The Ballroom Thieves Tour 2018 Tickets, Dates, Concerts

Active

2010s

Formed

2010 in Boston, MA

Genre

Folk
Pop/Rock

Styles

Alternative/Indie Rock
Indie Folk

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Upcoming concerts

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Date & TimeEventLocation
Saturday
Sep 1, 2018
05:00 PM
Ghostland: The Ghost of Paul Revere Shovels and Rope Ballroom Thieves & Maine Youth Rock OrchestraPortland, USA
The Ballroom ThievesThompson's Point 501 Danforth Street 04101
Friday
Sep 14, 2018
09:30 PM
The Ballroom ThievesMadison, USA
The Ballroom ThievesHigh Noon Saloon 701 E Washington Ave 53703
Saturday
Sep 15, 2018
09:00 PM
The Ballroom ThievesMinneapolis, USA
The Ballroom Thieves7th Street Entry 701 First Avenue North 55403
Thursday
Sep 20, 2018
08:00 PM
The Ballroom ThievesDenver, USA
The Ballroom ThievesLarimer Lounge 2721 Larimer Street 80205
Thursday
Oct 11, 2018
07:30 PM
The Ballroom ThievesLos Angeles, USA
The Ballroom ThievesMoroccan Lounge 90012
Thursday
Oct 18, 2018
08:00 PM
The Ballroom ThievesSeattle, USA
The Ballroom ThievesTractor Tavern 5213 Ballard Ave Nw 98107
Friday
Oct 19, 2018
09:00 PM
Kuinka & The Ballroom ThievesPortland, USA
The Ballroom ThievesMississippi Studios 3939 North Mississippi 97227
Friday
Oct 26, 2018
08:00 PM
The Ballroom ThievesDavenport, USA
The Ballroom ThievesRedstone Room 129 Main Street 52801
Friday
Nov 2, 2018
09:00 PM
The Ballroom ThievesNashville, USA
The Ballroom ThievesThe High Watt 1 Cannery Row 37203
Saturday
Nov 3, 2018
09:00 PM
The Ballroom ThievesAtlanta, USA
The Ballroom ThievesAisle 5 1123 Euclid Ave Ne 30307
Thursday
Dec 6, 2018
08:00 PM
The Ballroom ThievesWashington, USA
The Ballroom ThievesRock And Roll Hotel 1353 H Street Ne 20002
Friday
Dec 7, 2018
09:15 PM
The Ballroom ThievesPhiladelphia, USA
The Ballroom ThievesJohnny Brenda's 1201 North Frankford Avenue 19125

Biography

Tall Heights is an electrofolk duo based in Boston, MA. The group formed in 2009 and consists of singer/guitarist Tim Harrington and singer/cellist Paul Wright. Recent touring has also featured percussionist/singer Paul Dumas. More...

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Discography

DeadeyeUnited for Opportunity
A Wolf In The DoorwayBlue Corn Music

           

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11 Responses to “The Ballroom Thieves Tour 2018 Tickets, Dates, Concerts”

  1. Darryl Monn

    Listening to the ballroom thieves on iTunes, soundcloud, in any headphones really, does not do this band justice. The music in their love performance physically hits and completely surrounds you. Not to mention they have awesome stage presence.

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  2. Kirby Berl

    AMAZING!!!, unforgettable. I go to maybe 3-4 shows per a year, and I make sure 3 of those 4 are Ballroom Thieves and Ghosts of Paul Revere… and this time they were together

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  3. Ardis Jastremski

    The dynamics of these 3 bands is heavily weighted in the ability to listen and fall into perfect timing on each lift and pause. They all played together on and off throughout the night, as friends would, and the sound (other than Darlingside’s) was phenomenal. kudos to the sound and stage guys for constantly swapping out instruments and mics throughout the night.
    And the encore of Eddie Vedder’s Hard Sun with all three bands was powerful!

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  4. Isaac Skow

    The TallRoomSide family is full of extremely talented, humorous, and kindhearted individuals. Never do you feel more like a partner in the music experience than with these three bands. They always take care to address the crowd, crack a few witty jokes, introduce each band member to their audience, and are always available to chat after the show. They love hugs and kisses and aren’t afraid to show it on stage. And did I mention that the music they play is phenomenal? These kids are going somewhere. Don’t miss an opportunity to see them live. And you’d be crazy not to own an album or two.

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  5. Ira Falkenstein

    This was my third time seeing the Ballroom Thieves and they are always awesome!! They have become my favorite band to see live. And this venue was my favorite so far. It was a nice small size but not too small, and it has 3 bars including one upstairs. We had a great view and it seemed like pretty much everyone did. And the patio to have dinner and drinks before was amazing too!
    A perfect night with good food & sangria, and awesome music in a great venue.

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  6. Leonida Carraway

    The Ballroom Thieves are one of my favorite local bands to see live. This was my 6th show of theirs in a year, and every time I see them it’s a fun show.
    The Sinclair is an amazing venue. Anywhere you stand you have a great view of the stage and the sound is perfect. The drinks are good and there is a bar convenient to anywhere you are standing for the show.
    I also really enjoyed the opening bands. Tigerman Woah were really fun live and I found myself dancing to their music! The Ghost of Paul Revere was an interesting choice to follow Tigerman Woah and I think I would have enjoyed them more if the two bands weren’t so different.
    Overall awesome! I highly recommend seeing The Ballroom Thieves whenever they come to your area.

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  7. Tomas Wacaster

    Loved Darlingside and Tall Heights but the mixing was awful. Never heard the cello or the woman from Tall Heights. Darlingside were wonderful but would have been better if they had enough mics. I will come again and hope for better.

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  8. Sana Lanagan

    I’ve been going to Ballroom Thieves shows for several years now and they never disappoint! Comprised of strings, percussion, and a cello, the Thieves wed lyrics cringe-worthy of bitter-sweet nostalgia and rowdy boldness with instrumentals that leave everyone exhausted from stomping along. This event featured many new songs off their soon-to-be-released full-length album (2 EPs were released already), a jaw-dropping solo from their new cellist, and a cathartic crowd-pleasing finisher sung acoustically in the middle of the venue floor. Their roughly hour-long set was filled with extremely positive feedback and an incredible atmosphere that always dwarfs whoever takes the stage before and after them.

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  9. Levi Beisel

    Darlingside, Tall Heights and the Ballroom Thieves were all outstanding, but Callie Peters, cellist with the Ballroom Thieves literally stole the show with her incredible rendition of “Bury Me Smiling”, written by Martin Earley and arranged by BERKLEE graduate Peters. Her voice, phrasing and timing were immaculate and without a doubt this song is a show stopping hit. Callie graciously accepted the longest and most enthusiastic applause on a night where the crowd thoroughly enjoyed every tune the three bands expertly smithed.

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  10. Robert Demeyer

    The Ballroom Thieves packed the house at Great Scott both Friday & Saturday. I was fortunate to be at the Friday night show.

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  11. Sandra Golanski

    This band was out of this world entertaining. They captured the audience with every song and left everyone wanting more in the end!

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