Bruno Mars is taking over 2017 with a world tour! Find your "24K Magic" World Tour tickets today.
Sting is back for more in 2017! "57th & 9th" World Tour promises to be a great show so find your Sting tickets today.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers are hitting the road for a tour in 2017! Find your tickets!
Catch Tim McGraw as he begins his "SOUL2SOUL" World Tour with the talented Faith Hill!
Blake Shelton is back in 2017! The country superstar is headlining his "Doing It To Country Songs" tour beginning in February, so find your tickets today as they are selling fast.
America's beloved Piano Man is playing at Madison Square Garden as well as select stops across the country, and if you can see the famous musician perform live then you owe it to yourself.
Bon Jovi is back! With a tour scheduled for early 2017, this classic rock band is ready to put on a show. Find your Bon Jovi tickets today!
Coldplay is touring throughout the summer on the "Head Full of Dreams" tour. Making stops at large stadiums across the country, including MetLife Stadium and Soldier Field, this is one tour you don't want to miss. Find your Coldplay tickets before they're gone!
Stevie Nicks is back for another tour! The Rock and Roll legend has been selling out arenas since the '70s so get your 24 Karat Gold Tour Tickets now.
Everyone's favorite pop band from the 80s is back! New Kids on the Block is touring in the summer of 2017 and it will be a show to remember as they tour with Boyz II Men and Paula Abdul.
Among the most beloved vocalists on the planet, Celine Dion is still blowing audiences away today!
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The most exciting way to hear music is to see and hear it be performed live at a concert. While all concerts provide the same common goal (seeing a musician perform live), there are many different settings in which concerts occur. They can take places in anywhere from someone’s private home to an enormous stadium, and everywhere in between, including nightclubs, dedicated concert halls, theaters, parks, and arenas. Some of the most popular concert venues include the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, Madison Square Garden in New York, Red Rocks Amphitheater in Denver, Fenway Park in Boston, and Wrigley Field in Chicago. Along with going to a standard concert, which often comprise of opening acts and a main performer, who all perform a similar, if not the same genre of music, one can also attend a music festival.
The past several years has seen an explosion in the popularity of music festivals. Fans seem to be thinking, "why only see on artists, when I can see a bunch?" And who can blame them! Not only can you see the biggest music acts on the planet, but you get to see some lesser-known bands as well. Most festivals also last several days, giving you the opportunity to "unplug" with thousands of like-minded music fans. Music festivals often comprise of many performers across an array of genres. Festivals can be fans’ best chance to see all of their favorite artists in one location. Today, some of the most popular festivals include Coachella, Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Glastonbury. If you are looking to attend a music festival, then this is the right site for you!
Music has changed drastically since the art form was first discovered thousands and thousands of years ago. Because it is impossible to know for sure, there are different theories as to what exactly the first types of music consisted of. Some archeologists suggest that the first forms of music were most likely created from readily available percussion instruments, such as sticks and rocks. Alternative theories suggest that the first musical instrument was the human voice itself, while others suggests that music wasn’t even created by modern humans, but by Neanderthals, who may have carved out animal bones to make instruments around 43,000 years ago.
Fast forward a few thousand years to 3500 BC, and the Egyptians had created clarinets, harps and flutes. In 1500 BC the Hittites created one of the most important musical instruments; the guitar. This led to the creation of other string instruments such as the violin.
During 4th Century BC, the Theater at Epidaurus was constructed. Although built for theatre performances, the near-perfect acoustics in the ancient Greek theater led the way for modern amphitheater designs.
During the medieval period, which lasted from around 1150 to 1400 AD, music was usually created and regulated by the church. Gregorian chants and polyphonic music were popular during this time period, and new forms of music were almost unheard of because of the church’s strict rules governing melody and rhythm. Music fans certainly didn't have the choice of concerts they enjoy today!
During the Renaissance period, which began in the fifteenth century, musical freedoms increased drastically and because of that so did the sound of music, as it changed from religious to secular themes. Royal courts often employed virtuoso performers, beginning an era of royal patronage of music performers and composers that continued through the nineteenth century.
Following the Renaissance period came the introduction of the Baroque period, which lasted from around 1600 to 1750. During the Baroque period, tonality was created, and composers used more elaborate musical ornamentation than was used during the renaissance period. Also, the bedrock was laid for forms of music that are still present today such as the orchestra, opera, concerto, sonata, and cantata. With the Baroque period also came the emergence of many well-known composers, including Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, and Alessandro Scarlatti.
The Classical period began after the Baroque period and lasted until about 1820. Much of the music that was composed during this 70-year period was much less complex than music from the previous period, and featured a lighter and clearer texture. The best-known composers from this era include Haydn, Mozart, and Beethoven. During this time, vocal music were the most popular types performed at music-only concert events, while concertos and symphonies often served as the instrumental introduction and interludes for operas and church services.
The Classical period was followed by the Romantic era, which lasted until the early 20th century. The music during this time period paralleled the expressive and emotional elements found in other art forms during the same period. Composers used music to embrace deep emotions such as grief, love, and tragedy, which gave their music a very different sound from that created in past musical eras.
Over the course 20th century and into present day, music has seen vast changes, with many genres transforming into new sounds in this relatively speaking, short time period. Genres such as blues, jazz, and country, helped spawn genres, including rock and roll, hip hop, pop, alternative, and R&B, all of which are prevalent forms of music today, alongside older genres of music, including opera and classical.
It certainly is a good time to be alive if you're a music fan! And it's lucky for you that you found TicketNetwork, providing you with a huge selection of concert tickets to choose from for just about any musical genre you can think of. There are concerts happening every day across the United States, so what are you waiting for!