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Imploding The Mirage
$8.20
Hot Fuss
$29.99
The Killers Liston Orange Shorts T-Sh...
$15.87
Direct Hits
$30.63
Sam's Town
$29.99
Battle Born
$32.99
Day & Age
$25.98
Sawdust
$35.98
Wonderful Wonderful
$25.98
Battle Born
$23.00
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The Killers's tour

Live Photos of The Killers

The Killers at Toronto, ON in Scotiabank Arena 2023
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Fan Reviews

Patricia
October 22nd 2023
Artist was fantastic. Music and sound great. Venue so crazy! Getting in was terrible with traffic delays like crazy. Took forever! Also, so crowded! I assumed that restrictions were like any concert. Not!!! People with large backpacks, over sized bags, ice chest. Looks like anything goes. I did not see any security checks. I don't know who was in charge of the traffic and roads. So unorganized! Need some more organization!
Austin, TX@
Circuit Of the Americas
July 16th 2023
I was surprised they opened the show with Mr. Brightside, but it did set the tone for the rest of the night. They was never a let up in the energy all evening. A great cover of a Prince song and closed the night with All the Things that I’ve done.
Minneapolis, MN@
Target Field
SEAN
May 13th 2023
The Killers are absolutely amazing to see and hear live!! Incredible show. High energy that you could feel. They brought their A game and then some. They played every song I was hoping to hear, plus plenty of other great songs. Brandon Flowers is a true showman. He gives 110% every time. His voice is legendary. Their songs are iconic. This was the perfect night. We had VIP and ended up front row center stage. The sound here was top-notch. The instruments and vocals blended as good as I've heard anywhere, so kudos to the soundcheck person. The acoustics in the venue are the best in the area. It was truly a memorable evening. Unforgettable. Thank you for coming to Indiana, and thank you to the Hard Rock for bringing in such quality acts and for the wonderful service. I highly recommend seeing the Killers Live, and I highly recommend seeing a show at this venue.
Gary, IN@
Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana
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About The Killers

1) The Killers rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada, formed in 2002 and made up of Brandon Flowers (vocals, keyboards), Dave Keuning (guitar, backing vocals), Mark Stoermer (bass guitar, backing vocals) and Ronnie Vannucci Jr. (drums, percussion). Their first two albums to date have sold in excess of 12 million copies worldwide combined. They got their name from the video for "Crystal", by the British band New Order.

Initially, The Killers played at large clubs in Las Vegas. With the band's line-up stable and their repertoire of songs expanding, the band began to attract attention from talent bookers, local agents, major label, scouts — and a UK representative for Warner Bros. Though the Warner Bros representative passed on the band, he took the demo back with him, showing it to a friend who worked at UK (London-based) indie label Lizard King Records (now Marrakesh Records). The Killers then signed in the summer of 2002 to a British label.

They released their debut album "Hot Fuss" on June 2004 in the United Kingdom and US (on Island Records). Their first single was "Somebody Told Me". The band also had chart success with their singles "Mr. Brightside," which reached the Top 10 in the UK when released, and "All These Things That I've Done".

The band started recording their second album, "Sam's Town" on February 15, 2006, at The Palms Hotel/Casino in Las Vegas. It was released on October 2006. Lead singer, Brandon Flowers said that Sam's Town is "one of the best albums of the past 20 years". Though the album has received a mixed response from critics and fans, it has still remained popular and sold over 4 million copies worldwide.

The first single, "When You Were Young" debuted on radio stations in late July 2006. In late August 2006, it was offered as a downloadable track before the album's debut. The single then entered the chart on downloads alone at #5, and the following week on its official release went to #2 in the UK. The video clip of the second single, "Bones", was directed by Tim Burton. The third single was "Read My Mind". The video was filmed in Tokyo, Japan. The last one was "For Reasons Unknown" released in June, 2007.

The album sold over 700,000 copies worldwide in the first week of release, with a No. 2 debut on the United World chart. Brandon Flowers announced on August 22, 2007, in Belfast, Northern Ireland, at the T Vital Festival, that it would be the last time that the album "Sam's Town" would be played in Europe. The Killers played their last Sam's Town concert in Melbourne, Australia on November, 2007.

Much of The Killers' music is based on British influences and on the music of the 1980s, particularly New Wave. Flowers has also said in interviews that the larger-than-life sound of many of the band's songs is due to the influence of living in Las Vegas, a city where everything is about flash and who can top whom. They appreciate post-punk bands that sprang up during the 80's such as Joy Division, and they are also avowed fans of New Order (with whom Flowers has performed live), Pet Shop Boys, Dire Straits, David Bowie, The Smiths, Morrissey, Depeche Mode, U2, Queen, Oasis and The Beatles. Their second album was said to be greatly influenced by Bruce Springsteen's music and lyrics.

The compilation album called "Sawdust", containing B-sides, rarities, and some new material, was released on November 12, 2007. The album's first single "Tranquilize," a collaboration with Lou Reed, was released on October 2007. The band also released their cover of Joy Division's "Shadowplay" on the U.S. iTunes Store. The album also contains the songs "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town" (a The First Edition cover), "Romeo and Juliet" (a Dire Straits cover), and a new version of "Move Away" (previously available on the Spider-Man 3 soundtrack). One of the tracks on Sawdust is "Leave The Bourbon on the Shelf" the first but previously unreleased part of the so called "Murder Trilogy," in which it is followed by "Midnight Show" then "Jenny Was a Friend of Mine"

The Killers released a Christmas single called "Don't Shoot Me Santa" on December 1, 2007. The song, like "A Great Big Sled" benefits Bono's Product Red campaign to fight AIDS in Africa. The recording is not included on Sawdust.

"Day and Age" will be the title of The Killers forthcoming third studio album. The title was confirmed in an NME video interview at Reading and Leeds Festival with lead singer Brandon Flowers. The band headed to the studio in June and the album is being produced by Stuart Price. In the October 2008 edition of German magazine Musikexpress, in an article dated August 15, 2008, Keuning says the new record is 99% finished. It is planned to be announced soon, and is expected to be released in late November 2008. The Killers selected Paul Normansell to do the artwork for the new album, which should include some of Normansell's artwork and portraits of the band themselves.

Flowers also stated in an interview with Q that he was excited to play a new song called "Tidal Wave", influenced by David Bowie's "Drive-In Saturday" and "I Drove All Night" by Roy Orbison. The setlist of The Killers' July 29 and August 1, 2008 show at New York City's Highline Ballroom and Atlantic City's Borgata Hotel and Spa contained two new songs: Spaceman and Neon Tiger. These songs were also played at The Killers' show on July 31st at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut. Spaceman and Neon Tiger are expected to be included on "Day and Age". During their brief summer tour in 2008, The Killers confirmed several other potential song titles for "Day and Age" including "Goodnight, Travel Well", "Vibration", "Joy Ride", "I Can't Stay", "Losing Touch", "Fairytale Dustland" and "Human".

www.thekillersmusic.com

2) The Killers were a Uruguayan rock band from the early 1970s which realeased one album in 1972.
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Genres:
Alternative, Indie, Rock

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to The Killers to play in your city
Request a Show

Concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of The Killers

The Killers at Toronto, ON in Scotiabank Arena 2023
View All Photos

The Killers merchamazonview store

Imploding The Mirage
$8.20
Hot Fuss
$29.99
The Killers Liston Orange Shorts T-Sh...
$15.87
Direct Hits
$30.63
Sam's Town
$29.99
Battle Born
$32.99
Day & Age
$25.98
Sawdust
$35.98
Wonderful Wonderful
$25.98
Battle Born
$23.00
View All
The Killers's tour

Fan Reviews

Patricia
October 22nd 2023
Artist was fantastic. Music and sound great. Venue so crazy! Getting in was terrible with traffic delays like crazy. Took forever! Also, so crowded! I assumed that restrictions were like any concert. Not!!! People with large backpacks, over sized bags, ice chest. Looks like anything goes. I did not see any security checks. I don't know who was in charge of the traffic and roads. So unorganized! Need some more organization!
Austin, TX@
Circuit Of the Americas
July 16th 2023
I was surprised they opened the show with Mr. Brightside, but it did set the tone for the rest of the night. They was never a let up in the energy all evening. A great cover of a Prince song and closed the night with All the Things that I’ve done.
Minneapolis, MN@
Target Field
SEAN
May 13th 2023
The Killers are absolutely amazing to see and hear live!! Incredible show. High energy that you could feel. They brought their A game and then some. They played every song I was hoping to hear, plus plenty of other great songs. Brandon Flowers is a true showman. He gives 110% every time. His voice is legendary. Their songs are iconic. This was the perfect night. We had VIP and ended up front row center stage. The sound here was top-notch. The instruments and vocals blended as good as I've heard anywhere, so kudos to the soundcheck person. The acoustics in the venue are the best in the area. It was truly a memorable evening. Unforgettable. Thank you for coming to Indiana, and thank you to the Hard Rock for bringing in such quality acts and for the wonderful service. I highly recommend seeing the Killers Live, and I highly recommend seeing a show at this venue.
Gary, IN@
Hard Rock Casino Northern Indiana
View More Fan Reviews

About The Killers

1) The Killers rock band from Las Vegas, Nevada, formed in 2002 and made up of Brandon Flowers (vocals, keyboards), Dave Keuning (guitar, backing vocals), Mark Stoermer (bass guitar, backing vocals) and Ronnie Vannucci Jr. (drums, percussion). Their first two albums to date have sold in excess of 12 million copies worldwide combined. They got their name from the video for "Crystal", by the British band New Order.

Initially, The Killers played at large clubs in Las Vegas. With the band's line-up stable and their repertoire of songs expanding, the band began to attract attention from talent bookers, local agents, major label, scouts — and a UK representative for Warner Bros. Though the Warner Bros representative passed on the band, he took the demo back with him, showing it to a friend who worked at UK (London-based) indie label Lizard King Records (now Marrakesh Records). The Killers then signed in the summer of 2002 to a British label.

They released their debut album "Hot Fuss" on June 2004 in the United Kingdom and US (on Island Records). Their first single was "Somebody Told Me". The band also had chart success with their singles "Mr. Brightside," which reached the Top 10 in the UK when released, and "All These Things That I've Done".

The band started recording their second album, "Sam's Town" on February 15, 2006, at The Palms Hotel/Casino in Las Vegas. It was released on October 2006. Lead singer, Brandon Flowers said that Sam's Town is "one of the best albums of the past 20 years". Though the album has received a mixed response from critics and fans, it has still remained popular and sold over 4 million copies worldwide.

The first single, "When You Were Young" debuted on radio stations in late July 2006. In late August 2006, it was offered as a downloadable track before the album's debut. The single then entered the chart on downloads alone at #5, and the following week on its official release went to #2 in the UK. The video clip of the second single, "Bones", was directed by Tim Burton. The third single was "Read My Mind". The video was filmed in Tokyo, Japan. The last one was "For Reasons Unknown" released in June, 2007.

The album sold over 700,000 copies worldwide in the first week of release, with a No. 2 debut on the United World chart. Brandon Flowers announced on August 22, 2007, in Belfast, Northern Ireland, at the T Vital Festival, that it would be the last time that the album "Sam's Town" would be played in Europe. The Killers played their last Sam's Town concert in Melbourne, Australia on November, 2007.

Much of The Killers' music is based on British influences and on the music of the 1980s, particularly New Wave. Flowers has also said in interviews that the larger-than-life sound of many of the band's songs is due to the influence of living in Las Vegas, a city where everything is about flash and who can top whom. They appreciate post-punk bands that sprang up during the 80's such as Joy Division, and they are also avowed fans of New Order (with whom Flowers has performed live), Pet Shop Boys, Dire Straits, David Bowie, The Smiths, Morrissey, Depeche Mode, U2, Queen, Oasis and The Beatles. Their second album was said to be greatly influenced by Bruce Springsteen's music and lyrics.

The compilation album called "Sawdust", containing B-sides, rarities, and some new material, was released on November 12, 2007. The album's first single "Tranquilize," a collaboration with Lou Reed, was released on October 2007. The band also released their cover of Joy Division's "Shadowplay" on the U.S. iTunes Store. The album also contains the songs "Ruby, Don't Take Your Love To Town" (a The First Edition cover), "Romeo and Juliet" (a Dire Straits cover), and a new version of "Move Away" (previously available on the Spider-Man 3 soundtrack). One of the tracks on Sawdust is "Leave The Bourbon on the Shelf" the first but previously unreleased part of the so called "Murder Trilogy," in which it is followed by "Midnight Show" then "Jenny Was a Friend of Mine"

The Killers released a Christmas single called "Don't Shoot Me Santa" on December 1, 2007. The song, like "A Great Big Sled" benefits Bono's Product Red campaign to fight AIDS in Africa. The recording is not included on Sawdust.

"Day and Age" will be the title of The Killers forthcoming third studio album. The title was confirmed in an NME video interview at Reading and Leeds Festival with lead singer Brandon Flowers. The band headed to the studio in June and the album is being produced by Stuart Price. In the October 2008 edition of German magazine Musikexpress, in an article dated August 15, 2008, Keuning says the new record is 99% finished. It is planned to be announced soon, and is expected to be released in late November 2008. The Killers selected Paul Normansell to do the artwork for the new album, which should include some of Normansell's artwork and portraits of the band themselves.

Flowers also stated in an interview with Q that he was excited to play a new song called "Tidal Wave", influenced by David Bowie's "Drive-In Saturday" and "I Drove All Night" by Roy Orbison. The setlist of The Killers' July 29 and August 1, 2008 show at New York City's Highline Ballroom and Atlantic City's Borgata Hotel and Spa contained two new songs: Spaceman and Neon Tiger. These songs were also played at The Killers' show on July 31st at the MGM Grand at Foxwoods Casino in Mashantucket, Connecticut. Spaceman and Neon Tiger are expected to be included on "Day and Age". During their brief summer tour in 2008, The Killers confirmed several other potential song titles for "Day and Age" including "Goodnight, Travel Well", "Vibration", "Joy Ride", "I Can't Stay", "Losing Touch", "Fairytale Dustland" and "Human".

www.thekillersmusic.com

2) The Killers were a Uruguayan rock band from the early 1970s which realeased one album in 1972.
Show More
Genres:
Alternative, Indie, Rock

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