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If you haven’t seen Lindsey Stirling’s Artemis World Tour 2020, you are in for an unforgettable experience. The genre-defying Stirling is a songwriter, a dancer and, above all, an exceptional violinist with a range of genres that runs from classical to pop to fusion to rock. The critics call her “indefinable” but her fans call her (as one judge on 2010’s America’s Got Talent screamed “...f-ing fantastic!”
Stirling started bending genres in high school in Arizona, when she and four friends formed the band Stomp on Melvin. While playing with the group, Lindsey wrote a rock song for solo violin, which she performed when she won the Arizona Junior Miss pageant. She went on to study at Brigham Young University, where she majored in film. She put that education to good use when she launched her “LindseyStomp” YouTube channel in 2007.
By the time Lindsey Stirling made it to the quarterfinals on America’s Got Talent, she already had an online following. When Sharon Osbourne told her that she would never be able to fill music venues without a singer, she had no idea how wrong she was! From the start, Lindsey Stirling concerts were top sellers. In 2012, the video for her song “Crystallize” had over 42 million views and was the #8 top viewed video on YouTube.
In 2013, Stirling embarked on her first world tour in support of her eponymous first album, appearing on television shows, at music festivals, at charity galas and in concert halls. By the time the tour was over, she had over 3 million subscribers on her YouTube channel.
The album, Lindsey Stirling, was nominated for three Billboard awards and her second, 2014’s Shatter Me, won Top Electronic/Dance album. The single of the same name made it to #10 on the U.S. Dance/Electronic chart. Lindsey has said in interviews that her song “Shatter Me” was inspired by her personal story of overcoming anorexia.
Stirling’s fan base runs the gamut from pop-loving teenagers to classical music aficionados and, while she was popular in North America, in Europe Lindsey Stirling tickets were even harder to get. Her second world tour in support of Shatter Me included an astonishing 140 shows in 2014 and 2015. In 2015, public television in both Europe and the United States began airing her London shows from the tour, titled Lindsey Stirling: Live from London. This brought Stirling even more recognition, as did her 2017 second-place win on Dancing with the Stars. Her 2017 holiday tour, Warmer in the Winter, drew sell-out crowds.
In 2018, Stirling co-headlined a tour with Evanescence, and headlined a Christmas-themed tour entitled Wanderland that same year. She reprised Warmer in the Winter for 2020.
Lindsey Stirling’s 2020 tour in support of her latest release, Artemis, is visiting North American venues from coast to coast. You’ll find great seats to all Lindsey Stirling concerts today at Ticket Network.
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