Young The Giant Portland ME Tickets, State Theatre - ME, Nov 10, 2018, Concert
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Young The Giant Portland Concert Tickets in Nov 10, 2018 at State Theatre - ME in 08:00 PM available for sale as part of the announced Young The Giant North American Live Tour 2018. All latest concert dates, tour schedule, setlist, video, reviews and etc you can find at Young The Giant Tour Page.


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State Theatre - ME
609 Congress St
04101
Portland, ME, US

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Young the Giant is an American rock band that formed in Irvine, California, in 2004. The band's line-up consists of Sameer Gadhia (lead vocals), Jacob Tilley (guitar), Eric Cannata (guitar), Payam Doostzadeh (bass guitar), and Francois Comtois (drums). Formerly known as The Jakes, Young the Giant was signed by Roadrunner Records in 2009, and they released their eponymous debut album in 2010. More...

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14 Responses to “Young The Giant Portland ME Tickets, State Theatre – ME, Nov 10, 2018, Concert”

  1. Minerva Forsting

    amazing show!!! ytg is amazing live! so much energy!!!

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  2. Tomas Wacaster

    Honestly one of the best shows I’ve been to in my life. All three bands were amazing! Best show of the year hands down

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  3. Elana Raver

    This was the third year in a row I’d seen Young the Giant, almost to the day, and they just never disappoint. They always put on the most unforgettable performance. It was the SECOND time I’d seen their Home of the Strange tour (same venue, but outdoor instead of indoor this time around) and it was even better the second time, if that’s even possible. I will never say no to seeing them in concert!

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  4. Jessie Manikowski

    The venue kinda sucked, but the band was super energetic and got the crowd going! Every song they played sounded amazing and the set list was of a pretty good length! Would definitely see them again!

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  5. Neoma Lado

    Took my 27 son who has been a fan of YtG since their roots – playing at Disneyland and winning talent show at Beckman High. He loved it and I also thought it was an excellent concert and venue. Did not give 5 stars due to dust bowl and poorly marked lanes when exiting parking.

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  6. Dodie Jeanmard

    The lead singer had so much energy and never stopped dancing! I’ve never seen a band look so happy to be on stage. Would definitely recommend them to anyone!

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  7. Buford Ortegon

    Seen these guys 3 times in one year. It’s like every show gets better and better. You might fall in love with this band even more once you watch them live. Just a warning haha.

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  8. Elias Lindo

    Young the giant is always a great band to see live. This is the second show I’ve seen at the Hard Rock and it’s a pretty cool place.

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  9. Donn Rydolph

    Not to knock the Hard Rock Live venue but it is a lot like the House of Blues in Orlando. That being said, I had a great time and the night was fun and safe. Joywave seems like they’re on their way as a legit group. Cold War Kids did an excellent set list but Young the giant stole the show. In my opinion, they will do well as an arena group. Kudos to the special effects and all the showmanship. I would definitely see this again!

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  10. Paul Macoreno

    Go see them or else you will regret for the rest of your life

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  11. Shanae Riso

    I love Young the Giant!! They are by far my favorite band. The lyrics and beats are unbelievable. I know this venue isn’t completely done (in the middle of no-where type of feel with the dirt two-way road), but it was absolutely perfect for this event. It was their hometown and it felt very home-like for myself as a concert attendee. If every concert was like this, i’d go to every single one. I had tickets for “GAPIT 6” and it ended up being general area at the very front next to the stage. This also leads me to believe it wasn’t completely done. We noticed our tickets had originally noted specific seats. The hang out space between the concert area and the main entrance was also great. Lots of space to lounge.

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  12. Kenyetta Shambaugh

    I’m very thankful for live music with Young the Giant. It was a very special night! Full moon was an added bonus. Loved every second!

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  13. Richie Chum

    They all have so much energy on stage, it’s amazing to watch. I know every single word to all of their songs. Needless to say, I had a great time! Even my boyfriend, that doesn’t know many of their songs, was having a blast watching the show. If I could afford it, I’d go to every single concert in town. We traveled 2.5 hours to get there, and it was worth every single second of waiting in traffic.

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  14. Millard Taomoto

    The ticket itself was more expensive than I was prepared to pay, but the second I walked in and heard Joywave with their opening act, I was hooked. All three bands (Joywave, Cold War Kids, and Young the Giant) were absolutely fantastic. They sound even better live and were super friendly with the crowd. What freakin talent, I swear. Can’t wait to see them again!

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