WELCOME! A Fundraising Concert for the ACLU - Bebe Rexha, Camila Cabello, Daya, Halsey, Imagine Dragons, Incubus, Machine Gun Kelly, Macklemore, Miguel, Mija, Skrillex, Tinashe, Zedd


Apr 3, 2017 – 07:00 PM

1111 S. Figueroa Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015 Map

  • Imagine Dragons
  • Daya
  • Incubus
  • Skrillex
  • Zedd
  • Bebe Rexha
  • Machine Gun Kelly
  • Miguel
  • Mija

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$49.50 - $249.50
Incubus: Incubus tour dates are currently scheduled internationally in support of their upcoming album, If Not Now, When?, which is scheduled to be released this July, 2011. Incubus has been active since 1991 and have established themselves as one of the most politically charged rock bands since the sixties. Known for their So-Cal summer rock sound, Incubus tour dates never disappoint. Make sure you don't miss a date on the Incubus concert schedule 2011; Use Eventful as your source for Incubus tour dates and venue information.

The band began in 1991 with high school buddies Brandon Boyd, Jose Passillas, Alex Katunich, and Mike Einziger in Calabasas, California. They gained distinction with their performances at famed LA venues including The Troubadour and the Roxy before the guys even graduated high school. They recorded and released their indie debut Fungus Amongus in 1995 before releasing a major label EP Enjoy Incubus in 1997. The band was quickly gaining a following and the Incubus concert schedule included a European wide tour as the supporting act for Korn.

Incubus released their sophomore set S.C.I.E.N.C.E. in 1997 and booked tour dates on the 1998 Ozzfest and Family Values Tour. Incubus tour dates were also booked on the opening stage for rock gods System of a Down and their national tour. The album was eventually certified Gold after years of consistent touring and buzz around the band's socially conscious sound. Incubus was about to break-out big in 1999 with their third album Make Yourself. Incubus tour dates were scheduled concurrently with the release of the album for the remainder of the year. By the turn of the millennium, the single "Pardon Me" had taken off on LA rock station KROQ. With radio support, "Pardon Me" became a top ten hit on the Modern Rock Songs chart. Subsequent singles "Stellar" and the top ten Hot 100 single "Drive" propelled the album to double-Platinum status. Incubus tour dates were scheduled with the Deftones on a summer trek in addition to a stint on Ozzfest 2000.

Off the heels of their breakout year, the band decided to retreat to the so-cal resort city of Malibu to record their follow-up Morning View. Incubus concert dates were booked alongside Hoobastank for a national tour. The album debuted at #2 on the Billboard 200 and was eventually certified double-platinum, equalling the success of its predecessor. Incubus tour dates were booked on a headlining outing throughout Japan and Australia and they appeared at KROQ's Weenie Roast in 2002.

After renegotiating their recording contract with Epic/Immortal records the band released their politically charged album A Crow Left of the Murder in 2004 which featured the single "Megalomaniac". The accompanying video was banned from MTV due to controversial images about the then current Iraq War. To promote the album, Incubus tour dates were scheduled and featured Ben Kweller, Brand New, and Sparta as their supporting acts. In 2005, they returned with their long-running album Light Grenades. The album was released in 2006 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200, becoming their first to do so. The album went on to chart throughout 2008 off success of "Dig" and the final single "Love Hurts". Incubus tour dates took them around the world again, this time they would headline the Soundware Festival in Australia and an Asia wide outing.

Following the success of their tour and in celebration of a #1 album, Incubus went on hiatus. Boyd went on to release a solo album and Einzinger briefly attended Harvard. Incubus will be incredibly busy this year, they are about to release their latest album If Not Now, When? in July, 2011. The Incubus concert schedule 2011 has been announced and the band will be touring internationally to support the effort. No strangers to the summer tour scene, Incubus brings their so-cal summer rock music to your area this 2011. Don't miss a date on the Incubus concur schedule 2011; Use Eventful as your source for Incubus tour dates and concert schedule information.

Skrillex: Before he even entered his twenties, Skrillex was bringing down some of LA's hottest clubs with his unique mix of dubstep and house. The Los Angeles based DJ has released three solo EP's since 2010 and is currently on the road promoting his latest, More Monsters and Sprites. Don't miss a performance on the Skrillex concert schedule (2011); Use Eventful as your source for Skrillex tour dates and venue information.

The native Angelino was first hired at sixteen by post-hardcore punk group, From First to Last, to be their guitarist. He stayed with the band from 2004 through 2007 and toured with the group on the Vans Warped Tour and the Dead by Dawn Tour. Skrillex released two albums with the group and went solo in 2007. Skrillex embarked on a solo tour and sold his demo work on the road. In 2008, Skrillex toured on the Ap Tour with All Time Low and The Matches. Skrillex released his debut EP, Gypsyhook EP and he toured with Hollywood Undead.

In 2010, Skrillex released his sophomore EP, Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites, and he announced a nationwide tour with Deadmau5. His production work and individual EPs are setting the music industry ablaze, and he was asked by Korn to produce a track for their latest album. Skrillex tour dates were booked at Coachella 2011 and he embarked on an Australia wide tour in May. His third EP, More Monsters and Sprites recently debuted at #5 on the Dance Albums chart and he announced a US-wide tour. Skrillex will be on the road throughout 2011; Use Eventful as your Skrillex concert calendar and for venue information.

Zedd: Anton Zaslavski, known primarily by his stage name Zedd, is a Russian-German electronic music producer and DJ

Miguel: Miguel Jontel Pimentel was born in the San Pedro neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. He is one of two sons born to a Mexican father and an African american mother. Miguel's parents divorced when he was eight years old. At a young age, Miguel listened to classic rock, hip hop, funk and rhythm and blues. At age 13, he began pursuing a career in music.

Miguel cites musicians Prince, David Bowie, Jimi Hendrix, Freddie Mercury, Phil Collins, Donny Hathaway, The Notorious B.I.G. and Kanye West, as well as the band Queen as his influences, in addition to expressing his admiration for Stevie Wonder, John Lennon and Diane Warren. Miguel revealed his desire to have worked with James Brown, whom he considers the "last innovator for me when it comes to soul". In addition to singing, Miguel also plays the guitar. He incorporates R&B, funk, hip hop, rock and electronic into his music. Miguel described his sound as "nostalgic in a sense that it's familiar... it's shocking, edgy, energizing". In an interview with Paper magazine, he regarded his music as "fly, funkadelic" and "intergalactic-hip-hop-meets-sexy-orgasmic crazy."

After making his contribution to Usher's Raymond v. Raymond in 2010, Miguel released his debut single titled "All I Want Is You", which features J. Cole and was produced by Salaam Remi. It is the lead single from his debut album of the same title.

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