We think you’re about to “Smile Like You Mean It.”
That’s because The Killers aren’t finished with their 2022 tour just yet.
Brandon Flowers and co. just announced that they’re adding seven additional concerts to their ongoing “Imploding The Mirage Tour” in 2023.
On the extended run, the “Mr. Brightside” group will hit Atlantic City’s Etess Arena at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on March 16, Uncasville’s Mohegan Sun Arena on March 17, Columbus’ Value City Arena on March 21 and Durant’s Choctaw Grand Theater on March 24.
Plus, the band will play a handful of postponed concerts from the 2022 leg of the tour.
While tickets for the newly announced shows don’t go on sale on Ticketmaster until Friday, Dec. 2, you can pick them up as early as today on Vivid Seats before seats are officially available.
Be aware that Vivid Seats is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
They have a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and will be delivered before the event.
So, if you’ve always wanted to hear “Mr. Brightside,” “When You Were Young,” “Somebody Told Me” and all the other Killers hits you know and love live, keep scrolling.
We’ve got everything you’ll need to know about the short tour below.
The Killers upcoming 2022-23 tour schedule
We’ve outlined all upcoming tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets.
See you at the Killers show of your choosing.
(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)
The Killers tour setlist
For Killers fans that don’t like surprises, we’ve got some good news for you.
The Las Vegas-based rockers have stuck pretty closely to the same setlist for most shows on the tour.
Rather than completely spoiling it here— but come on, you already knew “Mr. Brightside” was their encore— you can find what the group has been playing at each show on Setlist.FM.
The Killers new album
We recommend first checking out their 2021 album “Imploding The Mirage” that inspired the tour. Made up of 13 songs, critics found a lot to like.
Pitchfork called the record “one of their biggest and best albums, a marvelously absurd collection of synth-rock gems and arena anthems.”
If you haven’t had enough, try their 2022 release “Pressure Machine.” Clocking in at 13 tracks, it’s a bit quieter and meditative than the bombastic “Imploding the Mirage” but also received praise.
“Brandon Flowers ably channels his Springsteen side on the band’s latest album,” Rolling Stone raved.
Huge rock tours in 2023
Next year is going to be a true doozy for rock fans.
With tour and festival headliner announcements coming in at a quick clip, we’ve sifted through the noise and found the five biggest tours you won’t want to miss in 2023.
Plus, let’s be honest. You won’t want to miss Taylor Swift’s mega “Eras Tour” either.
- This Post Is Taken From nypost.com Website By nypost.com Rss Feed Link (https://nypost.com/entertainment/feed/).
- Full Credit Of This Post Content , Image Goes to nypost.com.
- Note:-If You Have Any Problem With This Post Plese Mail Us On Mail “firstname.lastname@example.org” . We Delete That Post In 2-3 Days.
- We Delete This Post after 3-4 Weaks Automatically.