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They Might Be Giants are known for their lighthearted tunes with deeper messages like "Particle Man," "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)" and "James K. Polk!" A devout fan base flocks to see the infamous high-energy shows when They Might Be Giants perform LIVE in concert! Buy your They Might Be Giants concert tickets now
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They Might Be Giants Concert Tickets

With a flair for intellectual humor, there are few alternative rock acts quite like The Might Be Giants. For more than 30 years, the unique group has forged a loyal fan following who snatch up They Might Be Giants tickets whenever possible to see the band's now-legendary live shows.

The Might Be Giants formed in 1982 when John Flansburgh and John Linnell began performing together while the duo was still in high school. After releasing their self-titled debut in 1986, They Might Be Giants started to hit it big with their 1988 album Lincoln. The record featured a moderately successful track "Ana Ng," which was popular among the modern rock crowds and proved to be a significant stepping stone in the band's career.

Probably their most commercially successful album was the 1990 release Flood. Tracks like "Triangle Man," "Birdhouse in Your Soul," "Twisting" and "Istanbul (Not Constantinople)" became anthems for the band's fan base. Throughout the years TMBG has toured relentlessly, whether it be solo or sharing a stage with other bands like Poi Dog Pondering, The Flaming Lips and Foster the People.

Over the next decade, TMBG released some of the most original songs in the music industry. From the educational track "James K. Polk" on 1996's Factory Showroom to the delightfully absurd "Doctor Worm" on 1998's Severe Tire Damage, They Might Be Giants' unique tracks helped attract a devout fan base that follows them to this day.

While the masses may know them best as the band behind the theme song of "Malcolm in the Middle," They Might Be Giants have enjoyed a lengthy career by doing things their own way, and they certainly won't stop anytime soon.