OK Go

Eclectic, energetic, rock.

Best Seats to see OK Go

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Jul 11

Thu . 08:30 PM

OK Go (18+)

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Sat . 08:30 PM

OK Go

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OK Go first burst onto the scene in 2002 and have carved out a unique niche in both the music and video realms. Known for their wildly imaginative, often DIY, music videos, they've also developed an intensely loyal live following. They've played alongside acts such as They Might Be Giants and Weezer, and share the innovative, visually-engaging stage aesthetic with bands like The Flaming Lips.

Seating plays a significant role in the concert-going experience, and the right seat can make all the difference, especially at an OK Go show where visual elements are as important as the music itself. In more intimate venues like The Ottobar in Baltimore, you might want a spot close to the stage to catch the intricate details of their performances. For larger venues, such as the Agganis Arena in Boston, mid-level seats offer an optimal blend of sound and visuals.

The band has a history of incredibly engaging live shows; at the smaller Aladdin Theater in Portland, for example, the stage was awash in vibrant colors and LED screens that extended the visual narrative of their videos into the live experience. On the flip side, when they played the massive United Center in Chicago, they utilized extensive visual tech, including projection mapping, that turned the entire arena into an immersive experience.

Tickets for OK Go vary widely in price depending on the venue. For smaller shows, you can expect ticket prices to start around $30, with VIP or front-row options available for around $100. At larger venues, general admission usually starts at around $50, but premium seating can cost upwards of $200. Regardless of the price point, you're not just getting a Musical performance; you're getting a multimedia spectacle.

The band started as a quartet consiSting of Damian Kulash, Tim Nordwind, Dan Konopka, and Andy Ross, replacing original guitarist and keyboardist Andy Duncan in 2005. While their self-titled debut album gained some traction, it was their sophomore release "Oh No" and its accompanying treadmill music video for "Here It Goes Again" that shot them into the stratosphere. The band's knack for pushing creative boundaries has only grown over time, employing drones, slow-motion, and even zero-gravity environments in their music videos.

In terms of longevity and creativity, they've managed to remain relevant by continually reinventing the wheel—or at least, putting a new spin on it. When it comes to performing live, they've struck an intriguing balance. For smaller venues like Saturn in Birmingham, Alabama, their approach is more intimate but equally intense. In larger settings like T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, they manage to make even the cheap seats feel like a front-row experience.

OK Go’s ascent wasn't based solely on viral hits; it's been about creating a full-fledged, multi-sensory experience for fans. So whether you're in the back, up front, or somewhere in between, an OK Go concert is designed to be a memorable event from any vantage point. With a reputation for innovation both online and onstage, this is one band that knows how to put on a show from all angles.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What kind of music does OK Go play?
OK Go plays an eclectic mix of rock music.
What kind of atmosphere can I expect at an OK Go concert?
OK Go concerts are high energy and full of excitement. The atmosphere is always electric and the crowd is always ready to rock.
What kind of setlist can I expect at an OK Go concert?
OK Go plays a mix of their own songs as well as covers of classic rock songs.
Are there any special activities at an OK Go concert?
Yes! OK Go often has special activities like giveaways and contests for their fans.
How long is an OK Go concert?
OK Go concerts typically last around two hours.

Interesting Information about OK Go

  • OK Go has released six studio albums since their formation in 1998.
  • OK Go has won two Grammy Awards for their music videos.
  • OK Go has toured extensively throughout the United States and Europe.
  • OK Go has collaborated with many other artists, including Jack White and Weezer.
  • OK Go has been praised for their innovative and creative music videos.