the schottenstein center

I’ve been thinking all week what I should say the last night of the last show… When I met Josh I- I- We don’t- We don’t tell many people this because we don’t want it to come off the wrong way, but I want you to learn something tonight- If you can, if you can. This is what I want you to know: You cannot put a ceiling to your dreams. You just can’t. When Josh and I met, we would say to each other, ‘Arenas… Arenas, man. We wanna play arenas.’ You have to understand maybe now looking around it’s like ‘Yeah, sure.’ But at that moment, when Josh and I would say that to each other, we didn’t tell anyone else because we thought they would laugh at us. We would take these little songs, this little keyboard stand thing I’m playing now, that beat up piano show over there- That same exact beat up piano show. We would go around and we would just show people our songs. And you know we’d be playing in front of just a few people at a time, afterwards we would just say 'Greetings. We’re gonna do this.’ You cannot put a ceiling on your dreams, guys, and we are living proof. You also can’t do it alone. You cannot do it alone. Living proof of that, would you please give up for my very good friend, Josh Dun on the drums! And even in this room right now there’s so many people in here who could take a little chunk of this thing and own it and know that it wouldn’t be possible without them and that includes you guys right here. You guys have set the tone from what a Twenty One Pilots concert and show and movement feels like and looks like, so thank you so much for making that happen. I want you to know that what happens after this… There’s a lot of- lot of questions. You know, if I’m being transparent. I’m not really sure. But when I was- when I was putting on my persona for the very first- last time in the green room right before the show, I wondered: Is this the last time? But we’re not gonna quit. I want you to know that we’re not gonna quit. We’re gonna take the things we’ve learned, and if you would just give us a little room to grow with you guys, we wanna make music and we’re gonna be thinking of this room right here when we do. I promise you that. So way back when, when we were playing in front of just a few people at a time, Josh would go over to a- a rickety old circular bar table and he would back flip off of it in front of three people, and I though that was kind of weird. Same piano show over there, these same songs… We saw you guys in our heads the whole time we were doing it, man! And we always ended our set- We always ended our sets with this song here, and we would like to invite you in our little tradition of closing out this concert with this last song with us.
—  Tyler Joseph, Tour De Columbus, Last Show of the Blurryface Era Trees Speech, 6/25/17

Shots From The Schott

twenty one pilots, Blurryface tour, Columbus, Ohio, 9/18/2015

Finish Ticket

  1. Scavenger
  2. Wrong
  3. Color
  4. Catch You On My Way Out
  5. Bring The Rain


  1. Let’s Love
  2. Talking Dreams
  3. Come Together
  4. Tell Her You Love Her
  5. Bright
  6. I Melt With You (Modern English cover)
  7. Up To You
  8. Cool Kids

twenty one pilots

  1. Heavydirtysoul
  2. Stressed Out
  3. Guns For Hands
  4. Migraine
  5. Polarize
  6. House Of Gold (excerpt)
  7. We Don’t Believe What’s On TV
  8. Can’t Help Falling In Love (Elvis Presley cover)
  9. The Judge
  10. Lane Boy
  11. The Pantaloon (excerpt)
  12. Semi-Automatic (excerpt)
  13. Forest (excerpt)
  14. Screen (excerpt)
  15. Ode To Sleep (excerpt)
  16. Addict With A Pen (excerpt)
  17. Screen (excerpt reprise)
  18. Doubt
  19. Message Man
  20. Holding On To You
  21. Ride
  22. The Run And Go
  23. Tear In My Heart
  24. Car Radio
  25. Goner
  26. Trees


tour de columbus

the basement- june 20th (300 capacity)

new port music hall- june 21st (1,500 capacity)

i think theyre going to announce 3 more, The LC pavilion( 5,000 capacity), The Schottenstein Center (18,000 capacity) and the Ohio Stadium (100,000 capacity)

Sunday Night Music Club: twenty one pilots

To celebrate #TourDeColumbus that concludes tonight at Schottenstein Center - Tonight’s featured track is ‘Fairly Local’ from twenty one pilots’ album Blurryface!

Yo, this song will never be on the radio,
Even if my clique were to pick and the people were to vote,
It’s the few, the proud, and the emotional,
Yo, you, bulletproof in black like a funeral,
The world around us is burning but we’re so cold,
It’s the few, the proud, and the emotional.

Listen to ‘Fairly Local’ and the rest of Blurryface today on Spotify!


twenty one pilots - trees / tour de columbus 6.25.17 schottenstein center

So, you didn’t get the pre-sale code huh? Well, you’re in luck because we’re feelin’ extra nice today. Use TURNITUP (starting at 10am local time, east coast right now) to get your tickets below. 

If for whatever reason you’re not able to get your tickets during the pre-sale, you’ll have another shot during the general on sale tomorrow at 10am local. Heads up, NYC! General on sale starts Saturday, 10/1 at 12pm EST for you.

DEATH OF A BACHELOR TOUR w/ Misterwives & Saint Motel

2/24/17 - Uncasville, CT @ Mohegan Sun - Tickets
2/25/17 - Philadelphia, PA @ Wells Fargo Center - Tickets
2/26/17 - Portland, ME @ Cross Insurance Arena - Tickets
2/28/17 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Petersen Events Center - Tickets
3/02/17 - New York, NY @ Madison Square Garden - Tickets
3/04/17 - Worcester, MA @ DCU Center - Tickets
3/07/17 - Columbus, OH @ Schottenstein Center - Tickets
3/08/17 - Cleveland, OH @ Wolstein Center at Cleveland State University Tickets
3/10/17 - Auburn Hills, MI @ Palace of Auburn Hills - Tickets
3/11/17 - Rosemont, IL @ Allstate Arena - Tickets
3/12/17 - St. Paul, MN @ Xcel Energy Center - Tickets
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3/15/17 - Omaha, NE @ Baxter Arena - Tickets
3/17/17 - Denver, CO @ Pepsi Center - Tickets
3/18/17 - Orem, UT @ UCCU Center - Tickets
3/19/17 - Boise, ID @ Taco Bell Arena - Tickets
3/21/17 - Seattle, WA @ WaMu Theater - Tickets
3/22/17 - Portland, OR @ Moda Center* - Tickets
3/24/17 - Las Vegas, NV @ Mandalay Bay Events Center* - Tickets
3/25/17 - Oakland, CA @ Oracle Arena - Tickets
3/26/17 - San Diego, CA @ Viejas Arena - Tickets
3/28/17 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Forum - Tickets
3/29/17 - Phoenix, AZ @ Talking Stick Resort Arena - Tickets
3/31/17 - Allen, TX @ Allen Event Center - Tickets
4/01/17 - Houston, TX @ Toyota Center - Tickets
4/02/17 - Austin, TX @ Frank Erwin Center - Tickets
4/04/17 - Tulsa, OK @ BOK Center - Tickets
4/05/17 - Saint Louis, MO @ Scottrade Center - Tickets
4/07/17 - Birmingham, AL @ BJCC Arena - Tickets
4/08/17 - Memphis, TN @ FedEx Forum - Tickets
4/09/17 - Louisville, KY @ KFC Yum! Center - Tickets
4/11/17 - Greensboro, NC @ Greensboro Coliseum Complex - Tickets
4/12/17 - Duluth, GA @ Infinite Energy Center - Tickets
4/14/17 - Orlando, FL @ Amway Center - Tickets
4/15/17 - Sunrise, FL @ BB&T Center* - Tickets

*Panic! At The Disco and MisterWives Only

Panic! at the Disco Leads Latest Hot Tours Recap

Panic! at the Disco leads the pack on the latest slate of Hot Tours (see list below), based on $7.8 million in sold ticket revenue recently reported from its 2017 tour that kicked off in late February.

On the road in support of the studio album Death of a Bachelor, released early in 2016, the band launched the tour Feb. 24 with a sold-out concert at Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Conn. The seven-week run through 36 U.S. markets wrapped April 15 in south Florida.

First-quarter box office counts from the tour, reported by promoter Live Nation, show that 247,447 tickets were sold at arenas in 25 American cities from the beginning of the trek through the end of March, with revenue from those concerts landing at $11.7 million.

The tour continued into April, though, with 11 more performances before the finale. Adding gross estimates from those concerts yet to be reported, the overall box office take was about $17 million when the tour closed. About 350,000 fans saw the Death of a Bachelor Tour during its run.

Following on the Hot Tours tally are three touring artists with ticket sales from shows performed at London’s O2 Arena during their treks through Europe. Bruno Mars, Ed Sheeran and John Mayer each earn a slot on the weekly recap based on box office counts reported by the arena.

With the No. 2 ranking, Mars scored a $6.3 million box office total from four shows at the London venue during his 24K Magic World Tour’s 11-week jaunt through Europe. His concerts on April 18-19 and 21-22 drew a total of 71,135 fans. Also included in this tally is a later show in Switzerland on May 12. Mars performed for a sellout crowd of 13,888 at Hallenstadion in Zurich with sales topping $1.3 million.

Sheeran’s 2017 world tour launched in Italy on March 16 and hit 19 markets in Europe through May 3. The last date on the trek was his three-night stint at the O2 Arena on the first three days of May. He takes the No. 4 Hot Tours ranking based on $5 million in revenue from 55,708 sold seats during the run.

Mayer (No. 7) played the venue on May 11 and 12, the final two nights of his brief swing through six European cities during May. With 30,709 fans in attendance, sales from the two performances reached $1.7 million. The world tour in support of his April release The Search For Everything kicked off in Albany, N.Y., at the end of March and is set to run through early September.

 HOT TOURS - May 23, 2017 Ranked by Gross.  Compiled from Boxscores reported May 16-22  RankACT Total Gross Show Date Range Venue/City (Shows/Sellouts) Total Attendance (Capacity)  1PANIC! AT THE DISCO $7,862,407 March 4-31 DCU Center, Worcester, Mass. (1/0) Schottenstein Center, Columbus, Ohio (1/0) Wolstein Center, Cleveland (1/0) Palace of Auburn Hills (Mich.) (1/0) Allstate Arena, Rosemont, Ill. (1/0) Xcel Energy Center, St. Paul, Minn. (1/0) Wells Fargo Arena, Des Moines, Iowa (1/0) Baxter Arena, Omaha, Neb. (1/0) Pepsi Center, Denver (1/0) UCCU Center, Orem, Utah (1/0) Taco Bell Arena, Boise, Idaho (1/0) WaMu Theater, Seattle (1/0) Moda Center, Portland (1/0) Viejas Arena, San Diego (1/0) The Forum, Inglewood, Calif. (1/1) Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix (1/1) Allen (Texas) Event Center (1/0) 170,806 (180,937)  2BRUNO MARS $7,733,170 April 18-May 12 O2 Arena, London (4/4) Hallenstadion, Zurich (1/1) 85,023 (85,023)  3GAME OF THRONES LIVE CONCERT EXPERIENCE $7,288,971 March 6-31 TD Garden, Boston (1/0) Madison Square Garden, New York (1/0) Spectrum Center, Charlotte (1/0) BB&T Center, Sunrise, Fla. (1/0) Amalie Arena, Tampa (1/0) AT&T Center, San Antonio (1/0) Toyota Center, Houston (1/0) Pepsi Center, Denver (1/0) The Forum, Inglewood, Calif. (1/0) MGM Grand Garden, Las Vegas (1/0) Talking Stick Resort Arena, Phoenix (1/0) SAP Center, San Jose (1/0) KeyArena, Seattle (1/0) 102,049 (156,074)  4ED SHEERAN $5,093,280 May 1-3 O2 Arena, London (3/3) 55,708 (55,708)  5BILLY JOEL $5,046,093 May 13 Dodger Stadium, Los Angeles 48,162 (48,162)  6THE WEEKND $4,744,274 April 29-May 13 The Forum, Inglewood, Calif. (2/2) Philips Arena, Atlanta (1/1) 47,434 (47,434)  7JOHN MAYER $3,566,897 March 31-May 12 Times Union Center, Albany, N.Y. (1/0) The Forum, Inglewood, Calif. (1/1) O2 Arena, London (2/2) 54,567 (56,989)  8RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS $3,111,853 May 14-18 Schottenstein Center, Columbus, Ohio (1/1) KFC Yum! Center, Louisville, Ky. (1/1) Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis (1/1) 34,624 (34,624)  9GREEN DAY $3,067,150 March 5-28 Toyota Center, Houston (1/0) Verizon Arena, North Little Rock, Ark. (1/0) DCU Center, Worcester, Mass. (1/0) Petersen Events Center, Pittsburgh (1/0) Joe Louis Arena, Detroit (1/0) State Farm Center, Champaign, Ill. (1/0) 58,792 (63,334)  10ELTON JOHN $2,939,841 March 5-23 Spokane (Wash.) Arena (1/1) Tingley Coliseum, Albuquerque (1/1) Don Haskins Center, El Paso, Texas (1/0) 33,444 (33,720)