Get your cheap Duran Duran tickets today! The popular British band recently announced the “Paper Gods” tour in support of their 2015 album of the same name. Duran Duran will kick off the “Paper Gods” tour in March and will perform at venues across the country through the beginning of August. Opening for the group will be special guests Chic. Take a look at the schedule below and find your Duran Duran tickets to see the band in 2016!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Apr 05, 2017
|Duran Duran||Fort Lauderdale, FL|
Hard Rock Live At The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino - Hollywood
Apr 07, 2017
|Duran Duran||Wilmington, NC|
North Carolina Azalea Festival
Apr 08, 2017
|Duran Duran||Atlanta, GA|
Chastain Park Amphitheatre
Jul 07, 2017
|Duran Duran||Oakland, CA|
Fox Theater - Oakland
Jul 08, 2017
|Duran Duran||San Francisco, CA|
Nob Hill Masonic Center
Jul 10, 2017
|Duran Duran||Edmonton, Canada|
Jul 16, 2017
|Duran Duran||Honolulu, HI|
Neal S. Blaisdell Center - Arena
|Current Tour:||”Paper Gods”|
|Discography:||Duran Duran (1981)
Seven and the Ragged Tiger (1983)
Big Thing (1988)
Duran Duran (1993)
Thank You (1995)
Pop Trash (2000)
Red Carpet Massacre (2007)
All you Need Is Now (2010)
Paper Gods (2015)
In September 2015, Duran Duran released their latest album Paper Gods. A couple of months later, the band announced a North American tour in the album's support, titled the "Paper Gods" tour. The 25-show trek is split into two legs, with the first launching on March 28 at Durham Preforming Arts Center in Durham, NC. Making stops at venues including Barclays Arena in Brooklyn and Phillips Arena in Atlanta, the leg finishes up at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans on April 24.
The "Paper Gods" tour's second leg kicks off at Ascend Amphitheater in Nashville on July 6 and will conclude on August 3 at Gila River Arena in Glendale. The band Chic will join Duran Duran for each show. Find your cheap Duran Duran tickets today and see the band in a city near you in 2016!
Duran Duran was founded in 1978 in Birmingham, England. Nick Rhodes and John Taylor wanted to start a British New Romantic band and started to look for other musicians. When they were joined by Roger Taylor, Andy Taylor and Simon Le Bon, the band was complete. They performed many shows around the Birmingham and London areas and eventually signed a recording deal with EMI Records. Their debut album, Duran Duran, was released in 1981 to instant success. It reached #3 on the charts in the UK and made it to #10 on US Billboard charts.
The first single from Duran Duran was "Planet Earth," which made it to the Top 20, but their third single, "Girls on Film," turned the heads of music fans around the world. "Girls on Film" was released in the summer of 1981 and was accompanied by a provocative music video. The video was very controversial, but after the scandal, fans were more interested in buying Duran Duran tickets than ever. Public interest inspired the band to launch a US tour to cities such as Los Angeles and New York.
While their first album sold more than 6 million copies worldwide, Duran Duran reached new heights with their sophomore effort. The album Rio was released in 1982 and featured three Top 20 singles in the US with "Hungry Like the Wolf," "Save a Prayer" and the title track "Rio." The album sold 10 million copies and made the group breakout stars around the world. Seven and the Ragged Tiger (1983) was Duran Duran's third project, and it became their first #1 album in the UK. Seven and the Ragged Tiger sold more than 12 million copies and featured Duran Duran's first American #1 single with "New Moon on Monday."
Since their breakout debut album in 1981, Duran Duran has seen some ups and downs but always makes it to the top. Many of the band's albums have sold over one million copies each, and the group remains a strong touring act. From their very first album, Duran Duran changed the face of the New Wave Music genre. Their art glam personas, wedge haircuts and catchy songs captured the spirit of the 1980's, and their music inspired many fans.
Brit Award for Best British Video for "Wild Boys" - 1985
Brit Award for Outstanding Contribuation to Music - 2004
Grammy Award for Best Music Video for "Girls on Film"/"Hungry Like the Wolf" - 1984
Grammy Award for Best Music Video for Duran Duran - 1984