Three Days Grace will play at Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon
ASHWAUBENON — Concerts return to Capital Credit Union Park this summer, and Three Days Grace is the first.
The Canadian rock band will be performing at 6 p.m. on July 23 for a leg of their Explosions tour, which kicks off July 13 in support of their seventh studio album, “Explosions,” which will be released May 6.
Opening acts for US dates through August, including Ashwaubenon, are Wage War and Zero 9:36. Doors open at 5 p.m.
Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday on etix.com. Prizes have yet to be announced, but $1 from each ticket will go to support tornado recovery efforts in Mayfield, Ky., through the nonprofit PLUS1.
The video for the band’s new single, “Lifetime,” was shot in Mayfield after catastrophic tornadoes in December and is dedicated to the people of that community.
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Capital Credit Union Park debuted as a live venue last year with two events: Badflower in May and a rescheduled doubleheader Wilco and Trampled by Turtles in September. It can accommodate concert crowds of 9,000 to 10,000 people.
In November, the Green Bay Booyah, the Northwoods League baseball franchise that plays at the stadium, changed its name to the Green Bay Rockers to reflect an increased focus on live music during games and stand-alone concerts at the venue.
Mark Skogen, CEO and President of Festival Foods, acquired the franchise and ballpark in January 2021. He also owns the nearby EPIC event center, which opened a year ago this week and maintains a busy schedule national tours in a wide variety of genres.