With a hugely prolific and collaborative back catalogue that swings from country-folk to hard rock, Neil Young is second only to Bob Dylan as the most influential singer-songwriter of his generation. Born in Toronto in 1945, he grew up on the music of Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry and Johnny Cash and formed several bands before touring the Winnipeg folk scene as a solo artist. After a brief stint in Mynah Birds, he relocated to Los Angeles where he released three albums with Buffalo Springfield, a 1968 self-titled solo debut and the first of many records with Crazy Horse, Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere. But it was after joining Crosby, Stills & Nash that he achieved his commercial breakthrough. 1970’s After The Gold Rush produced his first Top 20 single, “Only Love Can Break Your Heart,” Neil Young tickets sold in their droves for his subsequent Journey Through The Past tour, while 1972’s Harvest spawned his only US chart-topper, “Heart Of Gold.” A trio of more challenging albums followed (Time Fades Away, On The Beach, Tonight’s The Night,), 1976’s Long May You Run saw him team up with former bandmate Stephen Stills, whilst Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris joined him on 1977’s American Stars ‘N Bars before Rust Never Sleeps became the first of many tours to be documented with a concert film. Young then continued to experiment with his sound, venturing into synth-rock on 1982’s Trans and rockabilly on 1983’s Everybody’s Rockin’, leading to a lawsuit from his Geffen label for misrepresentation. But fans still snapped up Neil Young tickets for his live shows and towards the tail end of the decade, he broke through to the MTV generation, first with the award-winning video for “This Note’s For You” and then his first Top 40 hit in 17 years, “Rockin’ In The Free World.” Cited as a huge influence on the grunge scene, he then toured with Social Distortion and Sonic Youth before 1992’s Harvest Moon spawned only his third Top 5 single, whilst after receiving an Oscar nomination for his title track to Philadelphia, he recorded an MTV Unplugged session and 1995’s Mirror Ball with Pearl Jam. After being inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame as a solo artist and as part of Buffalo Springfield, Neil Young tickets for his tour with Crosby, Stills & Nash grossed over $42m. He’s remained as active throughout the 00s, releasing eleven albums including two consecutive No.2 entries, Le Noise and Americana, performing at Glastonbury and the Vancouver Winter Olympics, and embarking on a 2012 tour with Crazy Horse.
Neil Young (1968)
Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere (1969)
After the Gold Rush (1970)
On the Beach (1974)
Tonight's the Night (1975)
Long May You Run (1976)
American Stars 'n Bars (1977)
Comes a Time (1978)
Rust Never Sleeps (1979)
Hawks & Doves (1980)
Everbody's Rockin' (1983)
Old Ways (1985)
Landing on Water (1986)
This Note's for You (1988)
Ragged Glory (1990)
Harvest Moon (1992)
Sleeps With Angels (1994)
Mirror Ball (1995)
Broken Arrow (1996)
Silver & Gold (2000)
Are You Passionate? (2002)
Prairie Wind (2005)
Living with War (2006)
Living with War: "In the Beginning" (2006)
Chrome Dreams II (2007)
Fork in the Road (2009)
Le Noise (2010)
Psychedelic Pill (2012)
A Letter Home (2014)
The Monsato Years (2014)
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Neil Young Tour Dates
2015 Dates with Promise of the Real
7/5 – Summerfest – Milwaukee, WI
7/8 – Red Rocks - Morrison, CO
7/9 – Red Rocks – Morrison, CO
7/11 – Pinnacle Bank Arena – Lincoln, NE
7/13 – Riverbend Music Center – Cincinnati, OH
7/14 – DTE Energy Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI
7/16 – Susquehanna Bank Center – Camden, NJ
7/17 – Bethel Woods – Bethel, NY
7/21 – Nikon at Jones Beach Theater – Wantagh, NY
7/22 – Xfinity Center – Mansfield, MA
7/24 – WayHome Music & Art Festival – Oro-Medonte, ON
10/1 – Adams Event Center - Missoula, MT
10/2 – Spokane Arena - Spokane, WA
10/4 – WaMu Theater - Seattle, WA
10/5 – Queen Elizabeth Theatre - Vancouver, BC
10/7 – Earle Chiles Center - Portland, OR
10/8 – Matthew Knight Arena - Eugene, OR
10/10 – Santa Barbara Bowl - Santa Barbara, CA
10/11 – The Cosmopolitan Of Las Vegas - Las Vegas, NV
10/13 – UCSD RIMAC Arena - La Jolla, CA
10/14 – The Forum - Inglewood, CA
10/17 – Greek Theatre - Berkeley, CA
Neil Young Ticket News
8-18-15: Neil Young has announced a short string of fall tour dates with Promise of the Real. The band will hit the road in the U.S. and Canada for 11 shows in the month of October. They'll primarily hit the West Coast, making multiple stops in Washington, Oregon and California. The sole Canadian stop comes on October 5 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver. The tour begins on October 1 at Adams Event Center in Missoula, Montana and concludes on October 17 at The Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.
7-6-15: Neil Young began his 2015 summer tour over the weekend at Milwaukee's Summerfest. The iconic folk musician is slated to play 10 more shows through August, and the average price for Neil Young tickets over his summer run of shows in the U.S. is $181.76. He'll play his most expensive show on July 19 at Champlain Valley Expo in Vermont, where tickets currently average at $285.44 and the get-in price is $94. Conversely, his cheapest tour date comes on July 11 at Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska. That show owns a secondary ticket average of $124.83 and the get-in price starts at $52. He continues his U.S. run through July 22, when he wraps at the Xfinity Center in Massachusetts.
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