Having taken a back seat to indie and pop music in the late 1990s, demand for concert tickets to gigs by hard rick and metal acts is once again high and the genre is experiencing a renaissance. Let’s have a look at the Top 5 concert Tickets tips for Hard Rock and Metal.
1. Rammstein – Germany’s highest selling hard rock export bring their famous pyrotechnics and flair for the dramatic to the UK in February. With plenty of time to buy your tickets, make sure you catch these notorious legends of hard rock in Manchester, Birmingham or London.
2. Them Crooked Vultures – Why should you buy concert tickets to Them Crooked Vultures if, like many, you’ve never heard of them? Chances are you’ve heard of Queens of the Stone Age, Nirvana and the Foo Fighters and Led Zeppelin. Them Crooked Vultures are Josh Homme, Dave Grohl and John Paul Jones who, between them, have a hard rock pedigree unlike any other. They’re touring the UK in December so make sure to get tickets to what will be one of the gigs of the year.
3. Deep Purple – A band which has sold more than 100 million records is sure to know a thing or two about selling concert tickets, too. Deep Purple are back and touring the UK. So, if you’re in Manchester, Glasgow, Birmingham or London, you can be 100% guaranteed tickets for the rock legends will sell faster than the guitar riffs on ‘Strange Kind of Woman’. Don’t delay!
4. Alice Cooper – He’s been selling tickets to sold-out shows for over 50 years. The scratch golfer with the amazing live show comes to the UK in November to wow UK audiences with songs like ‘No More Mr. Nice Guy’ and the classic, ‘School’s Out’. When you’ve got a fan base as massive as Alice Cooper’s, worrying about selling concert tickets won’t be something he’s used to. So get your tickets today or risk disappointment!
5. Marilyn Manson – His name is actually Brian Hugh Warner. Would you buy concert tickets to see Brian Hugh Warner rock out? The change of name to Marilyn Manson seems a pretty good idea in hindsight! The shock rocker will be touring the UK in December as part of his six-gig King Shot tour.