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Five Finger Death Punch and Breaking Benjamin took part in the summer portion of the biggest North American outdoor amphitheater rock tour of 2018 and provided a generous donation to two charity organizations.

As a result they chose to donate a portion of their ticket sales.A donation of $95,000 to Concerns of Police Survivors was made by Five Finger Death Punch.

“We’ve had the privilege to work with veteran and police organizations for years,” explains Zoltan Bathory of FFDP. The organization has unfortunately mentioned the sacrifices that police officers go through. They are constantly putting their life in line of duty. FFDP has not contributed to help the families of fallen heroes.

Breaking Benjamin didn’t stay behind, they also donated the same amount to Prevent


Child Abuse:

“We’re honored to be able to utilize the thing we love to do most as a tool to help children in need,” explains BEN BURNLEY of BREAKING BENJAMIN. “Organizations such as Prevent Child Abuse America remind us that we are the voice of the voiceless and positive change is possible in otherwise hopeless situations for these kids. We offer our utmost gratitude to every fan who bought a ticket this summer and made a difference. And last but not least, thank you to the selfless people at Prevent Child Abuse America for inspiring greatness and all that you do to make the future brighter for so many.”

Now both bands have announced an expansion of their current co-headlining North American Outdoor Amphitheater tour with additional dates which will take them through Fall 2018 in arenas.

The artists on the tour are also dominating the rock charts with their most current singles: Five Finger Death Punch at No.1 last week with “Sham Pain,”  Breaking Benjamin at No. 3 with “Torn In Two.”

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Regina Yurrita

I am a communications major with an emphasis in Broadcast Journalism. My main focus is to report compelling stories that can capture the attention of our community. As a city worker for my hometown, I have developed a passion for covering a variety of stories that can be informative, captivating and entertaining. My motto is to do everything to the best of your ability and if you can thrown in some glitter to make it sparkle, even better!