Yo La Tengo Tickets
Yo La Tengo has been active on the music scene for almost thirty years now. This band has won accolades from the critics and enjoys a cult following all over the world. Till date Yo La Tengo has released thirteen studio and four compilation albums. The band has also performed over eighty covers songs. Yo La Tengo tickets for their last show ran short because of the increasing demand of the fans. .
Yo La Tengo Tickets
- Buy Yo La Tengo, Bowery Ballroom Tickets for Sun Dec 09 2018 Yo La Tengo, Bowery Ballroom tickets for 12/09 08:30 PM at Bowery Ballroom, New York, NY
- Sun Dec 09 2018
- Buy The Flaming Lips, Doug Martsch, Yo La Tengo & The Moth and The Flame, ACL Live At The Moody Theater Tickets for Tue Jan 22 2019 The Flaming Lips, Doug Martsch, Yo La Tengo & The Moth and The Flame, ACL Live At The Moody Theater tickets for 01/22 07:00 PM at ACL Live At The Moody Theater, Austin, TX
- Tue Jan 22 2019
Yo La Tengo history dates back to the year 1984. The band was founded by a husband and wife music duo namely drummer Georgia Hubley and guitarist Ira Kaplan. The band name is taken from Spanish language and means "I Have it". The duo then decided to hire other musicians to play bass and lead guitar. They were joined by bassist Dave Rick and guitarist Dave Schramm. The group started writing and performing music in genres like noise pop, indie rock, dream pop and experimental rock.
From their debut till 1993, the band was signed with major labels like Coyote Records, Alias and Bar None Records but since then all the albums have been released by Matador Records. Yo La Tengo members cite critically acclaimed post punk and psychedelic rock bands like Arthur Lee’s Love, The Soft Rock Boys and Missions of Burma.
After doing a few local gigs Yo La Tengo managed to release the first studio album titled Ride the Tiger through Coyote Records. Overall the album didn’t receive favorable reviews but Dave Schramm guitar playing was appreciated. Under the same label two more albums were released namely New Wave Hot Dogs (1987) and President Yo La Tengo (1989). Both these albums received moderate success but the band started to get attention of the critics as well as music lovers. In 1990 came Fakebook that was released by Bar None Records and in 1992 May I Sing with Me that was produced by Alias and Virgin Records. By this time Yo La Tengo was enjoying a hardcore fan following due to their unusual lyrics and offbeat experimental music.
In 1995, the band signed an exclusive recording deal with Matador Records and since then it has released eight more studio albums including chart hits like And Then Nothing Turned Itself Inside out (2000), Summer Sun (2003), I Am Not Afraid of You and I Will Beat your Ass (2006) and Popular Songs (2009). These four albums managed to hit the US Billboard chart at #138, #115, #66 and #58 respectively. The latest album by Yo La Tengo is Fade that was released in January 2013. This album has already entered the US Billboard at #26 and is going strong. This has become the band’s highest charting album ever and there is a fair chance that it will improve its overall chart position. Fade includes tracks like "Is That Enough", "The Point of It" and "Before We Run".
Yo La Tengo's latest album came out after a long gap and it’s doing well on the charts. Their concerts are a must watch event for music lovers. Yo La Tengo tickets of their last show sold very quickly..
YO LA TENGO NEWS AND UPDATES
Yo La Tengo Release New Song
American indie rock band Yo La Tengo recently shared a new song titled For You Too. The song features on their upcoming music album There’s a Riot Going On. The record is slated to release via Matador on March 16.
The indie veterans have previously released four tracks from There’s a Riot Going On. These include Out of the Pool, She May, She Might, Shades of Blue and You Are Here. The album is Yo La Tengo’s first since Fade came out in 2013.
Yo La Tengo Are Back With Their Hanukkah Shows
Yo La Tengo announced that they will be reviving the old tradition of bringing Hanukkah shows to their fans. The surprise announcement came at their recent concert at the Central Park. The famed 8-night shows at Maxwell's were a big hit for nearly a decade, until they stopped when the venue was closed in 2013. This will be their first show in five years. Last time they performed was in 2012. Now the band will be conducting these performances at The Bowery Ballroom, starting the run from the December 12 and will continue till December 19.
Yo La Tengo Schedule
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Yo La Tengo's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in New York at the Bowery Ballroom on 9-Dec-18, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Austin at the ACL Live At The Moody Theater on 22-Jan-19. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Yo La Tengo||Bowery Ballroom||New York, NY||Sun Dec 09 201812/09 08:30 PM|
|The Flaming Lips, Doug Martsch, Yo La Tengo & The Moth and The Flame||ACL Live At The Moody Theater||Austin, TX||Tue Jan 22 201901/22 07:00 PM|
Yo La Tengo Tickets Prices
The average price for Yo La Tengo Tickets start from $64. The minimum get in price is $64 for Yo La Tengo Tickets at the Bowery Ballroom, New York. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Yo La Tengo||New York||9-Dec-18||$64||$64|
|The Flaming Lips, Doug Martsch, Yo La Tengo & The Moth and The Flame||Austin||22-Jan-19||$219||$83|
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