Hello Rockers! Well summer has officially hit! Some incredible deals are here for you to take advantage of. Latin rocker Juanes is coming to Irvine on the 19th. I already have my ticket, this being the 4th time I see this incredible artist live in concert! His shows are among the best that I’ve seen and always have a blast. I bought them at pre-sale, but don’t be a sucker like me and save yourself money by buying them below! The incredible Berlin are coming back to Santa Clarita! I’ve seen this band three times and I can say from experience that their performances are some of the best times I’ve had at a concert. I love seeing this band live and plan on seeing them again for a fourth time this year. Go to their show, you will not be disappointed. Lastly but not least Blind Melon comes to Pasadena. The band is still on my to watch list and I can’t wait to see them!
Berlin at The Canyon, Santa Clarita (May 25th)
New Wave pop group Berlin broke through in a big way in the ‘80s, particularly after the iconic appearance of their hit song “Take My Breath Away” in the movie Top Gun. The band’s unforgettable melodies and cutting edge synth-pop sound also sent them into the stratosphere with hits like “No More Words,” “Masquerade” and “The Metro.” To this day, the band is led by charismatic original vocalist Terri Nunn, who claimed the No. 11 spot on VH1’s list of the “100 Greatest Women in Rock.” They’re currently working on new material for an upcoming album release and are set to rock the house at The Canyon Santa Clarita.
Blind Melon at The Rose (May 25th)
Alt-rockers Blind Melon shot to fame in the early ‘90s with the hit “No Rain” and its infamous “Bee Girl” music video, along with singles like “Tones of Home,” “Change” and “Galaxie.” The group’s initial run was cut short when frontman Shannon Hoon died of a drug overdose in 1995. But in 2006, all four surviving members reunited with a new singer in place, Travis Warren. Together, the revitalized Blind Melon has released an album of all-new songs called For My Friends (a follow-up is due soon) and toured extensively. Now they’re coming to The Rose in Pasadena.
Juanes at FivePoint Ampitheater (May 19th)
Go ahead, try to resist the Latin pop grooves of Juanes on global hits like “La Camisa Negra.” Es imposible. Called “a soulful poet with an electric guitar” (The New York Times), the international superstar fuses Latin traditions with infectious melodies and ripping guitar skills — all with a magnetic stage presence. It’s no wonder he dominates the charts and has taken home a record-setting 20 Latin Grammy Awards. He’s sure to have you on your feet when he rocks Irvine’s FivePoint Amphitheatre.