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.

Las Vegas-based rockers The Killers are only two dates into their winter North American tour, but they have already outlined plans for spring tour leg. After finishing international dates in Europe and Australia, the band will launch the second round of North American dates. The 16-city spring jaunt picks... Read more
Tickets for the upcoming NCAA Men’s Basketball season as well as tickets for upcoming concerts by The Killers are on sale throughout the weekend ending November 3 as compiled by TicketNews. In today’s onsales are tickets to catch rapper TI’s upcoming show in New York City. Also on sale... Read more
After scattered dates in the U.S. earlier this year, The Killers have cemented plans for a proper North American tour. The 14-city trek begins January 17 at Magness Arena in Denver, CO, and wraps February 4 at the Nokia Theatre in Grand Prairie, TX. Along the way, the Las... Read more
Tickets for upcoming concerts by The Killers as well as tickets for several upcoming holiday radio sponsored concerts are on sale throughout the weekend ending October 20 as compiled by TicketNews. In the onsales for today are several not to be missed concerts. Starting off the list are several... Read more
Tickets for the upcoming tour of rockers The Killers as well as tickets for upcoming concerts from The Eagles are on sale throughout the weekend ending September 29 as compiled by TicketNews. The onsales for this weekend boast several hot concerts. This morning, September 26, tickets to catch country... Read more
By Brian Frenette In the realm of indie rock, massive success can be a cruel mistress. Obviously such fame catapults a group out of obscurity, relieving them from any number of monotonous, soon-to-be-embarrassing, part time jobs and making their musical craft a full time endeavor. It brings more money,... Read more