Twenty One Pilots, the massively successful duo blending alternative rock, electronic music and hip-hop, is coming to Baltimore this fall.
Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun today announced another U.S. leg of the group’s BANDITØ TOUR, with a stop at Royal Farms Arena on Oct. 15.
As The New York Times chronicled in 2018, Joseph and Dun charted an unlikely path from small shows in Columbus, Ohio, to a deal with Atlantic Records and, ultimately, a single with more than one billion views on YouTube.
“Despite those impressive numbers, it’s also possible you have never heard of Twenty One Pilots,” wrote Caryn Ganz. “That’s partly because the music they make, filled with urgent lyrics about loyalty and beating back darkness, feels laser-targeted at young people searching for answers, meaning, community or solace.”
The group is still touring behind their 2018 album “Vessel,” a follow-up to the multi-platinum “Blurryface.”
The band is using Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program, meaning fans have between now and Sunday, July 14, to register for tickets at this link. People selected through Verified Fan will be able to buy tickets starting at 10 a.m. on July 16, and they’ll be able to get seats until 10 p.m. on July 18.
After that, tickets will go sale to the general public on July 19 at 10 a.m.
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