Boston, MA (PressExposure) August 21, 2012 -- With so much talk on the news and web about pop bands and artists like Justin Bieber, One Direction or Big Time Rush, it's always refreshing to see and hear about artists still rocking and selling out venues and cities on their tours. Barbra Streisand, The Who and Bruce Springsteen are just a few examples who have been topping ticket charts for the past few weeks. Not only have theses three been sharing the podium for tickets sales but have been beating out these popular young buck artists. Are these the come-back kids of music and entertainment, or has the new generation just stumbled upon what we have always know to be pretty darn good music. Well, maybe it's a little bit of both!
When The Who announced their upcoming Quadrophenia Tour 2012-2013, excitement for a band that has over three decades together came to an all time high. Even fans that had purchased tickets to a cancelled 1979 concert in Rhode Island are now getting their chance to see the show, if you kept your ticket it will be replaced by a new one! If you don't have a ticket to trade in don't worry, Ticket Website HQ has great seats left for The Who's Quadrophenia Tour starting in November 2012 and wrapping up in February 2013
Ticket Website HQ has Barbra Streisand tickets that have been flying off the shelves. This is an artist, actress, writer, and producer, well the list goes on and on! With achievements, awards and accolades that are a mile long, it's no wonder fans are scrambling to watch her perform LIVE! With over 50 studio albums under her belt I am sure Barbra puts on a pretty good performance. Fans can still find great seats for her first tour in almost 5 years, but it's recommended you purchase your Barbara Streisand tickets early as this popular tour is selling out very quickly!
The BOSS is another artist who has seen a huge increase in ticket sales for his current tour. With a successful show at Fenway Park in Boston, Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band will be looking to make record sales go crazy for the upcoming shows in Chicago at Wrigley Field and even in East Rutherford New Jersey at the MetLife Stadium. The Wrecking Ball Tour has been a huge success with awesome ticket sales for these big name venues. If you don't have your Bruce Springsteen tickets yet don't worry, they are not sold out yet...but I wouldn't wait!
Fans filling the venues to see The Who, Barbra and Bruce are not just the three decades plus old groupies who still have 8 tracks and cassette. These artists have collected a new group and generation of followers who have stumbled upon these classics. So when you head to the concert and look around, you will find an eclectic mix of young and old, but everyone is there for the same reason, to listen to some REALLY good music.