Not So Silent Night Tickets
|Not So Silent Night Tickets|
|Live 105s Not So Silent Night: Green Day, Bastille, The Head and The Heart, Phantogram, Catfish and the Bottlemen & K. Flay|| Oracle Arena
|Mix 96.5 Not So Silent Night: Train, Fitz and The Tantrums & The Strumbellas|| Revention Music Center
Details of Not So Silent Night and the Ticket Luck value
Not So Silent Night concerts are a favorite December tradition hosted by various radio stations such as Washington-based 94.7 Fresh FM, and San Francisco Live 105.3, among many others. As always, both stations are featuring quite an incredible lineup for their respective shows with the former featuring pop rock sensation Sara Bareilles, soul singer Gavin DeGraw, Plain White T’s and Matt Nathanson, and the latter featuring rock act Kings of Leon, hard rock band Queens of Stone Age and Vampire Weekend. Not So Silent Night tickets are a much sought-after treat this time of the year, with music lovers looking to celebrate their snowy holidays with fun tunes from their favorite artists.
Singer-songwriter, pianist and musician Sara Bareilles, broke into mainstream pop rock with her hit single Love Song in 2007, which peaked as a chart-topper on the Billboard Pop 100 while it also recorded three-time platinum sales in America according to the RIAA. She has since sold more than a million records alongside four million singles in the US, and has gained three Grammy nominations. The artist recently released live album titled Brave Enough: Live at Variety Playhouse, a few months prior to which she released her fourth studio offering The Blessed Unrest. Her other albums include Kaleidoscope Heart, Little Voice, and Careful Confessions issued between 2004 and 2013. Bareilles’ hit singles include her latest, Brave, Love Song, Gonna Get Over You, Uncharted, King of Anything, Gravity, Bottle It Up, and River.
The artist has established quite a reputation for playing live having toured with the likes of Maroon 5, Lady Antebellum, OneRepublic, Sugarland, Counting Crows, James Blunt, Mika and Aqualung. Also appearing at 94.7 Fresh FM’s Not So Silent Night is blue-eyed soul singer-songwriter Gavin DeGraw who is best recognized for songs Don’t Want to Be (Theme song on TV drama series One Tree Hill), Follow Through, In Love With This Girl, Not Over You, Sweeter, Soldier, Best I Ever Had, and Chariot. DeGraw has appeared on many TV shows such as Sharon Osbourne Show, American Dreams, Rove Live, American Dreams, Real Magic TV, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and Ellen DeGeneres Show, among many more. In 2013, he released several new songs including the lead single Best I’ve Ever Had from his fifth studio offering Make a Move.
San Francisco Live 105.3’s Not So Silent Night is holding a two-night concert with the first night featuring Kings of Leon, Vampire Weekend, Arctic Monkeys, AFI and Queens of Stone Age, while the lineup of the second night includes such acts as Arcade Fire, Bastille, The Neighborhood, and Phoenix. Kings of Leon who only recently released their sixth studio album Mechanical Bull have created much excitement among the concert-goers for their raw rock appeal. The four brothers are among the most popular rock acts with huge hits like Use Somebody, Sex on Fire, Revelry, Pyro, Radioactive, Notion, The Immortals, Crawl, Wait for Me, Temple, and Supersoaker, where the latter three were issued in 2013.
Playing with them is hard rock act Queens of Stone Age comprising of Josh Homme, Michael Shuman, Dean Fertita, Tory Van Leeuwen and Jon Theodore. They are known for their characteristic riff-oriented, heavy rock style that developed from such influences as mark Lanegan, Billy Gibbon and ZZ Top. They recently released new album Like Clockwork, which features tracks by their new drummer Theodore as well as performances by previous drummer Castillo. Their biggest hits include Sat by the Ocean, First It Giveth, Burn the Witch, and In My Head, among others. The band was nominated four times for a Grammy Award in the category of Best Hard Rock Performance between 2003 and 2008, for their performance of No One Knows, Little Sister, Go with the Flow and Sick, Sick, Sick. 94.7 Fresh FM, and San Francisco Live 105.3 are both going to put up some of the best No Silent Night concerts yet so do get your share of Not So Silent Night tickets.