Mayday Parade Tickets
Floridian pop-rock band Mayday Parade, first came to prominence in 2006 with their debut EP, selling more than fifty-thousand copies without support from any label. The same year the band signed with Fearless Records, and by 2009 switched to the bigger label, Atlantic Records. The group released its debut album the following year called A Lesson in Romantics, which was spotted on two Billboard charts, initially appearing on number eight on the Heatseekers chart. This album continued to go on and off the charts for forty-six weeks, while it also peaked on the thirty-first spot of Independent Albums charts, appearing on and off for three weeks. The band released their second album titled Anywhere But Here in 2009, followed by a third self-titled studio offering in 2011. The group has since been touring rigorously while it has also announced writing and recording a new album, soon after the tour comes to an end. Some of their most popular tunes include “Anywhere But Here”, “Kids in Love”, “Terrible Things” and “Oh Well, Oh Well”. Since the release of the group's third album which marked their return to their original debut album sound, Mayday Parade tickets have regained their popularity among pop-rock, punk and alternative rock fans.
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Mayday Parade was originally comprised of Derek Sanders as lead vocalist, acoustic guitarist and keyboardist; Jeremy Lenzo as vocalist and bass guitarist; Alex Garcia as lead guitarist; Jake Bundrick as percussionist, drummer and vocalist; Jason Lancaster as guitarist; and Brook Betts as rhythm guitarist. They had not yet decided on their name when they first started recording their EP called Tales Told by Friends Dead, alongside producer Lee Dyess. After the EP's release the band took its first tour of the US with California-based rock group Melee and Brandtson, following which they toured with the famous pop punk act Plain White T's. By 2007, the band was on its way to recording their first studio offering titled A Lesson in Romantics, shortly after the completion of which, Lancaster quit working with them. The album included their tracks "Take This to Heart", "Jersey", "Black Cat", "Jamie All Over", "Ocean and Atlantic", and "Miserable at Best", among several others. The offering was issued in July, so that the group got to promote it on their Vans Warped Tour, which also marked their first UK performance at the well-known Give It a Name festival of London and Sheffield. They played the same tour the following year while also performing with the likes of Every Avenue, All Time Low and The Maine.
Mayday Parade started working on their next record by the end of 2008, which was the first time they had to do the lyrics without Lancaster's lyrical talent. After releasing the album in 2009, the band went on the Fall Ball tour with co-headliner The Academy Is…, alongside which they included more groups like The Secret Handshake, Set Your Goals and You Me at Six. The next year they went on the Take Action tour with There for Tomorrow, A Rocket to Moon, and We the Kings. On their 2010 compilation offering called Punk Goes Classic Rock, they performed classic covers such as Queen's We Are the Champions. They next issued a cover of Jason Derulo's In My Head on Punk Goes Pop 3.
In 2010, Songkick magazine named Mayday Parade as the most hardworking band of the year with nearly two-hundred bookings, placing artists such as Lady Gaga and Willie Nelson on the seventh and eighth places in comparison. The band continued making extensive live performances into the next year, playing each day on the Australian Soundwave Festival, as well as the Slam Dunk Festivals of both South and North in Hatfield and Leeds. The group has recently been touring with The Maine, performing close to sold-out shows across the U.S. Grab hold of Mayday Parade tickets and be there to watch the quintet play some of its most crowd-roaring material.
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The average price for Mayday Parade Tickets start from $64. The minimum get in price is $40 for Mayday Parade Tickets at the Tower Theatre - OK, Oklahoma City. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Mayday Parade||New Orleans||20-Sep-20||$66||$42|
|Mayday Parade||Oklahoma City||22-Sep-20||$64||$40|
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