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New Mexico isn't a typical breeding ground for famous musicians, but a buzz surrounds Albuquerque-native indie rockers The Shins! If you love The Shins' tracks “Caring is Creepy” and “New Slang” you'll love to see The Shins perform LIVE! Buy The Shins tickets now!
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Shins rock the city of love and peace
By Crazy A from San Francisco on 4/18/2007
Pros:
Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Great Sound, Great vibe in the crowd
Cons:
Too Short, WE WANT MORE
Best For:
Casual Fans, Completely Unfamiliar, Die-Hards Only, Everyone, Those in need of posit

worked our way up to the 5th row and had killer views of this fantastic group - specially nice was Anita Robinson singing with them - shes a keeper! The music is so pleasing and positive - I could not stop hoppin! THESE GUYS ROCK, "complex/simple/clever/deep" can't say enough good things about my favorite band in the universe.....

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All hail The Shins
By Christabella from New York, NY on 3/19/2007
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Great Sound, Perfect Set List
Best For:
Everyone

So this was my first concert at the great Madison Square Gardens. And oh what a concert. Everything exceeded expectations - from the absolutely rockin opening act, to the amazing lighting, to the incomparable Shins and to The Music that just made every toe in the audience tap. This little South African danced her heart out

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Great show, great atmoshpere!
By jazbob from Houston, TX on 3/8/2007
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Great Encores, Great Sound
Cons:
Fav song not played, High drink prices
Best For:
Everyone

The show itself was fantastic. I was a bit disappointed that I didn't get to hear Young Pilgrims (and I thought I was going to miss So Says I too but it wound up being the last song of their encore). By no means did that ruin the show for me, but it's favorite Shins song and I was really looking forward to hearing it live. Other than that, great job guys! Drinks are outrageously exepensive at the Verizon Wireless theater. All in all, had a great time and hopefully I will get the chance to see them again.

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Good Show
By Tony Da Knife from Seattle, WA on 2/22/2007
Pros:
Crowd Was In To It, Engaging Stage Presence, Great Encores, Great Lighting, Great Sound, Perfect Set List
Best For:
Everyone

Had a good time -'Viva Voche' who opened was great and the shins were good as expected

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The Shins Concert Tickets

As indie rock began its resurgence in the 2000s, The Shins were at the front of the charge. With an instantly recognizable sound and a unique style few other bands can match, the New Mexico-based group formed a large fan following that will pick up The Shins tickets whenever possible.

The Shins can trace their roots back to 1996, but they did not achieve any significant mainstream success until the release of their 2001 debut Oh, Inverted World. The record included a number of well-known tunes, but perhaps the most successful was "New Slang," which was famously used in the 2004 flick “Garden State.” Once the album was in circulation, the band began to share the stage with names like Tool and Iggy Pop.

With their foot firmly in the door, The Shins popularity continued to grow over the rest of the decade. Their sophomore effort, 2003's Chutes Too Narrow, was a commercial and critical favorite and is considered among the best albums of the 2000s.

Though The Shins have only produced two albums since then, their quality of music has not faded. The band's most recent album, Port of Morrow, stayed true to their sound and the lead single "Simple Song" shows they've still got plenty more left. Seize your chance to see pioneers of the indie rock sound; buy your The Shins concert tickets today!