Canadian rock band released a new studio LP titled Rally Cry in October, 2018. Now they are gearing up to hit the road in 2019 with indie rock band Lord Huron as the support act. The Canadian tour will have the rockers perform in cities including Montreal, Calgary, Saskatoon and Toronto among others. Arkells tickets for the much anticipated outing have been made available and are expected to sell out fast. If you want to attend their live show, check out the itinerary and make your bookings at the earliest.
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The music band Arkells is named after the Arkell Street located in Hamilton near the McMaster University. It was here that the band members practiced their music. They all attended McMaster. The lead singer of the band Max Kerman graduated from there, with honors in bachelors in political science. He met guitarist Mike DeAngelis at a McMaster event which is where they realized that both had a similar taste in music.
The debut record by Arkells was titled Jackson Square and it was released via Dine Alone Records in October of 2008. The same year the band toured Canada as a support act for Matt Mays & El Torpedo. Later in the year, they performed the Vanier Cup’s halftime show in their hometown. In early 2009, Arkells toured Canada with Waking Eyes. In October the same year, the band won the CASBY Award for Favorite New Artist. In April of 2010, the band bagged a Juno Award in the category of New Group of the Year.
In the year 2011, Arkells recorded their second studio record titled Michigan Left. The album arrived in stores in October of the same year. It was preceded by the single Whistleblower which was released to iTunes in July, 2011. The song has been used as the Intro Music for the Calgary Hitmen hockey team for the 2011-2012 season and also featured on the EA Sports’ NHL 13 video game. The second single off the album Kiss Cam was also dropped the same month. 2011 was also the year Dan Griffin left the band and Anthony Carone stepped into his shoes. The following year Arkells was presented with the Juno Award in the Group of the Year category.
In April, 2014, Arkells dropped the first song Never Thought That This Would Happen from their third full-length studio record High Noon. The album was produced by Tony Hoffer and was released on Dine Alone Records/Universal Records. It sold more than 5000 copies in its opening week and debuted at the third spot on the Canadian Albums chart. It is Arkells’ highest position on the chart in their history. By September of 2015, High Noon has sold more than 40,000 copies and achieved Gold certification.
At the Juno Awards 2015, Arkells won in two categories – Rock Album of the Year and Group of the Year. Besides, the album High Noon was long listed for the prestigious Polaris Prize.
The band's next music album Morning Report was released in August, 2016. Its first single Private School became a number one hit. Its video features appearances by Steve Jocz, Dave Monks of Tokyo Police Club and Lights. At the 2017 Juno Awards, Arkells was nominated in the categories of Rock Album of the Year as well as Group of the Year.
In April of 2017, Arkells released the single Knocking at the Door which shot to the top spot on the Canadian alt/rock charts and stayed there for a consistent fourteen weeks. The band performed the song live at the NHL Awards in Las Vegas and then at the iHeartRadio MMVAs in Toronto in 2017.
In 2018, Arkells performed at the Tim Hortons Field in Hamilton before an audience of 24,000. It was the biggest crowd for an outdoor performance in Hamilton since Pink Floyd performed to a crowd of 50,000 at the Ivor Wynne Stadium in 1975.
Arkells treated the fans with to fifth studio record titled Rally Cry on October 19, 2018. They have also announced a promotional tour for the album and it will feature Lord Huron as the opening act. The itinerary includes what will be the band’s largest stadium concert at the Toronto’s Scotiabank Arena. If you are interested in attending one of their upcoming live shows, go through the tour dates and purchase Arkells tickets for the concert in your city. Make sure you don’t miss this chance.
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Currently the average price for Arkells tickets is $62. The date and location for this event is 16-Nov-19 at Leon's Centre, Kingston. The minimum get-in price for Arkells tickets is $42.
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