One of the best bands in Canada, Stars is coming with another thrilling and exciting performance. Buy Stars tickets and enjoy the eloquent, beautiful and soulful indie pop performance of the band.
- Stars - The Band, Danforth Music Hall Theatre tickets for 12/12 07:00 PM at Danforth Music Hall Theatre,Toronto, ON
- Wed Dec 12 2018
- Stars, Danforth Music Hall Theatre tickets for 12/13 07:00 PM at Danforth Music Hall Theatre,Toronto, ON
- Thu Dec 13 2018
- National Arts Centre Orchestra: My Brightest Diamond - Stars, Southam Hall at National Arts Centre tickets for 12/15 08:00 PM at Southam Hall at National Arts Centre,Ottawa, ON
- Sat Dec 15 2018
- Stars - The Band, Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre tickets for 12/16 08:00 PM at Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre,Montreal, QC
- Sun Dec 16 2018
Originally from Canada, Stars was founded in 2000. Christopher Seligman and Torquil Campbell got together in Toronto and bassist Evan Cranley and singer, guitarist Amy Millan joined later on. The first album released by the band was titled Nightsongs. Released in 2001 with label Le Grand Magistery, the album featured popular songs like Tonight, which was used in the short film of same name and Going, Going, Gone featured in Life’s episode "Powerless". The band released their second full length album Heart in 2003 with new label Arts&Crafts to critical acclaim. After its release, the band went on to their first North American tour along with Broken Social Science and inducted drummer Pat McGee among the members.
The band’s third studio album Set yourself on Fire was released in 2004. The album was well received and it earned incredible reviews establishing Stars as one of the best bands in Canada. The most notable songs include Ageless Beauty, which was a smash hit in Canada and Your Ex-Lover Is Dead which was featured as the sound track of The O.C. The album got a Juno Award nomination and was certified Gold. 2007 brought forward the album In our Bedroom after the War which came across as a unified whole through carefully sequencing of tracks. Album featured songs like Take Me to the Riot and The Night Starts Here and was nominated for Polaris Music Prize in 2008.
The band’s fifth album The Five Ghosts was released via their own label, Soft Revolution. It was also nominated for Polaris Music Prize in 2011. The North followed in 2012 as band’s sixth album having a more upbeat than previous works featuring tracks like Theory of Relativity and Walls. It debuted at number 5 on Canadian Albums Charts and received positive reviews for being playful, joyful and hopeful.
Stars have collaborated with several other artists and bands for their songs and during live performances. During the early period of the band including their first LP, many guest indie artists were invited to collaborate on many of their tracks. They also performed at Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival and Field Trip Arts & Crafts Music Festival in 2013 in celebration of tenth Anniversary of Arts & Crafts Production. The band has also appeared on several TV shows including Live! at the Rehearsal Hall, Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Their songs have been featured on Warehouse 13, Gossip Girl, Chuck, The Vampire Diaries, Skins, 2009’s indie film Tanner Hall and 2011’s film Like Crazy.
Besides seven full length studio albums, the band has released five EPs and with every song they are gaining more fame and appreciation. Their indie pop, disco and indie rock music takes influences from wide variety of bands and musicians including Berlioz, Outkast, Barrett, McAloon, the Smiths, Momus and New Order among others. Their music is described as elegant and heart touching indie pop produced with lush instrumentation, narrative lyrics, soft vocals and powerful mixing. Over the years, the band has evolved gracefully and now has a flexible music range from electronic pop sound of Nightsongs to more rock-based instrumentation on following albums. With live tours and performances, the band marks its brilliance showcasing powerful vocals, spectacular music and a friendly attitude that wins audiences’ hearts.
The Stars tours extensively and enjoy a career success and a devoted fan following. Besides two Juno Awards nominations and two Polaris prize nominations, the band has garnered positive reviews from critics. Buy Stars tickets and enjoy the beautiful indie pop with powerful lyrics, lush instrumentation and soulful music as produced by one of the best bands in Canada.
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Stars's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Toronto at the Danforth Music Hall Theatre on 12-Dec-18, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Denver at the Cervantes' Masterpiece - Other Side on 11-Jan-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Stars - The Band||Danforth Music Hall Theatre||Toronto, ON||Wed Dec 12 201812/12 07:00 PM|
|Stars||Danforth Music Hall Theatre||Toronto, ON||Thu Dec 13 201812/13 07:00 PM|
|National Arts Centre Orchestra: My Brightest Diamond - Stars||Southam Hall at National Arts Centre||Ottawa, ON||Sat Dec 15 201812/15 08:00 PM|
|Stars - The Band||Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre||Montreal, QC||Sun Dec 16 201812/16 08:00 PM|
|Drew Emmitt & UllrGrass All-Stars||Cervantes' Masterpiece - Other Side||Denver, CO||Fri Jan 11 201901/11 09:00 PM|
Stars Tickets Prices
The average price for Stars Tickets start from $43. The minimum get in price is $29 for Stars Tickets at the Danforth Music Hall Theatre, Toronto. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Stars - The Band||Toronto||12-Dec-18||$43||$29|
|National Arts Centre Orchestra: My Brightest Diamond - Stars||Ottawa||15-Dec-18||$289||$171|
|Stars - The Band||Montreal||16-Dec-18||$211||$35|
|Drew Emmitt & UllrGrass All-Stars||Denver||11-Jan-19||$196||$36|
* Ticket Prices vary on hourly basis.