MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre | Tampa, FL
Tears for Fears are back! The Tipping Point World Tour comes to MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre on Friday, June 10th, 2022, with very special guests Garbage. After an extended hiatus of 17 years, Tears For Fears have finally got a new album, due out in February 2022, so you have some time to listen to it before the gig. But get your tickets now, so you don’t miss out on seeing them live, the first single to Tipping Point is out now, and you can already tell that it is going to be incredible!
“We couldn’t be more excited to start playing concerts again. We’ve missed seeing our friends on the road around the world and the energy of performing live,” Tears for Fears’ Curt Smith said in a press release. Roland Orzabal added, “The Tipping Point has been a long time in the making, and we are looking forward to playing our favorites from the new album as well as our classics from throughout the years.”
The Tipping Point, is Tears for Fears’ first album since their 2004 album, Everybody Loves a Happy Ending, and is due out February 2021. Tears For Fears was formed by Roland Orzabal and Curt Smith in Bath, England, in 1981. Their debut album, The Hurting, came out in 1983 and reached number 1 on the UK Albums Chart, and they followed it with the album, Songs from the Big Chair, in 1985, with the number 1 hit singles "Shout" and "Everybody Wants to Rule the World" which won the Brit Award for Best British Single in 1986. The album also hit number 1 on the Billboard 200 and went multi-platinum in both the UK and the US.
All the way from Madison, Wisconsin, Garbage is Scottish singer Shirley Manson and guitarist, bassist and keyboardist Duke Erikson, guitarist and keyboardist Steve Marker, and drummer Butch Vig. Their seventh studio album, No Gods No Masters, was released in June 2021. "This is our seventh record, the significant numerology of which affected the DNA of its content: the seven virtues, the seven sorrows, and the seven deadly sins," singer Shirley Manson explained, describing No Gods No Masters as "a critique of the rise of capitalist short-sightedness, racism, sexism and misogyny across the world."