Blue October Spinning The Truth Around Tour Coming To The Quad Cities
The Spinning The Truth Around (Part II) tour is spinning its way back to the Quad Cities.
To get the best seat use our presale code "IROCK" to get your tickets first on Thursday, November 30th starting at 10:00 a.m. Tickets will be on sale right here for a nice early present for yourself or the Blue October fan in your life.
You can also win tickets and get more information on the seating below.
Since 1998’s The Answers, Blue October has been touring the world with a boundless approach, generating north of 1 billion total streams and charting 16 hits.
In 2006, Foiled earned a platinum certification and yielded signature anthems “Hate Me” and “Into The Ocean,” kicking off a prolific streak.
In addition to six consecutive Top 30 album debuts on the Billboard Top 200, they scored three straight #1 entries on the Top Alternative Albums Chart with Any Man In America , Sway , and Home .
Speaking to their sustained influence, 2018’s I Hope You’re Happy has become one of Blue October’s seminal albums. The title song “I Hope You’re Happy” vaulted all the way to #14 on the Alternative Chart, and is still one of their most popular streaming songs.
2020’s This Is What I Live For bowed in the Top 20 of the Top Rock Albums Chart and spawned a radio hit with “Oh My My,” garnering a Top 10 single at Alternative Rock Radio their first Top 10 since 2009 with over 10 million-plus streams.
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As of right now the opening band(s) are TBA. No, that is not the name of the band. That is to be announced. When they get locked in we'll let you know!
The last time Blue October was at The Rust Belt it was all standing. This time, most of the Rust Belt will be seated. You can buy tickets for seating in tier 1 (blue), tier 2(orange) tier 3 (green), or if you want to roam, the standing GA section is in the back.
Blue October, April 14 at The Rust Belt. Sign up below to win your tickets from I-Rock 93.5.
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