Matchbox Twenty, fronted by singer-songwriter Rob Thomas will tour with all original members; Kyle Cook, Paul Doucette and Brian Yale.


The quartet, founded in 1995 in Orlando, Florida has produced a string of gold and platinum albums and singles throughout the late 90s and early aughts with popular pop radio staples including “Push,” “3AM,” and “If You’re Gone.” The band has taken a few hiatuses while members worked on other projects, most notably Thomas who also has a successful solo career.


The band reformed in 2017 for the “A Brief History of Everything” tour marking the 20th anniversary of it’s Diamond selling (that’s 10 Million, folks) debut album “Yourself or Someone Like You.” There’s been no new material from the band since 2012’s “North,“ but fans aren’t likely to mind that the setlist is packed with hits.


The Grammy winning Wallflowers are led by singer-songwriter Jakob Dylan and their sophomore album “Bringing Down the Horse” featured the AAA hits “One Headlight” and “6th Avenue Heartache.“ As with the tour headliners the band has not released any new studio material since Glad All Over from 2012.


No ticket prices have been announced but tickets will be available at Livenation.com on Friday, Jan. 17