American rock band The Killers formed in 2002 and hit the nation’s indie scene hard with its 2004 debut “Hot Fuss,” which featured the singles “Somebody Told Me” and “Mr. Brightside.” Largely driven by these songs, the band was able to break out of the U.S. independent scene and into the international mainstream market. The band’s popularity has also translated to its live performances, growing out of clubs and theaters and into arenas and stadiums.

The 1975, The Killers To Headlilne Riptide Music Festival
Florida’s Riptide Music Festival will return to Fort Lauderdale later this year for its 2019 edition with a group of A-list rockstars. The fest is set to take place over two days, rather than three, from November 23 to 24. This year’s lineup includes headlining performances from The Killers,... Read more
Woodstock 50 Lineup Revealed: Halsey, The Killers Among Headlining Acts
Halsey and The Killers are among the star-studded list of artists set to headline Woodstock 50, the highly-anticipated event this August celebrating the 50-year anniversary of the 1969 festival. As previously announced, The Black Keys and Dead & Company will also headline the event, along with Santana, Chance The... Read more
The Killers’ Dave Keuning Reveals Debut Solo LP, Tour
Dave Keuning, founding guitarist of The Killers, spent time away from the band’s recent tour to work on his solo album. Now, he’s announced a release date along with an upcoming tour. His debut solo LP, Prismism, is due January 25, 2019. Keuning created the album from “hundreds of... Read more
Toilet Situation At The Killers’ Concert Leaves Fans Angry, Wanting Refunds
This past weekend, The Killers played a show at Swansea’s Liberty Stadium in the U.K., but fans were forced to use toilets outside of the venue which led to huge lines. Concertgoers missed portions of the show and are now demanding refunds. According to WalesOnline, those who purchased seats... Read more
BTS Tickets Remain Red Hot With Eight of Top 20 Best-Sellers
Korean pop group BTS tickets continue to dominate the ticket resale market, as their run through the United States this fall captured seven of the Top 10 spots in the resale market on Monday, according to data courtesy of Ticket Club. With all 11 of the originally announced dates... Read more
Liam Gallagher Voice Gives Out Mid-Concert, to Fans’ Dismay
Liam Gallagher, the mercurial former lead singer of Oasis, had to halt a performance mid-show at Lollapalooza this week due to a chest infection, leaving fans wanting more. After just four songs, Gallagher cut the show short, apologizing to the crowd but admitting that he couldn’t sing anymore. “My voice... Read more
Vikings Fever Hits Market After Wild Win in NFC Divisional Game
Sunday night’s wild last-second come-from-behind victory by the Minnesota Vikings kept alive the possibility of a first-ever home game in the Super Bowl, and seems to have goosed the fans into action, as Vikings fever – and football overall – dominated the marketplace on Sunday – headlined by the... Read more
Killers Concert in Quebec Marred by Major Entry Delays, Power Outages
A 3:47 AM tweet Sunday morning from The Killers succinctly wrapped up what had been a pretty rough night for all involved: “The crowd was electric. The venue was not.” That tweet followed what had been a fantastic show by the band, which thankfully salvaged what apparently was a... Read more
Hamilton, Football and Music Dominate Resale Market Numbers
In a rare break from the dominance of sporting events, Hamilton claimed the top spot in secondary market sales on Tuesday, with the April 20 performance at New York’s Richard Rogers Theatre taking No. 1, according to data provided by TicketClub.com. The musical sensation, spreading to theatres throughout the... Read more
Bonnaroo 2018 Lineup Announced: Eminem, The Killers Headline
Eminem, fresh off a new album and catching headlines for his frequent criticism (to put it mildly) of President Trump, has been announced as one of the headlining acts of Bonnaroo 2018 , which dropped its performer list on Tuesday morning. It is his second time playing the festival... Read more