, France, Italy, Norway, Germany and more until their final performance in the Czech Republic on May 26th.
A complete tour itinerary including all international concerts can be found here.
For more information on the North American show nearest you, we’ve listed all the dates, locations and links to buy tickets below.
- February 8 to ShoWare Center in Kent, Washington
- February 10 to Maverik Center in Salt Lake City, Utah
- February 12 to Paramount Theater in Denver, Colorado
- February 15 to Stifel Theater in St. Louis, Missouri
- February 16 to Andrew J Brady ICON Music Center in Cincinnati, Ohio
- February 18 to State Theater in Minneapolis, Minnesota
- February 19 to Miller High Life Theater in Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- February 20 to Chicago Theater in Chicago, Illinois
- February 22 at The Fillmore in Detroit, Michigan
- February 23 at Goodyear Theater in Akron, Ohio
- February 25 to Wang Theater in Boston, Massachusetts
- February 27 at National Arts Center in Ottawa, Canada
- March 1 at Place Bell in Laval, Canada
- March 2 at Meridian Hall in Toronto, Canada
- March 4 to Beacon Theater in New York, New York
- March 5 to Oakdale Theater in Wallingford, Connecticut
- March 6 to Warner Theater in Washington, D.C.
- March 8 to The Met in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
- on March 9 at Hackensack Meridian Health Theater in Red Bank, New Jersey
- March 11 to Duke Energy Center in Raleigh, North Carolina
- March 12 to Coca-Cola Roxy Theater in Atlanta, Georgia
- March 13 to Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tennessee
- March 15 to Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Florida
- March 16 to Duke Energy Center in St. Petersburg, Florida
- March 18 to Bayou Music Center in Houston, Texas
- March 19 at The Dallas, Texas plant
- March 21 at The Moody Theater in Austin, Texas
Who opens for Dream Theater?
Depends on the show.
If you attend a Dream Theater concert in the United States, you will see masters of melodic metal Echo Bow support the headliners.
The Canadian shows will be accompanied by a heavy quartet falsetto.
All UK performances will feature a Milton Keynes-based progressive metal band TesseracT in the opening slot.
Finally, the European leg of the tour enlisted the frontman of Strapping Young Lad Devin Townsend to thrill the crowds before Dream Theater takes the stage.
For a preview of the tour, watch this 52-second clip from a recent live show in Arizona here or below.
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Matt Levy covers the entertainment industry live, writing about upcoming concerts, festivals, shows and events. He can be reached at [email protected].