Jared Leto, Shannon Leto and Tomo Milicevic, collectively known as Thirty Seconds to Mars, will hold a private performance at the Temple Performing Arts Center on the campus of Temple University on Monday, May 13 at 8 p.m.
Tickets for the event are available via radio on 104.5 WRFF. Fans can also stay tuned to THIRTYSECONDTOMARS.COM for other ways to attend the show.
Fans are invited to come worship with the Church of MARS and bear witness to the alternative rock kingpins as they prepare for their next multi-year world tour. The Church of MARS will take place in four cities - Boston, Washington DC, Chicago and Philadelphia.
The special intimate performance will debut new material for the first time, and the group will perform selections from their classic repertoire. In addition, the band will screen the short film for their latest hit "Up in the Air" and give a glimpse of their award winning documentary Artifact.
The American rock band affectionately known as Thirty Seconds to Mars, formed in 1998, hailing from Los Angeles. With three albums to date the group is gearing up for another world tour and the release of new music. The group has been compared to Pink Floyd as their edgy and experimental music has been described as having a philosophical and spiritual influence.