Cadence Bank Amphitheatre | Atlanta, Georgia
The National are back in action with a vengeance, taking their new album, First Two Pages of Frankenstein, on the road to promote it. The Cadence Bank Amphitheatre will host a stop on this tour on August 16, 2023, and fans are going crazy over it. Just remember you are some of the luckiest fans in the world because this new album almost didn't happen, but everyone is super glad it did. Do you know why you are even luckier? Well, because you have landed on the best place to snag some tickets to the most awesome show of the year, grab them by clicking the "Get Tickets" button before it is too late.
In 1999, The National formed as an intimate rock outfit in Brooklyn, New York. Composed of Matt Berninger, Byrce Dessner, Aaron Dessner, Scott Devendorf, and Bryan Devendorf, all of whom hail from Cincinnati, Ohio. The group's distinctive sound has won over listeners everywhere.
With two EPs, nine music videos, thirteen singles, and eight full-length albums, the band's discography is impressive. In 2013, four of the band's albums were included in the NME's list of the 500 best albums of all time. There is a tour in support of the band's ninth studio album, First Two Pages of Frankenstein, which is currently in the works and set for release soon.
The band's incredible talent for crafting intricate sounds from spare elements is simply unheard of these days, and it's a big reason why they've managed to endure and stay relevant in the chaotic industry we know today.
When the boys play, the city will have its breath taken away, and any fan attending the show will have the best time ever. Tickets are moving much more quickly than anticipated, so don't delay in buying yours for what could be the best show of the year.