The Goo Goo Dolls Peoria Tickets
The Goo Goo Dolls Peoria tickets for the band’s upcoming headlining Miracle Pill Tour are on sale now. Grab your tickets before they get sold out. They will visit all major cities in support of their upcoming 12th music album of the same name. The Goo Goo Dolls have been in the music industry for nearly three decades. Get ready to receive the iconic duo at the Peoria Civic Center Theatre on November 5, 2019.
The new album is slated for a September 13, 2019 release. Fans can expect to listen to new music at upcoming concerts. There would be two supporting acts joining in on the Miracle Pill Tour. Beach Slang and The Unlikely Candidates will make their way around North America as opening acts with the band.
Are you ready for some alternate rock and roll music? Get your hands on The Goo Goo Dolls Peoria tickets to enjoy their new music.
Iris was an April 1998 single released by the band. Johnny Rzeznik (band member) wrote the record for the "City of Angels" soundtrack. Iris broke records. It debuted on the Hot 100 Airplay at number 66. After 18 weeks it had moved up to the number one position. It debuted and retained its number 9 spot on the Hot 100 list for 14 weeks. Iris also got in the Mainstream Rock Tracks at number 8. It had kept its first place on the Alternative Songs list for a total of five weeks. The record took the number one spot on the Mainstream Top 40 as well. Billboard Adult Top 40 list had the single as number one for 17 weeks. The song got certified platinum four times.
Miracle Pill is a new single by the multi platinum rock stars. It got released in July 2019. It is the lead promotional track for the album of the same name. The title of the single and album is a metaphor. It signifies how humans look for instant relief from their issues. Rzeznik wrote this because he observed that in current times it seems people are losing hope.
On their co-headlining tour with Train in summer 2019, they had performed this record to promote the "Miracle Pill" album before it releases in fall.