Arcade Fire Chicago Tickets
Arcade Fire’s debut album ‘Funeral’ helped the band gained prominence in 2004. The album has won miscellaneous awards including Grammy for ‘Album of the Year’ in 2011. The award aided the band in establishing a unique identity. Arcade Fire was the only musical group to win the only Grammy in that category. For their third studio album they were awarded with Brit Award for ‘Best International Album’ and Juno Award for ‘Album of the Year’ in 2011. For all three of their studio albums they were nominated for the ‘Best Alternative Music Album Grammy’. The fourth album of the band was Reflektor that scored the feature film Her. United Centre is the host to the performance of Arcade Centre this time. Get hold of your Arcade Fire Chicago tickets and let the show begin.
This Montreal collective, Arcade Fire successfully built a fan base with their unique sound in 2000s. Rock heroes like David Bowie and David Byrne were occasional members. The band’s blend of sound include: pounding percussion, blaring brass, mixture of slashed strings and Win Butler’s spooked croon. This smart and dramatic blend of music helped to prove that at times bigger is better. With the group’s world class albums 2004’s Funeral and 2007’s Neon Bible the band proved itself.
Leading the band is a married couple: Win Butler and Regine Chassagne who met back in 2003. It was then that they decided to make music together. With other music artists falling into place, Arcade Fire was born. Besides the couple, current members include Tim Kingsbury (guitar), Richard Parry (bass), Jeremy Gara (drums), William Butler (keyboard), who helped built that unique flavor.
Band’s first debut, Funeral (2005) had the influence of the grief that was experienced by the band members for the loss of loved ones during its making. The most popular track of the band is a pumped up anthem, Wake Up that states about the visit of the grim reaper. This track has been played at miscellaneous sports events in the UK and opened several dates on U2’s tour in 2005.
Arcade Fire was nominated for Los Angeles Film Critics Association Award for ‘Best Music Score’. Currently the band has been nominated for a ‘Satellite Award for Best Original Score’ for the feature film Her. Experience the intense music of the band by getting Arcade Fire Chicago tickets and be a part of the astounding performance.