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MUSE, Florence + the Machine, Death Cab For Cutie and More to Headline Alt 92.3 Holiday Show

New York’s relatively new alternative radio station, ALT 92.3, is heavily stepping up their game. On Thursday, December 6, The Barclays Center in Brooklyn will be transformed into the “Not So Silent Night” Holiday Extravaganza. Headliners include Muse, Florence + the Machine, Death Cab For Cutie, Foster The People, Bastille, Chvrches and more.

Desperate for tickets? Well, good news! There’s a pre-sale for Alt Insiders, which began this morning at 10 A.M. If you weren’t able to snag tickets during the pre-sale, tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, October 19. Grab your tickets here, but be quick — this lineup is hot and likely to sell out fast.

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What an epic stack of artists for this special one-night-only event! Take a look below to find out what some of them have been up to and what we can look forward to. We can’t wait to see the holiday cheer these performers bring to the Tri-State area!

Alternative rock band Muse has a brand new album coming out on November 9, titled Simulation Theory. They are likely to play many new tracks from this release at the event. So far, they’ve released singles “Dig Down,” “Thought Contagion,” “Something Human,” “The Dark Side” and “Pressure” accompanied by a viral ’80s school dance-themed music video.

Florence And The Machine is currently are the middle of their High As Hope Tour, which has been traveling all over the world. After finishing the summer season headlining many popular festivals, it only makes sense that they perform at one of the last big events of the year. Florence + the Machine will make their return to The Barclays Center after playing the same venue last week on their tour.

Death Cab For Cutie recently put out a brand new album called Thank You For Today. They, too, just finished playing Brooklyn with two sold-out shows at Kings Theater. The indie group has been on an all-time high since releasing this album. In honor of the 15th anniversary of Transatlanticism, they played the album in full at their Chicago show.

Clearly, Alt 92.3 thought long and hard about which acts they were going to invite to their “Not So Silent Night” concert, and to be honest, we couldn’t be more stoked if tried! See you there?

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