Erasure Concert Schedule
This synth-based power duo has created a huge commotion in the music world over the past
several decades, as this British new wave outfit has cranked out major dance hits like "A Little Respect", "Chains", and "Always".
Erasure is comprised of Andy Bell and Vince Clarke, two phenomenally talented musicians who just want to supply the world
with awesome beats and incredible lyrics. Since 1985, Erasure has done just that, and this synthpop duo has amassed millions
of fans all over the world with its insanely catchy beats and hooks. Whenever Erasure steps out on stage, you can expect the
entire venue to transform into a dance party, as nobody can resist moving their feet and singing loudly when Erasure starts
performing their biggest hits!
Whether you have loved Erasure since the '80s or have just recently jumped on board with
the new wave scene, you are in luck! Erasure is gearing up for another highly anticipated North America tour, and you definitely
don't want to miss out! Starting in October, Erasure will be bringing their infectious synthpop sound to cities like Hollywood,
Atlantic City, Boston, Toronto, Chicago, Milwaukee, Nashville, San Antonio, Dallas, New Orleans, San Diego, Phoenix, Salt
Lake City, Las Vegas, New York, Oakland, and more!
This famed synthpop duo has built an incredible musical career throughout
the decades, and now they are ready to bring all of their best tunes to a stage near you! Don't miss out on seeing Erasure
in concert and grab your tickets on StubHub today!
Erasure is a synthpop duo formed
in 1985 by Andy Bell and Vince Clarke. While Clarke had extensive experience in music prior to forming the power duo, Bell
was an unknown talent that rose to fame through Erasure. Clarke was a founding member of Depeche Mode, and he also is credited
with writing the group's biggest hits, including their biggest smash hit "Just Can't Get Enough". Clarke also formed the group
Yazoo (or Yaz) after Depeche Mode disintegrated, so by the time he decided to pair up with Andy Bell, Clarke was already an
international music star. Bell, on the other hand, had virtually no recognition in the music industry. While working at a
women's shoes store in England, Bell saw an ad looking for a singer. He responded to the ad and met Vince Clarke, who was
immediately taken with Bell's phenomenal vocal talents, so the two decided to form one of the most popular synthpop duos of
Erasure struggled to gain a major foothold in the UK and the US with their first few releases. They did achieve
some international success in Germany, France, and Australia with some of their earlier releases, and they finally got their
big break with their fourth single, "Sometimes". This catchy new wave song became a big hit in the UK, and its popularity
also helped propel their next several songs to the tops of music charts. Erasure followed "Sometimes" with other hit singles,
such as "The Circus", "Victim of Love", and "It Doesn't Have to Be". After a couple of years of struggling to achieve greatness,
Erasure had finally earned their spot at the forefront of the new wave movement. Decades later, Erasure still remains one
of the most beloved synthpop groups of all time, and you could snag tickets to one of their upcoming shows by heading to StubHub
Since emerging onto the music scene in 1986, Erasure has been one of the most prolific
and consistent duos around. They have released 15 studio albums, eight compilation albums, seven EPs, and 41 singles. Some
of Erasure's most popular songs include "Victim of Love", "Chains of Love", "A Little Respect", "Drama!", "Chorus", "Love
to Hate You", "Breath of Life", "Always", "Run to the Sun", "Breathe", and "I Could Fall in Love With You". With so many gold
and platinum albums in their repertoire, you can always assume that Erasure will put on a knockout show whenever this synthpop
duo takes the stage. When Erasure performs at a venue near you, make sure that you are in the audience by grabbing your tickets
on StubHub today!
Erasure has collaborated on music projects with artists like Cyndi Lauper, Sparks,
Lene Lovich, and more.
If you want to relive some of the best synthpop music of the past
several decades, there is only one band you should see live—Erasure. Since the Eighties, Erasure has been consistently
cranking out hit after hit, and music lovers can't get enough of Erasure's infectious dance tunes. Fortunately, this power
duo still has as much energy and enthusiasm as ever before, which means that you have a chance to see them perform during
their upcoming tour! Don't miss out on seeing Erasure rock out in concert and grab your tickets on StubHub before they all