Frank Turner Tickets
Frank Turner is among the most famous names in music today. He is a punk/folk loving guy who has seen his star on the rise for the best part of the last one decade. He is talked about and unorthodox. He is not afraid of what people might think of him and says whatever he feels is right. This wonderful talent is now on tour so this is your chance to buy Frank Turner tickets to watch him perform live once again.
Frank Turner Venues
- Jason Isbell & Frank Turner Ovens Auditorium
- Jason Isbell & Frank Turner Raising Cane's River Center Theatre
- Jason Isbell & Frank Turner Saenger Theatre - AL
- Jason Isbell & Frank Turner The Bomb Factory
Frank Turner Tickets
- Wed Sep 27 2017Wed Sep 27 2017
- Buy Jason Isbell & Frank Turner, Saenger Theatre - AL Tickets for 09/27 08:00 PM Jason Isbell & Frank Turner, Saenger Theatre - AL tickets for 09/27 08:00 PM at Saenger Theatre AL, Mobile, AL
- Wed Sep 27 2017
- Fri Sep 29 2017Fri Sep 29 2017
- Buy Jason Isbell & Frank Turner, Ovens Auditorium Tickets for 09/29 08:00 PM Jason Isbell & Frank Turner, Ovens Auditorium tickets for 09/29 08:00 PM at Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC
- Fri Sep 29 2017
- Sat Sep 30 2017Sat Sep 30 2017
- Buy Jason Isbell & Frank Turner, Ovens Auditorium Tickets for 09/30 08:00 PM Jason Isbell & Frank Turner, Ovens Auditorium tickets for 09/30 08:00 PM at Ovens Auditorium, Charlotte, NC
- Sat Sep 30 2017
- Fri Jan 05 2018Fri Jan 05 2018
- Buy Jason Isbell & Frank Turner, The Bomb Factory Tickets for 01/05 08:00 PM Jason Isbell & Frank Turner, The Bomb Factory tickets for 01/05 08:00 PM at The Bomb Factory, Dallas, TX
- Fri Jan 05 2018
Frank Turner comes from England and studied at the famous Eton College with none other than "Prince William." Turner got hooked to music when he bought "Iron Maiden’s" album titled "Killers." His association with music in earnest began when he joined school. That is when he began to play in "Kneejerk." The band came out with three recordings and also performed small gigs in various parts of the United Kingdom. The group however didn’t stay on the music scene long and disbanded shortly afterwards.
Frank Turner then went on to join "Million Dead," the group that was as hardcore punk as it got. That was in the year 2001. The band hit the road next year and performed at various music events around the country. That provided them some headlines which in turn landed Million Dead a recording contract. "Smiling at Strangers" was the band’s first ever track which came out not too long afterwards.
Million Dead proceeded to then release two albums titled "A Song to ruin" and "Harmony No Harmony" in 2003 and 2005 respectively. Both albums got a lot of positive feedback from critics. That success however was short lived as major difference between group members paved the way for Million Dead to stop performing and recording altogether in 2005.
Turner didn’t let that disappoint him and decided to embark on a solo journey into the world of folk/punk. He released a split EP on which "Reuben" had collaborated on. His first full solo EP was titled "Campfire Punkrock" and it was released in the year 2006. Frank Turner then went on to perform various concerts.
It was however in the year 2007 that he released his first studio album. It was titled "Sleep is for the Week" and it received quite a lot of applause from critics. "Allmusic" gave it three stars out of five. "Rockmidgets.com," "Punknews.org" and "Rocklouder" all went a step further to give it four stars. Turner then went on a huge tour and also released an EP titled "The Real Damage" in 2007.
His next album was titled "Love Ire & Song" which hit the music stores in 2008. The album just just like its predecessor received a lot of rave reviews from critics everywhere. "Punknews.org" and "Stereokill" both gave it four and a half stars out of five. "Poetry of the Deed" was released in the year 2009 and made it a hattrick of critically successful albums. It received four stars from both "Allmusic" and "Stereokill." "NME" rated it at eight out of ten.
The follow-up to "Poetry of the Deed" was titled "England Keep My Bones" which was released in 2011. "Allmusic" and "Blare Magazine" gave it four out of five. NME rated it at eight out of ten. Turner’s latest release "Tape Deck Heart’ didn’t break the trend either. It received three and a half stars from "Allmusic" and four from "The Guardian." "NME" and "PopMatters" both gave the album eight marks out of ten.
Frank Turner has established a reputation of being a magnificent artist. He has proved his mettle to now become one of the most famous names in music. He is once again all set to embark on another extensive tour so book your Frank Turner tickets and watch this wonderful artist live up close and personal.
Frank Turner Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Frank Turner's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Mobile at the Saenger Theatre - AL on 27-Sep-17, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Baton Rouge at the Raising Cane's River Center Theatre on 6-Jan-18. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Jason Isbell & Frank Turner||Saenger Theatre - AL||Mobile, AL||Wed Sep 27 201709/27 08:00 PM|
|Jason Isbell & Frank Turner||Ovens Auditorium||Charlotte, NC||Fri Sep 29 201709/29 08:00 PM|
|Jason Isbell & Frank Turner||Ovens Auditorium||Charlotte, NC||Sat Sep 30 201709/30 08:00 PM|
|Jason Isbell & Frank Turner||The Bomb Factory||Dallas, TX||Fri Jan 05 201801/05 08:00 PM|
|Jason Isbell & Frank Turner||Raising Cane's River Center Theatre||Baton Rouge, LA||Sat Jan 06 201801/06 08:00 PM|
Frank Turner Tickets Prices
The average price for Frank Turner Tickets start from $98. The minimum get in price is $49 for Frank Turner Tickets at the Raising Cane's River Center Theatre, Baton Rouge. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Jason Isbell & Frank Turner||Mobile||27-Sep-17||$98||$53|
|Jason Isbell & Frank Turner||Charlotte||29-Sep-17||$102||$55|
|Jason Isbell & Frank Turner||Charlotte||30-Sep-17||$109||$55|
|Jason Isbell & Frank Turner||Dallas||5-Jan-18||$136||$68|
|Jason Isbell & Frank Turner||Baton Rouge||6-Jan-18||$105||$49|
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