Largely ignored by the mainstream, Canadian rock trio Rush have still managed to sell an incredible 40m records worldwide whilst only The Beatles and The Rolling Stones have achieved more consecutive gold/platinum albums. Formed in Willowdale, Toronto in the late 60s, the established line-up of lead vocalist and bassist Geddy Lee, guitarist Alex Lifeson and drummer Neil Peart came together the same year they released their self-titled debut through their own Moon Records label in 1974. Inspired by the British blues-rock of Led Zeppelin, Cream and Deep Purple, they began to add elements of sci-fi and fantasy literature into their work with 1975’s Fly By Night and Caress Of Steel and after releasing Rush tickets for their Down The Tubes tour, they achieved their commercial breakthrough with 2112. 1977’s A Farewell To Kings and 1978’s Hemispheres saw the band experiment with complex time signature changes, greater use of synths and lengthy conceptual songs, whilst their prog-rock tendencies were further explored with 1980’s first US Top 5 album Permanent Waves and 1981 follow-up Moving Pictures. 1982’s Signals spawned their only Billboard Top 40 hit, “New World Man,” whilst Rush tickets continued to sell in their droves throughout the decade thanks to a prolific string of releases including the new wave-influenced Grace Under Pressure, the synth-driven Power Windows and live album, A Show Of Hands. Following the best-selling Chronicles compilation, the band returned to a more guitar-oriented sound in the 90s with Roll The Bones, Counterparts and Test For Echo before embarking on their biggest ever tour, An Evening With Rush, across 1996/97. After a self-imposed five-year hiatus, Rush returned in 2002 with Vapor Trails and their first tour in six years, performing to 100,000 fans during just two Brazilian shows alone, one of which was documented with the Rush In Rio CD. Rush tickets were then snapped up for their 30th Anniversary Tour whilst following 2007’s Snakes and Arrows, the band made their first US TV appearance in three decades on The Colbert Report and performed in the hit bromance comedy I Love You, Man. In 2010, they were inducted into the Canadian Songwriters Hall Of Fame and were the subject of documentary film, Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage. Whilst after completing their extensive Time Machine tour, the group equalled their highest US chart-placing with 2012’s No.2 album, Clockwork Angels.
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Fly by Night (1975)
Caress of Steel (1975)
A Farewell to Kings (1977)
Permanent Waves (1980)
Moving Pictures (1981)
Grace Under Pressure (1984)
Power Windows (1985)
Hold Your Fire (1987)
Roll The Bones (1991)
Test for Echo (1996)
Vapor Trails (2002)
Snakes & Arrows (2007)
Clockwork Angles (2012)
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Rush Ticket News
5-29-15: Rush takes its 40th Anniversary Tour to Jiffy Lube Live tomorrow night, and ticket prices have increased significantly on the secondary market in recent days. According to TiqIQ, the average secondary price for Rush tickets to the band's Jiffy Lube Live show is now $482.50, up significantly from last week's average of $383.08. The cheapest available ticket to Saturday's show is listed for $48.
5-26-15: Rush will be at Encore Park tonight playing the Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. According to TiqIQ, the average price for Rush tickets is $323.19 and get-in price is $95 on the secondary market. 34 more dates remain on the band’s 40th Anniversary North American tour, which continues through August. Over the next two months, Rush tickets own a secondary average of $233.73 on the secondary market.
5-22-15: Rush will make its next stop of its 40th Anniversary Tour at Smoothie King Center in New Orleans tonight. According to TiqIQ, the average price for Rush tickets to the band’s Louisiana gig is currently $202 on the secondary market. The cheapest ticket available is listed for $31. The iconic prog rockers make one more stop this weekend at Amalie Arena in Tampa on Saturday, where tickets own a secondary average of $321.75 and get-in price is $60.
5-20-15: Iconic prog rockers Rush will next hit Toyota Center in Houston tonight. The band’s 40th Anniversary tour’s Houston stop currently sees tickets average at $354.45 and get-in price starts at $73 on the secondary market. The trio will make two stops over the weekend when they play Smoothie King Center in New Orleans on Saturday and Amalie Arena in Tampa Sunday. Those shows currently own a secondary ticket average of $200.76 and $309.58, respectively. The milestone tour will run across the U.S. and Canada through August 1 when it wraps at The Forum in Los Angeles.
5-18-15: Iconic prog rock group Rush will next hit American Airlines Center in Dallas tonight as its 40th anniversary tour continues. The average price for Rush tickets to the band’s gig in Dallas is currently $297.11 on the secondary market. Get-in price for the show starts at $44. The tour continues through August 1 and will ultimately wrap at The Forum in Los Angeles. The band’s cheapest date will be on July 15 at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, where tickets average at $132.30 and get-in price starts at just $11.
5-14-15: Influential prog rockers Rush will play the Scottrade Center in St. Louis tonight, and the average price for Rush tickets is $134.02 on the secondary market. The cheapest available ticket for tonight’s show is currently $30. The band will next travel the Austin360 Amphitheater for a show Saturday night, where tickets average at $295.96 and get-in price starts at $35. Texas will welcome Rush for two more shows next week at American Airlines Center Monday night and Toyota Center Wednesday night. The band’s 40th Anniversary Tour continues in North America through August 1, wrapping with a final show at The Forum in Los Angeles.
5-12-15: 5/12/15: Rush's R40 Live Tour is in full swing. After rocking the BOK Center in Tulsa, OK and Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, NE, the band takes their talents to Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, MN on May 12th. These tickets carry an average price of $156.17 and a get-in price of $57.00 on the secondary market.
5-11-15: Rush will make its next tour stop at Xcel Energy Center in Minnesota tomorrow night. The average price for Rush tickets to the band’s Minnesota show is $144.22 and get-in price starts at $57 on the secondary market. Rush will make its most expensive tour stop on May 30 at Jiffy Lube Live, where tickets own an average secondary price of $565.25 and the cheapest available ticket is $60. The band’s cheapest date will be on May 14 at the Scottrade Center in St. Louis. That show owns a secondary average of $101.82 and the get-in price starts at just $17.
5-8-15: Iconic prog rockers Rush are currently in the midst of spring and summer run of tour dates, which continue across North America through August 1 at The Forum in Los Angeles. Over the three remaining months of dates remaining, the average price for Rush tickets is $229.79. 35 dates remain, and the most expensive show will be held on May 30 at Jiffy Lube Live Amphitheatre in Virginia. That show owns a secondary average of $559.74 and the get-in price starts at $56. The band’s cheapest date will be held this Sunday at Pinnacle Bank Arena, where tickets average at $81.37 and get-in price is just $14.
Rush Tour Dates
Rush 40th Anniversary Tour 2015
5/8 – Tulsa, OK – BOK Center
5/10 – Lincoln, NE – Pinnacle Bank Arena
5/12 – St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center
5/14 – St. Louis, MO – Scottrade Center
5/16 – Austin, TX – 360 Amphitheater
5/18 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
5/20 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center
5/22 – New Orleans, LA – Smoothie King Arena
5/24 – Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena
5/26 – Atlanta, GA – Verizon Amphitheater
5/28 – Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum
5/30 – Bristow, VA – Jiffy Lube Live
6/8 – Columbus, OH – Nationwide Arena
6/10 – Buffalo, NY – First Niagara Center
6/12 – Chicago, IL – United Center
6/14 – Detroit, MI – The Palace of Auburn Hills
6/17 – Toronto, ON – Air Canada Centre
6/19 – Toronto, ON – Air Canada Centre
6/21 – Montreal, QC – Bell Centre
6/23 – Boston, MA – TD Garden
6/25 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
6/27 – Newark, NJ – Prudential Center
6/29 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
7/9 – Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center
7/11 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
7/13 – Salt Lake City, UT – Maverik Center
7/15 – Calgary, AB – Scotiabank Saddledome
7/17 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena
7/19 – Seattle, WA – KeyArena
7/21 – Portland, OR – MODA Center
7/23 – San Jose, CA – SAP Center at San Jose
7/25 – Las Vegas, NV – MGM Grand Garden Arena
7/27 – Phoenix, AZ – US Airways Center
7/30 – Irvine Meadows, CA – Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
8/1 – Los Angeles, CA – Forum
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