From prog-rock pioneers to the world’s biggest boyband to the queen of feisty pop-rock, the Pepsi Center’s line-up for 2013 should have something for everyone. Here’s a look at five major artists who have released Denver concert tickets for shows at the venue over the next few months.
A month before their 3D concert film hits the big screen, One Direction will bring their infectious brand of pure pop to the city on July 24. The teen idols, whose mammoth Take Me Home tour will have taken in 128 shows by the time it concludes at Melbourne in October, will no doubt treat their screaming army of fans to their new single, “Best Song Ever,” alongside all the hits from 2011 debut Up All Night and 2012’s chart-topping Take Me Home. One Direction tickets are available on TiqIQ at a get-in price of $135 and average price of $570.
Joined by an eight-piece string ensemble and a conductor, Canada’s premier rock outfit will take to the Pepsi Center stage on August 2 with Rush tickets on offer at a get-in price of $67 and average price of $199. The penultimate date of their lengthy Clockwork Angels tour will inevitably focus on their album of the same name, which peaked at a career-high of No.2 last year. But fans of their unique blend of blues-metal, prog-rock and sci-fi-fantasy can also look forward to several classics and live favorites during the band’s value-for-money 2 ½ hour set.
Denver concert tickets are also on sale for Rush’s natural successors, Muse, who will resume the North American leg of their The 2nd Law World tour on Sept 17. Fresh from a headline slot at the Rock In Rio Festival, the hugely theatrical production will see the band perform the majority of last year’s UK chart-topping LP alongside the best of their 14-year back catalogue including early singles “Sundown” and Unintended,” US Hot 100 hit “Uprising” and their cover of Nina Simone’s “Feeling Good.” There are thousands of Muse tickets for this date remaining on TiqIQ with a get-in price of $57 and average price of $126.
Joined by original guitarist Bernie Leadon for the first time since 1975, classic rock legends Eagles will visit the Pepsi Center on October 5. Coinciding with the release of their big-screen documentary, History Of The Eagles, the Hotel California group’s latest reunion tour is expected to feature solo performances from Joe Walsh and Don Henley alongside renditions of their US number ones “One Of These Nights,” “Best Of My Love” and “Heartache Tonight.” Fans can still get their hands on The Eagles tickets on TiqIQ at a get-in price of $77 and average price of $350.
Arguably more successful now than she ever has been, Pink will also stop off at the same venue on October 18 as her extensive The Truth About Love tour begins its second North American leg. The 33-year-old has received some of the most glowing reviews of her career thanks to the show’s use of Cirque Du Soleil-esque acrobatics and a hit-packed set covering everything from 2000 debut single “There You Go” right up to her recent US chart-topper, “Just Give Me A Reason.” Pink tickets are still available to buy on TiqIQ with a get-in price of $111 and average price of $359.
With such an exciting few months of live music ahead, be sure to keep checking back on TiqIQ for the latest information on Denver concert tickets.