The whispery, hushed voice of Leslie Feist has been winning in the past few years, as her exciting releases have started
attracting a steady following. With the carefree hit music video "1234," Feist was introduced to mainstream listeners that
fell in love with her charming personality and amazing music. They'll doubtlessly be lining up for concert tickets to see her live.
Though she's only begun to gain mainstream notice in the past few years, Feist has toured along with well-known indie acts
for years. Fresh out of high school, she was opening for the Ramones in a punk band. She later toured with a band that opened
for The Tragically Hip, and as a solo artist, opened for Peaches. She worked with Broken Social Scene for their sophomore
Blissful, jazzy music is Feist's forte. Her second full-length, Let It Die, made her an hit with the indie crowd, while
2007's The Reminder introduced her to a much larger audience with great songs like "1234," "Sea Lion," "The Water" and "The
Moon and My Man." Expect Feist tickets to sell fast, so make sure you get a pair soon!
There's a rush for tickets to Feist's
latest concert tour, but if you use StubHub, you don't have to worry about tickets selling out. Well, let's say you don't
have to worry quite as much. They're still popular and going fast, but if you move quickly, you can get tickets to see Feist
when she takes the stage at a venue near you.