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Shirley Manson leads her popular alternative-rock band Garbage on a long-awaited tour! Garbage hits “I Think I'm Paranoid,” “Only Happy When It Rains,” “Special,” “Stupid Girl,” and “Queer” have been rocking the radio for over a decade! Don't miss your first chance to see Garbage LIVE! Buy your Garbage tickets now!
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Garbage Concert Tickets

In the 1990s, few alternative rock bands were quite like Garbage. Fronted by enigmatic performer Shirley Manson, the quartet churned out some of the best hits of the era. Now, more than 18 years after forming, Manson and the gang still put on a great show, so it's no wonder Garbage tickets are a hot item.

Garbage formed in 1994 when Manson, formerly of the band Anglefish, was contacted by three other musicians in search of a lead singer. They struck gold with Manson, and it wasn't long before the newly-formed group released its self-titled debut album in 1995. The record was a moderate hit, but it featured what became their first hit "I'm Only Happy When It Rains." Right off the bat Garbage played and toured with bands like Weezer, Silverchair and Dave Matthews Band.

In the years after their debut, Garbage continued to grow in popularity thanks in large part to their sophomore album Version 2.0. The record saw a much greater commercial success and the track "Special" earned the band a Grammy nod.

Though they became less visible into the 2000s, Garbage maintained a loyal fan base through albums such as Bleed Like Me, and in 2012 enjoyed a comeback with Not Your Kind of People. Grab your tickets to check out this 90s staple; purchase your Garbage concert tickets now!