Multi-platinum rock bands Daughtry and 3 Doors Down have announced plans to continue their joint co-headline tour into 2013. The excursion began November 17 in Tunica, MS at 3 Doors Down's 9th Annual Better Life Foundation event, and night after night has attracted packed houses in venues across the U.S. Leg one of the tour will wrap on 12/15 at Anaheim's Theatre at the Honda Center, with Fresno, CA at the Save Mart Center on 12/13 and a national live AXS TV appearances in Broomfield, CO at 1st Bank Center on 12/11. The rock bands will stop in Tulsa on Saturday, January 26, 2013. Tickets will be Available at Arby’s Box Office at BOK Center, Tulsa Convention Center Box Office on event days, Tickets.com, all Tickets.com outlets, or charge by phone at 1-877-TULSACC. The first ever co-headline U.S. tour will resume on January 25th at the Verizon Theatre in Dallas, and continue in to March, 2013. The opening act will be Aranda. "We're very happy to continue the tour with 3 Doors Down, and look forward to getting this show to the fans that we missed on the first leg of this tour," says lead singer Chris Daughtry. 3 Doors Down singer Brad Arnold shares, "This tour with Daughtry has been amazing, and we are excited to keep it rolling into 2013. See you on the road my friends!" Daughtry's set features the band's new single "Start of Something Good," from their new gold certified album Break The Spell along with a plethora of smash hits and fan favorites including “Home,” “It’s Not Over,” “Feels Like Tonight” and “No Surprise” from platinum-selling Leave This Town and its blockbuster-selling and record-breaking self titled debut. 3 Doors Down has just released the quintet's first ever Greatest Hits package, and the band's set brings repertoire from their nine #1 chart-toppers to the stage, including "Kryptonite," "It's Not My Time," "When I'm Gone, "Here Without You" alongside others and new tracks "One Light" and "Goodbyes." The band's lead single from The Greatest Hits "One Light" has hit the Top 15 at Active Rock radio and continues to make strong moves at the format.