Tech N9ne Live Performances
Tech N9ne has long been a favorite live performer among rap music fans. His dark childhood influences inspire his stage imagery and his memorable stage presence. As an indie artist, he has performed in many smaller venues, but he has also performed larger shows and at festivals. He appeared at the Rock The Bells 2009 Festival and the tenth annual Gathering of the Juggalos. On many of his tours, he invites other artists to join him. Tech’s Independent Grind tour in 2014 included Freddie Gibbs, Krizz Kaliko, and Jarren Benton. His Special Effects tour was joined by Kaliko, Murs, Chris Webby, Zuse, and King 810.
Where to Find Tech N9ne Tickets
For an artist known to be so indie and underground, Tech N9ne performs often all over the world. He plays in small venues and large theaters or music halls. Nonetheless, tickets to see Tech N9ne in concert are constantly in high demand. Additionally, he performs in only a handful of the world’s biggest cities. Check SeatRetriever now to find your tickets. SeatRetriever exists to give you the latest information on concert tickets. For the best deals on tickets, be sure to check regularly. Luckily, tickets to see Tech N9ne perform are generally affordable.
What’s Special About Tech N9ne?
Very few indie rappers gain the following Tech N9ne has. He has earned respect from music fans and musical artists alike despite primarily pioneering his own career path. It was only a couple years after the debut of his first album that Tech founded his own record label. He has produced music with many other rappers, but he has also ventured out to work with musicians from unlikely genres. Tech has worked with B.o.B., the Doors, Kendrick Lamar, and Serj Tankian. Therefore, it’s not surprising that he has listed Jim Morrison, Led Zeppelin, Elton John, and Metallica as major influences for his writing. The horror hardcore rapper has a standalone niche in the modern music industry.
Tech N9ne has also had his music featured in film, television, and video games. He has had songs featured in movies like Born 2 Race, Alpha Dog, and The Life of Lucky Cucumber. His song “Let’s Go” was used in a promotional short film for Axe body spray. On TV, his music has made appearances on Dark Angel, My Super Sweet 16, The Hills, and Warren the Ape. Several of Tech’s songs are in the video games Madden NFL 2006, The Crew, and Midnight Club: Los Angeles. He has also appeared as an actor in the movies Vengeance and Night of the Living Dead: Origins 3D and in the musical “Alleluia: The Devil’s Carnival.”
Experience it for Yourself
Unfamiliar music lovers may fail to realize the place Aaron Yates, known as Tech N9ne, has in the broader music industry. His unique but intense style and horror influence create a lasting impression on audiences. When you go to his concerts you are likely to be impressed, and you are likely to be gifted with a guest appearance by another well-loved artist. He has the respect of his peers across the genres, and his music is a treat to fans of all genres. Don’t miss your chance to see Tech N9ne live at a show nearest you. Follow along on SeatRetriever to see where and when he will be performing all over the world next.