August 31, 2010 1.25 pm This story is over 163 months old

30 Seconds to Mars to rock Engine Shed

Near orbit: 30 Seconds to Mars will perform at the Engine Shed this October, part of Radio 1’s national tour.

Superstar alternative rock band 30 Seconds to Mars will be visiting the Lincoln Engine Shed this autumn, as part of BBC Radio 1’s national tour.

Due October 19, the band released their debut self-titled album in 2002 to mixed reviews. However it was their second album, A Beautiful Lie, which received rave reviews and included hit single The Kill and From Yesterday. The band went on to recently release their third album This is War.

The band is also well-known for their particularly expensive and detailed music videos, with the From Yesterday music video being the first rock video to ever be shot entirely in the Republic of China.

The band won numerous awards, and even broke a Billboard Chart record by staying in the Top 100 for 93 weeks.

Tickets cost £17 and are available from September 3 at the Engine Shed Box Office. Doors open 7.30pm, and the gig is strictly over 16s only.

Source: Engine Shed | Photo: The Spotlight Report