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Thirty Seconds to Mars Tickets

Jared Leo's Thirty Seconds to Mars will return to Australia and New Zealand to tour in 2024. We have all the information and tickets right here. Learn more.

In an unprecedented and gravity-defying move, Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto recently scaled the iconic Empire State Building in New York City to announce the band's upcoming Seasons 2024 world tour. Leto, renowned for his roles in the Oscar-winning actor, showcased his adventurous spirit as the first person ever to conquer this daring feat, symbolically tying it to the inspiration behind the band's latest album, "It's the End of the World, But It's a Beautiful Day."

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About this Event

The global tour, spanning Latin America, Europe, North America, and Australia, is a highly anticipated event for fans eagerly awaiting Thirty Seconds to Mars' return to the spotlight. The tour will reach under in September, with headline concerts scheduled in Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane, offering Australian fans a chance to experience the band's electrifying live performances.

Jared Leto expressed his profound connection to the Empire State Building, stating, "The building is a testament to all the things that can be done in the world if we put our minds to it," aligning with their recent album's overarching theme of resilience and beauty. "It's the End of the World, But It's a Beautiful Day" marked the band's triumphant return to the music scene, with the lead single "Stuck" making waves as their first new music in five years.

The band's announcement on social media captured the excitement of the impending tour, with Leto sharing, "We are so excited to get back out on the road and to come see you in so many amazing places all over the world… It’s been too long. We miss you. We love you. And let us know where we will see you soon."

Thirty Seconds to Mars's latest album, "It's the End of the World But It's a Beautiful Day" 

Despite the seemingly ominous title, the album reflects a surprisingly optimistic outlook, encapsulating the band's belief in life's enduring promise, hope, and beauty. Jared Leto, the band's frontman, expressed that the album resonates with the current global state, capturing the essence of the world's resilience and the human spirit.

The album, the band's sixth studio release, deviates from their typical anthemic and soaring sound. In a departure from their usual approach, Thirty Seconds to Mars embraced simplicity, shifting the focus towards the vocals and creating a more intimate listening experience. The resulting 11-track album is filled with shorter, hook-laden songs that showcase the band's evolution and willingness to explore new creative territories.

The lead single, "Stuck", stands out as a dancehall banger that has garnered attention, reaching the top 10 on Billboard's Rock & Alternate Airplay and Alternative Airplay charts. The success of the single sets the tone for an album that captures the complexity of emotions experienced during the pandemic – from dark and brooding reflections on isolation to themes of hope and optimism as the world emerged from challenging times.

In an extended interview, Jared Leto, an Oscar- and Golden Globe-winning artist, discussed the album's significance, stating, "This is an important album for us. It feels like we're a brand-new band, like we're at the beginning again, and that's an exciting place to be on your sixth album." The band, composed of brothers Jared and Shannon Leto, took advantage of the pandemic-induced downtime to create a collection of songs that reflect the various emotions and experiences of the past couple of years.

Collaborations with writer-producers Monsters & Strangerz, Ed Sheeran, Johnny McDaid of Snow Patrol, and Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons added diverse influences to the album. Leto reflected on the collaborative process, emphasising the valuable lessons learned from other artists and the joy of exploring different creative avenues.

The controversial Renaissance-inspired AI album artwork 

Jared Leto expressed his fascination with AI, appreciating its ability to reinterpret the past in a modern context.

In a recent interview, Leto shared insights into the AI-generated album artwork, acknowledging that it wasn't flawless, with inconsistencies and mistakes. However, he found beauty in those imperfections, highlighting the unique and unconventional aspects that emerge from the collaboration between human creativity and artificial intelligence.

Reflecting on the hypothetical scenario of the world ending, Leto conveyed that his last moments would likely be filled with thoughts of gratitude. Having dedicated numerous years to creating music alongside his brother Shannon, Leto expressed deep appreciation for the opportunity to continue making albums and pursuing their passion for music.

The journey to complete "It's the End of the World But It's a Beautiful Day" spanned three years, according to Leto. Despite his self-proclaimed slowness and meticulous approach to the creative process, the resulting album is a testament to the band's commitment to delivering a unique and meaningful musical experience.

Jared Leto's multifaceted career, which includes recent roles in the horror comedy "Haunted Mansion" (2023), superhero film "Morbius" (2022), and the biographical crime drama "House Of Gucci" (2021), adds depth to the band's narrative. At 51 years old, Leto humorously refers to himself as "very slow" and acknowledges the time he takes to craft his work, emphasising the importance of the journey and the dedication invested in each project.

Where to get your Thirty Seconds to Mars Australian tour tickets

The 2024 tour includes a series of performances in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, and Auckland. Tickets for the Seasons 2024 world tour are available via the dedicated Thirty Seconds to Mars' Australian tour tickets page at Queen of Tickets; grab yours now!

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