Ameris Bank Amphitheatre at Encore Park | Alpharetta, Georgia
Pay close attention, because we have the most unbelievable news!!! It's time to celebrate the pop-rock band 5 Seconds of Summer's over a decade of chart success and the release of their new album, "The Feeling of Falling Upwards—live from the Royal Albert Hall," as they go on tour. Fans in North America are going absolutely nuts over the fact that the successful tour in South America, the United Kingdom, and Europe is now coming to them. With such a hot performers and a first-rate venue, you can be sure that the Ameris Bank Amphitheatre on September 2, 2023, will sell out fast. You have, in a stroke of luck, come to the right place to secure your spot; proceed to the top of this page and press the "GET TICKETS" button immediately. There's no reason to dilly-dally because checking out is so easy. Now mark out the date on your calendars and start your countdown.
While Australia is known for many different things, it has also provided us with many notable performers, and 5 Seconds of Summer is by far their most successful one (often abbreviated as 5SOS). It was in 2011 that the boys got together and formed the pop-rock band we know and love. With their destiny waiting, they signed with Sony/ATV Music Publishing, which led to the release of an extended play (EP) "titled Unplugged." Astoundingly, with no promotion outside of Facebook and Twitter, the EP quickly rose to the #3 spot on the iTunes chart in Australia and the #20 spot in both New Zealand and Sweden.
However, it was their smash hit "She Looks So Perfect" that propelled them into the pop music mainstream. That song had such incredible staying power that it topped the charts in four different countries. Even today, it serves as an anthem for their legions of devoted followers around the world.
The band is ecstatic to announce the release of new music in the form of an album, "The Feeling of Falling Upwards—live from the Royal Albert Hall," in addition to their tour, titled The 5 Seconds of Summer Show. All of the tracks on the album are taken from the band's legendary 2022 performances of "The Felling of Falling Upwards" at London's Royal Albert Hall, where they once busked before becoming a major act. The band performed new and reinvented arrangements of songs from across their 11-album discography, accompanied by a 12-piece string orchestra and a 12-member gospel choir.
With over 10 million albums sold, 2 million concert tickets sold, and 7 billion streams, the band is widely considered one of Australia's most successful musical acts, and the stats really do speak for themselves. You really can't afford to pass up this extremely rare opportunity to witness them live at the world-class Ameris Bank Amphitheatre, so be sure to click the “GET TICKETS” button up top. It will be one of the best concerts you attend for a very long time to come.