The Cure Tickets
Shoreline Amphitheatre | Mountain View, California
You wouldn't wait for Friday to be in love because your Monday this May 29 is not blue, as The Cure returns to the Shoreline Amphitheatre for a second show. The Robert Smith-led band will be back on the famous Mountain View, California venue to give fans who couldn't purchase tickets for their first show a chance to experience the undeniable magic of The Cure's music in 2023! If you are one of those who weren't able secure tickets, this is your chance to redeem yourself! Be one of the lucky audience members to sing along to the band's greatest hits, such as "Friday I'm In Love," "Boys Don't Cry," "Just Like Heaven," and "Lovesong," to name a few. The Cure has been a mainstay of the rock music world for nearly four decades, so don't miss your chance to see them perform live. The Twilight Sad, longtime tour mates of the band, are supporting them throughout the tour. So you will get the best live rock performances on this exciting Monday night. Purchase your tickets now for this highly-anticipated show.
With over 30 million albums sold, The Cure is among the most successful rock bands of all time. The band, fronted by guitarist/vocalist Robert Smith, originated in Crawley, West Sussex, in 1976. Original members Michael Dempsey on bass and Lol Tolhurst on drums.
Smith was the only original member still with the band after many lineup changes. The band's signature sound combines elements of gothic rock, post-punk, and new wave, earning them widespread acclaim. The band's career and songs have endured, inspiring subsequent generations of alternative rock musicians.
The English rock band has put out 13 studio albums throughout their career, with "Disintegration" and "Wish" being the most well-known. With songs like "Pictures of You," "Lovesong," "Lullaby," and "Fascinating Street," the 1989 album "Disintegration" sold over 4 million copies worldwide. On the other hand, "Wish" is the ninth album of The Cure, released in 1992. The album sold over 3 million copies and was certified platinum in the US and Australia. Songs like "High," "Friday I'm in Love," and "A Letter to Elise" from the album all did well commercially.
The Cure's latest album was released in 2008. Although the album did not reach the commercial success the band had with their previous records, "4:13 Dream" was certified gold in Poland and peaked at number 4 and 6 in the US Top Alternative Albums (Billboard) and US Top Rock Albums (Billboard), respectively.
It may have been over a decade since the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee was able to put out a new album, but the band did not disappoint their fans in bringing the best live shows in recent years. The Cure has been actively touring the country and continually making live shows memorable for all their dedicated fans.
This year, the "Boys Don't Cry" hitmakers are again hitting the road for another massive North American tour. The band will kick off their US tour this spring on May 10 at the New Orleans Smoothie King Center. The Scottish indie rock band, Twilight Sad, will serve as the guest for the concert. The band is known for their powerful and atmospheric music and intense live performances. They are famous for hits like "Nobody Wants to Be Here and Nobody Wants to Leave," "Fourteen Autumns & Fifteen Winters," and "It Won/T Be Like This All the Time."
Catch these two established bands this May 29, Monday, at the Shoreline Amphitheatre. This is their second show in the famous California venue. So if you missed booking tickets for their first show, this is your chance to grab one for you and your concert buddies. Hit the "Get Tickets" link to reserve yours now.