One of the hottest acts in modern alternative rock, Foster the People have successful matched the indie stylings of Vampire Weekend with classic pop-rock sensibilities of the Beach Boys in a chart-topping package.
In support of their latest effort “Supermodel” and new single “Best Friend”, Mark Foster and the people will be embarking on a second leg of their 2014 North American tour this summer.
The new dates kick off after their Lollapalooza set next weekend, Foster The People tickets average $87.80 on the secondary market. Thus far, the cheapest date is Canalside in Buffalo, New York while the United Palace Theater on October 25th is the priciest, averaging $127.90. Other highlights of the tour include the Sacramento Memorial Auditorium with opener Brandi Carlile and Colorado’s World Famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre with special guest Lykke Li.
The band will play a mix of both “Supermodel” and their debut “Torches” on the tour, highlighted bt “Coming Of Age” and first singles “Pumped Up Kicks” and “Call It What You Want”. Below we’ve gathered the average set-list in 2014, courtesy of setlist.fm:
- Life on the Nickel
- Pseudologia Fantastica
- Are You What You Want to Be?
- Call It What You Want
- Coming of Age
- Miss You
- A Beginner’s Guide to Destroying the Moon
- Helena Beat
- Best Friend
- The Truth
- Pumped Up Kicks
- Don’t Stop (Color on the Walls)