Thirty Seconds to Mars Tickets
In case you didn’t know, Thirty Seconds to Mars tickets are now available. Thirty Seconds to Mars’s latest worldwide tour, the Monolith Tour has already kick started. Don’t worry, you haven’t missed out on it since the band is still playing in Europe and will start the North American leg of the tour only in June 2018. The Monolith Tour is to promote the band’s latest album, America. The album was released in April 2018 and debuted at No.2 on the US Billboard 200. It is said to be different from the band’s previous works with more focus on electronics rather than alternative rock sound. “Dangerous Night” and “Walk on Water” are two of the biggest hits from the album, which the band is likely to play at their upcoming concerts.
Once they are done promoting America in North America, they’ll head back to Europe where the Monolith Tour will come to an end on September 12, 2018, in Lisbon, Portugal.
Leto Brothers & Tomislav "Tomo" Milicevic
Thirty Seconds to Mars is a Los Angeles based alternative rock band consisting of two brothers, Jared and Shannon Leto and Tomislav "Tomo" Milicevic. When the band was formed in 1998, Milicevic was not part of the band. Instead, the brothers were joined by Matt Wachter, Solon Bixler and Kevin Drake.
Their rise to stardom is typical – playing LAs local music scene consisting of bars and clubs. The band eventually got noticed by big record labels and Thirty Seconds to Mars signed up with Immortal Records. With record signing came the demand for releasing their debut album.
Thirty Seconds to Mars in Wyoming
In 2001, the band retreated to the woods in Wyoming to record a self-titled debut album. Thirty Seconds to Mars was released a year after and was a concept album according to Jared Leto. Focusing on serious topics such as human struggle and self-determination, Thirty Seconds to Mars peaked at No.1 on the US Top Heatseekers chart. “Capricorn (A Brand New Name)”was the most liked single from the album, which got positive reviews from music critics. Megan O'Toole, a music critic declared that the band had carved a niche for itself in the world of rock music with the release of this album.
Thirty Seconds to Mars Telling A Beautiful Lie
The band released its second album, A Beautiful Lie in 2005. Thirty Seconds to Mars’s only album featuring bassist Matt Wachter, A Beautiful Lie was different from its predecessor – its lyrics were more personal and less intellectual. “From Yesterday,” “The Kill,” “Attack” and “A Beautiful Lie” were the biggest hits spawned by this album. A Beautiful Lie debuted at No.36 on the Billboard 200 and received positive reviews for having impressive tracks. The album sold over a million copies in the US and was certified Platinum.
Thirty Seconds to Mars say This Is War
The band’s third studio album, This Is War was released in 2009. The album peaked at No.18 on the US Billboard 200 and spawned hits such as “Kings and Queens,” “Night of the Hunter,” “Closer to the Edge” and “Hurricane.” Selling over half-million records in the US, the album was certified Gold. And like the band’s previous two albums, this album, too, received praise from music critics. Writing for AOL Radio, Sara Anderson was so impressed that she called the album, “extremely progressive rock sound with killer choruses”.
Thirty Seconds to Mars on Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams
Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams was released in 2013. Like the band’s debut album, this album, too, was a concept album. The themes are as the title suggests – love, lust, faith and dreams. Debuting at No.6 on the Billboard 200 and receiving favorable praise from the music critics, Love, Lust, Faith and Dreams spawned hits such as “Do or Die,” “City of Angels,” “Up in the Air” and “Conquistador.”
Thirty Seconds to Mars in America
The band’s latest album, America is the most electronics-heavy album since Thirty Seconds to Mars. Featuring guest appearances from A$AP Rocky and Halsey, America is on the American dream. As mentioned earlier, “Dangerous Night” and “Walk on Water” are two of the biggest hit singles spawned by this album. While giving an interview to Rolling Stone in April 2018, Jared Leto said, “Walk on Water” is a commentary on the times we’re living in.
With Thirty Seconds to Mars tickets in hand, you’ll be in the company of those who have been compared with U2, Pink Floyd, Tool and The Cure. So, join the modern day alternative rock gods on their Monolith Tour.
Thirty Seconds to Mars Tickets Prices
Currently the average price for Thirty Seconds to Mars tickets is $67. The date and location for this event is 22-Jul-18 at Ak-Chin Pavilion, Phoenix. The minimum get-in price for Thirty Seconds to Mars tickets is $5.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Thirty Seconds To Mars, Walk The Moon & K. Flay||Phoenix||22-Jul-18||$67||$5|
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Q:What is the ticket price for 30 Seconds to Mars concert?
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Q:Who will be performing alongside Thirty Seconds to Mars during their concert in New York?
A:Thirty Seconds to Mars have excited the fans by announcing their new tour. They will soon be playing a gig at the Madison Square Garden in New York. They will not be performing that show alone as MisterWives and Walk The Moon will also be sharing the stage with the band live.
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