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Tue23 Apr07:00:PM House Of Blues - Houston,Houston,TXShovels and Rope & Frank Turner
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Thu25 Apr09:00:PM The Civic Theatre,New Orleans,LAShovels and Rope & Frank Turner
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Fri26 Apr06:30:PM Avondale Brewery,Birmingham,birminghamShovels and Rope & Frank Turner
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Sun28 Apr07:00:PM Gillioz Theatre,Springfield,NJShovels and Rope & Frank Turner
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Wed01 May07:00:PM Cains Ballroom,Tulsa,OKShovels and Rope & Frank Turner
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Sat04 May07:00:PM Hoyt Sherman Auditorium,Des Moines,IAShovels and Rope, Frank Turner & Trapper Schoepp
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Sun05 May07:30:PM The Sylvee - WI,Madison,WIFrank Turner
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Thu09 May07:00:PM Agora Theatre,Cleveland,OHFrank Turner & Shovels and Rope
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Sat11 May07:30:PM Paramount Theatre - Huntington,Huntington,WVFrank Turner
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Sun12 May04:30:PM Stone Pony Summer Stage,Asbury Park,NJFrank Turner
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Thu16 May06:30:PM House Of Blues - Boston,Boston,MAFrank Turner
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Frank Turner is a folk oriented hardcore punk and alternative rock singer and songwriter. He became an active part of the post progressive music movement that started in the late nineties. He performs live and records in studio with his band called the Sleeping Souls with members Ben Lloyd, Tarrant Anderson, Matt Nasir and Nigel Powell. Turner is the winner of Kerrang Awards 2010 in the category of No Half Measures and two AIM Awards 2011 in the categories of Best Live Act and Hardest Working Artist

About Frank Turner

 
In 2005, once the Million Dead band came to end Turner shifted his interests and music play from pure hardcore punk to folkier more acoustic sounding music. He found and innate bonding with country, folk, acoustic guitars and vocals that guided him to create his newly discovered music self. He brought his music to the forefront once he became a one man act. Today he plays his folk music with roots in hardcore punk and alternative rock. He has been a very successful artist as his music and sound encompasses the best of all the genres he has been associated with. No wonder he has a wide fan base that enjoys everything from acoustic, punk, folk and alternative rock.
 
Turner started his career by lending his fine guitar playing skills and deep vocals to numerous underground punk outfits of the time. Frank Turner introduced himself formally to the world of punk and rock, with band Kneejerk. This association was short lived when the act disbanded in 2000. His next association was with Million Dead another hardcore punk outfit where he explored and played for the genre in various dimensions. For four years Turner and Million Dead worked together to bring forth two great efforts. His association as the vocalist of this band was the turning point in his when the band won critical acclaim for both its albums.
 
 Xtra Mile Recordings was Turner’s first label that got him to work on his first solo project. The EP titled Campfire Punkrock was released in 2006. The EP became the onset of fame and recognition for Turner. It was automatically followed by the release of his debut album Sleep Is For The Week. In 2007 the preliminary EP and the debt releases both were critically acclaimed pieced and were very well-received by live audiences. A nomination at the Xfm New Music Award was also big win for Frank Turner as it marked his work as a great contribution to the genre. While working on his next album, Turner indulged in free play and gigs extensively and also toured frequently. The next EP The Real Damage in 2007 alongside the first DVD All About The Destination established him further as a mainstream folk fusion act.
 
Love Ire And Song (2008) was the artist’s sophomore release that came to stands while he was touring and paying at local venues like the Lock Up Stage at Reading and Leeds. Long Live The Queen from the album became a great hit; it called for the artist largest UK headline tour that ended at a grand sold out finale at the London’s Scala. Another single Reasons Not To Be An Idiot earned more appreciation especially when Frank Turner was featured at the Sara Cox’s Live Lounge session, George Lamb’s Hub Session and climbing all the way to become iTunes Single Of The Week. The follow-up album Poetry Of The Deed (2009) was taken up by the US based label Epitaph. Turner’s music was like a divine revelation. This more rock inclined work won considerable critical acclaim across the world, hitting op UK charts. The feature single The Road took the entire USA and the European continent by storm. From them on to the release of England Keep My Bones in 2011, Turner was on tours across US and UK. Playing live to sold-out headline tours he became a triumphant folk punk player of music of the decade. In 2010 his world tour took him all the way from US and UK to Australia, New Zealand and then China.
 
Frank Turner is a bright star who is destined to become an iconic presence in the world of folk and rock music. He has won a large following attributed to his wonderful music and live performances. Turner’s best sounding acts have predominantly been live concert tours that he has performed in the past five years. Frank Turner tickets bring another such concert for all of his fans. Cheap Frank Turner tickets offer a great bargain for everyone seeking a deal. Book your deals ASAP!

Frank Turner Tickets PRICES

As of 18/04/2019 the average Frank Turner tickets will cost you between $125 and $189, if you are looking for the cheapest seats then catch the event being held at the Paramount Theatre - Huntington, Huntington on 11/05/2019. The average ticket will cost you the highest on 09/05/2019 at the Agora Theatre, Cleveland.
Minimum get in price is for Frank Turner tickets is $41 for the event being held at the Cains Ballroom, Tulsa on 01/05/2019 , there are some venues that have a much higher get in price, for instance the cheapest seats at the Gillioz Theatre, Springfield on 28/04/2019 will set you back $55.

Name City Date Average Ticket Price Get In Price (Minimum Price)
Shovels and Rope & Frank TurnerHouston23-Apr-19$133$47
Shovels and Rope & Frank TurnerNew Orleans25-Apr-19$184$45
Shovels and Rope & Frank TurnerBirmingham26-Apr-19$171$48
Shovels and Rope & Frank TurnerSpringfield28-Apr-19$165$55
Shovels and Rope & Frank TurnerTulsa1-May-19$148$41
Shovels and Rope, Frank Turner & Trapper SchoeppDes Moines4-May-19$160$50
Frank TurnerMadison5-May-19$130$45
Frank Turner & Shovels and RopeCleveland9-May-19$189$50
Frank TurnerHuntington11-May-19$125$49
Frank TurnerAsbury Park12-May-19$156$44