The Hooters Tickets
Rock lovers are ready for another dose of ‘Hootermania’ as they eagerly await The Hooters to set the stage ablaze at a music venue near them. Fans are rejoicing for all the right reason as The Hooters kick off the biggest tour of its music history. The band has hit 35 years of excellence and is now celebrating its 35th anniversary alongside devoted followers across the globe. The Hooters recently opened the celebrations at the premiere of the much-awaited Borgata Festival Park at Atlantic City on June 13, 2015. The quintet performed at the opening ceremony of the 5000-capacity concert venue and the crowd went ecstatic at the sight. The performance was the group’s first of its “35 Years Live” 2015 Tour that is slated to go all the way to November with the last stop at Glenside. The band’s followers have been raiding concert venues to get hold of The Hooters tickets as soon as possible because the band has already sold out two of its shows in Germany. It’s suggested you save yours before the show in your city gets sold-out.
Rejoicing the Legacy
As The Hooters honor their achievements for a whopping 35 years, fans all over have extended a warm welcome to the reveling quintet. The band is scheduled to perform extensively across Europe with major stops in Germany, Luxembourg, Norway and Sweden. The quintet also made stops in America including Atlantic City and Glenside. Fans will be treated to some of the most fist-thumping rock anthems including the classic “All You Zombies” and “Day by Day”. If you still haven’t bagged The Hooters tickets then you need to hurry up because the band has a history of performing at jam-packed and sold-out stadiums. Nothing beats the experience of watching this evergreen ensemble onstage as it adds another riveting performance to its already established career.
Undisputed Rock Maestros
The Hooters is an institution in itself as it continues to create genre-setting hits. The band is credited with launching some of the most celebrated careers in music industry, including those of Cyndi Lauper, Joan Osborne and the famous Ricky Martin. Led by vocalist and guitarist Eric Bazilian and multi-instrumentalist Rob Hyman, The Hooters lineup consists of percussionist David Uosikkinen, bassist Fran Smith and guitarist John Lilley. The Hooters had practically reigned the 1980s and 1990s with its unique mash of rock and roll, reggae and ska and a resonating sound that was hard to ignore. The group has always preferred to be a performing rather than a recording band and this is exactly what the band is doing now. One of the longest touring bands of America, this beloved ensemble is frequently seen reuniting on the road to bring its fans a unique Hooters experience every time. “Every night, it will feel different and it will be an event. It's our job not to be bored and to feel fresh. That song we played at our very first show, we've played it a thousand times”, remarks Rob Hyman.
Boasting of a devout cult following, The Hooters has always made magic with its avant-garde music. The band has six studio albums to its credit with “Nervous Night”, “One Way Home”, “Zig Zag” and “Out of Body” being certified gold. Bazilian and Hyman have collaborated with a number of artists to write chartbusting songs such as Cyndi Lauper’s “Time after Time” and Joan Osborne’s “One of Us”. “Time after Time” smashed the Billboard Hot 100 at number 1 and also got nominated for the Grammy Award for being the Song of the Year. The Hooters received a Lifetime Achievement Award in 2004 and it won’t be long before it snags a Grammy. You don’t want to miss this epic performance by the evergreen rock crooners that have been winning hearts for decades. Do make it to the music arena in your city to witness the ‘hootermania’ in full swing.
The Hooters Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for The Hooters tickets is $79. The date and location for this event is 4-Nov-17 at Keswick Theatre, Glenside. The minimum get-in price for The Hooters tickets is $72.
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