Stop cutting coupons for big-name summer concerts because for less than $30, you can catch one of the fastest rising pop groups in the world before they become super-famous and start charging Madonna-like, car-payment-replacing ticket prices.
Out in support of their third album, Pop Psychology, Neon Trees and gay lead singer Tyler Glenn will be turning the House of Blues into the House of Pop this Sunday night.
They’ll perform their first big hit, “Animal”, as well as plenty of new ones from their ever-growing body of work.
The show features opening acts Nightmare & the Cat and Smallpools for a Sunday Funday filled with cutting edge music.
Plus enough extra money in your wallet for a couple drinks.
And a $50 concert tee.
Sunday, June 1, 8:00 p.m.
House of Blues
2200 North Lamar Street, Dallas