Bright Eyes Tickets
Even though the art-form is treated as a veritable money-minting machine, there will always be artists who will capture the fans’ imagination not from their commercial slickness, but rather from the earthly honesty of their end-product. Every listener has that phase where they would want nothing better than to zone out, recline & tune in to music that is pure, uncomplicated & straight from the depths of a passionate heart. Bright Eyes has touched the chords of such enthusiasts even before the band started making it big on the national landscape. Multitalented singer-songwriter & guitarist Conor Oberst started out the indie/folk band in the late 90s, & blending of various genres with conspicuously shifting musical themes has become a Bright Eyes trademark. Oberst is now ably supported by producer & banjo, mandolin and electric guitar specialist Mike Mogis, along with Nate Walcott (organ, trumpet, accordion). Bright Eyes tickets are reasonably hot on the market in anticipation of the February 14 release of their seventh album, along with the UK tour which coincides with the release dates.
Bright Eyes Tickets
- Buy Bright Eyes, Levitt Pavilion at Steelstacks Tickets for 07/29 03:30 AM Bright Eyes, Levitt Pavilion at Steelstacks tickets for 07/29 03:30 AM at Levitt Pavilion at Steelstacks, Bethlehem, PA
- Thu Jul 29 2021
- Buy Bright Eyes, Worcester Palladium Tickets for 07/30 03:30 AM Bright Eyes, Worcester Palladium tickets for 07/30 03:30 AM at Worcester Palladium, Worcester, MA
- Fri Jul 30 2021
- Buy Bright Eyes, Forest Hills Stadium Tickets for 07/31 06:00 PM Bright Eyes, Forest Hills Stadium tickets for 07/31 06:00 PM at Forest Hills Stadium, Forest Hills, NY
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- Buy Bright Eyes, State Theatre - ME Tickets for 06/18 03:30 AM Bright Eyes, State Theatre - ME tickets for 06/18 03:30 AM at State Theatre ME, Portland, ME
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Omaha was the birthplace of the prodigiously talented Conor Oberst, who burst into prominence at the age of fourteen as the leading man of Commander Venus. The Nebraska native was an instant draw due to his quivery voice & fragile yet assuring persona. It didn’t take long for Oberst to further expand his repertoire (by then encompassing guitar-work & singing/songwriting) & he released twenty of his self-composed songs under the name Bright Eyes (a famous "movie dialogue") in 1998. The debut album, named A Collection of Songs Written and Recorded 1995-1997, introduced Oberst to a larger listener base. Acoustic songs blended well with synthesizer-heavy numbers, & Bright Eyes soon enlisted the services of producer Mike Mogis & various former band-mates from Neutral Milk Hotel & Park Ave. for Letting off the Happiness. After graduating, Oberst explored a new dimension with the amalgamation of flute & accordion into the band’s sound within the next offering, Fevers & Mirrors. It also was unconventional because of a mid-album mock interview of Oberst (voiced by Todd Fink) that made a mockery of the criticisms his music suffered. Oberst pursued an alternate project, Desaperacidos, but the creativity reached new levels when he returned for Bright Eyes’ next album, Lifted, which became a monster hit. Effectively, Lifted signaled the breakthrough album for Bright Eyes as it got rave reviews & great media attention. I’m Wide Awake, It’s Morning & Digital Ash in a Digital Urn provided some of the decade’s greatest indie numbers. After a steady stream of albums & EPs in the mid-2000s (Bright Eyes released three in 2005), the band went on a hiatus, touring to promote their songs, while Oberst got involved with Mystic Valley. People’s Key will see the light of day on 14th February, and has also grabbed attention due to the band’s shifting to a more contemporary sound.
After the debut album came out during Oberst’s involvement with Commander Venus, Bright Eyes made it big with songs like "Padraic My Prince" off Letting off the Happiness, which featured a number of collaborations. Fevers & Mirrors started off slowly, but later was named 170 on Pitchfork Media’s top 200 albums of the decade. Over 250,000 album sales greeted Lifted, which introduced Bright Eyes to people’s attention. "Lover I Don’t Have to Love" became a major hit, & Lifted was ranked fourth on Rolling Stone’s top albums of 2002 list, & voted as the 52nd greatest indie album ever. "Take It Easy" & the haunting "Lua" (which deals with depression & addiction) broke chart records when they simultaneously took the top two positions, highlighting Bright Eyes’ rise. Gunning for Obama’s support during the election campaigns, the protest song "When the President talks to God" became an award-winning venture, while "First Day of My Life" received further plaudits. Cassadaga has the distinction for scooping 2008’s Best Recording Package Grammy for its art director, Zachary Nipper.
Oberst’s persona, which reflects that of an immensely talented artist thrown unwillingly into the spotlight, has endeared him to fans clutching Bright Eyes tickets. Bright Eyes have toured extensively, performing at places like the Hollywood Bowl & rubbing shoulders with the likes of Springsteen & Neil Young on various tours, like Vote for Change.
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Bright Eyes, an American band indie folk band, emerged on the music scene in 1998. They have entertained the audience with their music ever since. The band has toured extensively to promote their albums. They toured the World in 2005 to promote the two albums received simultaneously. In 2007, Bright Eyes toured North America, Europe and Japan for their album Cassadaga. They also performed at President Barack Obama’s rally in Nebraska in 2008. Catch them this year at one of their upcoming live performances!
Bright Eyes was formed by Conor Oberst who is a singer and songwriter. He was joined by Mike Mogis who is the producer of the band besides being a multi-instrumentalist, and Nate Walcott who plays piano and trumpet. The name of the band was derived from the hit movie, Planet of the Apes, where Dr. Zira uses ‘bright eyes’ as a term of endearment for Taylor. They released their first album in 1998 called A Collection of Songs Written and Recorded 1995-1997. The music of the album used all kinds of instruments including acoustic guitars, drums, keyboards and other techno synthesizers. This mixing of instruments was criticized. Their second album, Letting Off the Happiness, released the same year fared a much better fate as its music was streamlined and more focused. This was followed by an EP called Every Day and Every Night in 1999 which consisted of five songs including Neely O'Hararel and A Perfect Sonnet. The next year Bright Eyes released their third album Fevers and Mirrors. It did quite well. It attained 170th position on Pitchfork Media’s best 200 albums of the decade list.
Recognition and glittering success for Bright Eyes came in 2002 when they released their next album Lifted or The Story Is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground. The album was an instantaneous success and was lauded by the big names in media like The New York Times and Rolling Stones who praised Oberst for his grandiose approach to music. Two years later they released their two singles, Lua and Take It Easy (Love Nothing) which were super hits and claimed the top two positions on Billboard Hot 100 Singles Sales, something that happened once in seven years. The next year Bright Eyes released two albums, I’m Wide awake, It’s Morning and Digital Ash In A Digital Urn. The two albums were quite different from each other in their genre of music, the former being folk-based and the latter being electronic-pop. Both reached the top twenty of Billboard Album charts and won the band many awards. These include Artist of the Year and Song of the Year award for When the President Talks to God at PLUG Independent Music Awards in 2006. The seventh studio album Cassadaga was released in 2007. It was applauded by fans. Its song Four Winds was among Rolling Stones top 100 songs of the year. The album’s art director, Zachary Nipper, won the 2008 Grammy Award for Best Recording Package. Bright Eyes latest album, The People’s Key was released last month and seems to be doing well.
Bright Eyes has in the past few years taken a political stance. In 2004 elections, Bright Eyes put up a Vote for Change tour. They have publicly criticized George W. Bush. Last year they joined the American Civil Liberties Union of Nebraska to arrange a concert to promote equality, supporting rights of immigrants. This support is also reflected in their song titled Coyote Song which about two lovers who are separated by the border between the USA and Mexico.
Their future plans do not seem to be clear as Oberst wants to give Bright Eyes a rest. However, the band continues to do well. They have shown their craft and proven their talents with their fusion of various genres and adept use of numerous instruments. Their daring stance and performances have enthralled the audience. Thus for any music lover Bright Eyes tickets hold great value.
Bright Eyes Tour Dates 2021 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Bright Eyes's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Bethlehem at the Levitt Pavilion at Steelstacks on 29-Jul-21, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Forest Hills at the Forest Hills Stadium on 31-Jul-21. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Bright Eyes||Levitt Pavilion at Steelstacks||Bethlehem, PA||Thu Jul 29 202103:30 AM|
|Bright Eyes||Worcester Palladium||Worcester, MA||Fri Jul 30 202103:30 AM|
|Bright Eyes||Forest Hills Stadium||Forest Hills, NY||Sat Jul 31 202106:00 PM|
|Bright Eyes||State Theatre - ME||Portland, ME||Wed Jun 18 207003:30 AM|
|Bright Eyes||College Street Music Hall||New Haven, CT||Thu Jun 19 207003:30 AM|
Bright Eyes Ticket Prices
The average price for Bright Eyes Tickets start from $54. The minimum get in price is $43 for Bright Eyes Tickets at the State Theatre - ME, Portland. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Bright Eyes||Forest Hills||31-Jul-21||$105||$47|
|Bright Eyes||New Haven||19-Jun-70||$184||$55|
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