Lost 80s Live Tickets
A newspaper headline once aptly summed up the ‘80s – “The 1980s: the golden decade when everything was bigger, brasher and more extreme.” The headline certainly holds true for music of the decade. After all, it was the ‘80s when synthesizers were widely used, wildly magnifying pop music. In addition to pop, music lovers were also treated with electronic, rock, synthpop and new wave music, a wave spearheaded by bands like Nu Shooz, A Flock of Seagulls, Men Without Hats and countless others. And while the decade is long gone, these bands are still around and will soon be performing again as part of the latest episode of Lost 80s Live! If you want to relive the bygone days, simply get your Lost 80s Live tickets today.
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Lost 80s Live! is a series of multiple shows performed all over the US, where the lineup remains the same. Lost 80s Live! will kick off from Detroit on July 28 and end in Greensboro on September 30.
A Glorious Past, A Brighter Future
Lost 80s Live! started fourteen years ago by Rob Juarez of the Boss Booking Agency. Since then, it has annually showcased the works of hundreds of artists and bands from the decade all over the US. In 2008, Lost 80s Live! went international and was held in the Philippines.
Some of the artists and bands that have performed for Lost 80s Live! are Bow Wow Wow, When in Rome UK, Missing Persons, Naked Eyes, The English Beat, Berlin, Cutting Crew, Wang Chung, The Escape Club and countless others. Some of these will once again be at Lost 80s Live! 2018.
Expected Highlights: The 2018 Lineup
Get your Lost 80s Live tickets now and get ready to party with big names of yesteryears such as Men Without Hats, The Romantics, Boy’s Don’t Cry, Book of Love, Trans-X, Gene Loves Jezebel, A Flock of Seagulls, Nu Shooz, The Motels and countless others. The bands may have faded in time but their sounds are still fresh in your mind. Here’s a little refresher on some of these:
Men Without Hats – Men without Hats are back! Its true. After their long 1990s and 2000s hiatus, the new wave/synthpop band from Montreal has returned to recording music. And they didn’t come alone – Love in the Age of War, the band’s latest studio album was released in 2012. Comprising Doroschuk brothers, Men Without Hats shot to fame with their mega-hits “The Safety Dance” and “Pop Goes the World.” Ivan Doroschuk, the band’s lead singer’s baritone voice instantly became their signature sound. In addition to Doroschuk’s voice, what made them unique was their ingenious use of synthesizers and electronic processing. To listen to the live rendition of “The Safety Dance” be at Lost 80s Live!
The Romantics– The Romantics thrived on their high energy live performances and red leather to black vinyl suits in their music videos. Formed in 1977 in Detroit, The Romantics though a new wave, power pop band, nonetheless were highly influenced by Motown R&B, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bob Seger and The Stooges. They shot to fame with mega hit numbers such as “Talking in Your Sleep” and “What I Like About You”. The band’s last studio album came in 2003 and with no plans of releasing an album soon, you need to be at this year’s Lost 80s Live! to listen to their freshest music.
Book of Love– Formed in 1983 in Philly, Book of Love came to prominence when they opened for Depeche Mode in 1985 and then in 1986. Their music is described as synthpop with lyrical content heavy on gender roles and sexual orientation. The band became famous at the time when AIDS epidemic had hit the country and their single “Pretty Boys and Pretty Girls” was on the same subject. It also became their only Hot 100 entry. Their last album to date, Lovebubble came out in 1993 and it is rumored that the band is currently working on new material. To be the first to listen to it, you need to get your tickets today.
Nu Shooz– The husband and wife,R&B/freestyle band from Portland became famous in 1986 with the release of their third album Poolside. It was certified Gold by the RIAA. It spawned three chart-bursting singles, “Don’t Let Me Be the One”, “Point of No Return” and “I Can’t Wait”. Nu Shooz’s latest album Bagtownwas released in 2016 and they will be playing from it at the 2018 Lost 80s Live!
If you’ve fallen in love with their music then, you’d fall in love with it all over again this time too. So, do not wait and get your tickets today.
Lost 80s Live Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Lost 80s Live tickets is $55. The date and location for this event is 30-Sep-18 at White Oak Amphitheatre - Greensboro Coliseum, Greensboro. The minimum get-in price for Lost 80s Live tickets is $19.
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|Lost 80's Live||Greensboro||30-Sep-18||$55||$19|
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