The Postal Service & Death Cab For Cutie Go To MSG For 20th Anniversary; Enter To Win
The Postal Service and Death Cab for Cutie are coming to Madison Square Garden on September 20th for their special anniversary tour! They'll be on their Give Up & Transatlanticism 20th Anniversary Tour, which celebrates each group's representative album.
Death Cab for Cutie was formed in 1997 by lead singer Ben Gibbard and initially began as a solo project for him. After the successful release of his cassette demo, he expanded on the project to fully form a band. Their 2003 breakout album Transatlanticism was a critical and mainstream success, and its songs The Sound of Settling and Title and Registration were featured on many popular TV shows and movies.
The Postal Service was the brainchild of Ben Gibbard and producer Jimmy Tamborello, and in 2003 they released their only album Give Up with their lead single, Such Great Heights. Despite being a side project the album and band became a huge hit among fans, and despite not releasing any more music, they still have a very dedicated following.
Ben Gibbard now brings The Postal Service and Death Cab For Cutie together for a special anniversary concert event at Madison Square Garden on September 20th! We're giving away a pair of tickets to go see them live, and it's super simple to enter. Just fill out the information below and we will contact you if you're a winner!