Want to Hear That New Chainsmokers Album Before Everyone Else? Here's How
Chainsmoking is not an inexpensive habit, and tickets to The Chainsmokers’ 2017 “Memories” tour—an initiative that will span forty cities ranging from—of course—Paris to Mexico City, to New York City—are accordingly on the pricey side.
Tickets to the Philadelphia based Liacouras Center shows on Saturday, June 3rd and Sunday, June 4th register at the $81-95 range, while tickets to the Forest Hills, New York shows on Friday, June 9th and Saturday, June 10th begin at $61.50 each for presale tickets. While ticket price is a derivative of the show’s locality, ticket prices for the “Memories” tour are noticeably steep across the scheduled forty cities, a factor that will perhaps render some members of the Chainsmokers fan base unable to catch Andrew Taggart and Alex Pall in a production that The Chainsmokers admit to be “unlike anything you’ve seen from us.”'
British rock band, Coldplay backed the forthcoming album in a tweet posted to their Twitter account, @coldplay, on January 22nd. “Excited for The Chainsmokers’ album; I’ve heard some songs and I love them,” the tweet reads, signed “cm” by the band’s lead vocalist, Chris Martin.
So just when will this long awaited debut album fall into the hands of Chainsmokers enthusiasts worldwide? While the “Paris” producers have not offered an official release date for the album, Taggart and Pall did take to Twitter to announce that those who purchase a ticket to one of the stops on the “Memories” tour will receive a copy of their exclusive album, a factor that might just explain those hikes in ticket prices. Tickets to each of the “Memories” shows will become available on Friday, February 3rd at 12 PM for those seeking to make their own "memory" with The Chainsmokers, with the 2017 tour materializing as the primary opportunity to do so.