Alter Bridge will embark on their first headline tour of 2017 across North America beginning on January 21st in Mobile, AL. The Last Hero Tour will make stops in cities across the country such as Chicago, IL, Philadelphia, PA, New York, NY and Las Vegas, NV before wrapping up in Seattle, WA. Artist presale tickets are currently on sale. Tickets and VIP Packages will be available publicly on Friday at 10:00AM local time and can be purchased at

The Last Hero, marks a return to the Top 10 on the Billboard charts for Alter Bridge in the United States; their first since their debut release, 2004’s One Day Remains. The band peaked at #8 on the Billboard 200 with over 27,800 units consumed via sales and streaming. The band also hit #4 on the Top Current Albums chart selling almost 27,000 (26,955 sold), landed at #2 on the Rock Chart and the band’s first-ever #1 album on the Independent Albums Chart. The Last Hero topped charts around the globe as well landing at #6 in Australia, #5 in Germany, #8 in Italy, #2 in Scotland, and #3 in the United Kingdom.

Alter Bridge is Myles Kennedy on vocals/guitars, Mark Tremonti on guitars/vocals, Brian Marshall on bass and Scott Phillips on drums.

The Last Hero Tour tour dates:


21 Sanger Theatre Mobile, AL
22 Tabernacle Atlanta, GA
24 Royal Oak Music Theatre Royal Oak, MI
25 Riviera Theatre Chicago, IL
27 Anthem At Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City, IA
28 Voodoo Lounge at Harrah’s Casino North Kansas City, MO
31 Rapids Theatre Niagra Falls, NY


1 Phoenix Concert Theatre Totonto, ON
3 Metroplis Montreal, QUE
4 Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA
7 House of Blue Boston Boston, MA
9 Playstation Theater New York, NY
10 The Fillmore Silverspring, MD
12 The Ritz Raleigh, NC
14 House of Blues Houston, TX
16 Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, NV
18 The Marquee Tempe, AZ
19 Wiltern Los Angeles, CA
20 Regency Ballroom San Francisco, CA
22 Moore Theatre Seattle, WA

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  • Doug on

    Myles Kennedy is one busy dude, very talented for sure.

  • nick look on

    Why bands come to Milwaukee is beyond me.

  • T on

    Gotta give props to Mark for finding Myles, who I’ve heard is no slouch on guitar himself. It’s amazing what different paths Mark and Scott Stapp’s lives have taken. There was a time when you couldn’t turn on the radio without hearing Creed.

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