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The National will perform a #CitiSoundVault show at Irving Plaza in New York on Jan 25. Tickets on-sale for Citi cardmembers Friday. Registration opens today at 10am ET.

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The National will perform a #CitiSoundVault show at Irving Plaza in New York on Jan 25. Tickets on-sale for Citi cardmembers Friday.  Registration opens today at 10am ET.

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Nina Palella Maggie McBride Hey kids, FYI.

Kyle England weird combo ...

Under the citibank lights?😱

Ethan Fisher come down?

Francesca Eminem + National 😂😂😂

Lea Lux- this one sounds even better!

“Under the silvery, silvery Citibank lights”

In what world does 30 Seconds to Mars get the same billing?

4 nights! I wonder how long the set will be? The roots is solid. Would love to see them too!

30STM and The National it would be a dream for me

Why don’t I live in NYC anymore!?

Harriet Cosgrove the national and gambino 😭😭😭😭

This would be everything!

Great Band!

Yes i will be there

Gil Azrielant אני יודע שאתה בחוף המערבי, אבל זה שווה קפיצה

Aaaahhhhhhh!

Jacob Tucker this has everything i need in life lol

So great!

Mark Farthing check this out

Jake. 🙁

Jessica Rae !!!!!!!!!!

Alessandra Marinucci e poi rip

Nick Pusic Eminem and childish gambino wtfffff

Henri Dlb Flights to NY?

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22 hours ago

The National

We are pleased to announce a tour of the Southeast USA this spring with one of our favorite artists, Big Thief supporting.

Tickets on-sale this Friday, January 19th at 10am local.

Pre-sale TOMORROW, January 17th at 10am local using code: REALITYBASED

For ticket links, please visit americanmary.com.
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We are pleased to announce a tour of the Southeast USA this spring with one of our favorite artists, Big Thief supporting.
 
Tickets on-sale this Friday, January 19th at 10am local.
 
Pre-sale TOMORROW, January 17th at 10am local using code: REALITYBASED
 
For ticket links, please visit americanmary.com.

 

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I love your music, but not your politics. So, none of my 💵 will be spent on you. Trump 2020!

No Birmingham or Atlanta? Bleh. And this would’ve been perfect timing for my birthday

Does that mean Sunfest in West Palm Beach on 5/6?

Do you guys hate Dallas?

Well, I know where you and Hannah will be on May 4th👍🏼

Eliza and Zak I’ll finally come to Asheville if you’ll go see the National with me 😬

Kris Fra poco arrivano anche quelle europee... 😉

Omg st Augustine 😍😍😍😍😍❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️😭😭😭😭❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Thank you!!!

Liam, fancy a hop over for this!!! The national with big thief would be amazing!! Shame not local.

Alice LasFlores Mike Carrillo, still no Texas dates yet. Crazy. 😔

John go to Nashville show, scope out houses at the same time?

Jessica, Phil -- if not the big show in Cinci, what about a wknd getaway to one of these? If NC, we could stay w/Davis to save $$ since you got that nuptial agreement thing coming up...

Really hope you guys come back and tour the UK again, I really got into you after the appearance on Jools Holland that was after your last tour visiting the UK.

Austin AUSTIN AUSTIN!!! Omg omg omg my dream is going to come true

James Thomson Dat support act 👀 fingers crossed they'll do a few UK dates if they're back over for festivals later in the year

Traci Disal let's visit Lisa Gill for Raleigh and my mom for St. Augustine? 😀

Abe Marieta yes, finally! St. Augustine here we come 😃

Jimmy Frye. JIMMY!! Van a estar en St Augustine Sábado Mayo 5!!!!!!!!!!!! Tenemos que ir ! 😃😍🤩

Waiting for the Midwest leg. #desmoines

this lineup! come to Michigan please!

Jessica De Los Santos this kinda gives us an idea of what day they’re playing Shaky Knees

NOOOO, I love Big Thief! A non-festival Boston date, please!! Or better yet, Hartford!

Jay Varner - you'd better get to the Sprint Pavilion on April 30!

Please schedule more dates around the new Greek shows.

Geoff Matthew THIS is the type of band Big Thief needs to be opening for

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ALT 98.7 Presents iHeartRadios ALTer Ego 2018

ALT 98.7 Presents iHeartRadio's ALTer Ego 2018

Jan 19, 7:00pm - Jan 20, 8:00am

The Forum
3900 W Manchester Blvd
Inglewood, CA  90305 Map

ALT 98.7 Presents iHeartRadio's ALTer Ego 2018 on Friday, January 19th at The Forum featuring:

Mumford and Sons
Beck
Cage The Elephant
Spoon
WALK THE MOON
The National
Dashboard Confessional

Tickets are on-sale now! For more information visit ALT987fm.com/ALTerEGO

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iHeartRadio ALTer Ego 2018

iHeartRadio ALTer Ego 2018

Jan 19, 7:30pm

The Forum
3900 W Manchester Blvd
Inglewood, CA  90305 Map

Line-up subject to change”

Sale Dates and Times:

Public Onsale : Fri, 20 Oct 2017 at 01:00 PM

The LIST Presale : Wed, 18 Oct 2017 at 10:00 AM

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The National

The National

Jan 20, 8:00pm

The Joint at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
4455 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, NV  89169 Map

THE NATIONAL

SAT, 20 JAN 2018 at 08:00PM PST
Doors Open: 07:00PM

OnSale: Fri, 8 Sep 2017 at 10:00AM PDT
Announcement: Tue, 29 Aug 2017 at 07:00AM PDT


TROUBLE WILL FIND ME, the most self-assured collection of songs produced by the National in its 14-year career, is a tribute to fully evolved artistic vision -- and, somewhat less mystically, to sleep deprivation. Following a twenty-two month tour to promote the band's previous record, HIGH VIOLET, guitarist Aaron Dessner returned home to Brooklyn, where the fitfulness of his newborn daughter threw Aaron into a more or less sustained fugue state -- "sleepless and up all the time," as he puts it. Punch-drunk, he shuffled into the band's studio (situated in Aaron's backyard), where he amused himself writing musical fragments that he then sent over to vocalist Matt Berninger. Recalls Matt of Aaron, "He'd be so tired while he was playing his guitar and working on ideas that he wouldn't intellectualize anything. In the past, he and Aaron's twin brother, Bryce would be reluctant to send me things that weren't in their opinion musically interesting -- which I respected, but often those would be hard for me to connect to emotionally. This time around, they sent me sketch after sketch that immediately got me on a visceral level."
The HIGH VIOLET tour represented a quantum leap in The National's trajectory; the venues got bigger and bigger, and the band felt the pressure to deliver the shows to larger crowds. Matt says, "We enjoyed it, but it was never easy. We always reminded ourselves that all of this is really fragile -- that if we don't deliver in, say, some festival show in Europe somewhere, we could start to slide." Nor was returning to the studio likely to be cathartic, given the fact that The National's last two recording sessions have been emotional high-wire acts in which the perfectionism of the five members -- particularly Aaron and Matt -- sometimes made for a tense time all around.
That didn't happen this time. The post-HIGH VIOLET sound Matt was seeking, says Aaron, "was more airy, less uptight and anxious. He sent me a lot of Cat Stevens, Neil Young, Dylan and David Bowie. And Bryce and I wanted a more relaxed and open sound too. We'd been getting deeper into the world of composed music in the last few years and developing more of an interest in classic songwriting." The Dessner twins' pursuits dovetailed with that of Matt, who says, "I went through a big Roy Orbison phase. I listened to a lot of him. His song structures are innovative, unconventional, yet somehow still effortless." The Devendorf brothers then supplied their insistent, intricate backbeats, and what emerged was a series of distinctly timeless musical narratives.
This isn't to suggest that the songs The National wrote and recorded at Clubhouse studios in Rhinebeck, New York qualify as simple. In addition to the self- lacerating impressionistic scattershots that are Matt's lyrical stock in trade, they feature time signatures, mixed meter and melody frameworks more challenging than anything the band has previously attempted. Still, TROUBLE WILL FIND ME possesses a directness, a coherency and -- dare it be said about such an unpredictable band -- an approachability that suggests The National has at long last located its emotional target.
It's strange that a band like this would be feeling insecure. Few groups have sustained such credibility -- with audiences as well as critics -- as authors of a sound that is simultaneously original, witty, moving and unforgettable. After the success of their fourth record, BOXER, The National sealed their artistic reputation in 2010 with the widely acclaimed HIGH VIOLET and spent the next two years delivering sellout performances around the world. Along the way, Aaron and Bryce continued their individual side projects (Aaron producing records for such bands as Sharon Van Etten and Local Natives, Bryce composing for Kronos Quartet and the Brooklyn Youth Chorus, among others) while the band as a whole devoted work to Tibet House, Red Hot and other charities. During the 2012 campaign cycle, The National performed at several get-out-the-vote concerts in Ohio and warmed up an Iowa rally for President Obama. Adding a new creative wrinkle, Matt's younger brother Tom Berninger filmed "Mistaken for Strangers" -- a hilarious and affecting documentary of Tom's less-than-successful stint as the band's assistant tour manager during the HIGH VIOLET tour -- which will open the Tribeca Film Festival in New York this April. But, Matt confesses, "I feel like for the past ten years we'd been chasing something, wanting to prove something. Early on we were labeled as alt-country, sleepy miserablists, and that stung, especially because it was partly true. So for a long time, we were motivated in our songwriting to prove that wrong. We had a lot of chips on our shoulders. And this chase was about trying to disprove our own insecurities. After touring HIGH VIOLET, I think we felt like we'd finally gotten there. Now we could relax -- not in terms of our own expectations, but we didn't have to prove our identity any longer."
From beginning to end, TROUBLE WILL FIND ME possesses the effortless and unself-conscious groove of a downstream swimmer. It's at times lush and at others austere, suffused with insomniacal preoccupations that skirt despair without succumbing to it. There are alluring melodies, and the murderously deft undercurrent supplied by the Devendorfs. There are songs that seem (for Matt anyway) overtly sentimental -- among them, the Simon & Garfunkel-esque "Fireproof," "I Need My Girl" (with Matt's unforgettable if throwaway reference to a party "full of punks and cannonballers") and "I Should Live In Salt" (which Aaron composed as a send-up to the Kinks and which Matt wrote about his brother). While a recognition of mortality looms in these numbers, they're buoyed by a kind of emotional resoluteness -- "We'll all arrive in heaven alive" -- that will surprise devotees of Matt's customary wry fatalism. Then there are the songs that Aaron describes as "songs you could dance to -- more fun, or at least The National's version of fun." These include "Demons" -- a mordant romp in 7/4, proof that bleakness can actually be rousing -- and the haunting "Humiliation," in which the insistent locomotion of Bryan's snarebeat is offset by Matt's semi-detached gallows rumination: "If I die this instant/taken from a distance/they will probably list it down among other things around town."Finally there are songs -- like "Pink Rabbits" and the lilting "Slipped" (the latter termed by Aaron "the kind of song we've always wanted to write") -- that aspire to be classics, with Orbison-like melodic geometry. In these songs, as well as in "Heavenfaced," Matt emerges from his self-described "comfort zone of chant-rock" and glides into a sonorous high register of unexpected gorgeousness. The results are simultaneously breakthrough and oddly familiar, the culmination of an artistic journey that has led The National both to a new crest and, somehow, back to their beginnings -- when, says Aaron, "our ideas would immediately click with each other. It's free-wheeling again. The songs on one level are our most complex, and on another they're our most simple and human. It just feels like we've embraced the chemistry we have."


The National has partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket goes to support The Melting Pot Foundation working to enhance the quality of life and future opportunities for vulnerable and marginalized population groups in Brownsville, Brooklyn.
For Premium Seating options in The Joint, including VIP Tables and VIP Packages, please email jointvip@hrhvegas.com, or call 702-693-5220 for information.
Must be 6 years of age or older to attend. The ticket prices includes a 9% Live Entertainment Tax as assessed by the state of Nevada. Please note our $10 Green Fee. Any re-prints for tickets not printed prior to arriving at the venue will incur a $10 Green Fee. This includes tickets not properly printed. Your seat locations and barcode must be clearly visible. ONLY the card holder with photo ID and the credit card used for purchase can pick up tickets. Non-professional cameras allowed, no detachable lenses. No audio/videorecorders or tablets are allowed. Customers accept all customary risks associated with live entertainment.
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The National

The National

Jan 23, 9:00pm - Jan 24, 5:00am

Pepsi Center WTC
Calle Dakota
Mexico City,  03810 Map

The National
@ Pepsi Center WTC

Compra AQUÍ tus boletos > bit.ly/TheNationalPCWTC

DON RAMÓN VIP $1,120
BOX SUPERIOR $920
GENERAL $900
SECCIÓN C $540
ZONA DISCAP. $760

Horario de taquillas:
Lunes a Viernes de 9:00 a 20:00hrs
Sábados y Domingos de 10:00 a 18:00hrs

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The Ally Coalition Talent Show

The Ally Coalition Talent Show

Jan 24, 7:30pm

The Town Hall
123 W 43rd St
New York, NY  10036 Map

Musics biggest week calls for musics biggest stars and The Ally Coalitions Talent Show and after party deliver. Start GRAMMY week off right by joining GRAMMY Award Winner and current nominee Lorde, Matt Berninger and Aaron Dessner from GRAMMY nominated The National, Britt and Alex from GRAMMY nominated Spoon, Bleachers, Shamir, GRAMMY Award Winner Kacey Musgraves, Phoebe Robinson, and Aparna Nancherla more TBA at Town Hall on January 24th as they lend their talent to shed light on inequality. The only event with more prominent artists will be The GRAMMY Awards Ceremony! VIP tickets include entry to the after party. Proceeds benefit The Ally Coalition, a charity founded by Jack Antonoff and Rachel Antonoff to end discrimination against LGBTQ people by highlighting systemic inequality and local LGBTQ serving organizations and creating opportunities for fans and entertainers to advocate for equality. Follow The Ally Coalition for show updates and chances to win tickets!

Sale Dates and Times:

Public Onsale : Tue, 12 Dec 2017 at 04:00 PM

PRE SALE : Tue, 12 Dec 2017 at 12:00 PM
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Citi Sound Vault Presents The National

Citi Sound Vault Presents The National

Jan 25, 8:00pm

Irving Plaza
17 Irving Pl
New York, NY  10003 Map

Citi Sound Vault Onsale Registration powered by Verified Fan: Tuesday, Jan 16 at 10AM ET - Wednesday, Jan 17 at 10PM ET

Citi Sound Vault Onsale powered by Verified Fan: Friday, Jan 19 at 10AM ET

Verified Fans may receive a unique verification code for the ability to search for tickets. Must use your Citi credit or debit card to purchase tickets.

Registering does not guarantee you will receive a code or have the ability to purchase tickets.

For more information visit CitiPrivatepass.com.
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Homecoming in association with MusicNOW

Homecoming in association with MusicNOW

Apr 28, 12:00am - Apr 29, 5:00am

Smale Riverfront Park
W MEHRING Way
Cincinnati, OH  45202 Map

Introducing Homecoming in association with MusicNOW Festival: an inaugural festival curated by The National featuring Father John Misty, Feist, Future Islands, The Breeders, and more across two stages at Cincinnati’s Smale Riverfront Park with city-wide exhibitions, special performances, and surprises.

GA weekend passes available ► ntlhomecoming.com.
VIP passes are SOLD OUT.

Newsletter signup ► eepurl.com/ddapQr

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The National

The National

Apr 30, 6:00pm - May 1, 3:00am

Sprint Pavilion
700 E Main St
Charlottesville, VA  22902 Map

JUST ANNOUNCED: The National at Sprint Pavilion on April 30! Join this event for the chance to win a pair of tickets. On sale this Friday, 1/19 at 10am.

The National
with Big Thief
April 30
6pm doors. 7pm show.

Tickets on sale this Friday 1/19 at 10am.

Four years have passed since the release of Trouble Will Find Me, and to the outside world it might have seemed like the members of the National spent that long interim working on everything but new National songs. But in September 2014, two months before the band headlined the 20,000-seat O2 Arena in London, Aaron passed along the first set of musical sketches to Matt. “We really didn’t take much of a break,” says Matt. “We started working on this record the minute we finished touring the last one. The only break we took was from the constant pressure we put on each other.”

“We didn’t feel like rushing it,” says Aaron, who produced Sleep Well Beast. “People thought the National went away, but we were just working on ideas.” With members now living in five different cities, the band made an extra effort to get together in the same room – sometimes in studios in upstate New York, or out in Los Angeles. “We’ve always worked on demos together,” explains Bryce. “But this time we were actually in the same physical space doing it.”

“When we all lived in Brooklyn we rarely did these kinds of week-long sessions” says Scott. “This time we got together for long stretches, just to mess around and experiment without deadlines or distractions.”

In February 2015, Aaron and Bryce convened for a series of writing sessions in an old church in Hudson, New York. Then, in the spring of 2016, Aaron completed work on his own residential studio, Long Pond,in upstate New York, where most of the album was recorded. “It’s the first time we have had a space of our own where we can keep all our instruments and work on songs any time, day or night,” says Bryce. Aaron adds, “The space was designed specifically for the band to make this album, with an open plan and no control room so that everyone could be wired up and playing all the time. The idea was to loosen the reigns and formality of our past recording process and allow for experimentation from beginning to end.”
Bryan describes it, “Getting drum sounds in a previously untested room was a seriously fun exercise in trial-and-error learning, in a group setting. Time disappeared, the sun set, and then the massive frog population in Aaron’s pond started singing.”

While the studio served as the home base, the band also sought outside collaboration. As part of a weekend residency at Funkhaus in Berlin, Bryce and Aaron invited guests to plug in and play along with instrumental tracks from the National’s work-in-progress. Bryce says, “We spent a week in East Berlin in this beautiful 1950’s communist-era recording studio with tons of musicians from very different backgrounds, just letting them listen and react to the music we’d been cooking for so many months within the band.” “It was a very interesting way to collect new sounds and process existing ones,” says Aaron. Late in the process the band convened an orchestra in Paris to record Bryce’s orchestrations for the songs before returning to Long Pond to mix the album.

There are songs on Sleep Well Beast that are instantly recognizable as the National, but others are much harder to classify. The lyrics are about “trying to come clean about the things you’d rather not,” says Matt. “Some of it’s about marriage, some of it’s about my relationship with Aaron and the band, some of it’s about train tracks and dancing.” Guitar solos appear like never before, yet on some songs guitars account for only a tiny fraction of the music. “It was important that we genuinely explore new territory and risk falling on our faces, or not make a record at all,” explains Aaron. “This album feels complete to me.”
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The National

The National

May 1, 7:30pm

Red Hat Amphitheater
500 South McDowell Street
Raleigh, NC  27601 Map

The National has partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 from every ticket goes to support The Melting Pot Foundation working to enhance the quality of life and future opportunities for vulnerable and marginalized population groups in Brownsville, Brooklyn.

Sale Dates and Times:

Public Onsale : Fri, 19 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM

Artist Presale : Wed, 17 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM

Live Nation Presale : Thu, 18 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM

Live Nation Mobile App Presale : Thu, 18 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM

Citi® Cardmember Presale : Wed, 17 Jan 2018 at 12:00 PM
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The National

The National

May 3, 7:00pm

Ascend Amphitheater
310 1st Ave S
Nashville, TN  37201 Map

Please be advised that row and seat numbers on Lawn tickets are strictly for box office tracking. The lawn is all general admission, first-come first-served. For Box, Suite and Season Ticket information, see link below

Sale Dates and Times:

Public Onsale : Fri, 19 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM

Artist Presale : Wed, 17 Jan 2018 at 09:00 AM

Live Nation Presale : Thu, 18 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM

Live Nation Mobile App Presale : Thu, 18 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM

Citi® Cardmember Presale : Wed, 17 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM

Ascend FCU Presale : Thu, 18 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM
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The National

The National

May 4, 8:00pm

U.S. Cellular Center
87 Haywood St
Asheville, NC  28801 Map

Sale Dates and Times:

Public Onsale : Fri, 19 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM

Fan Club Presale : Wed, 17 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM

Local Presale : Thu, 18 Jan 2018 at 10:00 AM

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The National

The National

May 5, 8:00pm

St. Augustine Amphitheatre
1340 A1A South
Saint Augustine, FL  32080 Map

The National live at the St. Augustine Amphitheatre on Saturday, May 5, 2018 in the band’s only Florida appearance this summer. Special guest opening act will be Big Thief.

Tickets on sale this Friday, January 19 at 10am
Tickets:
$61.00 – Standing Pit
$51.00 – Level 100 and Level 200
$41.00 – Level 300 and Obstructed View
Doors 6:00pm / Show 8:00pm

Four years have passed since the release of Trouble Will Find Me, and to the outside world it might have seemed like the members of the National spent that long interim working on everything but new National songs. But in September 2014, two months before the band headlined the 20,000-seat O2 Arena in London, Aaron Dessner (guitar) passed along the first set of musical sketches to Matt Berninger (vocals). “We really didn’t take much of a break,” says Matt. “We started working on this record the minute we finished touring the last one. The only break we took was from the constant pressure we put on each other.”

“We didn’t feel like rushing it,” says Aaron, who produced Sleep Well Beast. “People thought the National went away, but we were just working on ideas.” With members now living in five different cities, the band made an extra effort to get together in the same room – sometimes in studios in upstate New York, or out in Los Angeles. “We’ve always worked on demos together,” explains Bryce Dessner (guitar). “But this time we were actually in the same physical space doing it.” “When we all lived in Brooklyn we rarely did these kinds of week-long sessions,” says Scott Devendorf (bass guitar). “This time we got together for long stretches, just to mess around and experiment without deadlines or distractions.”

In February 2015, Aaron and Bryce convened for a series of writing sessions in an old church in Hudson, New York. Then, in the spring of 2016, Aaron completed work on his own residential studio, Long Pond, in upstate New York, where most of the album was recorded. “It’s the first time we have had a space of our own where we can keep all our instruments and work on songs any time, day or night,” says Bryce. Aaron adds, “The space was designed specifically for the band to make this album, with an open plan and no control room so that everyone could be wired up and playing all the time. The idea was to loosen the reigns and formality of our past recording process and allow for experimentation from beginning to end.” Bryan Devendorf (drums) describes it, “Getting drum sounds in a previously untested room was a seriously fun exercise in trial-and-error learning, in a group setting. Time disappeared, the sun set, and then the massive frog population in Aaron’s pond started singing.”

There are songs on Sleep Well Beast, out now on 4AD Records, that are instantly recognizable as the National, but others are much harder to classify. The lyrics are about “trying to come clean about the things you’d rather not,” says Matt. “Some of it’s about marriage, some of it’s about my relationship with Aaron and the band, some of it’s about train tracks and dancing.” Guitar solos appear like never before, yet on some songs guitars account for only a tiny fraction of the music. “It was important that we genuinely explore new territory and risk falling on our faces, or not make a record at all,” explains Aaron. “This album feels complete to me.”
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APE Presents > The National

APE Presents > The National

Jun 2, 1:00pm - Jun 2, 10:30pm

Victoria Park
London,  E9 7 Map

❯ APE Presents ❯ The National ❯ Saturday 2nd June ❯

We are happy to announce that the first headliner for the three standalone shows with APE Presents are The National.
In their largest headline show to date, The National will hit the stage on Saturday 2nd June with very special guests The War On Drugs, Future Islands plus Warpaint, The Districts and more to be announced.

❯ Tickets on sale now! www.allpointseastfestival.com
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The National - Donnybrook Stadium

The National - Donnybrook Stadium

Jun 15, 2:00pm - Jun 15, 10:30pm

Donnybrook Stadium
Sutton,   Map

THE NATIONAL & FULL LINE-UP OF SPECIAL GUESTS

Donnybrook Stadium, Dublin
Friday 15 & Saturday 16 June 2018
Gates // 2pm

Tickets go on sale Friday 13th October at 10am through www.ticketmaster.ie & usual outlets
1 day ticket - €76 // 2 day ticket €136

Following their remarkable intimate shows in Vicar Street last month, The National have announced their return to Ireland with two very special shows in Donnybrook Stadium on Friday 15th & Saturday 16th June 2018.

A full line-up of special guests for each day will be revealed over the coming weeks.

This year The National finally topped the Irish album charts after a remarkable rise which had seen them gain a No.3 album (High Violet, 2010), a No.2 (Trouble Will Fine Me, 2013) and now a No.1 with their acclaimed seventh studio LP Sleep Well Beast.

Further afield, The National also topped the album chart in the U.K and Canada for the first time, a No.2 in the USA (after a nail biting chart recount as they were backstage at Vicar St) and Top 4 in Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden and Finland.

Produced by The National’s own Aaron Dessner with co-production by co-members Bryce Dessner and Matt Berninger, Sleep Well Beast was mixed by Peter Katis and recorded at Long Pond, Aaron Dessner’s Hudson Valley, New York studio, with additional sessions in Berlin, Paris and Los Angeles.

The Times **** MOJO**** Q**** NME**** Uncut ****
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The National - Donnybrook Stadium

The National - Donnybrook Stadium

Jun 16, 2:00pm - Jun 16, 10:30pm

Donnybrook Stadium
Sutton,   Map

THE NATIONAL & FULL LINE-UP OF SPECIAL GUESTS

Donnybrook Stadium, Dublin
Friday 15 & Saturday 16 June 2018
Gates // 2pm

Tickets go on sale Friday 13th October at 10am through www.ticketmaster.ie & usual outlets
1 day ticket - €76 // 2 day ticket €136

Following their remarkable intimate shows in Vicar Street last month, The National have announced their return to Ireland with two very special shows in Donnybrook Stadium on Friday 15th & Saturday 16th June 2018.

A full line-up of special guests for each day will be revealed over the coming weeks.

This year The National finally topped the Irish album charts after a remarkable rise which had seen them gain a No.3 album (High Violet, 2010), a No.2 (Trouble Will Fine Me, 2013) and now a No.1 with their acclaimed seventh studio LP Sleep Well Beast.

Further afield, The National also topped the album chart in the U.K and Canada for the first time, a No.2 in the USA (after a nail biting chart recount as they were backstage at Vicar St) and Top 4 in Germany, Australia, New Zealand, Netherlands, Belgium, Sweden and Finland.

Produced by The National’s own Aaron Dessner with co-production by co-members Bryce Dessner and Matt Berninger, Sleep Well Beast was mixed by Peter Katis and recorded at Long Pond, Aaron Dessner’s Hudson Valley, New York studio, with additional sessions in Berlin, Paris and Los Angeles.

The Times **** MOJO**** Q**** NME**** Uncut ****
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The National (Two Nights)

The National (Two Nights)

Sep 24, 6:30pm - Sep 26, 5:30am

The William Randolph Hearst Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley
2001 Gayley Rd
Berkeley, CA  94720 Map

We are excited to announce the rescheduled dates for The National at Berkeley’s Greek Theatre, happening this September 2018.

The show on Saturday, October 14th, 2017 will now be Monday, September 24th.
The show on Sunday, October 15th, 2017 will now be Tuesday, September 25th.

Tickets are on sale now for both shows at the Greek Theatre's official website, TheGreekBerkeley.com.

The Tuesday, 9/25 show is no longer a matinee but kids 10 & under will still be admitted for free.

All tickets for the previously scheduled 2017 shows will be honored at the new dates. Refunds are available at point of purchase should you not be able to attend the rescheduled dates.

“We are very happy to announce we have rescheduled our postponed shows at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, CA for September 24th and 25th. The Greek is one of our favorite venues in the world and it was heartbreaking to have to postpone the shows in October due to the wildfires in Northern California. To all of you who had tickets to the original shows, thank you for your patience and we can’t wait to return to the Greek to play for you.” – Aaron Dessner of The National

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The National are pleased to announce their 7th studio album Sleep Well Beast to be released on September 8th on 4AD. Sleep Well Beast was produced by member Aaron Dessner with coproduction by Bryce Dessner and Matt Berninger. The album was mixed by Peter Katis and recorded at Aaron Dessners Hudson Valley - New York studio -Long Pond- with additional sessions having taken place in Berlin- Paris and Los Angeles. Sleep Well Beast is available for preorder now and will be available in CD- digital and double LP formats.
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The National at Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley - Rescheduled Shows

The National at Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley - Rescheduled Shows

Sep 24, 6:30pm - Sep 26, 6:00am

Hearst Greek Theatre
2001 Gayley Rd
Berkeley, CA  94720 Map

We are excited to announce the rescheduled dates for The National at Berkeley’s Greek Theatre, happening this September 2018.

The show on Saturday, October 14th, 2017 will now be Monday, September 24th.
The show on Sunday, October 15th, 2017 will now be Tuesday, September 25th.

Tickets are on sale now for both shows at the Greek Theatre's official website, TheGreekBerkeley.com.

The Tuesday, 9/25 show is no longer a matinee but kids 10 & under will still be admitted for free.

All tickets for the previously scheduled 2017 shows will be honored at the new dates. Refunds are available at point of purchase should you not be able to attend the rescheduled dates.

“We are very happy to announce we have rescheduled our postponed shows at the Greek Theater in Berkeley, CA for September 24th and 25th. The Greek is one of our favorite venues in the world and it was heartbreaking to have to postpone the shows in October due to the wildfires in Northern California. To all of you who had tickets to the original shows, thank you for your patience and we can’t wait to return to the Greek to play for you.” – Aaron Dessner of The National

Watch THE NATIONAL:
www.youtube.com/thenational

Listen to THE NATIONAL:
play.spotify.com/artist/2cCUtGK9sDU2EoElnk0GNB?play=true&utm_source=open.spotify.com&utm_medium=open

About THE NATIONAL:
The National are pleased to announce their 7th studio album Sleep Well Beast to be released on September 8th on 4AD. Sleep Well Beast was produced by member Aaron Dessner with coproduction by Bryce Dessner and Matt Berninger. The album was mixed by Peter Katis and recorded at Aaron Dessners Hudson Valley - New York studio -Long Pond- with additional sessions having taken place in Berlin- Paris and Los Angeles. Sleep Well Beast is available for preorder now and will be available in CD- digital and double LP formats.
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