Howard Jones’ Transform 2019 Tour



On tour in support of his new album Transform (due out May 10th worldwide), electronic music pioneer Howard Jones also celebrates the 35th Anniversary of his album debut Human’s Lib. Both Human’s Lib and its follow-up Dream Into Action were worldwide hits. Human’s Lib reached #1 in 1984 in the UK and featured the hits “New Song” and “What Is Love?” In 1985, Dream Into Action quickly became a Top Ten Platinum album in the United States and featured the smashes: “Things Can Only Get Better,” “Life In One Day,” “No One Is To Blame” and “Like To Get To Know You Well.” In 2015, Jones released Engage, an entirely fan-funded multi-media project, incorporating specially-commissioned visuals with music and an interactive live show. He has sold over 8 million albums worldwide and recently performed on Today and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Men Without Hats have been creating irresistible pop music for over three decades and have soared back with the release of their latest album, Love in the Age of War.  It’s no surprise that this band has topped charts across the planet and even picked up a 1983 Grammy nomination for Best group (Culture Club won it). Hits include “Safety Dance” and “Pop Goes the World.”

Together as All Hail The Silence Grammy-nominated composer BT and triple-platinum British singer/songwriter, Christian Burns have forged a just-released stellar debut album, Daggers. Christian Burns, one of the most in-demand voices in dance music, offers his seasoned vocals reminiscent of the Killers and Blue Nile. Burns has number one hits with Tiësto and Armin Van Buuren and is a member of the beloved multi-platinum band BBMAK. 

Date:

Jul 11, 2019

Location:

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Hours:

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. 

Phone:

602-267-1600 ext. 1

Price:

$40-75

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