Fun Tegan And Sara Tickets

Two of the most prevalent indie pop bands, Fun and Tegan and Sara have announced to co-headline a tour called the Most Nights Summer Tour. It will make its way to numerous states throughout America and Canada. Performing in Ontario, Ohio, Michigan, Maryland, Utah, Nevada, Texas, Alabama, California, Arizona, North Columbia and the city of New York, this festivity shouldn’t be missed out on. Fun Tegan and Sara tickets for the New York concert scheduled to be held at the Hudson River Park are now up for sale. Be sure to purchase your set of tickets today as they are running out quickly.

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Initiating on the 6th of July, the tour will continue to rock stages for three months, showcasing its last show on September 26th. This tour has been organized to support Fun’s sophomore debut release Some Nights which features blockbuster hits such as “Some Nights”, “We Are Young” and “Carry On”, that were able to win the band four Grammys in the same year.  The group won Grammys for Record of the Year, Song of the Year, Best New Artist and Album of the Year. Fun made Grammy history with these award wins, as this feat has never been achieved by a band, group or artist before.

The members will be co-performing with the Grammy nominated sister duo, Tegan and Sara, who will perform songs from their seventh studio release, Heartthrob. Debuting on the third place of the Billboard 200 Chart and selling a massive amount of fifty thousand records in the first week alone, the duo will be performing hits such as “Closer”, “Goodbye, Goodbye” and “I was a Fool”. With a star-studded lineup, the Fun Tegan and Sara concert will rock you. The bands have also announced that a percentage of all their tickets sales will be donated to The Ally Coalition. This foundation is a benefit partnership created by designer Rachel Antonoff and the pop-group Fun, to protect LGBTQ equality and gain support from the fashion, entertainment and music community. So avail the opportunity now and purchase your set of cheap Fun Tegan and Sara tickets as soon as you can, as they have been made available for audiences at the most affordable rates.

Previously, Fun has embarked on four U.S. Tours. These include the Aim & Ignite Tour to support their debut album release in 2009. They were then showcased as a supporting band on Panic Vices and Virtue’s C’mon Tour in 2011. A year later, Fun became a part of the Campus Consciousness Program in 2012 participating as a supporting band. Fun’s debut headlining tour was in 2013, named Out In Your Town. The current tour is Fun’s second headlining tour that is being held in support of the group’s second studio album release. The album from which songs will be performed has received platinum certifications throughout United States, Australia, Ireland, New Zealand and United Kingdom. The album has been able to smash digital sales records by selling over seventy five thousand copies in the first week alone. To date “Some Nights” has sold a whopping amount of one million copies with an astounding amount of three million sales for their hit single “We Are Young”.
Publications such as Sputnikmusic, Now, Rolling Stone and Allmusic have given the album a four out of five rating, while AbsolutePunk has awarded the album a ninety out of hundred, normalized score.

Rolling Stone Magazine placed the album on the 43rd spot in their list of “Best 50 Albums of 2012”. Their album has been credited for presenting a mesh between pop and rock sounds with a mix of New York vibe and city swagger to each track. This gives the album its own style. The lead singer, Nate Ruess’ vocals has been appreciated by Thelmproper as being reminiscent of the singing styles of David Bowie, Anthony Newley and Freddie Mercury. The Fun Tegan and Sara showcase presents audiences with the chance to witness two of the best indie pop bands in one great concert. Prepare to sing along to the songs that have made history in the music scene and buy your Fun Tegan and Sara tickets today.

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