There aren't any Events on the horizon right now.
Thursday TicketsThursday formed in 1997 and is counted among the earliest post-hardcore bands. The group is one of the first emo bands, and it has influenced countless artists with its work. After two years of performing and writing music, Thursday released its first EP in 1999 in conjunction with Mp3.com. The band released its first official studio album, Waiting, in 1999 and achieved popularity throughout the country with the 2001 album Full Collapse. The band's 2003 offering, War All the Time, reached No. 7 on the Billboard 200 chart.
Signals Over the AirThursday toured extensively after its initial album releases and performed on bills that also included musical powerhouses like Coheed and Cambria, AFI and Thrice. The band took a hiatus in 2004, but in 2005, Thursday played a benefit show at New York's legendary musical venue CBGBs. In 2006, the band was back in business with the release of the album A City by the Light Divided. The band toured until 2011, when it took time off, this time believing that the break was permanent. It wasn't; the band members reunited in 2016 and continue to perform and create.
Where can I buy Thursday tickets?To get tickets to a Thursday tour in your area, browse the online ticket marketplace at StubHub.
What is a live Thursday concert like?Thursday's live performances are high-energy affairs in which the fans sing along to their favorite tunes. The band members use their experiences and wit to entertain the crowd with quips and anecdotes between songs. The crowd is diverse with mosh pits and crowd surfing popping up in some areas while some fans choose to stay in the back and vibe to the music. The group tends to play fan-favorite songs, including many from the album War All the Time, as well as songs from the band's other five albums. In its long career, Thursday has toured throughout the US as well as in Europe and other parts of the world.
Which artists are similar to Thursday?Thursday was a big part of the early emo movement. There are a few similar bands, including The Used, Taking Back Sunday, Finch and Glassjaw. All of these bands used high-energy melodies and a combination of screaming and singing to convey emotional messages. If you are a fan of the these bands, you will most likely appreciate Thursday's music.
What was Thursday's breakthrough album or song?When looking at Thursday's history, it is easy to identify the moment when the band "broke through" and reached a level of international fame. The release of its second album, Full Collapse, brought the band to a new level of fame and success. This album intensified the band's notoriety and allowed Thursday to play to massive crowds throughout the world. The next release, War All the Time, further increased the fame that the band achieved after the release of Full Collapse.
Who influenced Thursday?The band credits many artists with influencing its music. The group's influences range from hardcore band Touche Amoree to Genesis. Members of the band also cite legendary Irish troubadour Van Morrison as a significant influence as well as British artist PJ Harvey. Thursday draws inspiration from these artists and many more when crafting its signature emo and rock sounds.
Who are the members of Thursday?The current Thursday lineup includes Geoff Rickly on lead vocals, Tom Keeley on lead guitar, Tim Payne on bass guitar, Tucker Rule on drums, Steve Pedulla on rhythm guitar and Andrew Everding on keyboards. Bill Henderson is a former member who played rhythm guitar and provided backup vocals.
Epic events and incredible deals straight to your inbox.