Shannon and the Clams Tickets
The Black Keys, Modest Mouse & Shannon and the Clams tickets are the talk of the town these days. And for good reason too – The Black Keys recently announced their plans for a 2019 tour called the “Let’s Rock” Tour. The rock band from Akron recently unveiled their first new piece of music in five years, which has gotten their fans super excited about the upcoming North American trek. The tour will kick off in September in Las Vegas, and will wrap up in Vancouver, BC in November. If you are a fan of this group, this is an opportunity you would not want to miss out on!
Shannon and the Clams Tickets
- Buy Shannon and The Clams, Motorco Music Hall Tickets for 04/17 09:00 PM Shannon and The Clams, Motorco Music Hall tickets for 04/17 09:00 PM at Motorco Music Hall, Durham, NC
- Fri Apr 17 2020
- Buy Shannon and The Clams, Georgia Theatre Tickets for 04/22 09:00 PM Shannon and The Clams, Georgia Theatre tickets for 04/22 09:00 PM at Georgia Theatre, Athens, GA
- Wed Apr 22 2020
- Buy Shannon and The Clams, The Basement East - Nashville Tickets for 04/24 09:00 PM Shannon and The Clams, The Basement East - Nashville tickets for 04/24 09:00 PM at The Basement East Nashville, Nashville, TN
- Fri Apr 24 2020
The Black Keys will be performing in multiple cities across North America as part of this long-awaited tour, including shows in Denver, Chicago, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Nashville and so on. They will be joined on this tour by Modest Mouse, Shannon & The Clams, *repeat repeat and Jessy Wilson for selected dates.
Who are The Black Keys?
The Black Keys are an American rock band consisting of Dan Auerbach on guitars and vocals and Patrick Carney on drums. The duo initially began making music as an independent act, recording music on their own and producing their own records. Soon after this, they emerged as a popular garage rock group in the 2010s. And since then, their success has known no bounds.
Auerbach and Carney had been friends since childhood and dropped out of college together to pursue their dreams in music. Soon after entering the music industry and gaining some initial attention, they signed on with the indie label, Alive. Following this, they released their debut album called The Big Come Up. With the release of this album, the group landed a recording deal with Fat Possum Records. Over the next few years, the group built a strong fan base in the underground scene, through extensive touring of small clubs, music festival appearances and frequent album releases.
The Music of The Black Keys
The American rock band has released eight studio albums, 20 singles, two EPs and a live album over the past years. After the release of their third album, Rubber Factory in 2004, the group managed to achieve widespread critical acclaim, leading to their signing on with the major label, Nonesuch Records. The Black Keys’ commercial success truly came after the release of their 2010 album, Brothers. The album, along with the single “Tighten Up” won the group three Grammy Awards.
The next album, El Camino, released in 2011 also performed well on the charts, peaking at number two on the Billboard 200 chart. This was followed by the first arena tour by the band called the El Camino Tour. The album, along with the hit single “Lonely Boy” won three Grammy Awards. The Black Keys’ eight studio album, Turn Blue, was released in 2014 and shot to number one in the US, Australia and Canada.
Awards and Nominations
Over the years since its formation, the group has won numerous prestigious awards. This includes a Brit Awards win in the category of International Group in 2013. They were also nominated in the same category in 2015. The group has also won five Grammy Awards, in the categories of Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal for “Tighten Up”, Best Alternative Music Album for Brothers, Best Rock Performance for “Lonely Boy”, Best Rock Song for “Lonely Boy” and Best Rock Album for El Camino.
In addition to these, The Black Keys have also been nominated for eight Grammy Awards, including the categories of Best Rock Album for Turn Blue, Best Rock Song for “Fever”, Record of the Year for “Lonely Boy”, Album of the Year for El Camino, Best Rock Instrumental Performance for “Black Mud” and Best Rock Song for “Tighten Up”.
In addition to the Grammy Awards, The Black Keys have also won other honors such as the MTV Video Music Awards and MVPA Awards and have been nominated for various honors such as the iHeartRadio Music Awards, UK Music Video Awards and Q Awards.
The Black Keys on Tour in 2019!
And now, to the delight of their die-hard fans, the group is all geared up to embark on a North American trek. The 31-date tour will feature Modest Mouse as a special guest for the entire run and will feature several other artists on selected shows. If you want to be a part of this, you ought to get your The Black Keys, Modest Mouse & Shannon and the Clams tickets at the earliest.
Shannon and the Clams Tour Dates 2020 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Shannon and the Clams's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Durham at the Motorco Music Hall on 17-Apr-20, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Asheville at the Grey Eagle on 25-Apr-20. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Shannon and The Clams||Motorco Music Hall||Durham, NC||Fri Apr 17 202009:00 PM|
|Shannon and The Clams||Georgia Theatre||Athens, GA||Wed Apr 22 202009:00 PM|
|Shannon and The Clams||The Basement East - Nashville||Nashville, TN||Fri Apr 24 202009:00 PM|
|Shannon and The Clams||Grey Eagle||Asheville, NC||Sat Apr 25 202009:00 PM|
Shannon and the Clams Ticket Prices
The average price for Shannon and the Clams Tickets start from $100. The minimum get in price is $24 for Shannon and the Clams Tickets at the Georgia Theatre, Athens. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Shannon and The Clams||Durham||17-Apr-20||$128||$27|
|Shannon and The Clams||Athens||22-Apr-20||$100||$24|
|Shannon and The Clams||Nashville||24-Apr-20||$106||$28|
|Shannon and The Clams||Asheville||25-Apr-20||$112||$33|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.