Arcade Fire plans March show at Consol
Arcade Fire is finally coming to Pittsburgh. The band is touring to promote its new album, “Reflektor,” and will make a stop in Pittsburgh on March 12 at Consol Energy Center.
“Reflektor” is the second Arcade Fire album to debut at No. 1, after 2010's Grammy-winning album “The Suburbs.” They recently performed on “Saturday Night Live,” and after the show premiered a half-hour special on NBC, “Here Comes the Night Time,” featuring performances and guest appearances from Bono, Aziz Ansari, Michael Cera, Zach Galifianakis, Bill Hader, Ben Stiller, Rainn Wilson and others.
Tickets, $29.00 to $57.50, go on sale Nov. 22. Details: www.livenation.com
— Michael Machosky
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