Continuar
Neon Trees

Rock y Pop

Boletos para Neon Trees

0 Próximos eventos

Lo sentimos, no se encontró ningún evento.

Acerca de Neon Trees

NEON TREES IN CONCERT:

If Neon Trees' kaleidoscopic image is a perfect fit for their name, the band's sound is an even more fitting realization of their moniker, all punchy drums and prismatic synth lines.  Ever since being tapped by the Killers as openers on their2008 tour, the Trees have been an impressive live presence, delivering adrenalin-filled shows full of dance-ready songs like "Animal" and "1983." Frontman Tyler Glenn floored fans with his showmanship and intensity on the band's 2013 tour dates, and with a new album due out in 2014, he'll be bringing it harder than ever on the Pop Psychology Tour 2014.

BACKGROUND SNAPSHOT:

Initially formed in California by singer Tyler Glenn and guitarist Chris Allen, Neon Trees soon moved to Provo, immersing themselves in the Utah Music scene and making a name for themselves in the region. After touring with the Killers in 2008, the band signed to Mercury Records and released their 2010 debut full-length Habits, an impressive first effort that spawned several singles and earned the band their first No. 1 with "Animal." 2012 follow-up Picture Show was an even bigger success, leading to tour dates with a slew of big name acts including the Offspring, Maroon 5, and Taylor Swift. With their third album Pop Psychology due out in 2014, the band are on the road once again for another high-octane tour.

FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:

"Neon Trees' performance is always so energetic and interesting, it really does make the experience unforgettable. Tyler Glen is a performance genius and his voice is like butter."

"The lead singer is a fantastic performer. His dancing is contagious and makes me happy. They vary the songs, so they are not exact repeats of the CD version, and they go all out every night they perform."

"Neon trees put on an absolutely great show! The lead singer has ridiculously awesome stage presence and his energy is infectious. I would definitely see them again. "