The xx Tour Schedule
Indie pop act The xx have grown to be one of the most popular and successful musical groups
in the world in the past few years due in large part to their carefully crafted electronica that never fails to engage the
listener and get crowds moving. Their two studio albums can be a thrill to listen to at home or driving in your car, but the
music is clearly meant to be heard live where fans can sing and dance along and get swept up in the excitement of the live
show. For years The xx have been perfecting their craft and tightening their live show so it should be no wonder that they
are one of the most highly regarded bands in the world these days, and live performances by the band sell out regularly. StubHub
is the place to go for all of your concert tickets needs including every stop on The xx's tour.
Currently The xx are
hard at work on their third album and after years on the road and playing many of the biggest music festivals in the world
they are once again back in the studio looking to make new music that will delight their hordes of fans all over the world.
Although the group does not have any tour dates set up at this time, they often add new dates as part of festivals and on
their own. Be sure to continue to check back on StubHub to see when The xx sets up some new tour dates and to buy tickets
for all of their top selling shows.
About the Band
The xx is a wildly popular electronic indie pop band
that formed in London in 2008 and quickly gained notoriety. Their debut album, released in 2009 was the top album of the year
according to The Guardian, and their 2012 follow-up was an even bigger commercial hit that gained them droves of fans all
over the world. The band originally formed while they were students at Elliot School, playing shows in and around campus.
Elliot School is no stranger to producing hot electronic acts as other bands including Hot Chip and Four Tet also began when
their members attended the school. Concerts by The xx have been selling out all over the world and their exciting live show
never fails to leave the crowd impressed. The xx have been making waves across the music industry for years, and this electronic
post punk quartet have already influenced several other indie pop and electronic artists who have followed in their footsteps.
In addition to composing their own, unique material, the group is also acclaimed for their near-perfect covers of other pop
In 2009 The xx released their self-titled debut album which was met with near
universal praise, in fact it earned a rating of "universal praise" on the influential website Metacritic and was listed in
the top ten albums of the year by Rolling Stone and NME as well as being in the top ten NME Future 50 list. The group played
a stellar set at the CMJ Music Marathon which also drew the attention of MTV and several big record labels. They ended up
touring with the likes of Big Pink, Micachu, and Friendly Fires and had their music featured in coverage of the Winter Olympics
as well as the TV shows Person of Interest, 90210, Next Top Model, 24/7, and others. It did not take long for the hot indie
act The xx to make a name for themselves and establish themselves as a major player on the music scene.
music shows provide for some of the most exciting concert going experiences anyone could ask for, and performances by The
xx and the energy given off by their devoted fans are definitely no exception. You have been dancing and partying most of
the night and then suddenly the music picks up and the whole venue seems to surge with energy. The xx has taken the stage
and started belting out their utterly unique sound that has everyone in the venue going wild. The party has really just started
in earnest and now you're hoping that this night never ends. Just when you think it cannot get any better than this, The xx
increases the energy level even higher as the audience starts to go crazier and crazier. Dancing and sweating the night away
with a crowd full of enthusiastic The xx fans is something you will never forget and by the time they end their set you will
be anxiously awaiting the next time they comes to town.
The band was chosen to play at the 2010
All Tomorrow's Parties festival in Minehead, England by the Simpsons creator Matt Groening who was curating the event. They
have claimed to be influenced by such diverse acts as Jimi Hendrix, Joy Division, the Cure, Aaliyah, and others.