Yeah Yeah Yeahs were formed in 2000 as an indie rock trio consisting of Karen O (lead singer), Brian Chase (drummer) and Nick Zinner (guitarist). Their debut album, “Fever to Tell,” was released in 2003 and was certified as a gold record in the U.S. They released their follow-up album, “Show Your Bones,” in 2006, peaking at #11 on the Billboard 200. Most recently, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs released “It’s Blitz!” in March of 2009.

The group has toured as supporting artists with several other groups, including The White Stripes and The Strokes. Their most recent solo tour was in September 2009, covering 10 cities across the U.S. They also took the place of the Beastie Boys at Lollapalooza after the latter had to cancel tour plans due to Adam Yauch’s cancer diagnosis.

Governors Ball Music Festival Announces 2018 Lineup
January 3rd, 2018, New York, NY — Founders Entertainment is proud to announce the lineup for the 2018 Governors Ball Music Festival. The eighth annual edition of New York City’s very own homegrown fest will take place from Friday, June 1st through Sunday, June 3rd on beautiful Randall’s Island Park.... Read more
Keeping true to their word, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs have booked another round of U.S. tour dates for the East and West Coasts this September. The 10-city leg picks up September 6 at the Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle, WA, and concludes September 26 at the Borgata in Atlantic City,... Read more
While the East and West Coasts are the U.S. regions most heavily visited by tours, art rock trio Yeah Yeah Yeahs will show some love to the Midwest with a brief, late spring run. The 10-city trek is bookended by festival sets, beginning May 23 at Sasquatch! in Quincy,... Read more