Average Ticket Prices
"Monster Energy Outbreak Tour" $20.25      The Tragically Hip $57.00      "Weird Al" Yankovic $47.05      Volbeat $40.03      Here Come The Mummies $25.21      Todd Rundgren $43.07      Between The Buried And Me $21.25      Big Daddy Weave $22.04      Twiddle $16.83      Ricardo Arjona $80.33      Charlie Wilson $72.15      Chris Tomlin $30.78      "So You Think You Can Dance" $54.64      The Kooks $29.77      Circa Survive $21.54      Florida Georgia Line $41.35      The Avett Brothers $50.03      Fifth Harmony $37.53      Lettuce $23.88      The Weight $34.81      Tech N9ne $30.20      The Lone Bellow $21.18      The Great Zucchini $5.41      Brad Paisley $36.60      Sublime With Rome $29.58      Straight No Chaser $42.70      Steve Aoki $41.44      Celtic Woman $60.30      Ladysmith Black Mambazo $45.21      ZZ Top $62.53      Morgan Heritage $19.48      Imagine Dragons $52.97      Cody Johnson $15.29      Less Than Jake $21.85      Sufjan Stevens $38.83      Motion City Soundtrack $22.98      Brandi Carlile $39.82      The Beach Boys $51.52      J. Cole $34.87      Griz $25.81      The English Beat $27.46      Twiztid $24.02      "DigiTour" $27.79      Dark Star Orchestra $28.73      Crowder $21.82      Luke Bryan $56.82      Lucinda Williams $39.41      Machine Head $23.04      Tedeschi Trucks Band $51.29      Floetry $38.23      
See all average ticket prices

Yo La Tengo Frontman Reveals Health Scare

04:01 PM Monday 12/19/11 | |

When Yo La Tengo kicks off its annual Hanukkah shows on Tuesday, frontman Ira Kaplan will perform while sitting in a chair because of a recent health concern.

Kaplan announced that he had a “pretty serious health scare earlier this month” in a post on the indie rock band’s website Saturday. The musician left out any details about the ailment, noting that he was “going to be a little vague here” and that he wasn’t going to answer any questions about what happened to him.

  • Yo La Tengo

    WXPN Xponential Music Festival, Camden, N.J.
    July 10, 2010

    (Doug Seymour)


“I’m well on the way to recovery, but I’ve not yet been deemed ready to Rock,” Kaplan wrote. “The good news is that I’ve been deemed ready to sit in a chair and play the concerts that mean more to me, Georgia and James than most anything else we do together. Our sets will undoubtedly be tweaked accordingly. In other words, if you were hoping to be in attendance for our annual airing of ‘Mushroom Cloud of Hiss,’ I’m afraid that is now zooming up the Unlikely chart with a bullet. But we’re confident that it’s going to be a great eight days.”

The sold-out “8 Nights of Hanukkah with Yo La Tengo” take place in the band’s hometown of Hoboken, N.J., at Maxwell’s Dec. 20-27. The shows will feature musical and comedic special guests that won’t be announced “until the last possible moment.” Proceeds will be donated to various charities. 

Click here for Yo La Tengo’s website.


Artists Mentioned in this article