When several hit TV programs like The Vampire Diaries, One Tree Hill, Gossip Girl and Grey’s Anatomy featured the Naked and Famous’ catchy-as-heck music, the buzz surrounding this New Zealand indie rock outfit became uncontainable, spreading to Great Britain, Europe, the U.S. and Asia. Fans couldn’t get enough of the anthemic, synthpop gems “Punching in a Dream,” “Young Blood,” “Girls Like You” and “Hearts Like Ours,” creating demand for Naked & Famous tickets around the globe. Critics and fans alike have praised their flawless live shows that conjure a mood both dreamy and danceable, reminiscent of acts like The Killers, MGMT, Passion Pit, and, at times, containing hints of Björk and Kid A-era Radiohead. Alisa Xyalith and Thom Powers vocals blend in harmonic perfection over moderate tempo synth beats, belting out highly melodic, bittersweet tunes that are an odd blend of melancholy and exuberant. No wonder that fan devotion is off the charts, making The Naked & Famous concert tickets valuable commodities indeed.