After a sold-out European tour, the band switch to the United States in late July and kick things off with a show in San Francisco, CA on July 27. The band will spend about three weeks in the States, taking stops in such major cities as New York, Boston, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, Denver, Las Vegas, and more.
The final date in the US will take place on August 16 in Philadelphia, PA, giving the boys only a few days to rest before going to South America for a string of five dates, covering Colombia, Peru, Argentina, Brazil, and Chile.
Finally, the band will wrap things up with three Mexico dates at the very beginning of September, visiting Mexico City, Guadalajara, and Monterey. Buy your Tokio Hotel tickets online now before they are sold out!
Tokio Hotel Cheap/Discounted Tickets 2015
Tokio Hotel Tour Schedule 2015
|Jul 27||8:00PM||San Francisco (CA)||The Fillmore|
|Jul 28||7:00PM||West Hollywood (CA)||House Of Blues – Sunset Strip|
|Jul 30||8:00PM||Anaheim (CA)||House Of Blues|
|Jul 31||8:00PM||San Diego (CA)||House Of Blues|
|Aug 01||7:30PM||Las Vegas (NV)||House Of Blues|
|Aug 03||7:00PM||Denver (CO)||The Summit Music Hall|
|Aug 05||7:00PM||Chicago (IL)||House Of Blues|
|Aug 06||7:00PM||Detroit (MI)||The Shelter|
|Aug 08||7:00PM||Cincinnati (OH)||Bogarts|
|Aug 09||8:00PM||Cleveland (OH)||House Of Blues|
|Aug 11||7:00PM||Boston (MA)||Paradise Rock Club|
|Aug 12||7:00PM||New York (NY)||Irving Plaza|
|Aug 15||8:00PM||Baltimore (MD)||Baltimore Soundstage|
|Aug 16||8:00PM||Philadelphia (PA)||Theatre Of The Living Arts|
The journey of pop alt rock German sensation Tokio Hotel began in 2001 as frontman Bill Kaulitz, guitarist Tom Kaulitz, drummer Gustav Schäfer, and bassist Georg Listing joined forces with a plan to change the world.
Still in their early teens, the boys needed a few years to forge their craft, but they were ready to dominate the charts as early as with their first album. Titled “Schrei,” the record was unveiled in September 2005, and brought the band massive popularity in Europe thanks to its lead single “Durch den Monsun,” landing at No. 1 spot on German and ustrian album charts.
Two years later, the band had their eyes set on conquering the US market. But first, they released their second studio album, “Zimmer 483,” in February 2007, continuing the line of success with a total of four singles – “Übers Ende der Welt,” “Spring nicht,” “An deiner Seite (Ich bin da),” and “Heilig.”
Then, in June 2007, Tokio Hotel presented “Scream” as their first international record and a collection of songs from their first two albums sung with English lyrics, led by “Monsoon” as the English version of their breakthrough hit single “Durch den Monsun.”
The albums sold a combined figure of 2.5 million albums and fetched the group quite a few accolades, including the VMA Award for Best New Artist at the 2008 ceremony.
Two more albums followed to date, 2009’s “Humanoid,” and 2014’s “King of Suburbia.” The latter effort marked the first Tokio Hotel record to be released in English only.
In total, the group sold more than 10 million albums around the world and has earned a reputation of a top live act through continuous touring around the world. Tokio Hotel concert is a sight to see, an even you should most definitely not skip if you’re a rock fan.