The National Tickets
Marrying different genres of music requires fluency with instruments, slick production & seamless arrangement that aren't every band's cup of tea. The National have, however, not only waded into those dangerous waters, but have also emerged creating a niche of their own. Originally acquiring cult status, it was never easy for the band to break into the unforgiving & at times inflexible mainstream. Yet a commercially appeasing blend of electric rock & various other influences, including country & Britpop, is the middle territory that The National treads so successfully. The Cincinnati born, Brooklyn based indie rock act has seen highs & dealt with obscurity, and their creative input has refreshingly not lost its edgy experimental feel. Active since 1999, the band is made up of two brother acts plus the lead singer. Matt Berninger leads the line, with Aaron & Bryce Dessner playing guitar, bass & piano, & Scott (bass/guitar) & Bryan Devendorf (drums) completing the lineup. Veterans of five studio albums & noted for their exciting concerts, which have sold thousands of The National tickets, the band continue to find new avenues to thrill.
The National Venues
- IHeartRadio ALTer Ego: Mumford and Sons, Cage The Elephant, Beck, Spoon, Walk The Moon & The National The Forum - Los Angeles
- The National The Joint At Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas
The National Tickets
- Fri Jan 19 2018Buy IHeartRadio ALTer Ego: Mumford and Sons, Cage The Elephant, Beck, Spoon, Walk The Moon & The National, The Forum - Los Angeles Tickets for Fri Jan 19 2018 IHeartRadio ALTer Ego: Mumford and Sons, Cage The Elephant, Beck, Spoon, Walk The Moon & The National, The Forum - Los Angeles tickets for 01/19 07:30 PM at The Forum Los Angeles, Inglewood, CA
- Fri Jan 19 2018
The National's music has remained true to its rock roots. Classified as indie & post-punk, The National's genre picked up where many bands of the raging 90s alternative & punk rock scene had left off, incorporating sweet melodies, along with pop & country sensibilities. As expected, the product took years to develop & even more to gain a substantial following. Matt Berninger, a baritone, befriended Scott Devendorf when the pair attended University of Cincinnati, eventually forming a lo-fi garage band Nancy with Casey Reas, Jeff Salem & Mike Brewer. The band released just the single album, 3429 Ruther, before disbanding as the members moved to New York. Scott's brother Bryan had been playing with childhood friends Aaron & Bryce Dessner for years in various acts, & in 1999, the trio joined Berninger & Scott. Working their day jobs, The National did not have the most explosive of starts, as the Dessner brothers very own record label, Brassland Records, produced a limited release of their first eponymous album. Gradually gaining a following through their Lower East Side live Sunday shows, people began appreciating the slick work behind The National. Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers followed as The National began a fruitful relationship with record producer/musician Peter Katis. Katis worked mainly out of his residential Connecticut studios, & the acclaim for the album started gaining momentum, with many dailies also lauding the follow-up Cherry Tree EP. As their recognition shot skywards, the task of managing their own record label grew too wearisome, & The National signed onto Beggars Banquet Records to release the blockbuster hit Alligator. With concert attendances skyrocketing & The National tickets selling like hot cakes, the band delivered the perfect killer follow-up, 2007's Boxer. Indie rock circles already had the band's hits doing heavy rotation as they released a feature-length documentary A Skin, a Night. The response was lukewarm. Beggars Records merged into 4AD, & The National released High Violet on the label recently after playing a much-publicized role in Obama's Presidential race.
The National boasted of a more country-oriented touch, & "American Mary" became a trademark hit. 2003's Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers marked the first time Peter Katis was involved, before the Cherry Tree EP featured "About Today", a song that fans attending their live performances have grown acquainted to. It also featured collaboration, "I Don't Mind", with Padma Newsome of The Clogs. Alligator spawned "Secret Meeting"& "Mr. November", a rousing campaign song supporting Barack Obama. It sold 80,000 copies, being hailed as one of the albums of the decade by NME. Boxer debuted on #68, eventually selling over 200,000 copies on the muscle of hits like the dreamy & peppy "Fake Empire", "Mistaken Strangers", "Apartment Story", & "Start a War". Boxer's making inspired the documentary A Skin, a Night.
The National has offered indie fans a slice of something fresh since its inception. A genre that is based on breaking away from rock norms requires that zip & energy, something abundant in their concerts. The National has performed in many European & American festivals, including Lollapalooza, Coachella, The Troubadour, Pukkelpop, Reading & Leeds Festival, & Roskilde; shows in Dallas & California are forthcoming.
The National has set its stall in unchartered territory & pulled it off with aplomb. Creative wizardry meets boundless energy, a combination that fans with The National tickets will be thrilled to witness firsthand.
The National Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! The National's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Inglewood at the The Forum - Los Angeles on 19-Jan-18, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Las Vegas at the The Joint At Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas on 20-Jan-18. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|IHeartRadio ALTer Ego: Mumford and Sons, Cage The Elephant, Beck, Spoon, Walk The Moon & The National||The Forum - Los Angeles||Inglewood, CA||Fri Jan 19 201801/19 07:30 PM|
|The National||The Joint At Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas||Las Vegas, NV||Sat Jan 20 201801/20 08:00 PM|
The National Tickets Prices
The average price for The National Tickets start from $135. The minimum get in price is $24 for The National Tickets at the The Forum - Los Angeles, Inglewood. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|IHeartRadio ALTer Ego: Mumford and Sons, Cage The Elephant, Beck, Spoon, Walk The Moon & The National||Inglewood||19-Jan-18||$135||$24|
|The National||Las Vegas||20-Jan-18||$169||$55|
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