Weird Al Yankovic Tickets
Weird Al Yankovic is an award winning iconic American artist who has amused and awed people all over the world with his fantastic music, usually a parody of other famous artist’s works. In fact, by making such parodies, Weird Al Yankovic has risen to become even more famous than those he has parodied. He has also released numerous original songs with his music lying in the parody, polka and comedy genres. Weird Al Yankovic hails from Lynwood within the US state of California and has been entertaining Americans and people all over the world since back in 1976 with each and every year becoming more and more fascinating. Thus, if you are looking for the most wondrous music that is also hilarious, you should definitely go be part of his live concert through Weird Al Yankovic Tickets.
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In the world of music, has played many roles. He is a record producer, a singer, s songwriter, a producer and a musician. Aside from that, he is also a fantastic film director, a superb parodist, a satirist and an incredible actor in some of the best movies to have come out of Hollywood. As an instrumentalist, Weird Al Yankovic is a master of the accordion and also plays the keyboards. He has been signed onto to several record labels including Capitol Records, Volcano Records and Scotti Brothers Records. Surprisingly, many famous artists consider it an honor if Weird Al Yankovic parodies their songs and artists like Michael Jackson, Nirvana and Chamillionaire.
Famous Weird Al Yankovic songs include The Saga Begins, a parody of American Pie by Don McLean. This amazing song told the entire plot of the Star Wars movie, The Phanton Menace, before the movie was released and is today one of the greatest songs by Weird Al Yankovic. He has parodied not one but two Michael Jackson songs; Beat It became Eat It and Bad became Fat. The legendary Michael Jackson was a huge fan of Weird Al Yankovic so much so that he allowed Weird Al Yankovic to record a video for his song, Badder, on the set for the Michael Jackson massive hit, Moonwalker as well as Weird Al Yankovic appearing on the video for Liberian Girl.
He has also parodied the best known Nirvana song, Smells Like Teen Spirit and released it as Smells Like Nirvana; when this iconic rock band heard of this parody, they truly felt that they had ‘made it’ in the world of music. Nirvana members were found laughing hysterically at the music video of Smells Like Nirvana. Other artists include Mark Knopfler from Dire Straits who allowed Weird Al Yankovic to parody his song Money for Nothing and even went so far as to play guitar in the parody. George Lucas, the man behind the Star Wars franchise was absolutely thrilled by Weird Al Yankovic’s The Saga Begins.
One of the latest Weird Al Yankovic parodies is a parody of the Lady Gaga hit track, Born This Way, released as Perform This Way with Lady Gaga herself being a very big fans of this artist’s music. Thus, an artist whose biggest fans include the most legendary and famous artists and bands in American history is truly someone you need to see live to find out why Lady Gaga, Michael Jackson, Nirvana and even George Lucas have been thrilled by his works.
In figures, Weird Al Yankovic has old over twelve million albums as of 2007 and released a total of one hundred and fifty original and parody songs. He has performed live over a thousand times and won three Grammy Award and nine Grammy Award nominations. Four of his spectacular albums have been certified gold and six more albums have received the platinum certification. Thus, a man who can call Michael Jackson a big fan and has not one but six platinum albums is truly an iconic figure to be seen live on stage through Weird Al Yankovic Tickets.
WEIRD AL YANKOVIC NEWS AND UPDATES
"Weird Al" Yankovic announces 'Strings Attached Tour'
Weird Al Yankovic announces 'Ill-Advised Tour'
The four-time Grammy winner, Weird Al Yankovic is a man of many talents. He is now going to embark on the ‘Ill-Advised Tour.’ Yankovic will begin the trek by performing his first show in Poughkeepsie on February 27, 2018. He will then go on to entrain fans with his performances in cities like, Boston, Montreal, Toronto, Ann Arbor, New York and Des Moines. Weird Al Yankovic will also be playing two shows in Minneapolis on April 3rd and 4th. His last show of the tour is scheduled to take place at the Meyer Theatre in Green Bay on June 10, 2018.
Weird Al Yankovic Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for Weird Al Yankovic tickets is $79. The date and location for this event is 1-Sep-19 at Verizon Arena, North Little Rock. The minimum get-in price for Weird Al Yankovic tickets is $60.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Weird Al Yankovic||North Little Rock||1-Sep-19||$79||$60|
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Q:Will Weird Al Yankovic perform a show in San Antonio?
A:Yes! The multi-time Grammy winner, Weird Al Yankovic will be playing a show in San Antonio. That concert will be take place live at the Majestic Theatre on June 16, 2020. Our certified brokers are selling Weird Al Yankovic tickets for that show as of now at an average price which is currently at $148. So, buy your tickets now and have a great time at the show.
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A:We do offer the option of refunding provided that you meet our terms and conditions mentioned on the policies page of our website. So, please go through them first and if you successfully meet the requirements only then you will be able to refund your Weird Al Yankovic tickets.
Q:Can you share Weird Al Yankovic tour dates?
A:Of course! The Grammy Award winning parody singer, Weird Al Yankovic will be starting his tour with a show at the Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater on June 5, 2020. He will then fly to Fort Lauderdale to play his second concert at the Au Rene Theater at Broward Ctr For The Perf Arts on June 6, 2020. From there, Yankovic will go on to trek through cities like Orlando, New Orleans, San Antonio, Austin and Madison before he ends the tour by playing his last show at the Verizon Arena on September 1, 2020.