Two Door Cinema Club Fort Lauderdale Tickets Go on Sale February 10

No relation to the club in Fort Lauderdale, Two Door Cinema Club is heading stateside to Revolution Live on June 5. Sure, you're thinking, that's like a thousand months away. However, if you want to see this Irish trio, you may want to buy a ticket this Friday.

The young ginger singer Alex Trimble brings his delicate, sweet voice to the intense emotional dance party music of Sam Halliday and Kevin Baird. Having opened for bands like Phoenix and Metronomy, this time around,

these young dudes are the headliners. The awesome-to-dance-drunk-to-can't-understand-what-you're-saying Clap Your Hands and Say Yeah and indie pop duo Bad Veins are supporting them onstage. Just today, they were added to the Isle of Wight Bestival lineup alongside Sigur Ros and the xx. Fancy.

Here are a couple of videos to get you in the mood for this summertime show.

Catch the show on Tuesday, June 5, at 7:30 p.m. The all-ages show takes place at Revolution Live, 100 SW Third St., Fort Lauderdale. Tickets go on sale February 10 at 10 a.m.

Purchase them at the Revolution Live box office (no fees) or on or any Ticketmaster outlet. Call 800-745-3000. They're $23.50 in advance and $25 day of show.

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