Tears For Fears Fan Travel Blog -365 Days a Year of Tears For Fears

Tears for Fears travelling fans are made up of a connection of regional fans that gather throughout the year at Tears For Fears related events and Live shows. This blog details the fun and excitement experienced by some of the most dedicated fans on earth. #365_Days_A_Year_TearsForFears

Team CS 2010-2011 Fan Collage
Cheers to the Future with Tears For Fears Fans

Dive into the blog and scroll to learn more about our travels to see and spend time with the band.

16 thoughts on “Tears For Fears Fan Travel Blog -365 Days a Year of Tears For Fears

  1. My name is Jamie. I am from Yukon, Oklahoma. I was a youngster back in the 80’s having been born in 1979. My cousin, Brenda, who was at the time in her early teens and a HUGE fan of Tears for Fears (especially Curt) would come visit over summer break. My best memories are of her and I singing their songs over and over. I remember her going to one of their concerts they had in Sacramento, California at the Arco Arena. Unfortunately, she passed in 1996 at the age of 21. She had a one year old daughter. Brittany, is now 19 years old. She has grown up listening to her mom’s old cassettes and I am so excited to be taking her to their concert September 20th at WinStar Casino & Resort in Thackerville, OK. She is excited and so am I. We are countIng down the days. I just thought I would share with you all. 🙂

  2. I would like to go to the Michigan show in September. I would love to team up with fellow TFF fans in the Milwaukee /Chicago area if possible who may also be going and/or go in on tickets. Please fill me in on any info. Much Thanks! Kelly 🙂

    1. Hi Kelly, have you purchased your tickets for the Michigan show already? If not, you’ll want to do so quickly as the shows in the north have been filling up fast and we can’t guarantee you’d be able to buy them at the door or even the week before. Right now we have FB page members/travel fans going to Vina Robles, Canada, NY and NJ. We don’t know anyone personally that is going (as a group) to the Detroit, MI show. If you’d like to lead a pre-show meetup for that concert let us know. We suggest gathering for drinks nearby, taking a photo together and exchanging contact info for future travel opportunities. Contact us on FB if you need more details or have specific questions…and please go get your tickets now if you plan to go. 🙂 -AA

    2. Hey Kelly! I’m not sure if you are in need of a ticket or may know of someone who could use a ticket but I have one available for the Michigan show on 9/24. I will be putting it up on ebay soon but I wanted to give others a chance first. Feel free to contact me at sdy03@juno.com. Thanks!

  3. Hi, anyone coming to see TFF in England on Newmarket Racecourses near London this very FRI 29. JULY? Pls. contact me via FB then: http://www.facebook.com/obesser . Thanks Oli
    P.S. Anyone maybe knowing a contact email or website of TFF’s management or booker for a very serious booking request for 2017 in Germany? Would be great. Thank you.

  4. Hello,

    We just came about this wonderful blog! In June, our dream of seeing Tears for Fears will come true! We are travelling over 3000 km. to see them, and have 3rd row!!!!

  5. Hello fellow TFF loves! I am counting down the days for the show in St Paul, MN on May 11th. I grew up in the 80’s listening to their music and saw my first TFF concert in 2009 in California. My best friend and I flew there to see them at the OC Fair. We got stuck in traffic on the 405 and by the time we got to the fairgrounds the show had already started. She dropped me off at the front gate so I could get in to see the band. I missed the first 4 songs. She wanted to make sure I would get in since we came just to see them. Best concert ever!

    Circle back to last year. My sister and I flew to Phoenix for their October 7th show at Comerica Theater. I wasn’t feeling well for about a week before the trip. Pain in my calf and shortness of breath. We went to the show and I was able to get us 6th row seats. I was in heaven! Best concert ever! I tried to get the song list after the show but a guy let me take a picture of it which I have. We flew back to MN and I was still not feeling quite right. I ended up in the hospital with a blood clot in my leg and two pulmonary embolisms in each lung. Needless to say I’m very lucky to be here today. I told my doctors I had to go and see Tears for Fears! Luckily I have just gotten the green light to get off of my blood thinners and I will be sitting in the 3rd row in the center for the show on May 11th. I don’t know how I could possibly meet the band but it would mean the world to me if I could. I almost missed seeing them twice but this will be my third time and I’m thankful and grateful that I can. #isurvivedtheclot and would love to meet other fans in MN. I got the VIP tickets in hopes there would be a meet me greet to go along with it. If anyone can make my wish come true I would be forever grateful. I would love to get my picture taken with Curt and Roland. Thank you for your consideration. And please know blood clots don’t discriminate. They can happen to anyone at anytime. #stoptheclot

  6. Hello, friends! Bryan from Peoria, Illinois here. Although born in 1984, I consider myself a lifelong super fan of Tears for Fears. My wife likes them too but not quite a “fan” so looking for fellow T4F Geeks. I’m American and she is English and we recently returned from visiting family and friends in the UK. I totally geeked out driving through Gloucestershire where Roland lives and flying out of Bristol which is 50 minutes from Bath and the Wool House where 1984 SFTBC was recorded. I believe my Brit wife called me a loser. lol. Anyway, is this the official fan club or at least active? Just went to the Milwaukee show last Saturday and would like to share how absolutely incredible they were. I was outside having a smoke with my Dad and got a smile from Curt and wave from Roland. I felt like a 15 year old girl at a Bieber concert. lol. Maybe my wife is right. #lame-o

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