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Get your Smashing Pumpkins tickets today! The popular band is hitting the road in 2016 for the "In Plainsong" tour and will stop in venues across the United States. Joining Smashing Pumpkins will be singer Liz Phair. Don't miss your chance to see the popular band live in concert! Find your Smashing Pumpkins tickets on!

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The Smashing Pumpkins

Current Tour: "In Plainsong"
Discography:Gish (1991)
Siamese Dream (1993)
Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness (1995)
Adore (1998)
Machina/The Machines of God (2000)
Machina II/The Machines of God (2000)
Zeitgeist (2007)
Teargarden by Kaleidyscope (2009 - 2016)
Oceania (2012)
Monuments to an Elegy (2014)

Smashing Pumpkins - "In Plainsong"

After touring in 2015, the Smashing Pumpkins will be hitting the road again in 2016. The "In Plainsong" tour will make 20 stops across the country beginning on March 22 in what has been dubbed an "acoustic-electro evening."

"In Plainsong" will kick off at Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall in Portland, OR, and from there will stop at venues across the country, including Ace Hotel in Los Angeles, The Filmore in Detroit, the Beacon Theatre in New York City, and the Civic Opera House in Chicago. The tour's final show is scheduled to take place at Cullen Performance Hall in Houston on April 20. As with their 2015 tour, Smashing Pumpkin tickets are expected to go fast, so make sure to get yours soon!

Smashing Pumpkins Biography

When he was 19, Billy Corgan moved to Florida as the lead for a goth band called The Marked. Corgan reluctantly returned to the Chicago area a couple of years later, where he began formulating plans for a new band. Corgan met his guitarist James Iha while working at a record store, and he met his future bassist, D'Arcy Wretzky, at a club show. Allegedly, Wretzky and Corgan were arguing about the quality of the show they had just seen and became friends, and then collaborators, as a result. The three musicians formed The Smashing Pumpkins in 1988 and released their first single, "I am One," in 1990 on a local label. The Smashing Pumpkins gained a lot of attention from record labels as a result of their early success, and Billy Corgan's band slyly managed to hold onto their "indie cred" while signing to the large record label Virgin Records. When Gish was released in 1991, it was a smash hit among the college-aged crowd and their supporting tour had them opening for acts like the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Pearl Jam. By this time, Smashing Pumpkins tickets had become highly sought after.

In spite of some tension among the members of the band, Siamese Dream was released in 1993 and it was enjoyed by critics and fans alike. The success of The Smashing Pumpkins in 1993 led them to be the headlining act of Lollapalooza in 1994, and when the band disembarked from the tour, Billy Corgan announced that the next Smashing Pumpkins CD would have two discs. When Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness premiered in 1995, it debuted at #1 on the charts and was certified platinum 6 times over. The single "Tonight, Tonight" from Mellon Collie is still one of the best known Smashing Pumpkins singles of all time. The tour to support the album changed the face of Smashing Pumpkins tours, as they sold out tickets for huge venues for the first time. In the midst of the incredible success, tragedy struck. The band's keyboardist died of a heroin overdose, and their drummer (who also overdosed, but survived) was fired from the band in the aftermath. In 1998, the Smashing Pumpkins released Adore, which was met with a rather cool reception by fans and critics alike. After D'Arcy Wretzky left the band just prior to the release of MACHINA: The Machines of God in 2000, Billy Corgan announced that he was dissolving the Smashing Pumpkins that year, after a farewell tour. The tour featured a bassist from Hole, and the final show was held in Chicago at the Metro, where they played their first show in 1988.

The group reunited in 2006, with only the formerly-fired drummer Chamberlin and Billy Corgan remaining as original members. They released Zeitgeist in 2007. 2008 marked the 20th anniversary of the birth of The Smashing Pumpkins, and the group embarked on The Smashing Pumpkins Anniversary Tour, which will took them all over the United States and Canada. While Iha and Wretzky (the original guitarist and bassist of Smashing Pumpkins) weren't along for the tour, Corgan brought along all of the current members of the band for the concerts. The newer members are incredibly talented and are fantastic at maintaining the integrity of the original Smashing Pumpkins sound, while bringing the 90s sensation into the 2010s with style.

As of 2016, The Smashing Pumpkins have released 10 studio albums with the most recent being Monuments to an Elegy, which dropped in December 2014. After their "In Plainsong" tour wraps up in April, the Smashing Pumpkins are expected to return to the studio.