Iron & Wine Concert Tickets
Get the full alternative rock experience when you secure your Iron & Wine tickets today with TicketSmarter. Alternative music or sometimes referred to as alt-rock or simply alternative emerged from the independent music underground in the 1970s and become very popular in the 1980s. Alternative music is in reference to the genre distinction from commercial rock music. In 1988, Billboard introduced alternative music into their charts. Early versions can be found dating back to the 1960s with the Velvet Underground.
Alternative music has helped define new styles of music including indie rock, grunge and noise pop. The music tends to vary from the mainstream as it relates to social context and its sound. The breakthrough of Nirvana in the 1990s really brought alternative rock to the mainstream in music. Throughout history, alternative rock has been defined by its rejection of the commercialism of pop culture. However, ironically alt-rock has become so popular, concert ticket sales have exploded and in many cases surpassed many pop-rock artists. Grab Iron & Wine tickets now so you can experience alternative music live and in person.
Iron & Wine Ticket Prices
You’ll find that Iron & Wine concert tickets vary in price from market to market. Tickets for smaller venues that sell out fast are typically more expensive due to simple supply and demand. While larger venues tend to have more availability so ticket prices are usually a little lower. Alternative Festival tickets tend to be pricier but you have an opportunity to see Iron & Wine along with artists such as Pearl Jam, Green Day and the Foo Fighters.
How much are Iron & Wine tickets?
Generally speaking, Iron & Wine ticket prices average around $134. Of course, prices can range anywhere from less than $50 to several hundred dollars per ticket depending on the venue and seat location. Floor seats and VIP are usually the most expensive and can range from $200 to $500 depending on availability. The least expensive seats will be farthest from the stage.
Iron & Wine Tour Dates & Concert Schedule
Catch Iron & Wine on the road possibly at festivals such as South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas, Desert Daze Festival at Moreno Beach, CA or at Pickathon Music Festival in Happy Valley. Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago brings together some of the biggest names in indie and alternative music. Check out the event schedule above to see when Iron & Wine tour dates are coming to an arena or stadium near you.
When do Iron & Wine tickets go on sale?
Onsale dates for Iron & Wine tickets vary depending on the city or region. You can stay up to date by viewing the event schedule above. There’s no need for a presale code. Typically, tickets go on sale 6-9 months in advance.
Iron & Wine Seating Chart
Use the interactive seat map above to select the best seats for you and your group. The filtering option allows you to narrow your search by price and location. So whether you’re looking for VIP seats at Pitchfork Music Festival or lawn seats at AFROPUNK FEST, we have the best selection available. Pitchfork has a capacity of 19,000 while Afropunk Fest has around 70,000 attendees. If you are attending SXSW, expect attendance to be around 417,000 concertgoers. Grab Iron & Wine tour tickets now to attend Levitate Festival along with 30,000 other fans so make sure you secure your spot today.
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Songs from the Iron & Wine Tour Setlist
Iron & Wine's setlist while performing in Washington
, DC at “John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts”
included the following songs:
- With National Symphony Orchestra conducted by David Campbell
- Sunset Soon Forgotten
- Free Until They Cut Me Down
- Passing Afternoon
- Fever Dream
- On Your Wings
- Last Night
- Naked as We Came
- Sodom, South Georgia
- Cinder and Smoke
- The Trapeze Swinger
- Acoustic Set
- Right for Sky
- Waves of Galveston
- Bitter Truth
- Each Coming Night
- Weary Memory
- Resurrection Fern
- Tree by the River
- Flightless Bird, American Mouth
- Love and Some Verses