The Drums

Eclectic, energetic, rock.

Best Seats to see The Drums

Upcoming Events Calendar

Oct 31

Thu . 08:00 PM

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Cine El Rey, McAllen, TX

Nov 03

Sun . 09:00 PM

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Lowbrow Palace, El Paso, TX

Nov 06

Wed . 10:00 PM

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Rialto Theatre, Tucson, AZ

Nov 08

Fri . 11:00 PM

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Fremont Theater, San Luis Obispo, CA

Nov 10

Sun . 11:00 PM

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The Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA

Nov 12

Tue . 10:00 PM

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Ace of Spades, Sacramento, CA

Nov 16

Sat . 10:00 PM

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House of Blues - Las Vegas, Las Vegas, NV

Nov 17

Sun . 10:30 PM

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Humphreys Concerts By the Bay, San Diego, CA
The Drums, an American indie pop band originally from Brooklyn, New York, have been redefining the boundaries of modern pop music since they burst onto the scene with their self-titled debut album in 2010. Founded by Jonathan Pierce and Jacob Graham, the band blends elements of post-punk, synth-pop, and good old-fashioned rock and roll, capturing the hearts of fans worldwide.

Their journey to the upper echelons of indie stardom has been fueled by relentless touring and critically acclaimed albums like "Portamento" and "Brutalism." On the road, they've rubbed shoulders with an array of artists such as Beach Fossils, Alvvays, and Surfer Blood, broadening their sonic landscape and capturing new Audiences along the way.

One of the unique things about The Drums is their ability to adapt their sound to both small and large venues. At smaller venues like the Bottleneck in Lawrence, Kansas, the band's performance is intimate; the stripped-down sets allow the nuanced parts of their music to shine. In contrast, large venues like The Masonic in San Francisco offer the band a platform to turn their music into a full-blown spectacle, complete with elaborate lighting and visual effects.

Now, if you're looking to score the best seats, you've got options. In smaller venues, getting up close to the stage can offer an unfiltered experience of the band's raw energy. For bigger venues, you might prefer seats that offer a panoramic view of the entire stage, and these are often found in the elevated sections or VIP areas.

Ticket pricing varies based on the venue and city. For smaller venues like the Metro Gallery in Baltimore, you might find tickets as affordable as $25. In larger venues like the MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre in Tampa, Florida, expect prices to start at around $40 for general admission and to go up from there for premium seating options.

One of the things that make The Drums so enduring is their ability to evolve. From their early tracks like "Let's Go Surfing" to their more introspective recent material, they've shown an uncanny ability to grow without losing the essence of what makes them The Drums. Whether you're a long-time fan or new to their music, a live performance by The Drums offers an electrifying blend of nostalgia and discovery, wrapped in their unique brand of indie-pop magic.

If you're keen on optimal sound and view, weigh your options carefully based on the venue's seating chart. There are tickets to fit varying budgets, but no matter what, a night with The Drums is sure to be a memorable one.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What type of music does The Drums play?
The Drums play an eclectic mix of rock, indie, and pop music.
How long have The Drums been performing?
The Drums have been performing since 2008.
What kind of atmosphere can I expect at a The Drums concert?
The Drums concerts are always energetic and fun. Expect to be dancing and singing along all night!
Does The Drums have any special guests?
The Drums often have special guests at their concerts. Keep an eye out for surprise appearances!
What should I wear to a The Drums concert?
Wear whatever you feel comfortable in! The Drums concerts are all about having a good time.

Interesting Information about The Drums

  • The Drums have released five studio albums since 2008.
  • The Drums have toured extensively throughout the US, Europe, and Australia.
  • The Drums have performed at major music festivals such as Coachella and Glastonbury.
  • The Drums have collaborated with other artists such as Mark Ronson and Florence and the Machine.
  • The Drums have been nominated for several awards, including a Grammy Award for Best Rock Album.