USANA Amphitheater | Salt Lake City, UT
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Nickelback is headed to USANA Amphitheater on Saturday 19th September 2020 on it's All the Right Reasons 2020 Tour, which celebrates the 15th anniversary of the band's chart-topping, diamond-certified album! The group will perform the smash-hit album in its entirety, playing all seven radio singles, including the top 20 classics "Photograph," "Rockstar," "Far Away," "If Everyone Cared," and "Savin' Me!" The best-selling band will be joined for the evening by an unbelievable support line-up – San Diego alt-rockers Stone Temple Pilots and Grammy Award-winners Switchfoot will perform as special guests!
Named by Billboard in 2009 as the most successful group of the decade, Canadian rock band Nickelback is one of Canada's most successful acts, with over 50 million albums sold worldwide. Formed in Hanna, Alberta in 1995, the band signed to Roadrunner Records four years later after a series of independently released albums. The band re-released its second studio album The State in 2000 to moderate success, but its worldwide breakthrough came in 2001 with Silver Side Up. It was a number one hit in several countries including Canada, Austria, Ireland, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom, and it was certified 8× Platinum in Canada, 6× Platinum in the US, and 3× Platinum in the UK. The album's lead single, "How You Remind Me," has been ranked by Billboard as the best-selling rock song of the 2000s and the fourth best-selling song of that decade overall. Seven of Nickelback's nine studio albums have reached number one on the Billboard 200, with six of them gaining platinum or multi-platinum certification from the RIAA, including 2005's All the Right Reasons which was certified diamond. In the US, Nickelback has been ranked as the second best-selling foreign act of the 2000s (behind The Beatles) and the eleventh best-selling music act of the decade overall. The band's most recent release in 2017's Feed the Machine.