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They belong to the pioneers of progressive rock as we know it today. No question, YES have their place in music history already secured. What is the fascination of YES, is hard to put into words. Perhaps it is the fact that there is no "original cast" in this ensemble basically. New musicians are added, old get off to return at a later date. So each YES line-up has its own unique charm, with the ability to inspire the audience with the live versions of hits, never falls by the wayside.

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Date & Time Location Price
Wednesday
Feb 15, 2017
07:02 PM
Indiana, Indianapolis
502 N. New Jersey St.
$60.00- $392.00 Tickets
Thursday
Mar 30, 2017
08:03 PM
Colorado, Fort Collins
252 Linden St.
$191.00- $450.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Feb 15, 2017
08:02 PM
Wisconsin, Madison
701 E Washington Ave
$191.00- $450.00 Tickets
Friday
Jan 27, 2017
08:01 PM
Texas, Denton
300 E. Hickory St
$191.00- $450.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 17, 2017
08:02 PM
Ohio, Nelsonville
52 Public Square
$260.00- $260.00 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 12, 2017
09:02 PM
Iowa, Des Moines
504 E. Locust Street
$61.98- $450.00 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 12, 2017
08:02 PM
Texas, Dallas
2200 N. Lamar Street
$47.00- $450.00 Tickets
Monday
Feb 27, 2017
07:02 PM
Massachusetts, Boston
246 Tremont St
$64.00- $350.00 Tickets
Sunday
Mar 12, 2017
08:03 PM
Colorado, Boulder
2030 14th Street;Boulder Theatre
$51.64- $81.53 Tickets
Friday
Feb 10, 2017
08:02 PM
Texas, San Antonio
104 N St. Mary’s St
$190.00- $230.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 18, 2017
08:02 PM
Georgia, Atlanta
3110 Roswell Road
$57.00- $299.00 Tickets
Monday
Feb 20, 2017
08:02 PM
District Of Columbia, Washington
1215 U St Nw
$54.45- $450.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Mar 1, 2017
08:03 PM
Ohio, Cleveland
1501 Euclid Avenue
$47.00- $419.00 Tickets
Friday
Mar 3, 2017
07:03 PM
Pennsylvania, Homestead
510 East 10th Avenue
$195.00- $370.00 Tickets
Sunday
Mar 5, 2017
07:03 PM
Wisconsin, Milwaukee
144 E Wells St
$196.00- $466.00 Tickets
Thursday
Mar 9, 2017
08:03 PM
Missouri, Kansas City
3700 Broadway
$53.80- $450.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Feb 22, 2017
07:02 PM
Indiana, Bloomington
1001 E. 17th Street
$15.75- $15.75 Tickets
Wednesday
Feb 22, 2017
07:02 PM
Indiana, Bloomington
1001 E. 17th Street
$15.75- $15.75 Tickets
Thursday
Aug 31, 2017
03:08 AM
Indiana, Bloomington
1200 East Seventeenth Street;Indiana University
$116.00- $275.00 Tickets
Thursday
Aug 31, 2017
03:08 AM
Indiana, Bloomington
1200 East Seventeenth Street;Indiana University
$116.00- $275.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Mar 22, 2017
04:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Mar 29, 2017
04:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 18, 2017
01:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$38.00- $200.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 18, 2017
01:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$38.00- $200.00 Tickets
Saturday
Oct 7, 2017
03:10 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$104.65- $999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Oct 7, 2017
03:10 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$104.65- $999.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Jan 11, 2017
07:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$15.75- $15.75 Tickets
Wednesday
Jan 11, 2017
07:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$15.75- $15.75 Tickets
Tuesday
Feb 21, 2017
08:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$35.00- $275.00 Tickets
Tuesday
Feb 21, 2017
08:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$35.00- $275.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Mar 15, 2017
03:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Jan 14, 2017
03:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$26.25- $26.25 Tickets
Saturday
Jan 14, 2017
03:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$26.25- $26.25 Tickets
Thursday
Jan 19, 2017
06:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$17.00- $200.00 Tickets
Thursday
Jan 19, 2017
06:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$17.00- $200.00 Tickets
Thursday
Feb 9, 2017
06:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$9.00- $36.75 Tickets
Thursday
Feb 9, 2017
06:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$9.00- $36.75 Tickets
Saturday
Oct 28, 2017
03:10 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$99.00- $999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Oct 28, 2017
03:10 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$99.00- $999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Jan 21, 2017
02:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$21.00- $23.00 Tickets
Saturday
Jan 21, 2017
02:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$21.00- $23.00 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 5, 2017
01:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$32.00- $200.00 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 5, 2017
01:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$32.00- $200.00 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 12, 2017
02:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$35.00- $300.00 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 12, 2017
02:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$35.00- $300.00 Tickets
Tuesday
May 16, 2017
06:05 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Tuesday
May 16, 2017
06:05 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 16, 2017
03:09 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$75.00- $999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 16, 2017
03:09 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$75.00- $999.00 Tickets
Tuesday
Mar 7, 2017
03:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Tuesday
Mar 7, 2017
03:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Thursday
Feb 16, 2017
07:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$23.00- $30.45 Tickets
Thursday
Feb 16, 2017
07:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$23.00- $30.45 Tickets
Saturday
Jan 28, 2017
07:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$25.25- $200.00 Tickets
Saturday
Jan 28, 2017
07:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$25.25- $200.00 Tickets
Saturday
Nov 4, 2017
03:11 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$202.50- $999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Nov 4, 2017
03:11 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$202.50- $999.00 Tickets
Friday
Jan 27, 2017
07:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$26.00- $400.00 Tickets
Friday
Jan 27, 2017
07:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$26.00- $400.00 Tickets
Friday
May 12, 2017
06:05 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
May 12, 2017
06:05 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
May 13, 2017
02:05 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
May 13, 2017
02:05 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
May 14, 2017
01:05 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
May 14, 2017
01:05 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Mar 5, 2017
12:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$27.78- $200.00 Tickets
Sunday
Mar 5, 2017
12:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$27.78- $200.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 23, 2017
03:09 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$150.00- $999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 23, 2017
03:09 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$150.00- $999.00 Tickets
Friday
Jan 20, 2017
08:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$26.00- $400.00 Tickets
Friday
Jan 20, 2017
08:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$26.00- $400.00 Tickets
Friday
Apr 28, 2017
06:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Apr 28, 2017
06:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 29, 2017
02:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 29, 2017
02:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 30, 2017
01:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 30, 2017
01:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Thursday
Jan 12, 2017
08:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$10.00- $200.00 Tickets
Thursday
Jan 12, 2017
08:01 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$10.00- $200.00 Tickets
Saturday
Nov 18, 2017
03:11 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$85.00- $999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Nov 18, 2017
03:11 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$85.00- $999.00 Tickets
Friday
Mar 24, 2017
04:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Mar 24, 2017
04:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Mar 25, 2017
02:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Mar 25, 2017
02:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Mar 26, 2017
01:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Mar 26, 2017
01:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Apr 21, 2017
06:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Apr 21, 2017
06:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 22, 2017
02:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 22, 2017
02:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 23, 2017
01:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 23, 2017
01:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Thursday
Feb 2, 2017
07:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$21.00- $26.25 Tickets
Thursday
Feb 2, 2017
07:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$21.00- $26.25 Tickets
Tuesday
Apr 4, 2017
04:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Tuesday
Apr 4, 2017
04:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Apr 5, 2017
03:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Apr 5, 2017
03:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Mar 31, 2017
04:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Mar 31, 2017
04:03 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 1, 2017
02:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 1, 2017
02:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 2, 2017
01:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 2, 2017
01:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Tuesday
Apr 11, 2017
06:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Tuesday
Apr 11, 2017
06:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 3, 2017
07:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$23.00- $300.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 3, 2017
07:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$23.00- $300.00 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 26, 2017
01:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$23.00- $31.50 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 26, 2017
01:02 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
1 Elliot Drive;University Of Iowa
$23.00- $31.50 Tickets
Tuesday
Apr 25, 2017
06:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Tuesday
Apr 25, 2017
06:04 PM
Iowa, Iowa City
960 Stadium Drive
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 2, 2017
03:09 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$80.00- $999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 2, 2017
03:09 AM
Iowa, Iowa City
886 Stadium Drive;University Of Iowa
$80.00- $999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 9, 2017
03:09 AM
Iowa, Ames
1800 South 4th St.
$241.00- $498.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 9, 2017
03:09 AM
Iowa, Ames
1800 South 4th St.
$241.00- $498.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 25, 2017
03:02 AM
Maryland, College Park
2001 Paint Branch Drive;University Of Maryland
$11.33- $999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 25, 2017
03:02 AM
Maryland, College Park
2001 Paint Branch Drive;University Of Maryland
$11.33- $999.00 Tickets
Sunday
Jan 29, 2017
02:01 PM
Maryland, College Park
2001 Paint Branch Drive;University Of Maryland
$7.91- $42.00 Tickets
Sunday
Jan 29, 2017
02:01 PM
Maryland, College Park
2001 Paint Branch Drive;University Of Maryland
$7.91- $42.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 11, 2017
04:02 PM
Maryland, College Park
2001 Paint Branch Drive;University Of Maryland
$19.57- $396.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 11, 2017
04:02 PM
Maryland, College Park
2001 Paint Branch Drive;University Of Maryland
$19.57- $396.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 17, 2017
07:02 PM
Michigan, East Lansing
1 Chestnut Road;Michigan State University
$21.00- $65.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 18, 2017
07:02 PM
Michigan, East Lansing
1 Chestnut Road;Michigan State University
$20.00- $75.00 Tickets
Tuesday
Feb 14, 2017
09:02 PM
Michigan, East Lansing
One Birch Road Msu
$15.00- $200.00 Tickets
Friday
Apr 14, 2017
03:04 PM
Michigan, East Lansing
211 Jenison Field House
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 15, 2017
01:04 PM
Michigan, East Lansing
211 Jenison Field House
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 16, 2017
01:04 PM
Michigan, East Lansing
211 Jenison Field House
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 5, 2017
02:02 PM
Michigan, Ann Arbor
333 East Stadium;University Of Michigan
$15.75- $15.75 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 5, 2017
02:02 PM
Michigan, Ann Arbor
333 East Stadium;University Of Michigan
$15.75- $15.75 Tickets
Friday
Nov 24, 2017
03:11 AM
Nebraska, Lincoln
1 Memorial Stadium Drive;University Of Nebraska At Lincoln
$108.00- $698.00 Tickets
Friday
Nov 24, 2017
03:11 AM
Nebraska, Lincoln
1 Memorial Stadium Drive;University Of Nebraska At Lincoln
$108.00- $698.00 Tickets
Friday
Apr 14, 2017
06:04 PM
Nebraska, Lincoln
625 Stadium Drive Suite E;University Of Nebraska - Lincoln
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Apr 14, 2017
06:04 PM
Nebraska, Lincoln
625 Stadium Drive Suite E;University Of Nebraska - Lincoln
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 15, 2017
02:04 PM
Nebraska, Lincoln
625 Stadium Drive Suite E;University Of Nebraska - Lincoln
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 15, 2017
02:04 PM
Nebraska, Lincoln
625 Stadium Drive Suite E;University Of Nebraska - Lincoln
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 16, 2017
01:04 PM
Nebraska, Lincoln
625 Stadium Drive Suite E;University Of Nebraska - Lincoln
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 16, 2017
01:04 PM
Nebraska, Lincoln
625 Stadium Drive Suite E;University Of Nebraska - Lincoln
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Sep 8, 2017
03:09 AM
Ohio, Columbus
411 Woody Hayes Dr.
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Jan 13, 2017
07:01 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$10.22- $20.00 Tickets
Saturday
Jan 14, 2017
02:01 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$10.00- $36.00 Tickets
Friday
Mar 3, 2017
07:03 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$27.00- $1999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Mar 4, 2017
08:03 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$25.00- $1999.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 24, 2017
07:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$19.00- $1999.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 24, 2017
07:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$19.00- $1999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 25, 2017
08:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$15.00- $1999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 25, 2017
08:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$15.00- $1999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 11, 2017
08:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$16.00- $1999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Feb 11, 2017
08:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$16.00- $1999.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 10, 2017
08:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$14.85- $1999.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 10, 2017
08:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$14.85- $1999.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 16, 2017
03:09 AM
Ohio, Columbus
411 Woody Hayes Dr.
$139.10- $963.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 16, 2017
03:09 AM
Ohio, Columbus
411 Woody Hayes Dr.
$139.10- $963.00 Tickets
Wednesday
May 10, 2017
06:05 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Wednesday
May 10, 2017
06:05 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Apr 12, 2017
06:04 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 12, 2017
12:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$15.00- $65.10 Tickets
Sunday
Feb 12, 2017
12:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$15.00- $65.10 Tickets
Sunday
Jan 15, 2017
01:01 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$15.00- $388.00 Tickets
Saturday
Nov 11, 2017
03:11 AM
Ohio, Columbus
411 Woody Hayes Dr.
$246.10- $1251.90 Tickets
Friday
Apr 21, 2017
06:04 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 22, 2017
03:04 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 23, 2017
01:04 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Apr 19, 2017
06:04 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Tuesday
Mar 28, 2017
06:03 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 9, 2017
03:09 AM
Ohio, Columbus
411 Woody Hayes Dr.
$338.10- $1200.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 9, 2017
03:09 AM
Ohio, Columbus
411 Woody Hayes Dr.
$338.10- $1200.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Feb 1, 2017
07:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$13.00- $46.20 Tickets
Wednesday
Feb 1, 2017
07:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$13.00- $46.20 Tickets
Saturday
Oct 28, 2017
03:10 AM
Ohio, Columbus
411 Woody Hayes Dr.
$304.95- $1284.00 Tickets
Saturday
Oct 28, 2017
03:10 AM
Ohio, Columbus
411 Woody Hayes Dr.
$304.95- $1284.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 3, 2017
06:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$19.99- $65.00 Tickets
Friday
Feb 3, 2017
06:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$19.99- $65.00 Tickets
Friday
Mar 31, 2017
06:03 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Mar 31, 2017
06:03 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 1, 2017
03:04 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Apr 1, 2017
03:04 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 2, 2017
01:04 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Apr 2, 2017
01:04 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Feb 8, 2017
07:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$11.00- $225.00 Tickets
Wednesday
Feb 8, 2017
07:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$11.00- $225.00 Tickets
Tuesday
May 2, 2017
06:05 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Tuesday
May 2, 2017
06:05 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Wednesday
May 3, 2017
06:05 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Wednesday
May 3, 2017
06:05 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Tuesday
May 16, 2017
06:05 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Tuesday
May 16, 2017
06:05 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 23, 2017
03:09 AM
Ohio, Columbus
411 Woody Hayes Dr.
$148.73- $749.00 Tickets
Saturday
Sep 23, 2017
03:09 AM
Ohio, Columbus
411 Woody Hayes Dr.
$148.73- $749.00 Tickets
Thursday
Feb 23, 2017
09:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$20.00- $495.00 Tickets
Thursday
Feb 23, 2017
09:02 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$20.00- $495.00 Tickets
Thursday
Jan 19, 2017
07:01 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$13.00- $60.90 Tickets
Thursday
Jan 19, 2017
07:01 PM
Ohio, Columbus
555 Borror Dr
$13.00- $60.90 Tickets
Friday
Mar 17, 2017
05:03 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Friday
Mar 17, 2017
05:03 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Mar 18, 2017
03:03 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Saturday
Mar 18, 2017
03:03 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
$0.00- $0.00 Tickets
Sunday
Mar 19, 2017
01:03 PM
Ohio, Columbus
2049 Millikin Road
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Yes

Yes is a British rock band from the area of ​​progressive / art rock. Yes were mainly in the 1970s (as well as Genesis, ELP, King Crimson, Gentle Giant and others) the style for the genre and practice still great influence on the progressive rock from.

band History

1968-1981

The story of Yes is marked by repeated reshuffles in the band and sometimes substantial changes in style. As the creative and artistic highlight of the band of the 1970s, in which some of the outstanding albums of progressive rock were included apply while the biggest commercial success came 1983rd. In June 1968, Jon Anderson and Chris Squire met at London’s La Chasse Club and decided to make music together. Shortly afterwards, Tony Kaye, Peter Banks and Bill Bruford were added. The first Yes lineup had found itself. The first two albums Yes (1969) and Time and a Word (1970) were the beat and influenced psychedelic rock in the vein of The Who, The Beatles or Pink Floyd. This applies especially to songs like Sweet Dreams or Time And A Word. Nevertheless appeared on some pieces, most notably Survival from debut album and the complex Then Time And A Word, the first steps towards the later progressive rock style.

On the second album there was additional strings support what the guitarist Peter Banks did not like, which could begin with the “Geigengeschmuse”, so its description, nothing. Such dissatisfied with the direction taken he left Yes in 1970 as the first member. The obligation of Steve Howe as the new guitarist proved a godsend for Yes, also the pressure of the record company felt after the second album, to finally achieve a first success with their third album. Steve Howe should enrich Yes with his virtuosic and versatile, especially from the country and the guitar music of the 30s influenced style. The following compositions were longer, more complex and multifaceted. The songs now reached the ten minute mark and made a number of room for solos. Steve Howe guitar quickly became one of the hallmarks of Yes. Jon Anderson’s falsetto and Chris Squires bass game completed the band’s sound. Chris Squire subsequently developed the bass for equal solo instrument and also took over leading melody tasks. The simply titled The Yes Album plate from 1971 became the big breakthrough for Yes. The band had their own identity found and began to define the progressive rock genre decisively. After the successful third album, the personnel carousel spun again at Yes. Keyboardist Tony Kaye left the band and formed the little successful band Badger. As a new keyboardist of classically trained Rick Wakeman was committed. As with Steve Howe previously, also Wakeman obligation should prove a godsend for Yes, he brought some classic elements in the already very eclectic sound of Yes. The album Fragile (Jan 1972) continued the development of the previous album. The progressive rock looked more mature: The compositions were tight, the longer pieces of uniform, not only by way of suite together like on the previous album. With the abbreviated version of the almost ten-minute Roundabout in turn led to a moderate hit single, which was a rare success for a album-oriented band like Yes. Fragile was also the first album with a future in typical Yes Cover written by the fantasy artist Roger Dean.

In September 1972, the album Close to the Edge was published, the first side of the LP contained the more than 18-minute same sonata. Yes now were on a creative peak, and the musicians left their ideas on the albums free rein, unhindered by commercial constraints or demands of their record company. Close To The Edge is generally considered one of the best works of Yes, representative of the symphonic-classical version of progressive rock. The album is still frequently the subject of musicological studies. Drummer Bill Bruford was tired of time-consuming perfectionism of the band, but so at the same time convinced of Close To The Edge that he came to believe that his own artistic peak with the band is now achieved and therefore looked for a new challenge. He left Yes to play with King Crimson. Yes, who were at the time on tour, appeared briefly shocked, but could quickly win with Alan White a new drummer. White had previously played among others in the John Lennon Band. It should integrate more rock elements in the music of Yes by Bill Bruford’s jazz approach. 1973 published Yes, first the 3-live album Yessongs which documented the Live capabilities of tape. A few months later came the “Magnum Opus” Tales From Topographic Oceans. The very ambitious double album was influenced by Indian philosophy and mysticism. It only contained four compositions, each lasting about 20 minutes. Within the pieces you left some traditional western listening habits and explored it influences who are close to the contemporary world music.

Keyboardist Rick Wakeman was not satisfied with the music on Tales from Topographic Oceans and finally split from the band, which produced some uproar in the British music press. Yes but could not be stopped by this sensitive loss. The search for a keyboardist first led to the Greek Vangelis. When working with this but it turned out to be too difficult, it finally obliged the Swiss Patrick Moraz, who left the band Refugee in his new role. However, Jon Anderson remained in contact with Vangelis and both took as Jon & Vangelis a series of successful albums. Together with Moraz Yes recorded the album relayer, published 1974th Relayer returned on the format of Close to the Edge back: It consisted of a full-page composition and two songs á ten minutes. Gates Of Delirium based on Leo Tolstoy’s War and Peace and was Yes from the very dynamic page, while Chaser in Sound Desk undertook Jazz in the merger. At the suggestion Moraz ‘used to even elements of musique concrète. After the subsequent tour had been agreed within the band on it to take a little break, in which each of the band members wanted to record a solo album. Jon Anderson Olias Of publications Sunhillow, Steve Howe Beginnings, Chris Squire Fish Out Of Water, Alan White Ramshackled and Patrick Moraz The Story Of I. 1977 Yes found together again to record a new studio album, for tax reasons in Switzerland. Patrick Moraz was initially doing before retiring from not entirely clear reasons. Yes picked Rick Wakeman on board again, first just as a session musician, and soon after he was appointed regular member of the band. With Going for the One carried a first step towards something shorter compositions, though here the 15-minute Awaken was clearly attributable to the progressive rock. At this time, the emerging punk wave and thus changing musical tastes took effect: 1978 was once very commercially successful progressive rock in decline.

Yes tried to adapt to the zeitgeist, by concentrating on the album Tormato even more than on its predecessor in the shorter and straighter songs, which was a final rejection of the overly long, ornate pieces of recent years. When in 1979 failed due to internal stresses efforts of the band with producer Roy Thomas Baker in Paris a new album, the Paris sessions take, leaving vocalist Jon Anderson and keyboardist Rick Wakeman band. Thus, a phase in which Yes was more of a number of projects as a solid band began; which concerns the albums Paris Sessions, Drama, XYZ, 90125, Big Generator and Union (1980 – 1991). Despite the departure of Jon Anderson, who had previously been one of the central figures in Yes, the rest of the band did not irritate. Howe, Squire and White tried it again, by as substitute members of the pop duo The Buggles, which had previously become acquainted with Video Killed The Radio Star recruited, Trevor Horn, who later as a producer of various pop artists (including Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Art of Noise, Grace Jones, Seal or later also tATu) should make a name, Jon Anderson replaced as a singer while Geoff Downes took over the keyboards. This formation brought Drama (1980) out only one album. Although Trevor Horn was well suited to the newly composed material, but he vocally considerable difficulties in the many classics of the group. Yes realized that they were artistic in a blind alley, and the band broke up officially on.

1981-1992

After leaving Yes Jon Anderson founded the project Vangelis Jon & Vangelis, which also celebrated chart success with hits such as I’ll find my way home and State of Independence. Steve Howe was a central figure in the so-called “super groups”, in which the end of the 1970s in various combinations former band members, especially in the area Progressive Rock, came together in each new occupations to devote himself to the Mainstream Rock. So Howe founded initially with John Wetton of King Crimson, Geoff Downes of Yes and The Buggles and Carl Palmer of Emerson, Lake & Palmer, the band Asia, which was one of the most commercially successful bands in the early 1980s. Later he formed with Steve Hackett, the former guitarist of Genesis, and other band GTR. Chris Squire and Alan White were together. They rehearsed briefly with the former guitarist of Led Zeppelin, Jimmy Page, under the name of XYZ, but came to no long-term commitment, as Robert Plant, who came to after a while, holding the material for the top-heavy. Some of the ideas for songs later appeared as bootleg and on albums by The Firm and Yes. Under the project name Cinema worked Squire and White continued, before them, was presented to the South African guitarist Trevor Rabin, a former member of Rabbitt. As you also to win the former Yes keyboardist Tony Kaye, the project took on more concrete form. Still under the name Cinema and taking advantage of the recent song ideas the young Trevor Rabin, who had great commercial potential, we prepared a new album before Jon Anderson suddenly this came back. Anderson was impressed by the new songs and offered for the band to sing. In this context, decided the musicians to reactivate the name Yes, because a household name easier to apply was as an unknown band called Cinema. That’s 1983 album 90125 came to the million-selling success of Yes, which now played a relatively straightforward rock music that could be played without any problems on the radio. The band had to face away from the collective method of composition that had characterized their style in the seventies critical. Anyway, the progressive rock was outdated at this time. Consequently the album decoupling Owner of a Lonely Heart was also the biggest hit single of the band. The filmed by director Steven Soderbergh Live Video 9012Live: The Solos of the following concert tour was nominated for a Grammy. Responsible for the commercial success recorded especially Trevor Rabin, who composed the majority of the songs and gradually the musical direction the band took over after previously Jon Anderson had played this role in Yes. As congenial producer of the album is Trevor Horn had operated.

After the end of the 90125-tour, the band took a break before the work was begun on the next album. Goods Yes since the failure of the Paris sessions until stabilization of 90125 lineups anyway rather a series of (partially failed) projects (drama, XYZ) been there since the mid-80s, no stable band more. To date, various musicians find repeatedly recording and touring under the name “Yes” – or “Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe”, “approximate”, and there are numerous solo projects of the Yes-members, where z T. . former bandmates are involved – in various formations together, a constant band no longer existed but since then. The 90125-cast took in difficult and lengthy sessions with Big Generator (1987) another rock album that could not repeat the success of 90125 but. A larger hit single also failed to materialize. Jon Anderson was increasingly dissatisfied with his role in the group. Trevor Rabin dominated Yes and would not suffer, so this Yes in 1988 left for the second time many ideas of Anderson.

There followed the most strangest episode of the band’s history: Jon Anderson gathered the former Yes members Steve Howe, Bill Bruford and Rick Wakeman around to record a new album. At the same time, however, Trevor Rabin, Chris Squire, Tony Kaye and Alan White were rehearsing on. Thus, there were two bands that were able to maintain both of himself to be Yes. There were some clashes in court with respect to the band name. The naming rights to Yes lay however with Chris Squire, of this also did not want to give up, which is why the 1989 album the musicians had to be released at Howe Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe. On bass here worked with Tony Levin, who had worked with various musicians of the genre such as Peter Gabriel and then with Bruford formed the rhythm section of King Crimson. The album tried something progressive to sound, and succeeded fully in the eyes of the old fans. In the early 1990s prepared both Yes fractions with new pieces. The second album of Anderson Bruford Wakeman Howe, Dialogue, however, never materialized, since it 1991, based on an idea Andersons came to the merger of the two camps. It was the third time in the history of Yes that an album that was in full preparation, could not be completed. Instead, they brought to eight the album Union (1991) stands on the While Jon Anderson, Chris Squire, Steve Howe, Rick Wakeman, Bill Bruford, Alan White, Tony Kaye and Trevor Rabin are represented, yet without ever played together in the studio to have. In fact, the songs were recorded and produced separately, and of Wakeman, probably like many rehearsed by Bruford and Howe parts were of session musicians replaced (including guitarist Jimmy Haun, the 2006 White, Kaye, and later Yes Member Billy Sherwood the band Circa : founded) – which made from the start for voltages. It was followed by a world tour with all eight members.

1992 to present

Immediately after the tour, the cast of the band was changed, not least to pressure from the record company. Steve Howe and Bill Bruford went voluntarily, Rick Wakeman, whose stay in the band for a long time remained unclear, had to go some time later. greater commercial success was promised with Trevor Rabin as a leader. Followed in 1994 the album Talk, but could not place a great success more for themselves. With Talk criticism of drumming Alan Whites sat back on the 1972 was never quite silent since his debut as a replacement for Bill Bruford, it has since grown with each release: His game is too simple, too unimaginative. Moreover, soon separated after the publication of the ways by Trevor Rabin and Yes. After one, due to his alcohol problems heart attack Squires shortly before the Talk tour his whereabouts was in the band for a short time in question, but recovered, and Yes went on the tour, but this was terminated prematurely due to lack of audience interest; in Europe were no concerts. After the band broke up again. While Rabin subsequently made a name for himself as a film composer especially for films of producer Jerry Bruckheimer, the remaining musicians tried repeatedly to make a fresh start. The “classic” line-up with Anderson, Squire, Howe, Wakeman and White was back together. 1996 and 1997 were published with actual live recordings and new studio tracks recorded two albums, which seemed to herald a return to the progressive rock of the 1970s. Rick Wakeman, who had already contributed from afar to the new studio tracks and participated in the three Keys to Ascension concerts, but left after two albums Keys to Ascension and Keys to Ascension 2 and an announced under the title Know-Tour, but then canceled tour again the band. This was followed, but with Billy Sherwood (guitar) and Igor Khoroshev (keyboards), the pop album Open Your Eyes, actually for publication under the name of a side project by Squire and Sherwood, Conspiracy, provided and at the last moment to a Yes album “converted”; the record company had the face of a scheduled tour, the main costs since 1971, on a new album.

Also, the follow-up album The Ladder tried rather to address the 80-Popfraktion among Yes fans, even though it was announced as a fusion of 70’s (Roger Dean cover) and the 80s style and marketed. But these two attempts to be commercially successful, failed, as the most recent: Both Sherwood and Khoroshev left Yes, before the formation, for the first time in the band’s history without own keyboardist in 2001 brought out the album Magnification. You have attempted a fusion of rock instruments and symphony orchestra. The orchestral music of Yes seemed predestined for this approach. There followed a Yessymphonic Tour, in the classics of the band were presented with orchestral support. Finally, in 2002 Rick Wakeman decided for the fifth time to join Yes. Until 2004, Yes released in the “classical” occupation Anderson, Howe, Squire, Wakeman and White regular concerts in the US and Europe. Thereafter, it has become quiet around the band, even if its members very actively pursued their own solo and side projects: Jon Anderson toured after recovering from some health problems alone and as a duo with Rick Wakeman, who also continued his solo career, performing regularly, however, had set off from Yes for health reasons. Steve Howe has returned to the reformed original line-Asia, a world tour competed in 2006 and in 2008 released a new studio album.

Chris Squire had reformed in spring 2004 with Stephen Nardelli, Martyn Adelman, Gerard Johnson and Peter Banks his 60s band The Syn, but in 2006 left this again. Also in the project Conspiracy he is no longer involved. Billy Sherwood leads the project on alone, for a new album are guest appearances by Tony Kaye, Peter Banks, drummer Jay clamps (World Trade, Former. Asia and Hurricane) and guitarist Gary Green (ehem. Gentle Giant) announced. Moreover Sherwood continues its participation in various tribute albums. Chris Squire since worked together with Gerard Johnson on a second solo album, while The Syn continue to work with a new cast. Alan White cried with members of his band MerKaBa project White to life. Several (former) Yes-musicians under the name Circa: come together to form a new band: Billy Sherwood (bass, vocals), Alan White (drums, vocals), Tony Kaye (Hammond, keyboards) and Jimmy Haun (guitar, vocals , previously heard already at Union and at Chris Squire experiment the debut album Circa. 2007 has been published in August 2007, the successor Circa: HQ 2009. the band is planning more than just a temporary collaboration. A new Yes album was like a film project with the English cover artist Roger Dean or even the dissolution of the band every now and then talking. In spring 2007, however, it became known that it (the 40th band anniversary) announced plans for a world tour in 2008. Were announced concerts in Eastern Europe (specifically Prague) and North America (possibly including Mexico). In between, seemed to turn out that the long absence from the stage of the band than on the health problems Andersons (and Wakeman) are due, but has in its base that Anderson’s spiritual leader, the “Divine Mother” Audrey Kitagawa to him, as he himself says , helps “to see the fourth dimension”, has strongly advised not occur before 2008 live. That was in any case of Anderson as the reason for the cancellation of a performance of the PG School of Rock Music in July 2007 has been specified and had already heard similar from him. Meanwhile, management has, however, taken due to the annoyance of many fans (and the other band members, especially Howe, Squire and White) of this Statement distance and brought the health reasons into play again.

The planned for summer 2008 comeback tour was canceled on June 4 due to health problems Andersons. A few weeks earlier this had been admitted with an acute asthma attack to the hospital and the doctors had advised him of a concert tour. In September 2008 it was announced that David Benoit, the singer of the Canadian Yes tribute band Close To The Edge, Anderson will replace on future tours. then finally in October 2009 launched the long-planned comeback tour. Rick Wakeman, who could not be there for health reasons as well as Anderson, should be replaced by his son Adam, but had to cancel due to time constraints. Finally Ricks youngest son Oliver took the place of his father. Anderson was as advertised replaced by Benoit David. Due to lack of Anderson, the band had the opportunity to also pieces of albums to play for the first time, which were not originally sung by Anderson.