Phoenix Tickets

Phoenix is an alt-rock band from France that formed 14 years ago. In 2000, their song “Too Young” appeared on the soundtrack of “Lost in Translation” (the vocalist is married to director Sofia Coppola). The quartet achieved mainstream success four years later with singles “Everything Is Everything” and “Run Run Run.” The band is now on its fifth studio album, “Bankrupt!” At this point, members Thomas Mars, Deck d'Arcy, Christian Mazzalai and Laurent Brancowitz have played many shows in numerous countries. Get Phoenix tickets from Razorgator today. We have Phoenix schedule and tickets available! Find the best seats for Phoenix.

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Phoenix Tour News and Updates

2014 Tour

3/7/14 – French electro-rockers Phoenix announced a brief North American tour that includes appearances at this year’s Governor’s Ball and Bonnaroo festivals. In the interim, Phoenix will hit Washington DC (avg. $96), Montreal (avg. $139), Toronto, and Detroit (avg. $103). Of late, the band has been touring overseas and has gigs planned on the horizon for Australia, South America, and Europe. Don’t miss the beloved French pop connoisseurs as they rock out near you this June!
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Phoenix 2013 Tour

Phoenix last toured between March and May of this year. Following 10 shows in North America by the indie rock band, they jetted off to Europe for 8 concerts. The French rock stars will finish their concert series in their home country in mid-August. After, we'll see members Thomas Mars, Deck d'Arcy, Christian Mazzalai and Laurent Brancowitz back in the states for multiple music festivals and a few additional shows in the U.S. this October including: Boston, Brooklyn, and Los Angeles. The October shows are during the week, either on a Tuesday or Wednesday. Phoenix tickets are starting around $60 which is a great price for such a talented band!

Phoenix is slated to perform at the Budweiser Made in America Festival at the end of August. Beyonce, Queens of the Stone Age, and Nine Inch Nails are also included in the lineup. Phoenix will then perform live at the 2013 iHeartRadio Music Festival the third weekend of September. Following Phoenix concerts in Boston and Brooklyn, the band will perform at the Austin City Limits Festival with Muse, Kings of Leon, and Franz Ferdinand among others. The reason for so many festivals on the Phoenix concert schedule? They've said it is a challenge and a chance to broaden their audience.

Expect the Phoenix set-list to consist of largely new music from their fifth studio album Bankrupt!. Front man Thomas Mars says the group doesn't like to tour old material. The album topped three different U.S. charts and is the first since Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix.
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