Want to hear music that pulls you to your feet, urging you to dance the night away? Then ATB tickets are what you need. ATB will be holding concerts in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles and Chicago for all his enthusiastic fans. So grab your tickets soon and be part of the energetic crowd that is sure to grace ATB’s concerts.
ATB is the alias of André Tanneberger who is a Germany based musician and DJ. Besides holding his own shows, ATB is also a producer for trance music and does a commendable job at whatever project he has undertaken. According to the world official DJ rankings that take account of all the professional DJs in the world, along with their work, ATB ranked among the top fifteen in the world from 2009 to 2011. Moreover, the "DJ List" another important and reliable source for DJ listings and rankings gave ATB the eleventh spot out of the many DJs that they analyzed. ATB’s massive success came after he released his single "9PM (Till I Come)", which he released in 1998.
The DJ’s interest in music and trance genre developed in the 1980s when he frequently visited different clubs in his local area to listen to good music. One of his favorite places was Tarm Center in Bochum where he went the most as he was fascinated by the DJ Thomas Kukula and the easy way he flowed with music while on stage. He often sat at the club and observed the DJ and took in his music, all the while also dreaming of standing at the DJ box one day as well. In 1992, he finally set in motion to fulfill his dreams and got hold of a small synthesizer and Amiga computer and sat down to compose music. He has intense passion for music and composition and wanted to succeed in the task he had given himself, which is why Thomas Kukula decided to give him a chance. Thomas Kukula admired the determination that ATB had and wanted to help his protégée out by offering him his own studio space to record some songs. ATB’s confidence soared after getting guidance and support from his idol and he became more firm in his resolve to carve a niche for himself in the music industry.
Sequential One’ was the first professional project that ATB was linked with. It was a dance music group in which ATB played a part to create funky, peppy numbers. After an album was released by Sequential One of their music, ATB had some cash rolling in to make him financially stable. He was now doing well enough in terms of money to open a small studio for himself so that he could concentrate on his music. As the years moved on, Sequential One became more famous and was joined by more artists, making its music more diverse and creative. However, soon the music group collapsed and all the artists went their own separate ways. This is when ATB decided that he should try his luck at going solo.
After going solo, ATB took on his stage name and since then he has achieved a lot of success in his ventures. His music is creative and bright, with a lot of energy. There is no way that a listener gives a listen to ATB’s music and his mood does not brighten up. The artist has the power to control what the listeners feel and he makes sure that they enjoy his music to the fullest. Critics have said that listening to ATB live in concert is a whole new experience with wild energy pulsating through all his performances.
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Atb Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Atb tickets is $238. The date and location for this event is 16-Feb-18 at Knight Theatre at Levine Center for the Arts, Charlotte. The minimum get-in price for Atb tickets is $172.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Charlotte Symphony Orchestra: Christopher James Lees - Project Trio's Beatbox||Charlotte||16-Feb-18||$238||$172|
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