This Week - 06/16/2010 After one stop in the Netherlands (see photos from 013 on Life.com here) and a day off in France, Thirty Seconds To Mars headed to beautiful Switzerland to play at Caribana Festival. Soon after, the Band trekked back to the United Kingdom, headlining the Ronnie James Dio stage at Download Festival in Donington Park. Tonight, the Band's journey takes them to Germany for a show at Haus Auensee.Just Announced: Mars will be returning to the international front for a series of shows this fall late November/early December. To see what dates have been added for the UK and Germany, visit the official Tour Page today! For more information or to purchase Pre-Sale tickets or Golden Ticket To Mars Packages, click here.
Heading to a show? Be sure to "RSVP" for each event you plan on attending on the official Thirty Seconds To Mars Facebook Events Page by clicking here.
See below for the forthcoming week of shows, possibly near you!
Fri Jun 18 - Finland (Provinssirock Festival)
Sun Jun 20 - Sweden (Gothenburg Pier Festival)
Tues Jun 22 - Bielefeld, Germany (Ringlokschuppen)
Please note: Due to high demand, the Triad Necklace is once again sold out!
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Weekly Picks From the Band
Book of the Week
God Explained In A Taxi Ride by advertising and design legend Paul Arden takes an exciting, visually creative, and thoroughly digestible approach to a subject of enormous proven interest and relevance. Using a series of poignant, contemporary vignettes, God Explained in a Taxi Ride analyzes and explores the questions that have persisted since mankind’s earliest days. This brilliant little gem of a book compels readers to scratch their heads as it examines man’s relationship to the divine—all within the length of a taxi ride.
Movie of the Week
Princess Mononoke is a 1997 Japanese animated historical fantasy feature film written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki of Studio Ghibli. A period drama set specifically in the late Muromachi period of Japan but with numerous fantastic elements, the film concentrates on the struggle between the supernatural guardians of a forest and the humans who consume its resources as seen by the outsider Ashitaka. "Mononoke" is not a name, but a general term in the Japanese language for a spirit or monster.
Album of the Week
Deftones - Diamond Eyes is the sixth studio album by American rock band, featuring singles "Rocket Skates" as well as title track, "Diamond Eyes", landing at #6 on the Billboard 200 in it's first week.
Website of the Week
Save Tigers Now is a global campaign by WWF that runs during the Chinese Year of the Tiger, 2010. Our goal is to build political and public support to double the number of wild tigers by 2022, the next Year of the Tiger.