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Tears For Fears
And Garbage
Set To Play
Blossom May 21

Tears For Fears and special guest Garbage will be making a stop at Blossom Music Center on May 21 as their The Tipping Point Tour rolls through town.

The Tipping Point is the bands latest album that was released this past February and went to number one on the Rock and Alternative album charts.  

Tears For Fears first hit the scene  in 1983 with their song "Mad World" from the album The Hurting.  The band really made a splash in the States with their second album, Songs From The Big Chair that featured "Everybody Wants To Rule The World," "Head Over Heels," and "Shout." 

Fans can expect to hear plenty of new songs as well as some of the classic tunes from their career when they take the stage at Blossom Music Center.

90's alternative rockers, Garbage are slated to open the show.  Shirly Manson and the boys are sure to play the hits like "Stupid Girl," "I'm Only Happy When It Rains," "Push It" and "Special."

Pavilion seating starts at $39.50 and you can get your tickets here