St Augustine Amphitheatre | Augustine, Florida
You 'gotta gotta be down for this show as The Killers hit the stage at St Augustine Amphitheatre on Monday, 8th of May 2023. As one of the biggest rock bands of the 21st century, the "Mr. Brightside" rockers are adding a roster of tour dates for a rockin' 2023. Following an extended Mirage Tour in support of their 2020 album, The Killers continue to share their biggest hits and new music off of "Imploding the Mirage" and "Pressure Machine" on their live shows. As the acclaimed multi-Grammy-nominated rock band continues to 'runaway on a series of live shows, don't miss out by booking your tickets now!
Dominating the global scene with Hot Fuss, The Killers continue to make rockin' waves through hit after hit including "Mr. Brightside", "Somebody Told Me", "When You Were Young", "Human", "Runaways", and "The Man". Following an extended tour for their 2020 record "Imploding the Mirage", The Killers are set to embark on a series of shows this 2023, including a special show at St. Augustine Amphitheatre on May 8th.
With their latest release being 2021's "Pressure Machine", talks of new music continue to be a topic discussed among the band and its fans. "A full record will probably be early next year but there will definitely be some singles this year." frontman Brandon Flowers shared in an interview.
In 2022, the band released a new single "Boy", an outtake from Pressure Machine. "What’s interesting is that it just didn’t make it onto the record – but its absence is not a reflection of the quality of the song. It was an aesthetic decision to keep it off the record." Brandon Flowers shared.
Since 2004, The Killers have been dropping rock anthems that continue to hit hard and get fans rocking at every show. Seven studio records in, there's no end in sight for The Killers' continuous rock domination. Having sold over 28 million records globally, the band is recognized as one of the biggest rock bands of the 21st century. They've also performed across six continents in over fifty countries, including massive venues such as the Madison Square Garden, Glastonbury Festival, and Wembley Stadium.
With their newest album talking about life in a small town, and childhood trauma, the band is on a journey of making music that connects deeper into humanity. "It was as if there was a chamber of memories somewhere that was just waiting for me to unlock it," Flowers shared with NME.
"It was incredible. Once I finally opened that door, the songs that came out and the memories were pretty vivid and emotional. It became pretty obvious to me what this record was going to be."
Teasing new music and a full record in the works, The Killers are set to throw big surprises as they traverse through the year serving shows here and there. Don't miss out on rockin' surprises by booking your tickets now!