Arctic Monkeys First Avenue Tickets
The Arctic Monkeys are going on tour in January 2014 and are expected to perform at several cities including New York, Charlotte, Boston, Detroit and Minneapolis. The band’s concert in Minneapolis will be held at the First Avenue and the Arctic Monkeys First Avenue tickets are selling off fast due to the extreme popularity of the band. The Arctic Monkeys are a popular Indie Rock band hailing from England and have taken the music industry by storm with the amazing songs that they have released in their five albums. These days the band is on an European tour and is treating its European fans with its fantastic sound.
There is good news for all the fans of the Arctic Monkeys as the band has announced the tour dates for its upcoming tour starting the January of 2014. One of the stops that the band will make during its tour will be Minneapolis where it will perform at the First Avenue, much to the delight of all the residents of the city. All Arctic Monkey fans are eager to get their hands on Arctic Monkeys First Avenue tickets so that they get to enjoy the show.
The Arctic Monkeys was formed in 2002 in Sheffield, England and since then have taken the fast track to success. The band actually started off as a fun project between the pair Alex Turner and Jamie Cook after they were presented with guitars for Christmas. They soon began to perform for their friends and in school functions and realized that they truly held a passion for music. That is when they decided that they wanted to take their hobby seriously and try to find out where it goes. After Andy Nicholson and Matt Helders joined the other two, the Arctic Monkeys were officially created and they started playing in small gigs and concerts. The band members started their own marketing by handing out their CD demos to their fans, who shared the band’s songs on the internet. These songs soon went viral, thus creating a sizeable fan following for the Arctic Monkeys. The band was now on the way to success and there was no way to stop it from making it big in the music industry.