What You'll Get
- General admission
- Click here to view the seating chart
How G-Pass Works: Within an hour of purchase, your G-Pass will be in your account. You may redeem your G-Pass via the mobile app when you enter the venue. You may also print it out in advance. Discount reflects the merchant’s current ticket prices - price may differ on day of event.
- The origin of the name: James Shaw programmed a sound into his keyboard and named it Metric. As lead singer Emily Haines told Spin, when she saw that name in the LED screen, “it looked so electro…. It was a little cold and standoffish and we’re down with that. It works for us.”
- Their sound: an effortless blend of indie rock and synth pop peppered with danceable hooks, subtly cynical lyrics, and the breathy soprano of Haines
- Their debut: 2003’s Old World Underground, Where Are You Now?
- Their breakouts: Their 2005 sophomore effort, Live It Out, earned the band their first Juno and Polaris nominations, but 2009’s Fantasies won them the Juno and earned them international recognition with hits like “Help, I’m Alive.”
- Their latest: 2018’s Art of Doubt, featuring the singles “Dark Saturday” and “Dressed to Suppress”
- Their sound: Radiohead, Blur, and late-era Beatles rocking out together underwater at Pink Floyd’s hidden cenote in Mexico City
- Their language: Spanish, with occasional English lyrics
- Their melodies: need no translation
- Their acclaim: a trio of Premio Latin Grammys and a Premious LUNA award for Mejor Grupo de Rock Mexicano
- Album to ingest before the show: their latest album, Prográmaton
- July Talk: This Juno Award-winning Toronto act infuses dance floor synth-pop with gritty blues-rock in hits such as “Push + Pull” and “Picturing Love.” Recommended for fans of The Kills, Silversun Pickups, and Broken Social Scene.
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