Guster’s “The Road To Carnegie” tour 2022 : Tickets and Dates
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Guster, a band with roots in Boston, has revealed plans to embark on a late 2022 tour across the United States in support of their most recent studio album, titled “Look Alive.”
The Road To Carnegie tour begins in November and makes stops in major cities such as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, and Washington, DC. Other stops on the tour include Detroit and Washington, DC. In addition, special guests Ratboys, Vundabar, and Alex Edelman will be accompanying the band on specific dates of the tour. Following their time on the road with Ben Kweller, the band just finished off their participation in a co-headlining tour with The Wood Brothers.
Guster came out with their eighth studio album on January 18th, 2019, titled “Look Alive.” The album was published on Ocho Mule and Nettwerk Music Group. The new album is the follow-up to 2015’s “Evermotion,” as well as 2010’s “Easy Wonderful,” which achieved the artist’s highest chart position to date at #22 on the Billboard 200. Another event that took place in 2019 was the commencement of the band’s Look Alive Tour, which featured support from Henry Jamison, Tall Heights, Nada Surf, Saintseneca, Kolars, Mikaela Davis, and Rubblebucket. They went on the road together with Caroline Rose and Van William the year before. Adam Gardner, Ryan Miller, Brian Rosenworcel, and Luke Reynolds are the current members of the group that originally comprised four people and was established in 1991.
Aside from the quality of their songs, Guster’s eccentric sense of style is one of the band’s most unique qualities. Ryan Miller and Adam Gardner play acoustic guitars for the band, and Brian Rosenworcel uses his bare hands to play various percussion instruments. It is interesting to note that Gardner will play the part of a conventional bassist on the acoustic guitar. Rosenworcel is the driving force for the eccentric nature of the band because he frequently takes the stage during performances to perform funny renditions of offbeat cover songs. The audience participates in the action by making jokes about Guster’s music in general and specific songs in particular. Because ping pong can be heard being played on the recording of Airport Song, devoted fans are known to throw ping pong balls at the stage whenever the song is performed live.
Who are the individuals that makeup Guster?
Guster is a band that performs live as a quartet. Ryan Miller and Adam Gardner, two of the band members, both sing and play acoustic guitar in the band. Drums and backing vocals are both performed by Brian Rosenwrocel, who is also a member of the band. The band is completed by the addition of Luke Reynolds, a multi-instrumentalist who was not one of the initial members of the group.
How long do Guster concerts typically last?
The majority of Guster concerts last between two and three hours, but the length of the show might vary based on the opening acts, encore, and other factors.
How to purchase tickets for Guster
SeatGeek, Stubhub, Ticketmaster, Ticketnetwork, Vividseats, Viagogo, and Livenation are some of the best places to buy Guster concert tickets.
An experience like sitting in the Guster floor chairs only comes around once in a lifetime. At live performances, floor seats and front row seats are sometimes among the most expensive tickets available. Tickets for Guster might cost as much as $1,000 if they’re on the front row or in the center stage area.
Guster The Road To Carnegie Hall Tour Dates
Nov. 2 – Orpheum Theater – Flagstaff, Ariz.
Nov. 3 – Belly Up Tavern – Solana Beach, Calif.
Nov. 4 – Palace Theatre – Los Angeles
Nov. 5 – The Fillmore – San Francisco
Nov. 8 – Revolution Hall – Portland, Ore.
Nov. 9 – Neptune Theatre – Seattle
Nov. 11 – Center for the Arts – Jackson, Wyo.
Nov. 12 – Washingtons – Fort Collins, Colo.
Nov. 13 – The Admiral – Omaha, Ne.
Nov. 15 – The Pageant – St. Louis
Nov. 16 – Headliners Music Hall – Louisville, Ky.
Nov. 18 – St. Andrews Hall – Detroit
Nov. 19 – Carnegie Music Hall Homestead – Munhall, Pa.
Nov. 21 – Lincoln Theatre – Washington
Nov. 22 – Lincoln Theatre – Washington
Nov. 25 – Carnegie Hall – New York
Guster is a band that plays alternative rock in the United States. They were formed in Boston, Massachusetts. The band was established in 1991, and its members include four skilled musicians who play more than one instrument each: Ryan Miller, Adam Gardner, Brian Rosenworcel, and Luke Reynolds.
Guster was a band that was formed when its members met during the freshmen orientation at Tufts University. They went on to independently produce their debut album, titled “Parachute,” and became an instant hit in a scene that also featured bands like the Dave Matthews Band and Phish.
Since then, Guster has developed into a popular band both on this side of the pond and beyond (though they are certainly most appreciated back in their home country!). They have also released five more albums, moving higher and higher on the Billboard 200 with each release.
In March of 2015, Guster made their way to the shores of the United Kingdom to perform two gigs in support of their most recent album, titled “Evermotion.” Guster is known for being a great live act, as well as a hardworking one, as they play over 250 shows annually.
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