Alongside a Disney Channel phenomenon and an Aussie country icon, Dallas will also soon be welcoming several acts currently spearheading the third British invasion of pop to its live stage over the next few months. Here’s a look at five of the biggest names who have released Dallas concert tickets for shows this summer.
Currently half-way through the North American leg of their mammoth Take Me Home world tour, One Direction will showcase their blend of high-energy, pure pop and cheeky charm at the American Airlines Center on July 22. Released on the same day, fans should expect to hear their brand new single, “Best Song Ever,” alongside renditions of US Top 10 hits “What Makes You Beautiful” and “Live While We’re Young,” a cover of Wheatus’ “Teenage Dirtbag” and their Blondie/The Undertones mash-up “One Way Or Another (Teenage Kicks).” One Direction tickets are available on TiqIQ at a get-in price of $322 and an average price of $1063.
After returning from a two-year hiatus, Kevin, Nick and Joe Jonas’ reunion remains in full swing with the release of Jonas Brothers tickets for a second world tour in less than nine months. Accompanied by pop-rock duo Karmin, the three siblings will perform the likes of Billboard Top 10 hits “Burnin’ Up” and “Tonight,” several tracks from their respective solo careers and material from their upcoming fifth album when the Jonas Brothers Live! tour hits the Gexa Energy Pavilion on Aug 6. There are still over a thousand seats available for this date with a get-in price of $62 and an average price of $266.
The last American Idol judge standing will also take to the same stage on August 17 with Keith Urban tickets available on TiqIQ at a get-in price of $55 and average price of $264. Joined by Alabama vocal group Little Big Town and Tennessee singer-songwriter Dustin Lynch, the feast of country music will no doubt feature several new tracks from his upcoming eighth studio album, Fuse, alongside the majority of his thirteen US Country No.1 hits, while recent shows have also seen the 45-year-old cover the likes of Oasis, AC/DC and Cold Chisel.
Forced to postpone their June 11 gig at the Gexa Energy Pavilion following bassist Ted Dwane’s emergency treatment for a blood clot on his brain, Mumford & Sons will now bring their Gentlemen Of The Road tour to the city on September 18 instead. On the road to a full recovery, Dwane will join the rest of his band-mates for a rousing set featuring the best of 2009 debut Sigh No More and 2012’s Grammy-winning Babel with Mumford & Sons tickets on offer at TiqIQ for a get-in price of $123 and average price of $326.
Finally, one of Britain’s most under-rated bands will then stop off at the same venue on September 20 with Depeche Mode tickets currently on sale for a get-in price of $44 and an average price of $362. Alongside material from their 13th studio album, Delta Machine, fans with tickets can also look forward to hearing a hit-packed trawl through four decades of pioneering synth-rock covering everything from 1981’s Speak & Spell (“Just Can’t Get Enough”) right up to 2005’s Playing The Angel (“Precious”) and including US Top 40 hits “Enjoy The Silence,” “Personal Jesus” and “Policy Of Truth.”
Be sure to keep checking back on TiqIQ for the latest information on Dallas concert tickets for what promises to be an exciting summer of live music ahead.