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The Interrupters Tickets
The Interrupters TicketsFormed in 2011, The Interrupters is a Los Angeles band made up of three brothers and a former solo artist formerly known as Aimee Allen. The foursome met while Allen was on tour with Telecasters opening for Sugar Ray and The Dirty Heads. The Interrupters started touring early on with bands like Left Alone, The Transplants, Devil's Brigade and Rancid and played music festivals like Riot Fest in the US and Amnesia Rockfest in Canada. All of this The Interrupters accomplished prior to releasing its eponymous debut album. In all, The Interrupters has three studio albums to its credit.
Giving You EverythingThe Interrupter's most recent album, 2018's Fight the Good Fight, reached No. 141 on the Billboard 200 US chart. The Interrupters also put out four compilation and split albums (in order of release): 2016 Warped Tour Compilation, Hooligans United: A Tribute to Rancid, Dale la Bota and 2018 Warped Tour Compilation. The Interrupters' song "Family" plays a key role in an episode of the Twilight Zone TV show entitled "Six Degrees of Freedom."
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Who are the members of The Interrupters?The Interrupters includes lead singer Aimee Interrupter, guitarist Kevin Bivona, bassist Justin Bivona and drummer Jesse Bivona. The three Bivonas also contribute backup vocals.
What can I expect from The Interrupters?Ska-punk is The Interrupters' wheelhouse, along with its various variants, like street punk, punk rock, ska and two-tone.
What other artists have shared the stage with The Interrupters?At The Interrupters show, you might also catch other artists sharing the stage with the band, including those with whom it's already done so before, like Tim Armstrong of Tim Timebomb and Friends, The English Beat, Big D and The Kids Table, Less Than Jake, Reel Big Fish, Street Dogs, Bad Religion and The Mighty Mighty Bosstones.
What songs might I hear in a The Interrupters setlist?When seeing The Interrupters live, you'll surely hear the band's top hits (in order of release): "Liberty," "Babylon," "She's Kerosene" and "Gave You Everything."
Where can I see a The Interrupters show?See The Interrupters on its latest world tour in the US, Canada, UK, Japan and elsewhere. US stops on The Interrupters tour include Volvo Car Stadium in Charleston, S.C., Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach, Fla., The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory in Dallas, Texas, North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre in Chula Vista, Calif., and Big Night Entertainment Group in Boston, Mass. UK places to see The Interrupters concert include O2 Institute in Birmingham, England, Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow, Scotland, and O2 Forum Kentish Town in London. If you're in Canada, see The Interrupters shows at spots like Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, Capital Ballroom in Victoria, Coors Events Centre in Saskatoon, Conexus Arts Centre in Regina and Burton Cummings Theatre in Winnipeg. Fans in Japan can catch The Interrupters live at venues and events like Summer Sonic Osaka in Higashi-osaka, Toyosu PIT in Nagoya City and Diamond Hall in Nagoya.
Who are The Interrupters' influences?Among the influences, you may note in The Influencers' songs and performances are No Doubt, The Ramones, The Body Snatchers, The Clash, NOFX and Rancid.
Which artists are similar to The InterruptersYou're sure to enjoy The Interrupters in concert if you already like Mad Caddies, The Planet Smashers, The Bombpops, Operation Ivy, The Flatliners, The Suicide Machine, Goldfinger, Voodoo Glow Skulls, Authority Zero or Jaya the Cat.
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