Simple Plan Tickets
The Canadian rock band Simple Plan is on tour to the delight of their fans. The musicians will be celebrating the fifteenth anniversary of their classic debut record ‘No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls.’ They will be performing in a number of cities as part of the tour. These include Atlanta, Charlotte and New York. To join them as they belt out their songs live, quickly book your Simple Plan tickets as they are expected to sell out any time. Don’t let this opportunity pass.
The French-Canadian rock band Simple Plan is out on the road and will be treating their fans with their live performances in numerous cities across the US. To be part of the fun, get Simple Plan tickets now.
The members comprising the band Simple Plan were actually high school friends. Initially it was Bouvier and Comeau who founded a band called Reset. This band toured alongside punk groups such as Face to Face, MxPx and Ten Foot Pole and gained some recognition. Comeau left the band to continue his studies but then returned to music, this time by forming a new group with Lefebvre and Stinco. Bouvier remained in charge of Reset. When Comeau and Bouvier met at a show in 1999, Bouvier decided to join Comeau on his new project. Desrosiers who was then a member of Reset also joined in and Simple Plan was formed.
‘No Pads, No Helmets...Just Balls’
The year 2002 saw the release of Simple Plan’s debut album ‘No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls.’ It comprised the hit songs such as ‘I’d Do Anything,’ ‘Perfect’ ‘I’m Just a Kid’ and ‘Addicted.’ The record reached the top ten on the Canadian Albums chart and the top forty on the US Billboard 200. It was certified platinum in Australia and double platinum in Canada as well as the US. The song ‘I’d Do Anything’ was released as the album’s second single and featured vocals by Mark Hoppus.
After the release of their debt record in 2002, Simple Plan headlined the Vans Warped Tour in 2003. In the same ear, the band had the opportunity to open for Avril Lavigne on her Try to Shut Me Up Tour. Besides, a number of tours, Simple Plan also opened for music acts including Good Charlotte and Green Day. By early 2003, ‘No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls’ had already sold a million copies. It went on to become one of the bestselling records of the band’s career.
‘Still Not Getting Any...’
The second studio album by Simple Plan came out in the year 2004. It sold an impressive 130, 000 in its first week of release and made it to the third spot on the US Billboard 200. The lead single ‘Welcome to M Life’ reached the 40th spot on the Billboard 100 and number 10 on the Mainstream Top 40. Among other poplar tracks on the record are ‘Shut Up,’ ‘Crazy,’ ‘Untitled’ and ‘Perfect.’
The album generally received favorable reviews from the critics. Entertainment Weekly praised the musicians for maintaining a sense of humor and energy in the songs.
The third self-titled music album by the Canadian rockers was released in February, 2008. It marked a shift in the kind of music that the band had produced previously. In other words, the songs on this album were mostly love-based rather than those reflecting teen angst. ‘Simple Plan’ reached the second position on the Canadian Albums chart while fourteenth on the US Billboard 200. It managed to reach the top ten on music charts in countries including Brazil, Switzerland and Australia.
‘Get Your Heart On’
The fourth album by Simple Plan ‘Get Your Heart On’ came out in June of 2011. It featured collaborations with artists including Alex GasKarth and kelly-Cha of All Time Low and Weezer’s Rivers Cuomo. It was the first time the band had collaborated with other music artists on their record after their debut album ‘No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls’ which had Joel Madden and Mark Hoppus. The notable songs on the record include ‘Can’t keep M Hands Off You and ‘Summer Paradise.’
‘Taking One for the Team’
The latest album by Simple Plan is ‘Taking One For the Team.’ It was released in February, 2016 through the Atlantic Records. The album debuted at the fourth spot on the Canadian Albums Chart. The lead single of the album ‘I Don’t Wanna Go To Bed’ features American rapper Neily. Among other prominent tracks on the album are ‘Singing in the Rain’ and ‘I Dream About You.’
2017 marks the fifteenth anniversary of the release of the band’s debut album. They are out on tour in celebration and will be hitting your city very soon. Now you have the chance of enjoying their hits live. So without wasting another moment, grab Simple Plan tickets.
Simple Plan Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Simple Plan tickets is $55. The date and location for this event is 8-Dec-17 at The Rapids Theatre, Niagara Falls. The minimum get-in price for Simple Plan tickets is $33.
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|Simple Plan||Niagara Falls||8-Dec-17||$55||$33|
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