Thrice at The Wiltern

Thrice Tickets

The Wiltern | Los Angeles, California

This summer, rocks fans can experience one of the most significant albums of the 21st-century post-hardocre era. Critically-acclaimed rock band Thrice released The Artist in the Ambulance in 2003, and its legacy lives on among the top 20 emo albums of the decade. On Thursday, 22nd June 2023, Thrice will be performing the record in its entirety. The songs “Stare at the Sun,” “All That’s Left,” “Under a Killing Moon,” and more will be on the same set list for the first time in years! Thrice will celebrate the album’s 20th anniversary at the Wiltern in Los Angeles and tickets are now available! So hurry and secure yours now!

Thrice at The Wiltern

The Artist in the Ambulance is Thrice’s third effort. Released in July 2003, the record became the band’s phenomenal breakthrough, entering the Billboard 200 chart and peaking at number 16. Moreover, the album topped Billboard’s Top Internet Albums chart and peaked at number 9 on the U.K. Rock Chart. The album was the band’s defining moment at the height of the post-hardcore era. The albums has an eclectic mix of progressive, hard rock, and heavy metal. Some hints of hardcore punk can also be detected in tracks like “Paper Tigers.” With critically-acclaimed tracks like “Stare at the Sun,” “All That’s Left,” and “Under a Killing Moon,” The Artist in the Ambulance was met with high regard and included in various “best of” lists.

Thrice’s other career-defining records include the 2007 and 2008 efforts of The Alchemy Index Vols. I & II, III & IV, 2016’s To be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere, and 2018’s Palms. All these albums topped Billboard’s Independent Albums chart and performed moderately well on the Billboard 200. In 2021, Thrice’s latest album, Horizons/East, was released with lead singles “Scavengers,” “Robot Soft Exorcism,” and “Summer Set Fire to the Rain.”

Today, Thrice’s music has immensely evolved, and they are now purveyors of experimental rock music. Grab tickets now to experience one of the best post-hardcore albums live at the Wiltern!

Thrice at The Wiltern

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