Fifth Harmony Tickets

Created during the 2nd season of USA’s X Factor, Fifth Harmony has been enjoying immense popularity in the industry. Although the modern-day, all-girl group fell short of first place, the lineup featuring Ally, Camila, Dinah, Lauren and Normani inked a deal with Epic Records. Since signing on the dotted line, the five-piece have proven their talent, rising as formidable force and bulldozing their way through the pop world.

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About Fifth Harmony

Their radio-friendly tracks “Miss Movin’ On,” “Sledgehammer” and “Bo$$” have taken the fans by storm and they hit jackpot with their debut record “Reflection”. Peaking at the fifth spot on the Billboard 200, the album sold more than 80,000 units in its first week. Their newest song “Worth It” featured Kid Ink and came out in early June, and after hitting Top 15 on Billboard, was certified Platinum. Fifth Harmony is currently on their first headlining North American tour. Kicking off on February 27, it will wrap up on September 16, final show taking place in Seattle. Fifth Harmony tickets are recording huge sales and several dates have been declared sold out.

Fifth Harmony – A Synth Pop Powerhouse

Following their stint at the X Factor, Fifth Harmony got named as the “Next Pop Superstar of 2013” by the magazine Popdust. They made the most of this recognition and covered songs by Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran and Mikky Ekko, uploading the tracks on YouTube. Besides getting hits from the fans, the pop crooners also got nods from the original singers. This was all the support they needed and in 2013 treated the fans to EP “Better Together”. It peaked at number 2 on the Billboard Pop Albums and featured hit tracks like Miss Movin' On and Me & My Girls. Rising as the pop powerhouse, they hit the road with “Harmonize America” tour, which included five performances in New York. They rocked big arenas like the Madison Square Garden and their electrifying shows earned them opening spots on Cher Lloyd’s tour “I Wish” and Demi Lovato’s “Neon Lights Tour”. It was the most amazing start that any newcomer could ask for and Fifth Harmony continued to evolve and get better with time.

2014 was a whirlwind year for the pop girls and they spent most of it on the road. Besides rocking it out with Lovato, they also took the stage with Austin Mahone on an extended summer trek. At the MTV Video Music Awards the five-piece clinched their first title, taking home “Artist To Watch” prize.

The Suga Mama Definitely Knows How to Roll

Fifth Harmony treated the fans to their first record in 2015 titled, “Reflection”. A gutsy brand of heavy groove and dance pop, the album made it to 5th position on the Billboard charts and featured dynamic vocal performances by the members. Working with some of the top producers like Dr. Luke, Stargate and Rock City, these mentors have been able to bring the best out of Ally, Camila, Dinah, Lauren and Normani. Through an eclectic song collection, the listeners have been treated to a fusion of breathtaking harmonies laced with hip-hop, electro-pop and edgy R&B.

Diving into EDM territory, “Reflection” shows off Fifth Harmony’s sharpened versatility and horn-soaked, sultry style. Songs Everlasting Love, This Is How We Roll and Worth It are loved the most by the fans.

X Factor Experience

Just like One Direction, Fifth Harmony members also auditioned individually on the X Factor and were put together by Simon Cowell. A music genius, he was spot on about their chemistry and they went on to become from strangers to close collaborators overnight. Their friendship blossomed and after seeing some tough times together, their relation strengthened even more. Their undeniable chemistry thrived during the course of the reality show and only got stronger with time. Even in live shows they perform in harmony, setting the stage ablaze with their chemistry and energy. As they gear up for their forthcoming concerts, make sure you are also ready with your tickets. The five pop divas will show you a great time.


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