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Sun03 May 202008:00:PM Plaza Theatre - FL,Orlando,FLApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Mon04 May 202007:00:PM Heaven Stage at Masquerade - GA,Atlanta,GAApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Wed06 May 202008:00:PM Emo's East,Austin,TXApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Thu07 May 202007:00:PM House Of Blues - Houston,Houston,TXApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Sat09 May 202008:00:PM Sunshine Theatre,Albuquerque,NMApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Sun10 May 202008:00:PM The Van Buren,Phoenix,AZApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Mon11 May 202007:00:PM Mayan Theatre - CA,Los Angeles,CAApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Tue12 May 202008:00:PM The Regency Ballroom,San Francisco,CAApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Wed13 May 202008:00:PM McMenamins Crystal Ballroom,Portland,ORApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Thu14 May 202008:00:PM The Showbox,Seattle,WAApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Fri15 May 202008:00:PM Queen Elizabeth Theatre - Vancouver,Vancouver,BCApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Sun17 May 202007:00:PM Midway - Edmonton,Edmonton,ABApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Mon18 May 202008:00:PM Palace Theatre - Calgary,Calgary,ABApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Wed20 May 202008:00:PM First Avenue,Minneapolis,MNApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Thu21 May 202008:00:PM House Of Blues - Chicago,Chicago,ILApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Fri22 May 202007:00:PM The Opera House - Toronto,Toronto,ONApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Sat23 May 202008:00:PM MTelus,Montreal,QCApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Sun24 May 202008:00:PM Webster Theater,Hartford,CTApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Mon25 May 202007:00:PM Webster Hall,New York,NYApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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Tue26 May 202008:00:PM Big Night Live,Boston,MAApocalyptica & Lacuna Coil
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In the globally cooperative setting of today’s entertainment industry, art-forms are finding new avenues. It is no longer uncommon for breathtaking musical symphonies to originate from the unlikeliest of places. That Helsinki produces a rock act inspired by Metallica’s hardcore metal is not a surprise; yet the fact that this same band produces its grinding metal anthems on cellos is a testament to the ever-adapting quality of music. Apocalyptica, simply put, brings something new & outstandingly gritty to the table. The Finnish cello metal act has a startlingly refreshing lineup of three classically trained cellists (Eicca Toppinen, Paavo Lotjonen & Perttu Kivilaakso) & a drummer (Mikko Siren) who also plays double bass. The music ranges from the divine melodic classical & neo-classical metal to the mayhem of thrash & symphonic metal. It is an awe-inspiring combination, & the music is just as explosive & unpredictable. Britain will be waiting feverishly for the flight into ecstasy guaranteed by Apocalyptica tickets when the serial rockers strut into town this November.

About Apocalyptica

Finland’s biggest, & one of Europe’s grandest music universities, the Sibelius Academy, was the site of formation of Apocalyptica. Four modest budding cellists got together to form Apocalyptica in 1993, spurred on by their common adoration of Metallica to play their covers. Eicca Toppinen, unable to find an apartment in Helsinki, started jamming with Paavo Lotjonen, who belonged to an illustrious musical family, & fellow students Antero Manninen & Max Lilja while at the Academy. Toppinen was the founding member of the Academy’s Cellosextet, & he performed with the band members at the city’s Teatro Heavy Metal Club. A week later, Zen Garden Records’ Kari Hynninen contacted the quartet, eager to work on an album. Apocalyptica released Plays Metallica by Four Cellos in 1996 as their debut studio album. The effort got tongues wagging as many warmed to the band’s novel style.

While being further featured on a Waltari album, Apocalyptica returned two years later with Inquisition Symphony, expanding their repertoire to include covers of various other metal acts. It was a superlative performance to catch attention on the global stage, & Apocalyptica had stamped some individuality on the album’s content with three original songs by Toppinen. Manninen left amicably (& has since returned to help with the music often), replaced by Kivilaakso, who had appeared with Apocalyptica in 1995. The change of personnel did not stem the momentum, as the act ran riot with 2000’s surreal Cult. Again, more adventurism with distortion characterized Apocalyptica’s musical direction prior to Lilja’s departure, before Reflections caused a complete overhaul of musical arrangement.

Sami Kuoppamaki & Slayer’s Dave Lombardo shared drumming duties in the band’s new sound, & Lombardo’s unavailability on tour prompted the recruitment of Mikko Siren, a move made permanent in 2005. Prior to that, the eponymous fifth album did well with much artistic collaboration. With Worlds Collide quite literally ushering in a new linguistic direction with more English songs, Apocalyptica has targeted a more global audience. 7th Symphony looks to have carried on the formidable momentum with its June 2010 release.

Plays Metallica by Four Cellos featured eight Metallica covers, including "Enter Sandman". Although the record was not original, it won plaudits for the novel arrangements. The cellists were on song in Inquisition Symphony, opening up to global audiences with the eternal "Nothing Else Matters" cover. With the dire need to bring an individualistic approach, Toppinen took over songwriting duties. Lyrics were sung by Matthias Sayer & Sandra Nasic in "Path Vol.2", their first song with lyrics, in Cult. The group’s fifth eponymous album featured songs by Kivilaakso in addition to Toppinen’s contributions on hits like "Bittersweet". Worlds Collide (peak #7 on Billboard Top Rock Albums) featured Adam Gontier of Three Days Grace on the #1 rock hit "I Don’t Care" & Slipknot’s Corey Taylor on the Finnish #15 hit "I’m Not Jesus".

Live concerts featuring Apocalyptica make for a supremely majestic experience. The clamor for cheap Apocalyptica tickets is wholly justified seeing their breathtaking musical mastery. The fluidity of the trio’s distorted cello riffs, augmented by Siren’s pulsating drumming, make for an experience parallel with the greatest traditional rock concerts. The band has played approximately 850-1000 concerts during their career in about 50 countries, including a 2008 world tour. Porto, Lisbon & Madrid await next. Labels with global appeal like Sony & Mercury are responsible for their worldwide fame. The rising demand for Apocalyptica tickets indicates that the efforts bear fruit, as fans welcome the amazing innovation with open arms.

Apocalyptica Tickets PRICES

As of 28/03/2020 the average Apocalyptica tickets will cost you between $72 and $179, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Mayan Theatre - CA, Los Angeles on 11/05/2020. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 03/05/2020 at the Plaza Theatre - FL, Orlando.
Minimum get in price is for Apocalyptica tickets is $38 for the event being held at the Mayan Theatre - CA, Los Angeles on 11/05/2020 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Emo's East, Austin on 06/05/2020 will set you back $57.

Event City Venue Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price (Minimum Price)
Apocalyptica & Lacuna CoilOrlandoPlaza Theatre - FL3-May-20$179$54
Apocalyptica & Lacuna CoilAtlantaHeaven Stage at Masquerade - GA4-May-20$82$46
Apocalyptica & Lacuna CoilAustinEmo's East6-May-20$126$57
Apocalyptica & Lacuna CoilHoustonHouse Of Blues - Houston7-May-20$92$46
Apocalyptica & Lacuna CoilAlbuquerqueSunshine Theatre9-May-20$125$53
Apocalyptica & Lacuna CoilPhoenixThe Van Buren10-May-20$107$47
Apocalyptica & Lacuna CoilLos AngelesMayan Theatre - CA11-May-20$72$38
Apocalyptica & Lacuna CoilSan FranciscoThe Regency Ballroom12-May-20$134$48
Apocalyptica & Lacuna CoilPortlandMcMenamins Crystal Ballroom13-May-20$109$50
Apocalyptica & Lacuna CoilSeattleThe Showbox14-May-20$85$50

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