Are you ready to rock out, Denver?
Later this year, at Denver's Ogden Theatre, world-famous Japanese pop-metal group BABYMETAL is set to perform for one day only. BABYMETAL's performances always have a great vibe to them and their music appeals to a lot more people than one would think. The band has produced multiple best-selling albums and they are beloved in America, Europe, and Japan, as well as the rest of the world.
Tickets go on sale May 17 at 10 a.m., with the performance scheduled for September 27. Prices range from $53.50-$55. Swedish heavy metal band Avatar will be performing alongside BABYMETAL, as well.
After parting ways with vocalist Yumetal last year, the two main performers, Sumetal and Moametal, are still going strong and even released a new song from their upcoming album called, "Elevator Girl."
BABYMETAL started performing in 2010, singing alongside the female idol group Sakura Gakuin. And in 2013, they released their first single, "Ijime, Dame, Zettai." Then, they officially made their debut in 2014 and have captured the hearts of many ever since, including the lead singers of two heavy metal bands, Slayer and Metallica.
They've also played with some of the biggest rock bands in the world such as Red Hot Chili Peppers and Guns N' Roses.
BABYMETAL and Guns N' Roses
The Ogden Theatre is one of the best musical performance spaces in Colorado, too. Located at 935 E. Colfax Avenue in the neighborhood of Capitol Hill, it was built in 1917 and has room for more than 1,600 people. The Ogden Theatre has over 150 concerts per year and they always sell well. Not only do they always take care of the audience, but the performers as well.
Remember, BABYMETAL's performance is a one-night affair! If you want to experience something you may not get another chance at, be sure to order those tickets as soon as possible. Seriously, a performance from BABYMETAL is something that should be seen at least once in your life.
What do you think? Will you be checking out BABYMETAL this fall? Sound off in the comments.