Find your Alabama Shakes tickets today! Bringing a unique combination of roots rock and southern rock, Alabama Shakes has been one of the most critically acclaimed rock bands of the last few years. The band is on tour supporting their second studio album, Sound & Color. Get Alabama Shakes tickets for an upcoming tour date and enjoy the show.
|Current Tour:||2016 Tour|
|Discography:||Boys & Girls (2012)
Sound & Color (2015)
Fresh off of their three Grammy wins at the 2016 awards, Alabama Shakes added a slew of new tour dates to their 2016 schedule. New shows announced are scheduled for Tennessee, New Mexico, Arizona, Illinois, and an additional date at Los Angeles' Greek Theatre.
Launching at Ascent Amphitheater in Nashville on April 21, Alabama Shakes will tour through May. After taking a break during the month of June, Alabama Shakes will hit the road once again for eight shows between July and August. Get your Alabama Shakes tickets today!
Alabama Shakes released their sophomore album, Sound & Color in April 2015. Featuring the singles "Don't Wanna Fight," "Gimme All Your Love," "Future People," and "Sound & Color," the album debuted at the top spot on the US Billboard 200. Sound & Color was praised by critics, receiving four out of five stars from Billboard and AllMusic.
Alabama Shakes is a roots rock band hailing from Athens, AL. Originally a cover band, they were soon writing, recording, and performing their own songs. In September 2011, they released a self-titled debut EP, which gained the attention of both music listeners and the media. Within months, the band was playing sets at famous venues like the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and at festivals such as Bonnaroo.
Alabama Shakes' debut studio album, Boys & Girls, was released in April 2012 to mostly positive reviews. Afterward, they launched a tour in support of the album. Their second album, Sound & Color, was released in April 2015.
Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance for "Don't Wanna Fight" - 2016
Grammy Award for Best Rock Song for "Don't Wanna Fight" - 2016
Grammy Award for Best Alternative Music Album for Sond & Color - 2016