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twenty one pilots - The Bandito Tour 2018-2019 Tour

Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by heymattrick, Jul 11, 2018.

  1. heymattrick Jul 11, 2018
    (Last edited: Oct 8, 2019)

    Denver, CO

    New album "TRENCH" is out October 5th. "The Bandito Tour" begins October 16th in Nashville and continues through North America, Australia, and Europe into Spring 2019. 2nd North American leg announced for May and June of 2019.

    LEG 1 - US (with AWOLNATION and Max Frost)

    Oct 16 - NASHVILLE Bridgestone Arena
    Oct 17 - CHICAGO United Center
    Oct 19 - ST LOUIS Enterprise Center
    Oct 20 - MILWAUKEE Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center
    Oct 21 - ST PAUL Xcel Energy Center
    Oct 23 - CLEVELAND Quicken Loans Arena
    Oct 24 - DETROIT Little Caesars Arena
    Oct 26 - BOSTON TD Garden
    Oct 27 - UNIONDALE Home of the Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
    Oct 28 - PHILADELPHIA Wells Fargo Center
    Oct 30 - NEW YORK Madison Square Garden
    Oct 31 - WASHINGTON Capital One Arena

    Nov 02 - ATLANTA Philips Arena
    Nov 03 - TAMPA Amalie Arena
    Nov 04 - SUNRISE BB&T Center
    Nov 06 - HOUSTON Toyota Center
    Nov 07 - DALLAS American Airlines Center
    Nov 09 - PHOENIX Talking Stick Resort Arena
    Nov 10 - INGLEWOOD The Forum
    Nov 11 - OAKLAND Oracle Arena
    Nov 13 - SALT LAKE CITY Vivint Smart Home Arena
    Nov 15 - PORTLAND Moda Center
    Nov 16 - TACOMA Tacoma Dome
    Nov 17 - BOISE Taco Bell Arena
    Nov 19 - DENVER Pepsi Center
    Nov 20 - LINCOLN Pinnacle Bank Arena
    Nov 21 - KANSAS Sprint Center

    LEG 2 - AUSTRALIA/NZ (with Drapht)

    Dec 07 - PERTH Perth Arena
    Dec 10 - ADELAIDE Adelaide Entertainment Centre
    Dec 13 - MELBOURNE Rod Laver Arena
    Dec 16 - SYDNEY Qudos Bank Arena
    Dec 18 - BRISBANE Brisbane Entertainment Centre
    Dec 21 - AUCKLAND Spark Arena

    LEG 3 - EUROPE (with The Regrettes on select dates)

    Jan 30 - KIEV Palace of Sports

    Feb 02 - MOSCOW VTB Arena
    Feb 04 - ST PETERSBURG Ice Palace
    Feb 06 - HELSINKI Ice Hall
    Feb 08 - STOCKHOLM Ericsson Globe Arena
    Feb 09 - OSLO Telenor Arena
    Feb 11 - COPENHAGEN Royal Arena
    Feb 12 - HAMBURG Barclaycard Arena
    Feb 14 - BERLIN Mercedes-Benz Arena
    Feb 15 - LODZ Atlas Arena
    Feb 16 - PRAGUE The O2 Arena
    Feb 17 - VIENNA Wiener Stadthalle
    Feb 21 - BOLOGNA Unipol Arena
    Feb 23 - ZURICH Hallenstadion Zurich
    Feb 24 - STUTTGART Hanns-Martin-Schleyerhalle
    Feb 25 - COLOGNE Lanxess Arena
    Feb 27 - BIRMINGHAM Genting Arena

    Mar 01 - DUBLIN 3Arena
    Mar 02 - BELFAST Arena Belfast
    Mar 04 - GLASGOW The SSE Hydro Arena
    Mar 05 - MANCHESTER Manchester Arena
    Mar 07 - LONDON The SSE Arena Wembley
    Mar 08 - LONDON The SSE Arena Wembley (added)
    Mar 11 - PARIS Accorhotels Arena
    Mar 12 - AMSTERDAM Ziggo Dome
    Mar 13 - BRUSSELS Palais 12
    Mar 15 - BILBAO Bizkaia Arena (BEC!)
    Mar 16 - MADRID WiZink Center
    Mar 17 - LISBON Altice Arena

    LEG 4 - NORTH AMERICA (with Bear Hands)
    May 1 - MONTERREY, MEX Arena
    May 3 - MEXICO CITY, MEX Sports Palace
    May 6 - GUADALAJARA, MEX Arena VFG
    May 12 - VANCOUVER Rogers Arena
    May 14 - CALGARY Scotiabank Saddledome
    May 15 - EDMONTON Rogers Place
    May 17 - WINNIPEG Bell MTS Place
    May 20 - LONDON, ON Budweiser Gardens
    May 21 - OTTAWA Canadian Tire Centre
    May 22 - MONTREAL Bel Centre
    May 28 - TORONTO Scotiabank Arena
    May 29 - TORONTO Scotiabank Arena
    May 31 - GRAND RAPIDS Van Andel Arena

    Jun 1 - BUFFALO KeyBank Center
    Jun 4 - BROOKLYN Barclay's Center
    Jun 5 - NEWARK Prudential Center
    Jun 7 - PITTSBURGH PPG Paints Arena
    Jun 8 - ATLANTIC CITY Boardwalk Hall
    Jun 9 - CHARLOTTESVILLE John Paul Jones Arena
    Jun 11 - RALEIGH PNC Arena
    Jun 12 - CHARLOTTE Spectrum Center
    Jun 14 - JACKSONVILLE Veterans Memorial Arena
    Jun 15 - MIAMI AmericanAirlines Arena
    Jun 16 - ORLANDO Amway Center
    Jun 18 - BIRMINGHAM Legacy Arena @ BJCC
    Jun 19 - NEW ORLEANS Smoothie King Center
    Jun 21 - HOUSTON Toyota Center
    Jun 22 - SAN ANTONIO AT&T Center
    Jun 23 - AUSTIN Frank Erwin Center
    Jun 25 - OKLAHOMA CITY Chesapeake Energy Arena
    Jun 26 - MEMPHIS FedEx Forum
    Jun 28 - INDIANAPOLIS Bankers Life Fieldhouse
    Jun 29 - COLUMBUS Nationwide Arena
    Jun 30 - COLUMBUS Nationwide Arena

    LEG 5 - US (with Misterwives)

    Oct. 9 - Tampa, FL @ Amalie Arena
    Oct. 11 - Greenville, SC @ Bon Secours Wellness Arena
    Oct. 12 - Atlanta, GA @ State Farm Arena
    Oct. 15 - Baltimore, MD @ Royal Farms Arena
    Oct. 17 - Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun Arena
    Oct. 18 - University Park, PA @ Bryce Jordan Center
    Oct. 20 - Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center
    Oct. 22 - Cincinnati, OH @ U.S. Bank Arena
    Oct. 24 - Minneapolis, MN @ Target Center
    Oct. 25 - Des Moines, IA @ Wells Fargo Arena
    Oct. 27 - Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center
    Oct. 28 - Salt Lake City, UT @ Vivint Smart Home Arena
    Oct. 30 - Las Vegas, NV @ MGM Grand Garden Arena

    Nov. 1 - Los Angeles, CA @ STAPLES Center
    Nov. 2 - Anaheim, CA @ Honda Center
    Nov. 3 - Sacramento, CA @ Golden 1 Center
    Nov. 5 - San Diego, CA @ Pechanga Arena
    Nov. 8 - Fort Worth, TX @ Dickies Arena
    Nov. 9 - Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center
  2. ccsc918

    huge all time low fan

    See you in St. Louis and Kansas City, god, my favorite band is back!
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  3. heymattrick

    Denver, CO

    Definitely going to have to try for the Nashville show, especially if Denver is all the way at the end of the tour. Would love to see their 1st show back this era, and since it's only 3 months away, I have a feeling that may actually be the first show they play.
  4. TJ Wells

    Trusted Prestigious

    Half of me finds these guys to be a poor imitation of WHY? but the other half just kinda enjoys it. I’ll probably go to this.
  5. ncarrab


    Verified Fan is so dumb. Hopefully it won't be the shitshow it was when they did the Columbus shows considering these are more spread out and it shouldn't be the entire country fighting for one city.
  6. ncarrab


    Speaking of Columbus, stunned there's no Columbus date, although I'd almost guarantee that they'll announce a Columbus show either right before or after the NA dates.
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  7. ccsc918

    huge all time low fan

    Apparently this tour will have vip. Praying its not over the 200 dollar range :/
  8. Blink182Bouncer


    Honestly I only loved Vessel/Regional At Best, but they're my Mom's favorite "current" band, so I need to take her no matter what, lol.
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  9. Phil507

    Trusted Supporter

    Surprised there aren't gaps for potential second nights in the big cities as I assume demand will be high for these shows.
  10. Blink182Bouncer


    Demand will be big, but probably not "sell out arenas" big

    Some of the bigger cities and cities with venues under 15,000 capacity will probably sell out, but realistically not any more than a week or so in advance.

    And if they sell out, there will still be enough tickets left on stubhub to not justify a second show.
  11. cricketandclover

    Things have changed.

    You're joking right? All of these shows will sell out almost immediately. This is one of the biggest bands on the entire planet.
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  12. TerrancePryor Prestigious

    Their last two North American arena tours sold out quickly.
  13. heymattrick

    Denver, CO

    Yeah I don’t understand that comment...both legs of Emotional Roadshow practically sold out at the onsale. Sure, they’ve been gone for a year but it’s not like people forgot about them. This tour will sell fast.
  14. TerrancePryor Prestigious

    Who's opening for them, though? I'm banking on Every Time I Die and Mindless Self Indulgence just to spook the kids.
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  15. Blink182Bouncer


    Biggest "band" on the planet doesn't mean much these days.

    Maybe I'm just not getting it, but I think they're like barely bigger than like Halsey or Fall Out Boy. They're definitely not as big as Drake/Migos, and their tour still has plenty of tickets available at this same venue at my city.

    They just have a louder more present fanbase, but considering the age range of said fans I don't think fans directly equal ticket sales.

    EDIT: Maybe I'm an idiot. I've just never met someone who genuinuinely likes TOP in real life, and they've just become a parody of themselves at this point in the mainstream. But if y'all are saying their last tour sold out then I guess I'll take your word for it.
  16. cricketandclover

    Things have changed.

    You're not getting it, then.
  17. Blink182Bouncer


    Idk, Maybe I'm an idiot. I've just never met someone who genuinely likes TOP in real life, and they've just become a parody of themselves at this point in the mainstream. I honestly doubt anyone gives a damn anymore. But if y'all are saying their last tour sold out then I guess I'll take your word for it.
  18. cricketandclover

    Things have changed.

    I don't even know anymore.

    "BLURRYFACE also achieved a milestone unrivaled in the digital era, becoming the first album in which every individual song on the album certified Gold, Platinum or multi-Platinum by the RIAA."

    Yeah, no one cares though.
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  19. mattfreaksmeout

    Trusted Supporter

    Several factors at play. One, the fanbase is much more urgent to buy tickets. BECAUSE it is a younger fanbase, they need to get the tickets right away cus they can't pay the upscaled prices on the second hand market. The fans feel that they absolutely HAVE to be there. You're average Drake fan is older and less likely to see this is a major priority in their life. They'll check out the ticket prices closer to the event and if they want to go, then they'll get the tickets then. Also, parents are more likely to be financially helping kids go to top, so they are going to get it for their kid right away. They're way way bigger than Halsey and are probably about where FOB was in their prime. These shows will sell out. More dates will be added next summer probably.

    And most importantly, Drake/Migos tour is way way more expensive. Nosebleeds for that are something like $80/90, which is the price to see TOP in the best seats/on the floor.
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  20. emlantzy


    No Pittsburgh date but I'm gonna try to get tickets for my brother & I in Cleveland
  21. Blink182Bouncer


    Huh, it's like $64 in my city.

  22. Phil507

    Trusted Supporter

    They're definitely more popular than Halsey and Fall Out Boy at this point. These tickets, particularly in big cities, will go quickly. My only thought is that they are limiting themselves to one date possibly because they are planning to do festivals next summer. Wouldn't be surprised if they do a multi-festival deal with Live Nation and are at Gov Ball, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, etc.
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  23. Phil507

    Trusted Supporter

    Another note about the Drake/Migos tour is that there are like 6-7 area dates in my city which makes it far easier to get into second-hand.
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  24. ccsc918

    huge all time low fan

    How much do you guys think VIP is going to cost me :crylaugh::crylaugh:
  25. Phil507

    Trusted Supporter

    Haha, that'd be funny but doubt it. I think the two guys in 21 Pilots are really conscious of shows being "family friendly" so I'd expect it to be Sirius XM stuff like Lovelytheband, Alice Merton or whatever.