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Buy The Script Tickets, Prices, Tour Dates & Concert Schedule

Buy The Script Tickets, Prices, Tour Dates & Concert Schedule

The Script Concert Tickets
If you want to see a concert by an award-winning band from Ireland, then The Script tickets are perfect for you. The Script is a popular indie and pop-rock band that has been putting out music for more than ten years. They formed in 2007 in Dublin and have made quite a name for themselves in the music industry by topping the charts. They are a trio made up of Daniel O’Donoghue as the lead vocalist and keyboard player, Glen Power on drums, and Mark Sheehan playing the lead guitar.
They have released more than five studio albums over the years. Their debut was a self-titled album in 2008 which peaked at number one in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The band followed it up with “Science & Faith” in 2011, “#3” in 2012, “No Sound Without Silence” in 2014, “Freedom Child” in 2017, and “Sunsets & Full Moons” in 2019. They have quite a few awards under their belt as well, like a 2009 EBBA Award for “Emerging Artist or Group of the Year” and a 2014 Meteor Choice Music for “Song of the Year. ”
Their music has appeared on the soundtrack of many television shows like “90210, ” “The Vampire Diaries, ” “The Hills, ” and “Waterloo Road. ” Their most popular songs include “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved, ” “Breakeven, ” and “Hall of Fame, ” featuring Each of the tracks has hundreds of millions of plays on Spotify. To sing along to their songs live and in person, be sure that you purchase The Script tickets from TicketSmarter.
The Script Ticket Prices
You’ll find that The Script concert tickets vary in price from market to market. Tickets for smaller venues that sell out fast are typically more expensive due to simple supply and demand. While larger venues tend to have more availability so ticket prices are usually a little lower. Alternative Festival tickets tend to be pricier but you have an opportunity to see The Script along with artists such as Pearl Jam, Green Day and the Foo Fighters.
How much are The Script tickets?
Generally speaking, The Script ticket prices cost more than $50 for most live performances. Tickets to see The Script play at music festivals like Lollapalooza can cost more than $100 for a standard general admission ticket. Premium seating at venues like the United Center can cost more than $275 a seat, while standard tickets for seats in the upper levels of the arena can cost less than $75 a ticket.
On average, The Script concert tickets start around $212. 40. Of course, prices can range anywhere from as low as $69. 00 to several hundred dollars per ticket depending on the venue and seat location. Floor seats and VIP are usually the most expensive and can cost as high as $1035. 00 depending on availability. Seats to The Script’s concerts in Edinburgh, EB, can range between $0. 00 to $0. 00 a ticket.
The Script Tour Dates & Concert Schedule
Catch The Script on the road possibly at festivals such as South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas, Desert Daze Festival at Moreno Beach, CA or at Pickathon Music Festival in Happy Valley. Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago brings together some of the biggest names in indie and alternative music. Check out the event schedule above to see when The Script tour dates are coming to an arena or stadium near you.
There are 50 shows left on the The Script 2021 concert schedule. The Script next live show is taking place on October 25th, 2021 at 9:00am at the Virtual Experiences Zone which is located at 1515 Broadway, Your Home, NY. There are 0 The Script – Virtual Experiences tickets currently available. The cheapest concert tickets for this event start at $0. 00 and go up to $0. 00 for premium tickets.
When do The Script tickets go on sale?
Onsale dates for The Script tickets vary depending on the city or region. You can stay up to date by viewing the event schedule above. There’s no need for a presale code. Typically, tickets go on sale 6-9 months in advance. Get your The Script concert tickets today to The Script’s upcoming concert on July 16th, 2022 at TBD at Edinburgh Castle Esplanade located at Top of Royal Mile, Edinburgh, EB.
The Script Seating Chart
Use the interactive seat map above to select the best seats for you and your group. The filtering option allows you to narrow your search by price and location. So whether you’re looking for VIP seats at Pitchfork Music Festival or lawn seats at AFROPUNK FEST, we have the best selection available. Pitchfork has a capacity of 19, 000 while Afropunk Fest has around 70, 000 attendees. If you are attending SXSW, expect attendance to be around 417, 000 concertgoers. Grab The Script tour tickets now to attend Levitate Festival along with 30, 000 other fans so make sure you secure your spot today.
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Songs from the The Script Tour Setlist
The Script’s setlist while performing in Aalborg, 19 at “Musikkens Hus Concert Hall”
included the following songs:
Rain
Superheroes
The Man Who Can’t Be Moved
Dancing in the Dark
I Want It All
Nothing
For the First Time
The Last Time
Talk You Down
Something Unreal
We Cry
No Good in Goodbye
Breakeven
Hall of Fame
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The Script Tour Dates
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Biography
The Script is an Irish pop rock band formed by childhood best friends Danny O’Donoghue and Mark Sheehan in Dublin.
Working on music together since they were young boys, the duo found work in Los Angeles as a song writing team for the likes of TLC, Britney Spears and Boyz II Men. After a few false starts with their own record deal, the friends returned to Dublin and recruited drummer Glen Power. With this addition, The Script was born and the band never looked back.
The release of the band’s first album “The Script” blew critics and listeners away and debuted in the number one position on the UK and Irish charts. Much of the success of this first album must be accredited to the singles “We Cry” and “Break Even”, but mostly to “The Man Who Can’t Be Moved” which reached number two on the Irish and UK singles charts.
With the buzz generated from the first album, The Script won legions of fans across Europe and the US which assured that the release of their three subsequent albums – “Science & Faith”, “#3” and “No Sound Without Silence” – all hit the number one or two spot within the UK and Ireland, and were all top 20 albums in the US.
The band has completed three world tours to support their albums, and their hit singles “Hall of Fame” – which saw the band collaborate with – and “Superheroes” are always met with excitement wherever they play. While the band has only been making music since 2001, their sound is certainly mature and self-assured.
The Script’s pop rock melodies and thoughtful lyrics can certainly be traced back to the band’s influences, which include Van Morrison, Snow Patrol, The Police and U2. Already off to a great start, The Script certainly have many more musical tricks up their sleeve, and their fans are dying to hear them.
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Live reviews
The Script
At first I didn’t think I was actually going to go and see The Script live in concert. I liked the Script, but I didn’t actually know many of their songs apart from the popular ones. This was until one of my friends urged me to listen to more of their songs. The more I listened to them, the more I grew to love their music and their lyrics. I decided at this point that it would be worth going to see them live and going to my first ever music concert at Perth Arena. So I bought a ticket and went along with my sister.
I had no idea what to expect, but I was blown away my the magic of the night. Not just the magic, the atmosphere, the sense of united love for these guys who brought the place to life. Colton Avery was a great support act too, looks like he definitely has a bright future, and made the right move teaming up with the Script.
Danny, Mark and Glen couldn’t have been more amazing throughout the night. They entertained Perth with not only their energy and talent but also that good old Irish humour. Best of all, relating us all to the deep meanings and moods of their songs performed. Danny actually asked the audience if anyone had an ex he could call and perform the song ‘Nothing’ to. He actually did this, and farewelled the ex with a “goodbye asshole! “. Funniest moment.
Danny’s crowd run with a go-pro was a pretty sweet moment too. When he came across my seated section, he was only a few rows in front of me!
But the best part of all was the way the guys finished the show. If this wasn’t THE magical moment, I don’t know what was. The final song performed was ‘Hall of Fame’ which was very fitting to end the first show of the Australian leg for the guys. Danny told us all to switch the flashlight on all of our phones, making the arena looked like a candlelit shrine. The atmospheric vibes were so crazy and uplifting that everyone in the seated area who were sitting the whole night erupted on their feet to pay tribute to the guys and the whole arena united as one and sang along. It was the best night I have ever had, and I really mean that! I truly love The Script and their music!
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The Script was awesome. This was easily one of the best performances I’ve ever seen. First of all the venue, while not very aesthetically pleasing, offered much in the way of every “seat” having a good view of the stage. Parking was convenient and it was easy to locate. Additionally, the price of the ticket was extremely reasonable. Although I didn’t particularly enjoy Mary Lambert’s performance as she did more talking than singing, I did like the first opener but of course they both paled in comparison to The Script.
Every time I see them, I’m amazed because they sound even better live than they do on their albums. My only complaint the last time I saw them was that their performance wasn’t long enough but since this is their tour, they more than made up for that this time. They sang nearly everything that you’d want to hear – old and new and as always, it was a very high energy performance and the lead singer made several forays into the audience. As a regular concert goer, I can honestly say that his being willing to come out into the audience repeatedly is a very unusual thing for performers do which really makes me feel that they really do appreciate their fans and don’t mind interacting with them.
I said it previously and I’ll say it again, this was an awesome show and if they ever come anywhere near where I’m located and even if I have to travel aways, I’ll definitely see them again. This show was definitely worth the cost of the ticket and then some.
I went to see the Script with my friend, and I must say I was quite apprehensive about seeing them. Not because I dislike their music, on the contrary I find it thoroughly relaxing, but because most other gigs I have been to in the past have been rather more up beat and dancey. However, I must say I was very pleasantly surprised. The entire atmosphere, although different to a pop or sock gig, was electric, full of dedicated fans.
My favourite song of the night, ‘Six Degrees of Seperation’ was very touching and the crowd were hanging off the lead singers every word, becoming involved with his emotional performance. As the song began to pick up, the audience were swaying and holding their phone lights up to signify their appreciation for the music. It was unlike any gig I had been to before and I thoroughly enjoyed watching the Irish soft rock live.
Even if you are not interested inherently in this genre of music, from a fan of heavier music, I really do recommend using the script to broaden your horizons. Their lyrics and melodies are fabulous, and to watch them convey the sometimes-emotional messages first hand was something really special for me.
Indescribable is a word that describes the concert experience! From the moment they came on stage the crowd cheered and screamd their lungs out.
It was inevitable that the show would include tracks from this highly anticipated album. With their huge success, it was also inevitable that their huge number of singles would also be making an appearance. Allowing us to share their success over the years while singing our hart out to the favorites. With a combination of their newes hits The Script gave a monumental show!
They harbour such great talent. The show had everything, from the cheering, screaming, singing along to their upclose interaction with the audience. One could think there was no more to give. To top it all of, they held almost one hour extra show after they where finished. Making the crowd feel their love for music and the respect they have for their fans! The words THANK YOU FOR AN AMAZING SHOW does not nearly describe the experience!
For those who love heart filled good music is The Script an absolute must go to consert!
The Script at the O2 was the best concert I have ever been to. I entered a competition to be part of the parade which features at the start of the show. Backstage we had rehearsals where we could watch their soundcheck. The lads were mucking around in their go karts around the arena which was hilarious!!
A short while later we were waiting backstage and Danny came in to meet us and he was lovely! He took time with all of us and we managed to get individual and a group photo!
Being in the parade was also the best experience with all the crowd screaming and looking around the arena with everyone holding their phone torches up.
The lads had an amazing set singing 20 songs all of which everyone sang their hearts out. You could also tell they had spent time thinking everything out with some amazing lazers and effects and an extra B stage.
Thank you The Script for an unforgettable experience:-)
I attended my 4th The Script show on June 6th 2015 and I have to say, it was the greatest show out of all the one’s I have been to. I was on the drummer’s VIP list and I got to meet them (I have multiple times) and got great seats at the first show of the balcony. The music was perfect, the atmosphere was fantastic, and it was overall a great night. Glen Power (the drummer) noticed me up in the crowd and pointed and waved to me on multiple occasions and at the end of the show waved once more, attempted to throw his drumstick up at me, and blew me a kiss before walking off stage. Danny O’Donoghue (front man) also ran up to my seating area in mid song and high fived me and a bunch of other people around me. It was for sure a night to remember and I still haven’t gotten over it. I am a huge fan of The Script and I would advise anyone and everyone to go to their shows. You’ll completely enjoy it:) xx
The concert was simply amazing, to be honest it was the best concert I’ve been to so far… I was extremely surprised what a deep, rough voice the lead singer of the band had, which gave the songs that certain something.
I can’t say anything more but that the atmosphere and the whole show were incredible!!!
But also the service of the organizer “good news” was totally well structured and unique, there were no problems at all!
I’m definitely planning to go to another The Script-concert when they are in Switzerland the next time and I’m already looking forward to it!… I just hope that they will be able to actually attend the show next time…!
OMG! If you have not seen The Script live, you must see them! They are an incredible live band. So much energy in the place. Not only was the concert great (Danny came down into the audience to do a song), but these guys LOVE their fans. There were over 100 fans lined up at the back gate and they came out and signed CD’s, albums, shirts and verious body parts and took pictures with everyone. They left nobody out and didn’t leave until everyone was happy. They really appreciate what their core fan base has done to support them. PLEASE SEE THIS BAND!! BUY THE NEW ALBUM FREEDOM CHILD! It’s awesome!!
As if The Script wasn’t already my favorite band of all time, they literally are some of the best performers that I have ever witnessed! So fun and so energetic, it is hard not to become obsessed with them after seeing them live! They even called an audience members ex boyfriend when they sang Nothing and sang to the ex the whole time, it was literally incredible! They always have amazing set lists and are always there to entertain the heck out of the audience! Adored them from the start, no one will be sorry that they saw the script perform!
The Script engages an audience like no other! Lead singer, Danny, always makes his way into the metimes 3-4 times during a concert, and interacts w/ fans via high fives, hugs, selfies, and, kisses!!!! Glen (drummer) makes lots of eye contact and waves to fans often and Mark is constantly flicking picks into the crowd! The Script practice a great deal and it shows in their performances as they are always flawless! At every gig, they gain new fans and respect! Don’t miss them next time they come to your area!!!!
The Script tour dates and tickets 2021-2022 near you
The Script will be performing near you at The Warfield on Thursday 31 March 2022 as part of their tour, and are scheduled to play 63 concerts across 19 countries in 2021-2022. View all concerts.
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CANCELLED: The Script - Utilita Arena Newcastle

CANCELLED: The Script – Utilita Arena Newcastle

Public safety continues to be our priority. We’re doing all we can to keep you safe at our venue. Please remember we do not permit backpacks or large bags and you will be screened upon arrival. Read more about our safety policy here.
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EVENT INFORMATION
Date:
12 Jun 2021
Doors Open:
6. 00pm
Pricing:
£32. 50, £47. 30, £59. 30 & £59. 30 VIP packages available
Please note facilities fees of
1. 35
per ticket and booking fees apply
Please note The Script show at Newcastle Arena on Saturday 12 June 2021 has been cancelled
Artist Statement:
Hey #TheScriptfamily
It’s with deep sadness that we have to announce our June 2021 shows in Newcastle, Amsterdam and Belgium have been cancelled.
You know this is the last thing we would want to do however after looking at every option, we have no choice but to make this decision.
All ticket holders should contact their point of purchase for refunds.
Stay safe, Danny, Mark and Glen x
Sorry, this event has now passed and ticket sales are no longer available.

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