Twenty One Pilots are coming to Des Moines
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You feeling stressed out?
You won't be in October when Twenty One Pilots comes to Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines as part of their “Banditø Tour.” The band added an additional U.S. leg to their tour, putting Des Moines into the mix with plans to stop at the capital city Oct. 25.
Twenty One Pilots, made up by Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun, have become one of the biggest breakout bands in the United States in recent years with their single, "Stressed Out," blasting out on every radio station and becoming a top 10 single on Billboard's Hot 100 in 2016.
The eclectic group's songs jump from hip hop to electric to indie pop to rock, but their lyrics are always relatable and emotional with hit songs like "Chlorine" and "Heathens."
Originally from Columbus, Ohio, the group has grown from putting on lively shows around their hometown to performing in arenas globally.
In 2018, Twenty One Pilots released their album "Trench," which followed up their breakthrough release "Blurryface," with three new songs and an accompanying music video trilogy.
Tickets go on sale July 19 at 10 a.m. at Hy-VeeTix.com and at the Wells Fargo Arena ticket office or by phone at 844-554-9833.
For early access, fans can register now through July 14 at www.twentyonepilots.com/banditotour and receive a code to purchase tickets between July 16 at 10 a.m. through July 18 at 10 p.m.