Ataris Concert Schedule
Pop punk band The Ataris has been rocking out on stages around the world since forming in 1995, and now they might be bringing hits like "The Boys of Summer" and "In This Diary" to a concert venue near you. It's been more than two decades since The Ataris first formed, but this cool punk rock band can still put on wildly entertaining, high energy live shows. So when The Ataris stops at a concert venue near you in the upcoming months, make sure that you are in the audience to experience some of your favorite pop punk hits in concert.
This year, The Ataris will be performing their iconic punk anthems at venues like the Rex Theatre in Pittsburgh and the Agora Theatre in Cleveland. These shows are bound to attract punk rock fans of all ages, and you too could join in on the fun by purchasing your Ataris tickets before it's too late.
The Ataris' roots can be traced back to 1995, when Kristopher Roe and Jasin Thomason first began making music together in Roe' bedroom. Eventually, this small music project evolved into a full-fledged rock band, and in 1997 The Ataris released their debut album, "Anywhere But Here," which helped generate recognition in the underground rock scene. Their 1998 EP, "Look Forward to Failure," made an even bigger splash on the punk rock scene, and for the next several years The Ataris garnered a large following thanks to their extensive touring and catchy punk rock tunes. In 2003, The Ataris made their major label debut with "So Long, Astoria," which was released on Columbia Records. The album launched The Ataris into the mainstream punk spotlight, as it featured hits like "The Saddest Song" and "The Boys of Summer," both of which achieved significant success on the Billboard music charts.
After the success of their debut major label release, The Ataris maintained their position at the forefront of modern pop punk. They continued to put on high-energy punk shows and record hot new tracks, and thus they still have an incredibly loyal fan base spread throughout the country. To date, The Ataris has released five studio albums: "Anywhere but Here" (1997), "Blue Skies, Broken Hearts… Next 12 Exits" (1999), "End Is Forever" (2001), "So Long, Astoria" (2003) and "Welcome the Night" (2007). The band's sound is commonly categorized as pop punk and punk rock, but their style has also been considered emo and skate punk. The current Ataris lineup consists of Kristopher Roe, Nick Turner, Bryan Nelson and Thomas Holst. While the Ataris lineup has changed numerous times over the decades, the band has always featured some of the best musicians in the punk realm, which is why you definitely don't want to miss the chance to see this acclaimed group of punk musicians in concert this year. Don't be caught without your Ataris tickets when this beloved punk band stops at a venue near you.
The Ataris Greatest Moments
The Ataris' most successful album to date is "So Long, Astoria," which peaked at number 24 on the Billboard 200 and eventually went gold in the U.S.
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