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Indigo Girls Tickets

Combining passion with folk music, the Indigo Girls is an American band that has won the hearts and ears of many. Consisting of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers, friends since elementary school, the Indigo Girls began performing together in college and are still performing today.

The History of the Indigo Girls Tickets

The Indigo Girls released their first album, Strange Fire, in 1987 (on their own label) and subsequently signed with the major record company, Epic, in 1988. That year, they released their self-titled album, which went platinum and earned them a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album.

From 1988 to 2007, the Indigo Girls released nine studio albums. They then broke away from Epic and began, once again, to self-produce their own albums.

The album, Poseidon and the Bitter Bug, was released in 2009 and was their first, independent album in more than 20 years. They then released a double-album, Staring down the Brilliant Dream, in 2010. This album features live performances of their shows from 2006 to 2009.

Indigo Girls Tickets: What to Expect

The Indigo Girls is best known for their passionate folk music, much of which is very personal. Their music, which often has many political overtones, has developed a strong following, despite their lack of Top 40 commercial success.

The Indigo Girls have sold over six million albums, earned five Grammy nominations and filled concert venues for over 20 years. The Indigo Girls have also achieved a strong following because of their activism for such causes as gay rights, animal rights and environmental causes.

Who Should Buy Indigo Girls Tickets? 

The Indigo Girls attracts people who enjoy vocal harmonies and classic folk music. Many of their venues feature intimate gatherings, perfect for their cult following. If you are seeking Indigo Girls tickets, expect acoustic guitars and intertwined harmonies.

Indigo Girl tickets and concerts are typically dedicated to any number of liberal causes, and their Honor the Earth Tour raised more than $300,000 for grassroots Native American environmental groups. The Indigo Girls also appeared on a number of benefit concerts, and they are often associated with Sarah McLachlan's Lilith Fair, a tour that features only female artists.

Indigo Girl tickets are usually sought after by men and women that appreciate acoustic songs and harmonizing lyrics. They have numerous tour dates, and Indigo Girls tickets available throughout the year, both in Australia and the U.S.

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