The Head and the Heart
Please adhere to published ticket limits. If you exceed the ticket limit, you may have any or all of your orders and tickets cancelled without notice. There is a delivery delay on the event and will be lifted on 12/31/16. Doors open at 7 PM, performance begins at 8 PM. This is a General Admission and Gold Circle performance. Gold Circle includes a resreved seat in Balcony C. General Admission includes all other areas on a first come first serve basis. General Admission balcony seating is subject to capacity. Buy tickets at the box office Monday - Saturday 12 PM - 5 PM.
press release: Indie folk rock band The Head And The Heart's 2011 self-titled debut album captured a nascent but undeniable creative partnership between six strangers thrown together by little more than a shared love of music. It became one of Sub Pop Records' best-selling debut releases ever, and rocketed the band to acclaim well beyond its then-home base in Seattle.
Throughout recent release Signs of Light the colors are brighter, the electric guitars are louder and the musical touchstones more universal. The propulsive, smile-inducing ode to Los Angeles "City Of Angels" and the head-nodding "Rhythm & Blues" nod to classic Fleetwood Mac, while the organ-flecked "Dreamer" is a timeless-sounding ballad that could have been beamed straight out of an old jukebox.
Acclaim for Signs of Light:
"The moody music of Seattle's indie-folk band can often be found on TV scores, but now it's finding radio success-their third album's single "All We Ever Knew" has already hit No.1 on the alt charts." - People Magazine (Ones to Watch)
"More sunshiny melodies and bright gospel harmonies to make you forget that these guys are from the Pacific Northwest." - NY Magazine and Vulture (41 Albums to Get Excited for This Fall)
"Signs of Light might just be The Head And The Heart's most uplifting album yet." - Esquire
"This marks the third album for the soundtrack-fave indie-folk group, after making an impressive debut in 2011 and releasing a polished sequel in 2013. From the looks of singles like "All We Ever Knew" and "Rhythm & Blues," Light boasts more country vibes, sing-along choruses and contemplative lyrics." - Harper's BAZAAR
"The collection is their most electric and uplifting set yet." - Entertainment Weekly
Seattle-born indie folk band The Head and the Heart is another one of our favorites here at InStyle. They've put out two albums so far and have toured around the world. Signs of Light will drop Sept. 9 and the band will tour into February 2017 in support of the album. -InStyle (10 Fall Albums We're Going to Have on Repeat)
A Seattle six-piece whose first two LPs recalled a more acoustic Arcade Fire...Their next album has burlier guitars and rhythms. - Rolling Stone