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At The Drive-In Tickets
At The Drive-In TicketsPost-punk rock band At The Drive-In has a tumultuous story. Despite getting signed right out of high school and an upward trajectory during the group's first years, At The Drive-In broke up shortly after a frenzied tour to promote the group's third album, which was loved by fans and critics alike. Members Omar Rodríguez-Lópeza and Cedric Bixler-Zavala formed The Mars Volta in the interim while Ward, Hajjar, and Hinojos would form the group's own band, Sparta. At The Drive-In was no more until 2012 when the group came back with a bang and appeared at Coachella, Lollapalooza, Reading Destival and Leeds Festival, among others. More drama lead to a second breakup and a breakup for The Mars Volta as well. However, a second reunion was in the cards, and At The Drive-In resumed playing in 2016 and even released the group's latest album, in•ter a•li•a, despite professing that no new music was forthcoming.
Influence Doesn't Promise EnduranceGuitarist Jim Ward and vocalist Cedric Bixler-Zavala formed At The Drive-In in 1994. After finding the group's final form, releasing a full-length album and touring with hundreds of other bands, At The Drive-In found themselves struggling when the group's record label stopped producing music. Eager to make a music career work, the artists approached every indie label they could find until Bob and Michelle Becker of Fearless Records decided to give the young men a chance. It wasn't until a move to Grand Royal that the group would have a charting record, Relationship of Command, and At The Drive-In's first mainstream-successful single, "One Armed Scissor." The album released several songs that charted the UK and received accolades from critics. Some view it as the penultimate post-hardcore album. Mike Diver from the BBC even described the album as "the high against which every post-hardcore record since 2000 has been measured." Unfortunately, the band's drama led to its first breakup, during which Rodríguez-López and Cedric Bixler-Zavala would achieve success as The Mars Volta. After six albums with The Mars Volta, attention returned again to At The Drive-In. The artists began playing music together after a long break, and the group even released its highest-charting album on the Billboard 200. The album's four singles failed to chart, however, and another hiatus was announced after the group's 2018 tour.
Where can I buy At The Drive-In tickets?You can purchase At The Drive-In tickets at StubHub.
Will At The Drive-In tour in 2019?The band is currently on hiatus after the group's 2018 tour. Keep up wtih StubHub to see information about any upcoming tour dates.
What's At The Drive-In's setlist like?Among the most frequently played songs are "One Armed Scissor," "Pattern Against User," "Arcarsenal," "Napoleon Solo" and "Sleepwalk Capsules." "One Armed Scissor" is typically the last song of the set or an encore song.
How long is an At The Drive-In concert?The band typically plays around 13 songs for each concert.
What can I expect from an At The Drive-In concert?True to the group's punk roots, the band has a lot of energy, sometimes climbing and jumping from equipment. The musicians' performances focus on emotion rather than perfection. There are no fancy costumes, just jeans and T-shirts.
Who are the members of At The Drive-In?The final lineup includes Cedric Bixler-Zavala on vocals, bassists Omar Rodríguez-López and Paul Hinojos, drummer Tony Hajjar and guitarist Keeley Davis. Bixler-Zavala along with founding member Jim Ward were the only two members to remain with the band until its first breakup. Ward rejoined the band when it reunited in 2012 but left in the same year to focus on Sparta. No other band members have played with the band as long.
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