Grammy-Winning Rock Band Daughtry Comes to The CCA
Daughtry will perform on Sunday, April 8 at 7:30PM at the Capitol Center for the Arts. Sinclair will be the opening act. In addition to the tour, Daughtry is also gearing up to release new music in 2018.
Daughtry has released four studio albums and garnered four GRAMMY nominations. Additionally, the band has sold more than eight million albums and 16 million singles, as well as selling out concerts around the globe. At radio, the band has earned four No. 1 singles, including the multi-format hit No. 1 song "It's Not Over." Daughtry's self-titled album was the fastest-selling rock debut in Soundscan history and its follow up, Leave This Town, marked the quintet's second consecutive No. 1 album. The band's third album, Break the Spell, was certified GOLD within four weeks of its release. Its last studio effort, Baptized, produced the certified GOLD single, "Waiting For Superman."
Said Chris Daughtry, "We are very much looking forward to hitting the road again and reconnecting with our fans! We've been grinding away in the studio working diligently on our fifth album and cannot wait to share the new material in 2018."
Tickets for the April 8 performance start at $32, plus any applicable fees for phone/Internet sales. They may be ordered by calling the Capitol Center for the Arts at (603) 225-1111 or online at ccanh.com. Tickets may also obtained at the Center's box office at 44 South Main St., Concord, NH, which is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 11AM to 6PM and Saturdays from 11AM-2PM.
The award-winning Capitol Center for the Arts (www.ccanh.com) inspires, educates, and entertains audiences by providing a quality venue for the performing arts as well as a wide range of professional-level, artistically-significant presentations. The Center is conveniently located off Rt. 93 in downtown Concord, New Hampshire and is close to several quality restaurants, shopping boutiques, and other area attractions. The facility first opened in 1927 as the Capitol Theatre, a prime stop on the Vaudeville circuit; it later became Concord's premier movie house and concert hall. After closing in 1989, it underwent a multi-million dollar renovation / modernization and reopened in 1995 as the Capitol Center for the Arts. Today, the Capitol Center is home to the 1304-seat Chubb Theatre, the Spotlight Café, The Governor's Hall ballroom, and the Kimball House, a Victorian mansion.