American electro/pop/rap duo Twenty One Pilots are coming to Vancouver April 10 on their Blurryface tour, which includes stops in Vancouver, Montreal, Ottawa, London, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, Edmonton, and Calgary.
With a sold out stop taking place December 9 at the Vogue, this is the next chance Vancouverites have to catch them.
Promoting their brand new album “Blurryface,” Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun come to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, riding the wave of recognition they’ve received over the last few years for their sharp beats and emotionally grounded rhymes.
Blurryface represents an innovation in the group’s style, with a vibrant, genre-shifting experience. The album was created by collaborating with various producers throughout Los Angeles and London, creating unique sound for each track, as the band saw fit.
“We felt like this album had so many different aspects to it we wanted to make sure we had the best guys on those particular songs that matched with what we thought made sense,” Joseph said in a press release. “I feel like having multiple ears and multiple brains on this album makes sense. It lends itself to the music since the kind of music Josh and I are attracted to ranges drastically.”
What came out was an eclectic product with momentum and style, every track giving you something you weren’t expecting. There’s a lot of hype surrounding these guys, so make sure you take advantage of this chance.
When: Sunday, April 10
Time: Doors 6:30 p.m. / Show 7:30 p.m.
Where: The Queen Elizabeth Theatre – 649 Cambie Street, Vancouver
Price: $29.50, $39.50 (including GST), on sale Friday, October 2 at 10 a.m. via Live Nation