You count “Stressed Out” and “Heathens” among your favorite songs. In fact, you love just about everything Twenty One Pilots comes up with and want to see them live. Now is your chance. Twenty One Pilots is kicking off the Bandito Tour at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. The show will be on Oct. 16 and tickets start at $34.70. This is going to be a massive show, and you don’t want to be left out.
You still have a little while to wait before the band takes the stage, so check out these little-known facts that will make you love Twenty One Pilots even more.
Tyler Joseph Worked at a Killers Concert
Tyler Joseph of Twenty One Pilots wasn’t always a famous musician. Once, he was just a guy cleaning up after the Killers at one of their concerts. Well, at least that’s what he was supposed to do. Just as he was about to start cleaning, he had an epiphany: He didn’t want to clean up after Brandon Flowers and the rest of the Killers. He wanted to be them, so he walked out and never looked back.
John Dun Is Flipping Out
If you’ve ever attended a Twenty One Pilots concert, you know that Josh Dun always does a backflip. It’s his thing, and many people think it’s something he’s always known how to do. However, in reality, he didn’t actually know that he could do a flip until he attempted one during a soundcheck and stuck the landing. Now he does one at every concert. Ger ready to see him complete a backflip at the Bridgestone Arena.
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If Music Doesn’t Work Out, There’s Always Basketball
Joseph’s parents didn’t see their son becoming a famous musician; instead, they were all about basketball. They even asked him to make 500 shots before the evening meal every night, all in the hope that he would get a scholarship to college. He did get that scholarship, but he declined, deciding that he wanted to instead pursue a career in music. Just imagine how different his life would be if he’d taken that scholarship.
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