The Killers celebrate 20 years of controversy at the Camden Show on September 7

CAMDEN, NJ – Iconic rock band The Killers is celebrating a milestone this year as they head to Camden to commemorate the 20th anniversary of their debut album “Hot Fuss.”

The Killers play Freedom Mortgage Pavilion in Camden on Saturday, September 7.


Tickets are available through pre-sale starting at 10 a.m. on Tuesday prior to the general pre-sale, which starts at 10 a.m. on Thursday.

Buy tickets online here.

The Killer, founded in 2002, consists of singer/keyboardist Brandon Flowers, drummer Ronnie Vannucci, guitarist Dave Keuning and bassist Mark Stoermer.

The band has received numerous accolades for their artistic achievements, including multiple Grammy nominations, American Music Award nominations, MTV Video Music Awards, NME Awards and more.

Their first album, Hot Fuss, was released in 2004 and gained worldwide fame.

The album featured the singles “Mr. Brightside” and “Somebody Told Me,” as well as the anthemic song “All These Things That I’ve Done.”

The band toured behind “Hot Fuss” for two years straight, playing over 400 shows.

They eventually returned to Vegas to work on the follow-up album with producers Alan Moulder and Flood. The result, a love letter of sorts to their hometown titled “Sam’s Town,” was released in 2006 and spent 42 weeks on the Billboard Top 200.

In late 2023, the group released “Rebel Diamonds,” a curated dive into their catalog. It features 20 songs, including the recently certified Diamond “Mr. Brightside,” along with other modern classics “When You Were Young,” “All These Things That I’ve Done,” “Human,” “Read My Mind” and more .

They have announced a special Las Vegas Residency for the summer of 2024, performing their seminal album “Hot Fuss” in full for the first time ever to commemorate its 20th anniversary.