Despite many differences and the departure of some founding members, Paramore has been constant act in music for almost a decade. Paramore tickets are always a fastseller whenever the and goes on tour. The success of the band can be traced back to a young Hayley Williams. The early beginnings of Paramore started when lead singer Hayley Williams moved to Franklin, Tennessee from Mississippi and met musician brothers Josh and Zac Farro in 2002. With Josh and Zac on guitar and drums respectively, Hayley on vocals joined by Jeremy Davis on bass and Jason Bynum on rhythm guitar, Paramore was formed. In 2005 bassist Jeremy Davis suddenly left Paramore and was replaced by John Hembree right before the band was set to record their debut full length record. Paramore released All We Know is Falling in the summer of 2005. The album was released on Fueled by Ramen records and was warmly received by critics and charted on the Billboard Heatseekers chart but did not make the top 200 charts. Paramore garnered fan interest led by their music videos for their singles “Pressure” and “Emergency” and also fostered interest in Paramore tickets through their myspace page. At this time Jeremy Davis rejoined Paramore and replaced John Hembree with Hunter Lamb also joining the band replacing Jason Bynum on Rhythm guitar. Building upon their buzzworthy debut, Paramore played legs of the Vans Warped Tour in the summer of 2006. Paramore began recording their second album, Riot! in January 2007, ending production in March. At this time Hunter Lamb left the band for personal reasons. Without Lamb, lead guitarist Josh Farro was required to play both guitar parts on the album. Taylor York, who had been in a band with the Farro brothers before the two met Hayley Williams, joined as a replacement for Lamb. Riot! was released in June 2007 and was a commercial success. The album debuted at number 20 on the Billboard charts and was led by lead single “Misery Business”. Ever fan wanted Paramore tickets as they embarked on the Vans Warped Tour that summer. Paramore continued to achieve more success as the singles “Crushcrushcrush” and “That’s What You Get”. The band toured with Jimmy Eat World in the United States in April and May 2008. Paramore wrote and completed their third album Brand New Eyes in early 2009. The first single from the album was "Ignorance" and was released July 7, 2009. While at the height of their success with Paramore Tickets selling out, Josh and Zac Farro left the band in December 2010 citing personal and creative differences. Paramore decided to continue on as a 3-piece with Williams, Davis and York. After touring South America Paramore entered the studio in 2012 and released their self-titled fourth album the following year. The album with a more alt-rock sound debuted on top of the Billboard 200, selling 106,000 copies in its first week, marking the first time a Paramore album has done so. With their singles “Now” and “Still Into You”, Paramore tickets are selling as strong today as they were years ago and the band has become veteran mainstays in the modern rock scene.
All We Know Is Falling (2005)
Brand New Eyes (2009)
Singles & EPs
All We Know (2007)
Misery Business (2007)
That’s What You Get (2008)
Brick by Boring Brick (2009)
The Only Exception (2010)
Playing God (2010)
Still Into You (2013)
Ain’t It Fun (2014)
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8-4-14: Lead singer Hayley Williams recently admitted she thought
Paramore was done for good when they split up years ago. But she now
feels vindicated based on their recent album and tour. The next chance
to see them perform is on August 4 at the Concrete Street Amphitheater
in Corpus Christi, TX.
7-8-14: Paramore ended it’s last concert with the wildly popular “Ain’t It Fun.” The song was a top-10 hit, and has become their go-to closer for shows. The next chance to catch the hit is July 9 at the Klipsch Music Center in Indianapolis, IN.
6-24-14: Paramore was recently featured on ABC’s nightline, as they let cameras go behind the scenes of their current tour with Fall Out Boy. They’re touring around with Fall Out Boy this summer, with their first show June 27 at the Susquehanna Bank Center in Camden, NJ.
5-21-14: Paramore’s single, “Ain’t It Fun,” is now their biggest hit to date. The single climbed to number four on the Top 40 and Hot AC Radio. It also hit the top spot on the Hot Rock Songs chart. They’re touring around with Fall Out Boy this summer, with their first show June 19 at Xfinity Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut.
5-15-14: Paramore’s single, “Ain’t It Fun,” climbed to the top ten in the Hot 100, the only newcomer to the list this week. Paramore’s previous top single, “Still Into You,” topped out at the 24th spot on the same list. They’re touring around with Fall Out Boy this summer, with their first show June 19 at Xfinity Theatre in Hartford, Connecticut.
5-12-14: Paramore is coming to a town near you and many Paramore fans are excited to see them perform. Tickets are still available for all of the shows. The first stop on their tour will be on June 19th at the Xfinity Theatre.
4-18-14: Paramore's music video for “Aint It Fun” took a very fun tone, as the band tried to set numerous world records while filming. Some of the attempts include the fastest time for 3 individuals to smash 30 clocks with guitars and the speed time for walking backward while holding a stuffed animal. The video has become a smash hit on Youtube and social media.
4-8-14: The top five cheapest dates on the Monumentour with Fall Out Boy this summer are: July 6th at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater, June 19th at Xfinity Theatre (formerly Comcast Theatre), June 30th at Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion At Meadowbrook, and August 4th at Old Concrete Street Amphitheater in Corpus Christi, TX.
4-3-14: Alt Rock magazine Alter The Press recently caught wind that Paramore front woman Hayley Williams will be contributing guest vocals to the newest What's Eating Gilbert? Studio release. What's Eating Gilbert? is the side project of New Found Glory's Chad Gilbert. Paramore will join Fall Out Boy on tour this summer.
3-26-14: Paramore have been announced as a support act for the KIIS FM Wango Tango Concert. The event takes place May 10th at the StubHub Center. The concert will be headlined by Maroon 5. Shakira has also been announced as a support act. With very limited inventory on the resale market, the cheapest ticket is currently listed at $156.
3-24-14: Paramore have been announced as a second headliner for San Diego Radio station's 93.3 Summer Kick Off Show. The event takes place May 9th at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre. Other confirmed acts include Ed Sheeran, Fall Out Boy, Tiesto, Austin Mahone, Chris Brown, R5, MKTO, and Rixton. Tickets are on sale later this week.
3-21-14: Paramore will release a special 12 inch record release of their single “Aint It Fun” for the annual Record Store Day on April 19th. The limited edition vinyl is sculpted to look like a broken record and was designed by singer Hayley Williams. Paramore are veterans of Record Store Day, having released special editions in previous years.
3-11-14: Paramore have been announced as a co-headliner at Reading and Leeds festivals this Summer in the UK. Alt-rock supergroup Queens Of The Stone Age will be sharing the headlining honors. Macklemore, Imagine Dragons, and Vampire are some of the other monster names currently on the lineup. The festivals will mark Paramore's only UK performances in 2014.
3-3-14: Paramore and tour-mates Fall Out Boy will hit Cincinnati to headline the Bunbury Music Festival. The annual festival also includes Andrew WK, Foxy Shazam, New Politics, The Flaming Lips, Young The Giant, Fitz And The Tantrums, and Veruca Salt. One more headliner is expected to announced in the coming days.
2-17-14: 31,207 Paramore tickets for their Monumentour are now available on TicketIQ with an overall average price of $143.55. The most expensive Paramore tickets are for their July 30th show with Fall Out Boy (who is co-headlining the Monumentour) at Aarons Amphitheatre At Lakewood (formerly Lakewood Amphitheatre) where the average price is $278.56 and the get-in price is $25. Over 1,300 tickets are available and prices have gone up 80% in the last week. Despite a 15% increase in price, Paramore tickets for their June 19th date at the Xfinity Theatre are the cheapest on the tour with an average price of $51.51 and a get-in price of $25.
2-10-14: This summer Paramore has joined forces with Fall Out Boy as they embark on their MONUMENTOUR stretching from June to August with an average ticket price of $140 for the whole tour despite having more than 30,000 Paramore tickets on the secondary market. The single most expensive concert of this tour is the August 13th performance at The UCCU Center at $252 on average with a Get-in of $96. While on the other hand the MONUMENTOUR’s cheapest show is at Xfinity Theater in Hartford, CT on June 19th which has some Paramore tickets for as low as just $25 and averages the very reasonable price of $44.
1-31-14: There are now 29,434 Paramore tickets for their upcoming Monumentour with Fall Out Boy. The average price for these tickets are $135 per seat. If you're looking for a great deal the least expensive Paramore and Fall Out Boy tickets are for their June 19th tour date at the Xfinity Theatre with an average price of $48 and a get-in price of just $26 per seat. The most expensive upcoming tour date is on August 13th at The UCCU Center (Formerly McKay Events Center) with an average price of $253 and a get-in price of $96.
1-28-14: There are now 30,278 Paramore tickets for their Monumentour that is coheadlined by Fall Out Boy available on the secondary ticket market with an overall tour average price of $138.26. Currently, the most expensive Paramore tickets for the tour are for their August 13th show at The UCCU Center (Formerly Mckay Events Center) where the average price is $252.83. Get-in prices for that concert are $96. The least expensive Paramore tickets for the tour is their June 19th date at the Xfinity Theatre (formerly Comcast Theatre) with an average price of just $48 dollars and a get-in price of $26.
Paramore, along with Fall Out Boy, will embark on a 2014 Summer tour they're calling the "Monumentour".
Paramore Tour Dates
6/19 - Hartford, CT - Xfinity Theatre
6/21 - Wantagh, NY - Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
6/22 - Mansfield, MA - Xfinity Center
6/24 - Saratoga Springs, NY - Saratoga Performing Arts Center
6/25 - Toronto, Ontario - Molson Canadian Amphitheatre
6/27 - Camden, NJ - Susquehanna Bank Center
6/28 - Holmdel, NJ - PNC Bank Arts Center
6/30 - Gilford, NH - Meadowbrook
7/2 - Darien Center, NY - Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
7/3 - Burgettstown, PA - First Niagara Pavilion
7/6 - Maryland Heights, MO - Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre St. Louis
7/8 - Clarkston, MI - DTE Energy Music Theatre
7/9 - Noblesville, IN - Klipsch Music Center
7/11 - Tinley Park, IL - First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
7/12 - Cincinnati, OH - Bunbury Music Festival
7/18 - Columbia, MD - Merriweather Post Pavilion
7/19 - Hershey, PA - The Star Pavilion at Hersheypark Stadium
7/22 - Virginia Beach, VA - Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach
7/23 - Charlotte, NC - PNC Music Pavilion
7/25 - West Palm Beach, FL - Cruzan Amphitheatre
7/26 - Tampa, FL - MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
7/29 - Raleigh, NC - Walnut Creek Amphitheatre
7/30 - Atlanta, GA - Aaron's Amphitheatre at Lakewood
8/1 - The Woodlands, TX - The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
8/2 - Austin, TX - Austin360 Amphitheater
8/4 - Corpus Christi, TX - Concrete Street Amphitheater
8/5 - Dallas, TX - Gexa Energy Pavilion
8/7 - Albuquerque, NM - Isleta Amphitheatre
8/8 - Phoenix, AZ - Ak-Chin Pavilion
8/10 - Oklahoma City, OK - Oklahoma City Zoo Amphitheatre
8/12 - Morrison, CO - Red Rocks Amphitheatre
8/13 - Orem, UT - UCCU Center
8/16 - Irvine, CA - Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
8/17 - Concord, CA - Sleep Train Pavilion at Concord