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One of the most critically acclaimed acts to come along in the history of progressive music, the band, Yes, is still touting their quintessential English art-rock music that has transcended decades! Don't miss out on your chance to rediscover the cosmic and mystical lyrics of Yes – along with the impressive live stage sets and extended compositions this phenomenal group is noted for.

You can find them in 2014 at venues like Save On Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria, British Columbia; Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver, British Columbia; Prospera Place in Kelowna, British Columbia; Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary, Alberta; Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Edmonton, Alberta; Pantages Playhouse Theatre in Winnipeg, Manitoba; General Motors Centre in Oshawa, Ontario; National Arts Centre in Ottawa, Ontario; Hamilton Place Theatre in Hamilton, Ontario; The Borgata Event Center in Atlantic City in New Jersey; and Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

To keep up with all of Yes' future live performances, all you need to do is sign up for event updates through StubHub, so you will automatically be in the know when Yes is headed to your neck of the woods. So what are you waiting for?! Take a look around StubHub today!


Yes Background

British progressive rock band, Yes, hails from London. The band's inception dates back to 1968 and has experienced various lineup changes and splits over the years. The show-stopping Yes pioneered the music scene in the '70s with a progressive rock combo sound and continues to forge ahead.

Frontman Jon Anderson ventured out in the midst of the British beat boom as a bandmate of the Warriors. He eventually played in the band, Gun, before pursuing a solo career in 1967. He was barely making a living at La Chasse during the summer of 1968 and was tossing around the idea of founding a new band. By chance, he met up with Chris Squire, a bassist/vocalist, and a former member of the band, the Syn. The two discovered they had a lot in common, and within just days, they were penning songs together.

They worked hard on integrating harmonies with a strong rock backing. According to Squire, their biggest inspiration when they were first starting out was the Fifth Dimension. They eventually enlisted three other members to join them on their musical quest, and the name Yes was adopted based on being "short, direct and memorable."

The British music scene was evolving. Lovely melodies and delicate sounds were being replaced by bolder sounds of bands like Cream. And, bands like Deep Purple and the Nice were also surfacing, bringing progressive rock to light.

For Yes, their big break arrived in the fall of 1968. Yes was invited to play at London's Speakeasy Club, filling in for Sly & the Family Stone.

They continued their momentum in the spotlight when they opened for Cream at their farewell concert in November 1968, at Royal Albert Hall. The concert opened doors for them, earning a residency at the Marquee Club in London. They also made their first radio appearance on the Top Gear radio show that was hosted by John Peel. Yes then opened for Janis Joplin in the spring of 1969 at the Royal Albert Hall and inked a deal with Atlantic Records shortly after.

Sweetness was their debut single. And their eponymous album arrived in November 1969. The record served as a crystal-clear example of their basic sound that would became their signature for albums that followed, defined by perfect high harmonies.

In early 1970, Yes supported the Nice while they worked on their sophomore album. Time and a Word came out in June 1970. The group's reputation continued to grow in England as they continued to gain exposure at concerts, including serving as the opening act for Iron Butterfly. The Yes Album, released in the spring of 1971, gave the public a looking-glass into the band's true potential as a singing group. The album landed at No. 7 in England and a year later, it crossed the pond and reached No. 40 in the U.S.

In early 1971, Yes opened for Jethro Tull during their debut U.S. tour. And they returned to share the marquee with the J. Geils Band and Ten Years After.

The group set to work on Fragile, which featured songs like The South Side of the Sky, Roundabout, Heart of the Sunrise and Long Distance Runaround. Fragile charted at No. 7 in England and No. 4 in the U.S.

Throughout the remainder of the '70s and '80s, Yes continued to crank out albums, despite what seemed like a continuously revolving lineup.

And today, all you need to say is "yes" to the band with smash hit songs like Time and a Word, Astral Traveler and Owner of a Lonely Heart, and get tickets to see them live today!


Yes Trivia

Yes has cornered a large international following and has been creating music for nearly 50 years. Nearly half of their 20 studio albums have landed in the Top 10 on either U.S. or U.K. charts.

Get your tickets today and rediscover the group that creates songs with instrumental variety for a mix of classical and rock music. After seeing a Yes concert, you will understand how Yes fans are captivated by the band's innovative style and complex musical arrangements with dynamic contrasts that contribute to the band's authentic brand.


Yes Albums

Yes is responsible for many fine works, including The Yes Album, Fragile, Close to the Edge, Tales from Topographic Oceans, Relayer and Going for the One. The rise of punk rock at the end of the 1970s deflated Yes' album sales, but Yes was able to pick up the pieces in 1982 when Yes adopted a more pop rock style and sound that was well received. Their sales peaked across the decade with 90125, which churned out the U.S. No. 1 single, Owner of a Lonely Heart – a single still receiving airplay today! In all, nine of Yes' 20 studio albums have reached the Top 10 in either U.S. or U.K. charts, with two climbing to No. 1 in the U.K. To hear Yes' popular songs in person, make sure you check out StubHub! Don't miss your opportunity to see this legendary band in person!


Yes Concert Experience

Give a resounding "yes" to this British progressive rock band! Get your rock tickets to see a rousing performance of this unrelenting band, and head back to the '70s with the band's psychedelic roots, ethereal lyrics and dominating rock music. Yes has garnered massive throngs of hard-core fans over the years, so make sure to get your tickets early through StubHub. StubHub carries punk rock tickets, pop music,rock tickets, jazz music tickets and country music ticketscatered to every music fan's tastes. Make sure to go to StubHub to find out about upcoming theater productions, shows, basketball games and concerts today! This is going to be a show that you'll be reminiscing about well after it's over, so start making your plans as soon as you can to join in the excitement!

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