The Replacements Ticket Information
Formed in 1979 in Minneapolis, The Replacements have long been regarded as one of the most important pioneers of modern alternative rock, and songs like "Alex Chilton" and "Can’t Hardly Wait" helped define this band's memorable sound. The group was a critically acclaimed powerhouse throughout the ‘80s before breaking up 1991, but Paul Westerberg and Tommy Stinson reunited the outfit in 2012, and now fans have a chance to experience these lasting hits live. Experience an electrifying performance from this influential band with The Replacements tickets from Vivid Seats.
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The Replacements Tour Set for Spring 2015
Following a busy year of festival reunions, The Replacements have officially announced a nationwide spring tour for 2015. The venture, which was announced on Feb. 9, will mark the first time in more than two decades that the Minneapolis-based rock band has gone on an extended tour. As of Feb. 13, the first show will take place at Seattle’s Paramount Theatre on April 9, but more than a dozen North American tour dates will follow for cities like San Francisco (April 13), Milwaukee (May 2), Pittsburgh (May 5), and Washington, D.C. (May 8). Some cities will be lucky enough to host double concerts during The Replacements tour, including Los Angeles (April 15-16) and Chicago (April 29-30). After the final North American show in Philadelphia on May 9, the band will be heading to Europe for a handful of concerts and festival appearances overseas. It’s unclear if they plan to add more shows later in the summer.
Although it hasn’t been confirmed, there are rumors The Replacements have been working on a new album. A new release would be the band’s first studio effort since 1990’s “All Shook Down.”