Hans Zimmer Tickets
The man who has provided scores for some extremely popular films like, ‘Iron Man,’ ‘The Edge of Seventeen,’ ‘Divergent’ and ‘The Prestige’ among others, Hans Zimmer is a reputable name in the music business. He is also one of the most sought after composers in the world who has composed music for more than one hundred and fifty films. Hans has also been honored with many accolades throughout his career and is the recipient of an Academy Award. He is now embarking on a tour and will be performing selections from Inception, The Dark Knight, Gladiator, Pirates of the Caribbean and Lion King. If you want to watch his performance live then book your Hans Zimmer tickets today.
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You have to be extremely talented to do music for major Hollywood blockbusters. Hans Zimmer has been doing it for over three decades. He has provided the score as well as composed music for several films. Hans is now heading out on tour and will be performing his tunes from famous flicks like, ‘The Dark Knight Trilogy,’ ‘Lion King’ and ‘Gladiator’ to name a few. Enjoy his mesmerizing performance live by grabbing a pair of Hans Zimmer tickets.
Finding peace in music
For some people music is the only thing that makes them feel alive. After the passing of his father, Hans Zimmer made music his best friend. Born in Germany, Hans learned to play the piano when he was a young child. He later kicked off his career in the 1970s by playing the synthesizers and keyboards with the band, Krakota. Zimmer then partnered with the new wave group, The Buggles and before long, he was seen jamming with Krisma. He also collaborated with Mecano, the Damned and Shriekback in his early years in the music industry.
Hans Zimmer then decided to move to London where he began to pen down advertising jingles for the associates of Air-Edel. He then met the prolific film composer, Stanley Myers and together, they started to fuse electronic instruments with orchestral sound. The duo also contributed music to films like, ‘Insignificance,’ ‘Moonlighting’ and ‘Success is the Best Revenge.’ In 1987, Hans Zimmer made his debut as a solo score producer by contributing his efforts to films, ‘The Last Emperor’ and ‘Terminal Exposure.’ He also composed the theme song for the British television game show, ‘Going for Gold’ in the same year with Sandy McClelland.
Reaching for the stars
Hans Zimmer got his big breakthrough when he was asked to write the score of the 1988 film, ‘Rain Man.’ He used steel drums and synthesizers in the score. The film was met with unprecedented success and garnered four Academy Awards including one in the category of the ‘Best Picture.’ Hans Zimmer’s score also earned him a nomination for an Academy Award in 1989. One year later, he was hired to write the score of Bruce Beresford Golden Globe winning film, ‘Driving Miss Daisy.’
Hans Zimmer established his name in the business before the new millennium and rose to fame when he wrote music for, ‘The Lion King’ in 1994. His work earned him a couple of Grammys, a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for the ‘Best Original Score.’ After that, he kept on entertaining the world with his masterpieces and also worked as a score producer on films like, ‘Antz,’ ‘Endurance’ and ‘With Friends Like These…’ among others.
Ruling the 2000s
2000 got off to a great start for Hans Zimmer as he composed music for four films in the year including, ‘Gladiator’ which won him his second Golden Globe Award in the category of the ‘Best Original Score.’ A year later, Hans was seen composing for films like, ‘Pearl Harbor,’ ‘Invincible’ and ‘The Pledge.’ Soon, Hans Zimmer’s demand as a score producer increased and it seemed everybody wanted him to work on their films. He did just that and composed music for many successful films like, ‘Batman Begins,’ ‘The Da Vinci Code,’ ‘The Dark Knight,’ ‘Sherlock Holmes,’ ‘Rush,’ ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ and ’12 Years a Slave’ among others.
Hans Zimmer most recently provided scores to flicks like, ‘Kung Fu Panda 3,’ ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,’ ‘Hidden Figures’ and ‘Inferno.’ The four time Satellite Award winning composer is now embarking on a tour and will soon be captivating you with his music in venues like, the Park Theater Monte Carlo, Microsoft Theater and the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium. This is your chance to enjoy his tunes live. Book your Hans Zimmer tickets and enjoy the show.
Hans Zimmer Profession
- Interstellar (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
- Inception: Music from the Motion Picture
- Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron
- The Dark Knight
- Man of Steel
Hans Zimmer Movies
Man kann ja nie wissen, The Distortion of Sound
Hans Zimmer Awards
Academy Award for Best Original Music Score, More
Hans Zimmer Songs
- Now We Are Free
- Chevaliers de Sangreal
- No Time for Caution
- Why Do We Fall
- Lost but Won
- Dream Is Collapsing
- Hoist the Colours
- You're So Cool
- Up Is Down
- Cornfield Chase
- Po Vs Tai Lung
- First Step
- Leave No Man Behind
- Alex on the Spot
- Drink Up Me Hearties
- This Land
- Oogway Ascends
- A Small Measure of Peace
- Remember Who You Are
- Honor Him
- God Yu Tekem Laef Blong Mi
- King of Pride Rock
- A Dark Knight
- Like a Dog Chasing Cars
- The Fire Rises
- The Red Capes Are Coming
- Day One
- Zoosters Breakout
HANS ZIMMER NEWS AND UPDATES
Hans Zimmer Announces New Live Album
Hans Zimmer recently announced a new live album titled ‘Live in Prague.’ It was recorded during his recent tour. It includes music from a variety of movies like The Lion King, The Dark Knight Trilogy, Pirates of the Caribbean, Interstellar, Gladiator and many more. The recordings feature Zimmer performing alongside a 72-piece band which includes Johnny Marr, the former Smiths guitarist. The live album is slated to release via Eagle Rock Entertainment on November 3. For those that have missed Zimmer’s live performances can enjoy them in this record
Hans Zimmer announces new North American tour dates
There is some great news for the fans of Hans Zimmer as the Academy Award winning has added more dates to his international tour. He will now also be trekking through North America. Zimmer will be performing his first show of the road trip on April 14th at Los Angeles’s Microsoft Theater. He will then be playing shows at venues like, The Park Theater, Perth Arena, Hartwall Arena and Ergo Arena before he concludes his tour on August 12th by rocking the stage at San Diego’s Viejas Arena.
Hans Zimmer Tickets Prices
The average price for Hans Zimmer Tickets start from $208. The minimum get in price is $147 for Hans Zimmer Tickets at the St. Jakobshalle, Basel. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|The World of Hans Zimmer||Basel||7-Nov-18||$226||$147|
|The World of Hans Zimmer||Geneva||8-Nov-18||$208||$173|
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Q:Is it true that Hans Zimmer is going Live On Tour?
A:It is true that Hans Zimmer will be hitting the road this summer. The Academy Award winning composer will launch his tour in July and is expected to mesmerize the fans with his epic performances in cities including Zurich, Nashville and New York before he ends his trek in August. So, if you are a fan of his music then it is advised to buy your Hans Zimmer Tickets from our website because our brokers are currently selling them there at very reasonable prices.