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|January 24, 2014 05:32 PM EST||
ATLANTA, Jan. 24, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ticket Down announces that they have slashed prices across the board for Katy Perry tickets at Philips Arena. Katy will be live in Atlanta, Georgia on Saturday, June 28, 2014. Find Katy Perry Atlanta floor seats, front row seats, upper and lower level seating along with "Prismatic" VIP packages and more at Ticket Down.
The city of Atlanta, Georgia, is known for its southern hospitality, great nightlife and incredible entertainment choices. From their professional sports teams to their popular clubs, the city has something for everyone each night. The Philips Arena is a venue that is home to the Atlanta Hawks of the National Basketball Association. The facility opened in 1999 and the team has called it home ever since. On June 28, the arena will be home to the "PRISMATIC" world tour featuring Katy Perry and Capital Cities.
Capital Cities formed in 2008 when two Los Angeles friends, Ryan Merchant and Sebu Simonian, decided to create a group. They first got together after a Craigslist ad led them to each other and after three years of writing jingles, decided they wanted more. They released their first EP in 2011 called the Capital Cities EP. On that album was the song, "Safe and Sound." The song made a major splash in 2013 when it began to get radio play and has made their career thus far. The duo will reach a new audience with the help of Perry and the "PRISMATIC" world tour.
This is the third headlining tour for the 29-year-old Perry. The Santa Barbara, California, native had her first headlining tour in 2009 with the "Hello Katy Tour." That tour featured 89 dates that introduced the future pop princess to new audiences around the world. She was able to follow up the success of her first headlining tour with the "California Dreams Tour." This tour ran from 2011-12 and featured 124 dates. The tour was highly successful and helped Perry's third album, Teenage Dream, become the best selling record of her career. Off that album, fans fell in love with her music to the tune of six No. 1 singles.
In her career, Perry has had eight No. 1 singles, including her most recent chart-topping song from Prism, "Roar." That song was one of the top of the year in 2013 and has been used for advertisements to promote the Grammy Awards. The Philips Arena could be filled to capacity when Perry and Capital Cities arrive in June. The venue can seat more than 21,000 fans for concerts and could see tickets sell out quickly. Tickets to this leg of the "PRISMATIC" world tour will make for wonderful gifts for all the Perry fans in your family.
Ticket Down has Katy Perry floor, upper level, lower level, and VIP seating at discounted prices. This trusted secondary ticket website has extended their customer appreciation promo/discount/coupon code KATYPERRY2014 for special savings on any Katy Perry tickets in Atlanta, GA.
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