Based out of Canada, hard rock group Nickelback has built a strong fan base for its albums and concerts. Though the band’s critical reception has been missed, its mainstream success has only grown since its 1996 debut “Curb.” The band’s highest charting releases in the U.S. to date have been 2001’s six-time Platinum “Silver Side Up,” and 2005’s seven-time Platinum “All the Right Reasons.”

The band was one of several big-name acts to sign a comprehensive touring and recording deal with Live Nation Artists, worth an estimated $50 million to $70 million. Signed in 2008, the deal’s touring agreement first went into affect with the 2009 tour supporting “Dark Horse,” released by Nickelback in November 2008.

Nickelback Call Off Anniversary Tour Amid Pandemic
The rockers of Nickelback were set to head out on an anniversary tour this summer, honoring their smash-hit record All The Right Reasons. However, amid the coronavirus pandemic, the group had to call-off the trek. “While we all hoped for a different outcome, we regrettably cannot move forward and... Read more
CMA Music Festival 2021 Tops Tuesday Best-Sellers
Four day passes to the CMA Music Festival, which was recently postponed to 2021, topped yesterday’s best-selling events list, Ticket Club sales data reveals. The festival, which was slated to take place this June, has been pushed back to 2021 amid escalating concerns over the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The... Read more
Nickelback, Pearl Jam Tours Headline Tickets On Sale Thursday
Nickelback and Pearl Jam are among rock bands releasing tickets on Thursday. Nickelback will celebrate the 15th anniversary of their breakthrough record All the Right Reasons this summer. The 46-date tour will release general sale tickets tomorrow. Grunge kings Pearl Jam will release presales to their spring dates tomorrow.... Read more
Nickelback Reveal ‘All The Right Reasons’ 15th Anniversary Tour
The rockers of Nickelback are celebrating the 15th anniversary of their breakthrough record All The Right Reasons with a summer outing. They’ll kick-off the trek on June 19 in Raleigh, North Carolina, followed by shows in Cincinnati, Toronto, Bristow, Milwaukee, Spokane, and Albuquerque, hitting venues along the way like... Read more
Fans Flame Latest Batch of Settlement Freebies from Ticketmaster
Per the terms of a class action lawsuit settled by Ticketmaster, fans who purchased tickets between October 1999 and February 2013 from the giant (aka, just about anyone who bought a ticket for anything in that span) are entitled to vouchers and discount codes through 2020. The discount codes... Read more
Nickelback will be on the road for another season, as the Canada-based rock band extends the Dark Horse World Tour that launched with a U.S. leg in summer 2009. The tour’s next leg begins September 14 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN, and concludes more than a month later... Read more
After a year on the road, rock group Nickelback brings its on-going Dark Horse Tour full circle with extended run in North America this spring. The band initially announced just 11 concert dates for the planned outing, but the itinerary has now been expanded to a full 30 concert... Read more
As this year draws to a close, Canadian rock band Nickelback is already busy planning a fresh slate of concert dates for the New Year. The band’s 2010 tour leg will launch with an April 6 show at the John Labatt Centre in London, ON, and continue through April... Read more
This season’s final championship matches for U.S. Open Tennis and Nickelback’s last summer tour dates fall during the week ending September 14, as compiled by TicketNews. The arduous 14-day schedule for the U.S. Open Tennis Championships wraps up this coming weekend with finals for its men’s and women’s competitions.... Read more
Wicked, with a 5.53 power score, takes the top spot in the Weekly Top Events rankings for the week ending March 15 and following close behind is Nickelback (3.86), who climbs to number two after falling to number twelve in the last rankings. Britney Spears tickets are third bestselling... Read more