There aren't any Events on the horizon right now.
Santigold TicketsBorn Santi White, Santogold picked up her musical moniker as a nickname from a friend. She was raised in Philadelphia, attending Germantown Friends School and Wesleyan University. Santigold studied music at university and spent time in the punk band Stiffed. She also worked in A&R for a record label. However, her solo career has brought her the most attention and critical acclaim so far.
Her Make-BelieveSantigold's music is somewhat difficult to categorize. She's often seen as something of an alternative artist. Her music is soulful, punk-inspired and even has elements of arena rock. Her single "L.E.S Artistes" features an anthemic chorus that in many way stakes her claims as an artist. Santigold's unique vibe has attracted plenty of critical acclaim. Her debut album, Santogold, references genres from New Wave to reggae. It's an extremely confident debut and really put Santigold on the map. Her follow-up album, Master of My Make-Believe, reached No. 1 on the US Electronic Albums chart and No. 21 on the US charts overall. It also charted at No. 16 in Australia. Santigold's most recent full-length album, released in 2016, is 99¢. In 2018, she released the mixtape I Don't Want: The Gold Fire Sessions.
Where can I buy Santigold tickets?Whether she's playing the Hollywood Bowl or the Afropunk Festival in Brooklyn, StubHub's got the hookup for Santigold tickets. As the largest ticket marketplace in the world, StubHub can get you in to see almost any live event.
Where is Santigold playing?In 2019, Santigold is touring on the 10th anniversary of her first solo album release. The Ten Years Golder Tour is stopping at the House of Blues in Boston, the Vic in Chicago and the Palladium in Los Angeles, among other venues. In terms of festivals, Santigold is playing everywhere from the Outside Lands Festival in San Francisco to Afropunk in Brooklyn.
What can I expect from a Santigold concert?With Santigold, you can expect an engaging show and a mix of genres. On her current tour, Santigold is playing every song off her debut album. She's rounding out the setlist with selections from her later albums, and a selection of covers. At recent shows, she's covered Major Lazer's "Hold the Line" and "We Want Some Pussy" by 2 Live Crew. Santigold's shows are also a visual treat. Her stagewear always makes a big statement. The classic Santigold look features a lot of kohl eyeliner and black bobbed hair. In 2019, she's taking the stage in great costumes. These include elaborate ruffled tops and platinum blonde wigs.
Who has Santigold worked with?Santigold has worked with just about everyone. In her early days in the punk band Stiffed, she worked with legendary bassist Daryl Jenifer. He produced two of their albums. Santigold herself produced singer Res and wrote music for her. Chuck Treece, Diplo and Johnnie "Most" Davis are among the people who worked with her on her first album. She opened for the Red Hot Chilli Peppers on the band's tour in support of I'm With You. She even appeared as herself on an episode of The Office.
What are some of Santigold's most memorable shows?Santigold has played just about everywhere around the world. She has appeared at Australia's Splendour in the Grass Festival several times. She was a part of KCRWs World Festival at the Hollywood Bowl. She's also played the UK's Glastonbury, Leeds and Reading Festivals over the years. She has a devoted fanbase. Santigold concert at smaller venues in NYC and her native Philadelphia are real love-ins.
Which artists are similar to Santigold?Santigold is a very unique artist. She is similar to other bold, charismatic performers like MIA and Janelle Monae.
Epic events and incredible deals straight to your inbox.