The biggest artists are back to take on the most howlin’ cities in the country! Howl’s Top Shows This Week features a ton of favorites, plus a killer two-night show in Los Angeles. The best of indie and pop are on full display as we head into February and fans of The Killers, Lana Del Rey, Passion Pit and more will love Howl’s Top Shows This Week!
The Show That Kills
It’s been nearly 14 years since The Killers released Hot Fuss, the album that propelled Brandon Flowers & co. from alt-rock darlings to the sensations responsible for “Mr. Brightside” and the revitalization of karaoke throughout America.
The band’s new album, Wonderful Wonderful, was released in September 2017 and marks the group’s first number one release on the Billboard 200. The Killers are celebrating with the “Wonderful Wonderful World Tour”, featuring a full stage of musicians, a “killer” light show and all the hits for you to sing along to. The Killers are rolling through LA’s Staples Center for two nights on Thursday, February 1st and Friday, February 2nd.
Tour for Life
Lana Del Rey started off the year on Howl’s Top Shows and she is right back where she belongs! Howlers have had no shortage of Del Rey’s “LA to the Moon World Tour”, featuring stops in Denver, Kansas City, Chicago, Philadelphia and Boston.
She’s not stopping there either—Lana Del Rey will be performing tracks from her new album, Lust for Life, in Charlotte at the Spectrum Center on Tuesday, January 30 and at Orlando’s Amway Center on Friday, february 2nd.
Long Live Indie-Pop
Electronic and indie blends so well with these groups, Passion Pit and Walk the Moon are playing even more of our favorite towns! Both bands are armed with new albums and are right in the middle of tours that rocked some howlin’ spots last week. Read what we had to say, then dance your heart out to Passion Pit at The Observatory in Los Angeles on Tuesday, January 30th and Walk the Moon at Houston’s House of Blues on Friday, February 2nd.
Live Music Venues
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