O.A.R.

Eclectic, Funky, Groovy, Soulful, Rocking.

Best Seats for an O.A.R. Concert

Affordable Events Near Me: Ashburn, VA

Jul 27

Sat . 06:55 PM

O.A.R.

Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

Upcoming Events Calendar

Jul 16

Tue . 06:30 PM

O.A.R. with Fitz and the Tantrums

Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh, NC

Jul 18

Thu . 06:00 PM

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Stage AE, Pittsburgh, PA

Jul 19

Fri . 05:30 PM

O.A.R. with Fitz and the Tantrums

The Stone Pony, Asbury Park, NJ

Jul 20

Sat . 06:30 PM

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Leader Bank Pavilion, Boston, MA

Jul 21

Sun . 07:00 PM

O.A.R. with Fitz and the Tantrums

Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater, Bridgeport, CT

Jul 23

Tue . 06:30 PM

O.A.R. with Fitz and the Tantrums

BankNH Pavilion, Gilford, NH

Jul 25

Thu . 06:00 PM

O.A.R. with Fitz and the Tantrums

The Rooftop at Pier 17, New York, NY

Jul 26

Fri . 06:00 PM

O.A.R. with Fitz and the Tantrums

The Rooftop at Pier 17, New York, NY

Jul 27

Sat . 06:55 PM

O.A.R.

Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, MD

Jul 28

Sun . 07:00 PM

O.A.R. with Fitz and the Tantrums

TD Pavilion at The Mann Center, Philadelphia, PA
O.A.R., short for Of A Revolution, has long stood as a beacon of authenticity in the ever-evolving world of music. Born in the sleepy environs of Rockville, Maryland, their journey from dorm room jam sessions to mega concert blowouts is nothing short of inspiring. Armed with a potent blend of rock, reggae, and folk, O.A.R. crafts anthems that pulse with life, love, and everything in between.

Early in their trajectory, venues like The Newport Music Hall in Columbus and The Intersection in Grand Rapids bore witness to the magnetic energy of O.A.R. These venues, with their modest capacities, offered fans a chance to immerse themselves fully, often ending nights with voices hoarse from singing along to every song. It was in these intimate settings that tracks like "Crazy Game of Poker" found their first chorus of fan voices, forging a bond that would stand the test of time.

As the reverberations of their music spread, larger arenas started calling out to O.A.R., drawing them to iconic Spaces like The Pageant in St. Louis and The Stone Pony Summer Stage in Asbury Park. Playing to a sea of fans brought its own exhilaration. It also brought the age-old challenge: securing the best seats. In venues vast and sprawling, the 'best seat' debate intensifies. Some argue for the visceral thrill of the front row, while others champion the nuanced audio experience from the middle. The answer? It's subjective, reSting on what fans seek - an up-close look at the band's dynamics or a balanced view and sound.

Now, the exciting bit for fans is the tickets. In their early days, snagging a spot for an O.A.R. gig was a pocket-friendly affair, often starting as low as $20. Today, given their meteoric rise and larger venues, tickets might kick off around $50, going up to $120 for those prime spots that promise an unparalleled experience.

O.A.R.'s journey hasn't been solitary. Along the way, they've shared stages with a diverse roster of musicians. From collaborations with Robert Randolph to toe-tapping gigs with Matt Nathanson, each partnership has only enriched their soundscape, much to the delight of fans.

What truly sets O.A.R. apart, however, is their unwavering connection with their Audience. Their live shows aren't mere performances; they're communal celebrations. The band's innate ability to foster sing-alongs ensures that every attendee feels integral to the experience. And it's this reciprocity that keeps fans coming back, tour after tour.

For newcomers to the O.A.R. experience or long-time fans looking to relive the magic, remember that the concert isn't just about the music. It's about the shared glances with band members, the camaraderie with fellow fans, and those electric moments when the whole venue seems to pulse in unison. Picking the right seat, be it front row or center stage, can elevate this experience manifold.

From heartfelt ballads to rousing anthems, they've been the soundtrack to countless lives. As they continue to tour, weaving new memories with fans old and new, one thing remains constant – their unbridled passion and the joy they bring to every stage they grace. So, when you're booking those tickets, remember it's not just a concert – with O.A.R., it's an experience, a revolution, and above all, a celebration of life's most vibrant melodies.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What type of music does O.A.R. play?
O.A.R. plays a mix of rock, funk, soul, and reggae.
How long have O.A.R. been performing?
O.A.R. has been performing since 1996.
Where can I find more information about O.A.R.?
You can find more information about O.A.R. on their official website, social media pages, and fan forums.
What is the best way to get tickets to an O.A.R. show?
The best way to get tickets to an O.A.R. show is to purchase them online from a reputable ticket vendor.
How can I get the best seats for an O.A.R. show?
The best way to get the best seats for an O.A.R. show is to purchase tickets as soon as they become available.

Interesting Information about O.A.R.

  • O.A.R. has released 8 studio albums and has sold over 8 million records worldwide.
  • O.A.R. has performed at some of the biggest music festivals in the world, including Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Austin City Limits.
  • O.A.R. has been nominated for two Grammy Awards.
  • O.A.R. has performed with some of the biggest names in music, including Dave Matthews Band, John Mayer, and The Roots.
  • O.A.R. has a dedicated fan base that follows them to shows all over the world.