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SIA 2016 NOSTALGIC FOR THE PRESENT TOUR SCHEDULE

Sia TicketsBB&T Center
Sunrise, FL
Saturday
10/29/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS

We have Sia concert tickets for all tour dates announced for the 2016 Nostalgic for the Present.

If you are a Sia fan you will not want to miss out on the opportunity to attend one of the concerts. The best seats may available(such as Fan Packages, front row seats, or VIP tickets when available) may sell out quickly so grab up your concert tickets early before all Tickets sellout. Special Guests may vary by concert if any are to appear.

We offer a wide assortment of tickets offered by each hosting venue. The assortment of concert tickets offered by each hosting venue differs. Depending on the venue this might include the best Presale Concert Tickets, Fan Packages, Vip Tickets, Field Concert Tickets, Upper & Lower Balcony Tickets, Orchestra Tickets, Pit Tickets, Loge Tickets, Mezzanine Tickets, Lawn & General Admission Concert Tickets, SandBar Tickets, Meet and Greet Tickets, and all premium seating options made available.

If made available by select venues we will also have Sia Meet & Greet Passes or Sia VIP Fan Packages.

We welcome the opportunity to help Sia fans looking for large group sales support.

You can view the current Sia schedule by using this link:

Updated Sia 2016 Nostalgic for the Present Schedule.

Please use the table below to view Sia concert tickets for the Sia concert you are interested in attending:

Sia 2016 Nostalgic for the Present Schedule:

Sia TicketsKeyArena
Seattle, WA
Thursday
9/29/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsOracle Arena
Oakland, CA
Saturday
10/1/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsTalking Stick Resort Arena
Phoenix, AZ
Tuesday
10/4/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsViejas Arena At Aztec Bowl
San Diego, CA
Wednesday
10/5/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsMandalay Bay - Events Center
Las Vegas, NV
Friday
10/7/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsHollywood Bowl
Los Angeles, CA
Saturday
10/8/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsTarget Center
Minneapolis, MN
Thursday
10/13/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsPalace Of Auburn Hills
Auburn Hills, MI
Saturday
10/15/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsUnited Center
Chicago, IL
Sunday
10/16/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsVerizon Center - DC
Washington, DC
Wednesday
10/19/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsWells Fargo Center - PA
Philadelphia, PA
Friday
10/21/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsAir Canada Centre
Toronto, Canada
Saturday
10/22/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsCentre Bell
Montreal, Canada
Sunday
10/23/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsMohegan Sun Arena - CT
Uncasville, CT
Wednesday
10/26/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsBB&T Center
Sunrise, FL
Saturday
10/29/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsAmway Center
Orlando, FL
Sunday
10/30/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsPhilips Arena
Atlanta, GA
Tuesday
11/1/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsSmoothie King Center
New Orleans, LA
Thursday
11/3/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsToyota Center - TX
Houston, TX
Friday
11/4/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
Sia TicketsFrank Erwin Center
Austin, TX
Sunday
11/6/2016
7:00 PMVIEW
TICKETS
with the rest. They generally talk about horses, and any other means of locomotion than walking: or, one of the company relates some recent experiences of the road---which are always disputes and difficulties. As for example. ``So, as I\\\'m a standing at the pump in the market, blest if there don\\\'t come up a Beadle, and he ses, `Mustn\\\'t stand here, he ses. `Why not? I ses. `No beggars allowed in this town,\\\' he ses. `Who\\\'s a beggar? I ses. `You are, he ses. `Whoever see me beg? Did you?\\\' I ses. `Then you\\\'re a tramp,\\\' he ses. `I\\\'d rather be that than a Beadle,\\\' I ses.\\\' (The company expressed great approval.) `` `Would you? he ses to me. `Yes, I would, I ses to him. `Well, he ses, `anyhow, get out of this town. `Why, blow your little town! I ses, `who wants to be in it? Wot does your dirty little town mean by comin\\\' and stickin\\\' itself in the road to anywhere? Why don\\\'t you get a shovel and a barrer, and clear your town out o\\\' people\\\'s way?\\\' \\\'\\\' (The company expressing the highest approval, and laughing aloud, the all go down the hill.) Then, there are the tramp handicraft men. Are they not all over England in this midsummer-time? Where does the lark sing, the corn grow, the mill turn, the river run, and they are not among the lights and shadows, tinkering, chair-mending, umbrella-mending, clock-mending, knife-grinding? Surely a pleasant thing, if we were in that condition of life, to grind our way through Kent, Sussex, and Surrey. For the first six weeks or so, we should see the sparks we ground off fiery bright against a background of green wheat and green leaves. A little later, and the ripe harvest would pale our sparks from red to yellow, until we got the dark newly-turned land for a background again, and they were red once more. By that time we should have ground our way to the sea cliffs, and the whirr of our wheel would be lost in the breaking of the waves. Our next variety in sparks would be derived from contrast with the gorgeous medley of colours in the autumn woods, and by the time we had ground our way round to the heathy lands between Reigate and Croydon, doing a prosperous stroke of business all along, we should show like a little firework in the light frosty air, and be the next best thing to the blacksmith\\\'s forge. Very agreeable, too, to go on a chair-mending tour. What judges we should be of rushes, and how knowingly (with a sheaf and a bottomless chair at our back) we should lounge on bridges, looking over at osier-beds! Among all the innumerable occupations that cannot possibly be transacted without the assistance of lookers-on, chair-mending may take a station in the first rank. When we sat down with our backs against the barn or the public-house, and began to mend, what a sense of popularity would grow upon us! When all the children came to look at us, and the tailor, and the general dealer, and the farmer who had been giving a small order at the little saddler\\\'s, and the groom from the great house, and the publican, and even the two skittle-players (and here note that, howsoever busy all the rest of village humankind may be, there will always be two people with leisure to play at skittles, wherever village skittles are), what encouragement would be on us to plait and weave! No one looks at us while we plait and weave these words. Clock-mending, again. Except for the slight inconvenience of carrying a clock under our arm, and the monotony of making the bell go whenever we came to a human habitation, what a pleasant privilege to give a voice to the dumb cottage clock, and set it talking to the cottage family again! Likewise, we foresee great interest in going round by the park plantations, under the overhanging boughs (hares, rabbits, partridges, and pheasants scudding like mad across and across the chequered ground before us), and so over the park ladder, and through the wood, until we came to the Keeper\\\'s lodge. Then would the Keeper be discoverable at his door, in a deep nest of leaves, smoking his pipe. Then, on our accosting him in the way of our trade, would he call to Mrs. keeper respecting ``t\\\'ould clock\\\'\\\' in the kitchen. Then would Mrs. Keeper ask us into the lodge, and, on due examination, we should offer to make a good job of it for eighteen-pence; which offer, being accepted, would set us tinkling and clinking among the chubby awe-struck little Keepers for an hour and more. So completely to the family\\\'s satisfaction would we achieve our work, that the Keeper would mention how that there was something wrong with the bell of the turret stable clock up at the Hall, and that, if we thought good of going up to the housekeeper on the chance of that job too, why he would take us. Then should we go, among the branching oaks and the deep fern, by silent ways of mystery known to the Keeper, seeing the herd glancing here and there as we went along, until we came to the old Hall, solemn and grand. Under the Terrace Flower Garden, and round by the stables, would the Keeper take us in, and as we passed we should observe how spacious and stately the stables, and how fine the painting of the horses\\\' names over their stalls, and how solitary all: the family being in London. Then should we find ourselves presented to the housekeeper, sitting, in hushed state at needlework, in a bay-window looking out upon

 
 
 
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