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Rob Zombie Tickets
Rob Zombie TicketsRob Zombie is a dedicated horror fan, and everything from his appearance to stage design to lyrics to stage name represents that adoration. He has had a long and illustrious career thanks to his ability to make horror and metal palatable to the mainstream. A regular on the festival circuit, Rob Zombie brings that flair when he plays at shows such as Rock USA, Hellfest, and Knotfest. His specific style of industrial-infused rock is easily recognizable because he honed it with his previous band, White Zombie, before releasing the smash album Hellbilly Deluxe, and it has served him well over the last two decades. All of his albums, each with a name that harkens to Zombie's love of horror, have made it to the top 10 on Billboard's 200 lists.
Rob Zombie Is Never Gonna StopIt's hard to believe that a song based about a car on the '60s TV show The Munsters made fans, who are sometimes called Zombieheads, obsessed, but "Dragula" did just this. Rob Zombie's first solo single captured the world's attention, shooting up the charts and even landing at No. 1 in Canada. The next two singles of Rob Zombie's freshman album also did well, helping the album sell more than 2.6 million copies worldwide and earn 3x Platinum certification. Rob Zombie has never compromised his vision, bringing his flair for the macabre to the big screen when he directed the film House of 1000 Corpses and its sequel. While Zombie achieved success in Hollywood, he could never leave music far behind.
Where can I buy Rob Zombie tickets?Tickets for Rob Zombie arena shows and festival appearances are available at StubHub.
Will Rob Zombie tour in 2019?Rob Zombie is in the middle of the Twins of Evil Hell Never Dies Tour 2019 with Marilyn Manson, with whom he released a cover of "Helter Skelter." The tour has various stops in Canada and the United States. In between tour dates, Rob Zombie will also play at music fests, including Rock Fest, Las Rageous, Aftershock and Pain in the Grass.
What should you expect from a Rob Zombie concert?Stage design at a Rob Zombie concert relies heavily on horror and macabre symbolism with the images of famous monsters (Frankenstein, the Wolfman, and more from the Universal and Hammer Horror franchises) in the background. Rob and his bandmates wear black, typically leather, while band members paint their faces with black and white makeup. Rob Zombie often wears a leather cowboy hat and jackets with long fringes. The overall appearance is a combination of rockabilly, horror and goth/metal.
What's a typical Rob Zombie setlist?Rob Zombie may repeat his setlists once or twice, but they're not always the same. Fans can expect to hear songs such as "American Witch," "Superbeast" and "Living Dead Girl." Rob will also sing songs such as "More Human Than Human" and "Thunder Kiss '65" from his White Zombie days. Rob Zombie often covers songs by other artists. Fans may be surprised at some of the styles covered, including "Take Me Home, Country Roads," originally by John Denver or "Helter Skelter," which was recorded by the Beatles and has since been released as a single by Rob Zombie and Marilyn Manson. Frequently, the last song or encore song is "Dragula."
What festivals does Rob Zombie play?During the 2019 festival season, Rob Zombie will play at Rock USA, Rock Fest, Pain in the Grass, Louder Than Life, Aftershock, Las Rageous and Knotfest Meets Hellfest.
Who are Rob Zombie's band members?Aside from Rob himself, the band includes John 5 on guitars and backing vocals, Piggy D. on bass and backing vocals and Ginger Fish on drums. His wife and star of most of his films, Sheri Moon Zombie, usually performs on stage as a dancer as well as developing choreography and designing costumes.
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