Charlie Puth at The Greek Theatre

Charlie Puth Tickets

The Greek Theatre | Berkeley, California

This is "The Charlie Live Experience," and it's the concert you've been waiting for all year. Nobody would dare miss one of Charlie Puth's legendary performances because of the widespread knowledge that they are the best live shows ever. On Thursday, July 6, 2023, the tour will stop at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, giving you the chance to experience not only one of the best acts in the world but also the incredible services that the venue has to offer. Tickets are limited, and you should purchase them as soon as possible. All you have to do is click the "Get Tickets" button to begin the quick and easy process, so there is no reason to delay.

Charlie Puth at Greek Theatre Berkeley

Internet sensation and viral star Charlie Puth was born on December 2, 1991. Apart from his eight platinum singles, this extraordinary performer has been recognized with a Golden Globe nomination, four Grammy nominations, three Billboard Music Awards, and a Critic's Choice Award. Over 5.6 billion streams have been made of his 2018 album, "Voicenotes," which was nominated for a Grammy. The RIAA gave the album a gold certification only four days after its initial release.

After a long time, it is finally here: Charlie, Puth's third studio album, is out on Atlantic Records. This "expertly crafted collection" (Rolling Stone) includes the multi-platinum hits "Left and Right" (featuring Jung Kook of BTS), "That's Hilarious," and "Light Switch" and has been praised by critics on every continent. With credits including Justin Bieber, Kid Laroi, and Gabby Barrett, he has also established himself as one of the most in-demand songwriters.

The man, his music, his lyrics, his awesome music videos, and especially his live performances are all drenched in awesomeness, so you should not miss this show. You can select your desired seats in the venue by clicking the "Get Tickets" button. Don't wait until it's too late; do it now!

Charlie Puth at Greek Theatre Berkeley

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