TicketWeb Phone Sales : You are currently logged in as | customer lookup | Sign Out
Event Image
Thalia Hall

WXRT welcomes The Strumbellas

Friday, Oct 20, 2017 8:00 PM CDT (7:00 PM Doors)
Thalia Hall, Chicago, IL

Share Venue Directions

Purchase Tickets

GA Floor

$20.00
Standing room only.

Seated Balcony

$32.00
Seated - General Admission
Total limit is 6 tickets for all sections combined

Delivery Type:

ticketFast RECOMMENDED. Print your tickets out now! What's This?
UPS 2nd Day $14.50 -  No P.O. Boxes, U.S. addresses only.
Please allow 2-3 business days for UPS 2nd Day delivery.
Mail $2.50 -  Please allow 10 days for Mail delivery.

Terms and Conditions:

Ticket Fee includes 1% City Amusement Tax.

 I understand and accept these terms.

Security Check:

Additional Information

When a crowd is singing along with the last chorus after hearing the song for the first time, and Twitter lights up with those same lyrics in the days following a performance, you know it's a song that connects. With poignant yet sing-along-able lyrics and undeniable rock noir musical undertones, Spirits, the first single from The Strumbellas’ forthcoming album, embodies the essence of what has been attracting fans from across North America to this Lindsay, Ontario-bred band.

That journey has been a whirlwind since the release of the band’s 2012 debut album My Father And The Hunter. The Strumbellas' sound — haunting lyrics fused with infectious, danceable melodies — won them both fans and critical recognition. A year later, they followed up with We Still Move On Dance Floors, which earned the band six awards, including a JUNO and Sirius XM 
Indie Award, as well as a spot on the Polaris Music Prize Long List. And of course, there’s been touring. Lots of touring.

In early 2015, the Strumbellas, off the road and ready to go into the studio again, set up shop at downtown Toronto’s Lincoln County Social Club to record the new album with LA Producer/Engineer, Dave Schiffman (Johnny Cash, Haim, Weezer). During three recording sessions during the first half of 2015, Schiffman and the band harnessed a vivid sound that was itchin’ to get out of them. Bigger. Bolder. Beckoning.

 

Loading..

Processing your request, please wait....