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Halestorm lights up the airwaves with hits "I Get Off," "It's Not You" and "Freak Like Me." True road warriors, Halestorm tours almost non-stop to bring audiences the tunes they love LIVE in concert! Buy your Halestorm concert tickets now!
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Halestorm Concert Tickets

It's not easy to stand out in the world of emerging hard rock bands, but Halestorm has managed to do just that. The Pennsylvania quartet has risen through the ranks the last several years, and their intense shows and fast-paced style have helped turn Halestorm tickets into a popular item.

Halestorm can trace its roots back to the late 1990s when siblings Lizzy and Arejay Hale began writing and playing music together. Even though they were in their early teens, it was evident they had something special on their hands. After adding several other members and touring throughout the country, Halestorm was ready for the big time. Even before the band dropped their first album, they were touring with Seether and Shinedown as well as numerous other big names.

The band released its self-titled debut album in 2009, and it was a substantial hit in rock circles. Thanks to songs like "I Get Off," the record was a critical favorite and eventually cracked the top 40 on the Billboard 200.

Halestorm followed up their popular debut with 2012's The Strange Case Of... which helped them grow their already-swelling fan base. The record reached 15 on the Billboard 200 and signaled a bright future for the up-and-coming hard rockers.