Best Seats to see Real Estate
Affordable Events Near Me: Ashburn, VA
Apr 15Mon . 07:00 PM
Real Estate with Marina Allen9:30 Club, Washington, DC
Upcoming Events Calendar
Mar 01Fri . 11:00 PM
Real Estate with FlorryHollywood Theatre - Vancouver, Vancouver, BC
Mar 03Sun . 12:00 AM
Real Estate with FlorryThe Showbox, Seattle, WA
Mar 03Sun . 11:00 PM
Real Estate with FlorryRevolution Hall - Portland, Portland, OR
Mar 05Tue . 10:00 PM
Real Estate with FlorryUrban Lounge - Salt Lake City, Salt Lake City, UT
Mar 06Wed . 10:00 PM
Real Estate with FlorryGothic Theatre, Englewood, CO
Mar 08Fri . 10:00 PM
Real Estate with FlorryMeow Wolf, Santa Fe, NM
Mar 09Sat . 10:00 PM
Real Estate with FlorryCrescent Ballroom, Phoenix, AZ
Mar 10Sun . 10:00 PM
Real Estate with FlorryThe Observatory North Park, San Diego, CA
Mar 11Mon . 11:00 PM
Real Estate with FlorryThe Bellwether, Los Angeles, CA
Mar 13Wed . 11:00 PM
Real Estate with FlorryBimbos 365 Club, San Francisco, CA
Sharing the stage with artists like Kurt Vile, War on Drugs, and Tame Impala has helped expand their audience and solidify their reputation as a band that delivers both on record and live. Small venues like The Roxy in Los Angeles or The Bottleneck in Lawrence, Kansas, offer fans a close-up experience of their intricate guitar riffs and introspective lyrics. The intimacy of these venues provides a serene and communal atmosphere where the audience can truly connect with the music.
When Real Estate steps into larger venues, such as the Target Center in Minneapolis or the Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, their ethereal sound fills the space effortlessly, without losing the intimacy that defines their music. Fans who have seen them in both settings often remark that the larger venues bring out a different energy in the band, yet without compromising the quality of the performance.
To enjoy a Real Estate concert to the fullest, getting the best seats is key. In smaller venues, you'll want to aim for a central position to achieve the perfect balance of sound. Being too close to the stage may lead to a skewed audio experience while being farther back lets you absorb the full breadth of their musical landscape. In larger venues, aim for the golden triangle: seats that are neither too close nor too far, typically within rows 15-30. Here, sound engineering is often optimized for the best auditory experience.
As for ticket prices, they fluctuate based on the venue size and location. For a smaller venue, you can expect prices to range from $20 to $50. Larger venues usually have a wider range of prices, starting around $40 and going up to $150 or more for premium seating options. Keep an eye out for early-bird specials or fan club presales, which sometimes offer discounted rates or special packages.
Real Estate’s evolving sound, from their self-titled debut to their latest release, has been a journey worth following. Their concerts offer a transformative experience, whether you're a first-timer or a seasoned fan. Each performance is a blend of musical finesse, emotional lyrics, and an atmosphere that invites you to lose yourself in the music. As they continue to tour, playing everything from cozy venues to expansive arenas, one thing is certain: a Real Estate concert is not just a live rendition of their albums; it's an emotional and auditory experience that leaves a lasting impression.