Our Western US headliner dates are going on sale this weekend. Dates and ticket sale links below…..
April 14: Las Vegas, NV, Pearl at the Palms. Tickets on sale March 9.
April 16: Tucson, AZ, Rialto Theatre. Tickets on sale March 9.
April 17: Phoenix, AZ, Marquee. Tickets on sale March 9.
April 20: Houston, TX, House of Blues. Tickets on sale March 9.
April 21: Austin, TX, La Zona Rosa.SOLD OUT.
April 24: Aspen, CO, Belly Up. Tickets for this show are available in person at the box office or by calling 970-544-9800.
April 25: Denver, CO, Ogden Theatre. Tickets on sale March 10
April 27: Salt Lake City, UT, In The Venue. Tickets on sale March 17.
For more info and complete list of all of our dates confirmed so far, visit Facebook.
Our music video is wrapped! Here are some snapshots from the shoot.
A little taste of yesterday morning’s music video shoot.
Photo by Marnika Weiss
UPDATE: our limited edition shirts are now sold out. Thank you so much to everyone who bought one! We will have more merch available as we get closer to our “Not Your Kind of People” release date so stay tuned!
If you have any questions on your order email: email@example.com
We have one more little treat for you today…….To keep with today’s “I Hate Love” theme, we are releasing a special very limited edition t-shirt designed by friend of the band, artist Heather Gabel. Only 500 of these shirts will be made, so you’ll have to act quickly.
Visit store.garbage.com to purchase.
We have the most incredible fans. We are overwhelmed by the amazing “I Hate Love” art we received from all of you from across the globe. As a Valentine’s Day treat, here’s a sneak peak of a new song called “I Hate Love’ showcasing some of your art. We weren’t able to include all of your love-hating creations in the video clip, but we will put together “I Hate Love” photo albums on our Facebook page today to display everyone’s work. We can’t thank you all enough for inspiring us.
Congrats to the Foos and Butch on the Grammy love last night!
Dears, darklings and little bones
It’s coming up to the 14th of February. Being that we have a new song called “I Hate Love” and having been blown away with the artistic efforts made by you all for the Garbage Cover Contest we decided we would like to see your love-hating artistic creations - paintings, drawings, photos inspired by this event. However, unlike the Garbage Cover Contest which was not run by Garbage, this is an official request by us.
Please submit your lovely works of art to firstname.lastname@example.org by 10pm PST Friday, February 10th and we’ll incorporate them into something special that we’ll reveal on the dreaded day itself….. Valentine’s Day.
*Please keep file size to 2MB and under.
UPDATE: Submission deadline has passed, stay tuned tomorrow for the finished project!
We’ve added a second live show in Los Angeles at the El Rey for the evening of April 9.
Tickets will go on sale Saturday, February 11 at 10am PST on Ticketmaster. There will be a 2 ticket limit per person and the entire show will be forced will call–meaning you will need to present your credit card and ID to pick up your tickets the night of the show, then you and your guest will immediately enter the venue.
We have put these ticket buying measures into place so as to protect as many real garbage fans as possible. We want our fans be able to get tickets for as reasonable a price as possible. NOT the scalpers. Unfortunately we don’t have a solution to the scalper problem but these measures should help protect our fans.
But remember……….these measures don’t guarantee you a ticket! We have not played in 7 years and as a result our shows are selling very fast.
Good luck. Thanks for everything.
UPDATE: Here is the ticket link for Saturday morning: http://www.ticketmaster.com/event/2C00483FF159518E
Tickets for our London and Paris gigs are officially SOLD OUT.
Los Angeles pre-sale tickets have sold out, but general sale will recommence at 10am PST tomorrow.
Some of you have expressed concerns about how quickly the Los Angeles pre-sale tickets disappeared. Unfortunately, there is nothing we can do about the scalpers right now. We are so sad and sorry that this goes on and we’re working with our touring partners on how to fix this problem going forward and to make sure this and future gigs can be filled with as many fans as possible.
We are adding more live dates over the coming weeks and months, so keep a eye here for more opportunities to see us this summer.
Love these animated gifs from our photoshoot (full video on Youtube)