About Twenty One Pilots Emotional Roadshow Tour
What began as a trio developed into a successful duo of Tyler Joseph – the leader and Josh Dun – a new drummer. The first alternative group Twenty One Pilots in the U.S. managed to produce two simultaneous Top Ten singles and start tremendous concert tour.
“They put out two self-released albums, Twenty One Pilots in 2009 and Regional at Best in 2011, before being signed by Fueled by Ramen in 2012. Their label debut, Vessel, was released in 2013. The duo achieved breakthrough success with their fourth album, Blurryface (2015), which produced the singles “Stressed Out” and “Ride”. In addition, the single “Heathens”, recorded for the soundtrack of the film Suicide Squad, made the group the first alternative artist to have two concurrent top ten singles in the U.S. The duo has been nominated for three Grammy Awards.” – Wikipedia.
From 2009 Ohio Tour to 2017 Twenty One Pilots Tour
A formed trio of Joseph Tyler, Chris Salih, and Nick Thomas was a band of college friends first and it made a huge following across Midwest and Ohio. Their first album was released in December 2009 which was a mix of rap, pop and high-tech. The band made a self-promoting Ohio tour the same year and used social media channels to connect with the fans. When two other friends Thomas and Salih decided not to continue their music career and quit the band in 2011, Josh Dun was invited to join the group as a drummer. A group didn’t wait for too long and released a new Regional at Best album in July 2011.
A breakthrough month for the group was November 2011 when they attracted many music labels with a sold out show in Newport Music Hall. Eventually, the group chose the Atlantic Records label called “Fueled by the Ramen”. This label was famous for the work with Young the Giant, Panic! at the Disco, Paramore and their following commercial success.
In 2012 the band released their first recording labeled Fueled by Ramen with a title Three songs. On August the same year, a band takes part in a tour with popular bands Walk the Moon and Neon Trees.
Then in 2013 Twenty One Pilots presented the first in their discography full-length album Vessel on the above mentioned label. The duo collaborated with Katy Perry and Adele’s producer Greg Wells. Obviously, this kind of partnership brought more to promotion of the band because the album hit the Billboard 200 taking 21 place. There was also a succession of other high numbers Vessel reached, for instance, on the Rock Album Charts it took #15 whereas on the Alternative Albums Chart they hit #10 and on the Digital Albums chart the album appeared on the 9th place.
2014 was the year of numerous music festivals and events for the group (buy twenty one pilots cheap tickets at our site). They took part in Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Firefly and Boston Calling. The very same year the band decided to satisfy numerous requests for the live shows coming from various cities and made the World Tour called the “Quiet is Violent World Tour”.
An energetic band took no rest and began creating their new album which surpassed the Vessel’s success. Blurryface album appeared in 2015 and its third single “Stressed Out” took the second place on Billboard Hot 100 and it climbed at the first numbers of Hot Rock Songs and Alternative Songs. And the highest achievement of the album was in May 2016 when the group won “Top Rock Album” and “Top Rock Artist” ranks at the Billboard Music Awards.
At the end of the same month duo began their hugest 21 pilots tour – Emotional Roadshow (you can buy 21 pilots concert tickets at our site). It comprised four countries and one continent starting from the U.S. and following Canada, Mexico, Australia, and Europe.
The full list of the concerts by 21 Pilots: Mostly November Tour (2012), Trip for Concerts Tour (2013), Quiet Is Violent World Tour (2014), Blurryface Tour (2015–16), Emotional Roadshow World Tour (2016–17).
Upcoming Concerts Setlist
|Fairly Local (Intro)
||We Don’t Believe What’s on TV
||Ode to Sleep
||Addict with a Pen
|March to the Sea
||Holding On to You
||Twist and Shout
||Guns for Hands
||Tear in My Heart