The Cars emerged in the late 1970s and took the new wave music world by storm. Standing out among the artists of the time, The Cars' music became the anthem for the generation of young people that witnessed the reenergizing shift from the arena rock of the'70s to the modern new wave and punk genres of the '80s. The Cars' music is fun and intelligent, bold and catchy. Now you have a chance to see these creative musicians in concert for the first time in many years. We've got the best seats, so buy your New Cars' tickets here!
Two of the original members of The Cars, Elliot Easton and Greg Hawkes , have reunited for a tour that will bring their music to a whole new generation of fans. Hawkes and Easton invited Todd Rundgren to do vocals, Kasim Sulton on bass and Prairie Prince to play drums for the project. The chance to see these performers together is a true treat for old and new fans.
The Cars' most memorable album and song was 'Just What I Needed' of 1978 and it was only matched in popularity by 1984's Heartbeat City. MTV was an important purveyor of The Cars' music videos; one of which, 'You Might Think,' won video of the year in 1984. Songs like 'Magic,' 'Hello Again' and 'Drive' were the top-twenty singles that made The Cars concert tickets sell out and their music hit the top of the charts.
The Cars' reunion spearheaded by Greg Hawkes also features the new wave band Blondie. No one who remembers the 1980s can forget Deborah Harry's unique voice and the influence that Blondie had on popular music of the time. Seeing both of these bands play live is a rare treat that you don't want to miss.
No band embodies the spirit and sound of new wave music like The Cars. For the first time since 1988 you have the chance to see The Cars, now The New Cars, in concert. Don't miss the chance to see them play memorable hits like 'My Best Friend's Girl,' 'Touch and Go' and 'Since You're Gone.'