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Alternative-rock band The Killers knock them dead with singles like "Mr. Brightside," “Somebody Told Me,” and "When You Were Young"! Don't miss your chance to see Brandon Flowers and the rest of The Killers perform LIVE! Buy The Killers tickets now!
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By RICAROG from COVINA CA on 9/18/2009
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Great Opening Acts, Great Sound
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I am a huge KILLERS fan and have been wanting to see them live for five years! My best friend bought us tickets and I had been looking forward to the Sept 16 Hollywood Bowl show for two months. It was everything I imagined and more! Two days later, still on a natural high and quite honestly, a bit depressed that it's over. They are as awesome LIVE as on the speakers of my car! I will have to go see them again next time they're in town. Only next time I hope to take my three sons who are also fans. I see now that it was a family friendly event.

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Totally Worth it.
By Gr8fuLee1 from Green Cove Springs, FL on 9/7/2009
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting
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Saw the show in ATL. I went with my wife who is a huge fan. I thought they were ok and just went to appease her. I was completely converted after the show. It was great and I haven't enjoyed a concert that much ain quite a while. If you enjoy the music even just a litte, see the show and you won't be dissapointed.

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The Killers @ MSG: very dissappointing
By Luc from New York, NY on 6/22/2009
Good Set List
Boring stage presence, Crowd Was Not Into It, Poor Sound Quality
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Hey guys- Okay, let me face the facts right now: this isn't going to be a popular review, in fact, I can see you hitting the "NO" link now. At least hear me out. I am a HUGE fan of The Killers' music, I know their entire catalogue (b-sides and rare tracks as well) by heart, in fact, i couldn't wait for January 25th, when i was to see them live at MSG. The result: a huge disappointment. In addition to being a huge fan, I'm also a season concert-goer, having seen shows of most every genre, size, and budget, from Cake (an indie band from Cali), to Oasis, Coldplay, and U2. I have seen truly epic shows, with unbelievable lighting, sound, and stage presence, and I have seen not-so-epic shows. Unfortunately (and this pains me to say), The Killers at MSG will have to go towards the latter end of the spectrum. M83 (opener) was great, I only knew two or three songs, but loved it all the same, in fact, i normally skip the support act, but I showed up early to see them. After a relatively quick stage reset, the countdown-clock came up on the killers mesh-style screen, and off the band launched (er, well, crawled), into Spaceman. While the concert did pick up eventually, the atmosphere in Madison Square Garden during the first 4 to 5 songs was truly depressing. The crowd sat down, a couple in front of me actually were just having a normal conversation, paying no attention to the music. At every other concert I've been to at MSG, (Billy Joel, U2, Coldplay, and Oasis to name a few), the crowd was on their feet for the duration of the concert, but this was not the case with the Killers. Brandon's vocals were spotty; i heard he was getting over an illness and it showed; he was clearly having trouble hitting some higher notes. The whole band, not only Brandon, looked like they were bored with their music and didn't want to be their. When they left and came back for an encore, the expressions on their faces were truly those of a bored shopgirl at 5:59 PM, eagerly awaiting her departure. Furthermore, the mixing was among the worst I've heard at any concert, and all the guitarwork sounded fairly mucky, unfortunately. Reading the great many positive reviews on this site leads me to believe simply that many of the people who rated this concert highly simply havent been to many concerts, and can't really tell from experience when lighting or presence is great, as they have nothing to compare it to. I feel qualified to say that I have seen some truly stunning visuals in an arena, such as Depeche Mode and Coldplay. What I saw at MSG was a poor attempt at a spectacle, in which all of the money went into the 15 seconds of pyro during "When You Were Young". Other than that, and a short blast of confetti at the end of "All These Things That I've Done", the visuals were lackluster at best. Bottom Line: The Killers are a fabulous band in terms of music, but they still need to get their act together on live performances. Note: All of that being said, I have decided to give one of my favorite groups a second chance live, and will be attending their 9/1 show at Jones Beach; I'll definitely post a review of that show.

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By D from Merced, CA on 1/26/2009
Crowd Was In To It
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this is a hella siick butt band that's all i can say... see them for yourself, they are incredibly amazing =) "are we human or are we dancer".....

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The Killers Concert Tickets

When The Killers first burst on to radios in the early 2000s, there were few other rock bands quite like them. Their unique brand of synth-infused tunes has helped propel them to become one of the most popular bands of the last 10 years, and make The Killers tickets especially popular.

The Killers formed when lead singer Brandon Flowers left his original band in favor of a more rock-heavy sound. After recording several demos, the newly-created group released its debut album, 2004's Hot Fuss, to critical and commercial success. Paced by the tracks "Somebody Told Me," "Mr. Brightside" and "Smile Like You Mean It," the album became one of the most popular of 2004 and among the best of the decade. Coinciding with the band's tour to promote the album, they shared the stage at Coachella with Radiohead, Muse and Death Cab for Cutie.

Encouraged by the success of Hot Fuss, Flowers and The Killers did not let up. Their third album, 2008's Day & Age, continued the band's hot streak, when it cracked the Billboard 200 top 10 thanks to the hit single "Human."

Nearly a decade after the music world was first introduced to them, The Killers, remain a radio staple, and they are likely here to stay.