Please note that our online checkout is constantly monitored by a thorough security detection software that prevents fraud and unauthorized access. The checkout is tested daily and all orders are secured and encrypted for optimum safety and security.
We strive for order accuracy but understand that sometimes mistakes happen. We will do our best to make sure that your tickets are the exact seats you ordered and that your tickets will be valid for entery. Please call 866-226-6811 if you experience any problems with your purchased seats. View Complete Guarantee
We have the largest availability of event tickets online and we offer these tickets with fast delivery and great prices.
About Your Seats
For more information please read our terms and policies and guarantee pages which are linked in the footer of this page.
Standard FedEx shipping is available for most orders or if you need your order to arrive faster, next day FedEx shipping is available if ordered by 5:00 pm. Some seats are also available for instant download and print at home.
Why Use Front Row King?
Front Row King offers the largest selection of concert tickets anywhere online and the most competitive prices among ticket websites.
Popular Venues in PortlandKeller Auditorium
U2 & Concert News
U2's Album Has Been Released - Ready For 'Songs of Innocence World Tour 2015'
Not everyone was thrilled to be waking up Tuesday morning to see U2ís new album free and ready for download in about 500 mill... (Read More
The Top Rock Concerts Of All Time
10.) Bruce Springsteen - Roxy Theatre
Bruce Springsteen is known as the all American rock and roll legend that is still popu... (Read More
Thanks Apple, But Sharon Osbourne REALLY Doesn't Want A U2 Album
She's a bit late, but Sharon
Osbourne has joined the cacophany
of backlash against U2 for
unloading their album free of
charge to every single iCloud
account in the world. Despite a
potential reach of 500 million
people, however, it is reported
that only ...
Apple Releases Tool to Remove Free U2 Tickets
Some iPhone users are not happy
that U2's new album, "Songs of
Innocence," was automatically added
to their iTunes music library, free
of charge. In response, Apple has
released a special tool that lets
people remove the album from their