Twenty One Pilots coming to Quicken Loans Arena

Lewis Collier
July 11, 2018

Twenty One Pilots are back from the darkness.

The wildly popular alt-pop duo emerged from a yearlong hiatus Wednesday to announce their fall Bandito Tour, which will stop at Amalie Arena on November 3.

But before all of that, Twenty One Pilots was formed in Columbus in 2009 by singer-instrumentalist Tyler Joseph, with percussionist Josh Dun joining in 2011.

The band is known for their hit songs "Tear in My Heart", "Ride" and "Stressed Out", as well as "Heathens" from the "Suicide Squad" soundtrack.

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The last time Twenty One Pilots performed in Cleveland was at the Wolstein Center in 2016.

The band's new album TRENCH will arrive on October 5. If you're in the United Kingdom or Australia, you can register for tickets here.

All remaining tickets will be released to the general public at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, July 20. Find more information here.

This is one of only two Twenty One Pilots shows in Florida this fall - the other is November 4 at the BB&T Center in Sunrise.

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