Mongolian rock band The Hu is heating up the stage
Tradition meets modernity. The Mongolian rock band effortlessly fuses traditional native music with modern twists to give you a unique sound that will stay with you. Buy or sell tickets for The Hu available on StubHub and don’t miss out on this cultural melting pot.
Music that took on Billboard and then the world
In the world of music, making it onto the Billboard chart list is a big deal and usually means you’ve made it. The Mongolian band probably never thought it would come to that when they uploaded two of their songs onto the sharing platform YouTube in 2018. True, the band officially came into existence in 2016 already, but it were really these two videos that gave them an international breakthrough. Their two videos "Yuve Yuve Yu" and "Wolf Totem" managed to receive millions of clicks within a year and attracted the attention of the big leagues. "Wolf Totem" rocketed to No. 1 of the Billboard Hard Rock charts in 2019 and catapulted the band into the international music world. From then on their success only soared, as they embarked on their first international tour, playing a total of 23 concerts in Europe alone. After releasing more videos, their long-awaited debut album finally came out in 2019, titled ‘The Gereg’, and they subsequently went on their first US tour. Knowing that world tours are now a fixed item on their agenda, it shouldn’t be hard to find them playing in a place conveniently close to you, so why not peruse our tickets for The Hu on StubHub to witness Mongolian culture with rock at its best. If you’re not entirely sure about the date, rest assured knowing that you can always re-sell tickets with us as well, so it really is a win-win situation.
Promoting Mongolian culture with style
In a world of pop glamour, twerking stars, and overly synthesised music, it can be a bliss to return to the roots of traditional music. With tickets for The Hu from StubHub, you can not only enjoy great Mongolian music, but also support the preservation of traditional music and its place in the modern world. In fact, The Hu were awarded with the huge honour of an Order of Genghis Khan for their role in promoting traditional Mongolian music worldwide. And they do a fine job—after all, one of their songs was featured in the Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order video game. Bands that are considered similar in sound include From Ashes to New and Tengger Cavalry. Cellar Darling may also interest you if you like The Hu.