Divorced couple band, The White Stripes is coming to San Diego this summer. They have been together for 10 years, but just in the last few years have become popular in San Diego. In 2004 they won a Grammy for Best Alternative Music Album for Elephant and a Grammy Award for Best Rock Song for Seven Nation Army. The White Stripes will be coming to the Embarcadero Park. If you can’t find the tickets you want to this show at the box office here are the places to shop for after market tickets:
1. AIW Tickets always has a great inventory and usually has the cheapest prices too.
2. Stubhub is an excellent place to shop online as well.
They’ll even let you sell your tickets there.
3. TicketsNow is also a solid after market ticket vendor and usually has access the hard to find tickets
4. If those aren’t cutting it for you try a couple of these ticket vendors as well:
Here’s some info from Wikipedia about the White Stripes:
The White Stripes enjoyed their first significant success during 2001 with the release of their first major label album White Blood Cells, initially released on Sympathy for the Record Industry; the album was re-released on V2 Records in 2002. The stripped-down garage rock sound drew critical acclaim in the UK, and in the United States soon afterward, making The White Stripes one of the more acclaimed bands of 2002. In 2002, Q magazine named The White Stripes as one of “50 Bands to See Before You Die”. The Lego-themed video, directed by Michel Gondry, for the single “Fell in Love with a Girl” off White Blood Cells brought them wider attention.
Their follow-up album, entitled Elephant, was released on April 1, 2003, again to widespread critical acclaim and even more commercial success, as it became The White Stripes’ first UK chart-topper and US Top 10 album. It was recorded with Liam Watson at Toe Rag Studios, London. During their “50 Years of Rock and Roll” celebration, Rolling Stone magazine ranked it as the 390th best album of all time. The album’s first single, “Seven Nation Army”, was the band’s most successful yet, and was followed with a cover of “I Just Don’t Know What to Do with Myself”, originally written by Burt Bacharach. The album’s third single was the quite successful “The Hardest Button to Button”. On February 8, 2004, the album won a Grammy for Best Alternative Music Album, while “Seven Nation Army” won a Grammy for Best Rock Song.