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Death Cab for Cutie Concerts Schedule Nov 2018

Nov 17
Sat, 1:00 pm
Corona Capital, Now Now Sleepyhead, The New Regime and others 36
Ciudad de México · Teatro Julio Castillo (CNT)
Nov 18
Sun, 1:00 pm
Corona Capital, King Henry, Arizona and others 16
Ciudad de México · Teatro Julio Castillo (CNT)

Death Cab for Cutie Concerts Schedule Dec 2018

Dec 1
Sat, 7:30 pm
Death Cab for Cutie
Milwaukee, WI · Eagles Ballroom
Dec 2
Sun, 7:00 pm
Death Cab for Cutie, Elle King
Chicago, IL · Aragon Ballroom
Dec 3
Mon, 7:30 am
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Indianapolis, IN · Deluxe at Old National Centre
Dec 3
Mon, 7:30 pm
Death Cab for Cutie
Indianapolis, IN · Deluxe at Old National Centre
Dec 4
Tue, 7:00 pm
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Cleveland, OH · Agora Theatre
Dec 6
Thu, 7:00 pm
Florence + the Machine, Bastille, Foster the People and others 5
Brooklyn, NY · Barclays Center
Dec 8
Sat, 6:30 pm
not so silent night, Death Cab for Cutie, CHVRCHES and others 5
San Jose, CA · SAP Center
Dec 11
Tue, 8:00 pm
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Portland, OR · McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
Dec 12
Wed, 8:00 pm
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Portland, OR · McMenamins Crystal Ballroom
Dec 14
Fri, 5:30 pm
Death Cab for Cutie, Third Eye Blind
San Diego, CA · Valley View Casino Center

Death Cab for Cutie Concerts Schedule Jan 2019

Jan 24
Thu, 7:00 pm
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Dublin · Olympia Theatre
Jan 25
Fri, 7:00 pm
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Manchester · Albert Hall
Jan 26
Sat, 7:00 pm
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Glasgow · O2 Academy Glasgow
Jan 28
Mon, 7:00 pm
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Nottingham · Rock City
Jan 29
Tue, 7:00 pm
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Leeds · O2 Academy Leeds
Jan 30
Wed, 7:00 pm
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Bristol · O2 Academy Bristol

Death Cab for Cutie Concerts Schedule Feb 2019

Feb 1
Fri, 7:00 pm
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London · Eventim Apollo
Feb 2
Sat, 6:30 pm
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Paris · Le Trianon
Feb 3
Sun, 8:00 pm
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Borgerhout · De Roma
Feb 5
Tue, 7:45 pm
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Utrecht · Tivoli vredenburg
Feb 6
Wed, 8:00 pm
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Köln · Live Music Hall
Feb 7
Thu, 8:00 pm
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Berlin · Astra Kulturhaus
Feb 9
Sat, 8:00 pm
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Hamburg · Grosse Freiheit 36
Feb 10
Sun, 8:00 pm
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København V · VEGA - Musikkens Hus
Feb 11
Mon, 7:30 pm
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Stockholm · Cirkus
Feb 12
Tue, 7:00 pm
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Oslo · Sentrum Scene

Death Cab for Cutie Concerts Schedule Mar 2019

Mar 14
Thu, 8:00 pm
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Auckland · The Civic

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About Death Cab for Cutie

Created in 1997, Death Cab for Cutie is an emo-alternative rock band from Bellingham, Washington. Their sound is similar to the indie pop style that spawned in the early 2000s. Associated acts include The Postal Service, Martin Youth Auxillary, and Eureka Farm.

In the late 1990s, Ben Gibbard began work on his first solo project. The recording entitled, You Can Play These Songs with Chords did well for an unsolicited EP. After the release, he gained a small following and added guitarist Chris Walla. Later, they added the rhythm section with Nick Harmer on Bass and Nathan Good on drums. The ensemble became Death Cab for Cutie and they began playing in the local Bellingham area.

From 1998 to 2003, the group released sporadic music and replaced drummers. Their first LP, something About Airplanes came first, followed by We Have the Facts and We’re Voting Yes. In 2000 they dropped The Forbidden Love and one year later, released The Photo Album. None of the records garnered mainstream success or a label deal; yet, they did build a large cult following. During this time drummers came and went, but in 2003 they settled with Jason McGerr. With McGerr featured on the album, they dropped Transsatlanticism in October. The record became the first to gain commercial attention and appeared on several different TV shows.

In 2004, the group left their small label and joined with Atlantic Records. Although they had many offers, Death Cab for Cutie wanted representation with creative freedom. After inking their deal, they began work on their first album, Plans. The record scored big points with fans and critics, leading to a Grammy nomination in 2005. The same year, the group dropped a DVD featuring live performances. They followed by spending the 2006 year on a US tour, which finished near their hometown in Seattle, Washington.

Two years later, the group finished their next album and released, Narrow Stairs. The record garnered critical and commercial acclaim. The album received many awards and nominations including a node at the Grammys. The music diverted from their previous albums and proved more experimental for the band. They continued their success throughout the next year releasing The Open Door EP. It too received a Grammy nomination; yet, failed to bring in the prestigious award. In 2011, their next album, Codes and Keys equaled the success of the previous, earning the same nominations. They followed by touring the US, making notable stops at the Bunbury Music Festival in Cincinnati, Ohio. Later, they crossed the pond and headed to the UK for a European tour.

In 2013, the group released some re-mastered music along with a live album. Death Cab for a Cutie also announced that they were in the process of recording a new album. The record released in the summer of 2004 and the band is currently preparing for an upcoming tour.