Indie rockers Twenty One Pilots continue to bring the ruckus with their hard-hitting, rap-infused jams. Whether lead singer Tyler Joseph is spitting heavy flows on "Holding On To You" or Josh Dun is hammering out a drum solo on their radio hit "House of Gold", the duo knows how to put on an animated, passionate live performance every time. With a dynamic sound that blends elements of hip hop, hard rock, and pop, Twenty One Pilots always give fans something to cheer about at their packed live shows.
Ohio-based band Twenty One Pilots got their start in 2009 when Tyler Joseph, Nick Thomas, and Chris Salih met in college and produced, recorded, and released their self-titled debut themselves. After the departure of Thomas and Salih, Joseph recruited Josh Dun for the project, resulting in its current duo configuration. With the release of their second album Regional At Best, the band attracted attention from execs at Fueled By Ramen and were signed in 2012. They made their major label debut the following year with 2013's Vessel, which reached No. 10 on the Alternative Albums Chart and featured the radio-friendly track "Holding on to You". Since then, the group has toured alongside Fall Out Boy, Neon Trees, and Walk the Moon, made several primetime television appearances, and played sold-out shows on their Quiet is Violent World Tour -- all in a few short years. With their poetic lyrics, driving music, and amazing stage presence, Twenty One Pilots deliver unforgettable performances for their fans every time.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"Absolutely fantastic. There was a great crowd and Twenty One Pilots exceeded all my expectations! Will definitely go down as one of the best nights of my life."
" I discovered Twenty One Pilots as an opener band. They have so much passion and energy on stage. Right from the start, they engaged the audience as everyone sang along every syllable of every song. Amazing, high energy show!"
"Most talented two guys on tour today. From percussion and voice quality to intensity...they were awesome."