Once again KAABOO Del Mar has surpassed all of our highest expectations. And with a weekend of live music from the likes of Billy Idol, SWMRS, Robert DeLong, Stone Temple Pilots, Earth Wind and Fire, and The All American Rejects, it’s no wonder the festival continues to draw a larger and larger crowd each year.
Surf City Blitz brings one of the greatest punk rock lineups in the history of Southern California—including some of the biggest bands to come out of Orange County—together with Roland Sands Presents The Moto Beach Classic's world-class motorcycle racing, and more on Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28 at the world famous Huntington State Beach as a part of the SeaLegs Live Event Series. This new weekend destination festival will feature an all-star lineup of punk rock legends performing on the shore of the Pacific Ocean in picturesque Orange County, California. With the support of California State Parks, this incredible event is sure to make a splash in its inaugural year.
There’s something about supporting local companies and startups that make Miami events even more special. This year was the first ever HomeGrown festival- an event that supports everything 305 related. From Miami’s best food, up and coming local bands to our best breweries around town!
For the fourth year running, KAABOO Del Mar had once again curated a stellar lineup of musical talent. Ranging from current hits to past idols, the California festival’s first sold out status attests to great taste in music both new and old. With legendary powerhouses including The Zombies, Tower of Power, Blondie, and The English Beat, Friday at the Trestles stage was clearly throwback heaven for ska, rock, pop, and soul music fans alike.
With only two more dates to close out her Reputation Tour across the United States, Taylor Swift landed in Houston over the weekend to perform in front of thousands at NRG Stadium. Scanning the crowd, one might have had preconceived notions of what the audience would look like - females, tweens - but this crowd seemed different - diverse and welcoming. From father-daughter outings, to best friends experiencing an unforgettable night, to small children seeing their first ever concert, this night was filled with memories as diverse as the people in attendance.
Boston duo, Tall Heights hit the Tourmaline Stage at KAABOO Del Mar on Sunday, September 16. With over 130 million Spotify streams and tours alongside the likes of Ben Folds, Judah & the Lion, and Colony House, Tall Heights’ Paul Wright (vocals/cello), and Tim Harrington (vocals/guitar) have been making considerable waves in the indie-pop scene. With a sophomore album, “Pretty Colors For Your Actions” set for release on October 5th and a supporting North American headlining tour beginning on October 11th, Tall Height are definitely a band to keep on your radar for the foreseeable future.
As the ever evolving desert as their backdrop, Bipolar has definitely made an impact on the local music scene. Originally from Sacramento California, and a band restructure in Las Vegas in 2008, they are a force to be reckoned with.
Welsh pop punk band Neck Deep embarked on their second US tour for The Peace And The Panic, hitting cities that aren’t typically covered by major world tours. After kicking off the tour in Santa Cruz, they headed down to the historic Majestic Ventura Theater.
Leon Bridges is a Fort Worth native who rose to fame in 2014 with his debut album, Coming Home. The songs from that album are soulful and nostalgic with a notable influence from soul legend Sam Cooke present. The album became number 6 on Billboard’s top 200 chart and also got him a Grammy nomination for best R&B album of the year.
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