Moody Blues Atlanta Tickets
Birmingham-based rock band, Moody Blues is returning to the US for yet another tour in support of their compilation release Timeless Flight. The artists will be playing some famous venues of the country including Ryman Auditorium, the Oakland Theatre, Hard Rock Live and Atlanta’s Fox Theatre, among others. They will also be making an appearance at the Ravinia Festival in Highland Park. The Fox Theatre is reputed to host a variety of artistic and cultural events alongside shows by nationally touring Broadway companies. The venue also hosts live performances by high profile artists like Yanni and Robbin Thicke, and is now offering a Moody Blues show. Moody Blues Atlanta tickets brings a rare must-watch performance, so don’t miss.
English rock band Moody Blues are touring across the US as part of which they will be performing at Atlanta’s Fox theatre. They are known for their innovative approach and bold experimental sound strategies by which they have blended elements from various genres. The prime example of such works is their 1967 studio offering, Days of Future Passed, which incorporates classical techniques with rock music. To date, the band has sold more than seventy million albums with fourteen gold and platinum discs. Their most recent release includes their compilation album Timeless Flight. They appeared on the second yearly Moody Blues Cruise in July 2013 alongside other bands including Lighthouse and The Zombies. Their new tour dates have stirred anticipation among many fans including those based in Atlanta, making Moody Blues Atlanta tickets a sought after English rock treat.
Moody Blues currently comprise of guitarist Justin Hayward, bassist John Lodge and percussionist Graeme Edge. Formed in 1964, the band has been performing for more than five decades, including more recent shows and tours of the 2000s. The rockers have toured across the US, UK and Canada regularly since 2006.
Their upcoming Moody Blues Atlanta show will be held in the intimate Fox Theatre with a seating capacity of under five thousand. The theater, which was once part of a huge shrine temple, makes a beautiful venue for a small live concert where audience can see the performers up close. Don’t miss your chance to see the Moody Blues just yards away on stage.