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Best Shows Jul 1 - 31

in Costa Mesa

August 2024

Clue at Segerstrom Hall

Clue

Based on the board game and the cult movie classic, Clue is a fiendishly funny murder mystery, where everyone is a suspect, and the next potential victim! Featuring all the colorful characters from the game, from Colonel Mustard to Mrs. White, Clue leads us from room to room in a whirlwind of slapstick comedy and real theatrical verve.

Jul 23 - 28

Segerstrom Hall

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Tash Sultana at Pacific Amphitheatre

Tash Sultana

No stranger to constantly sold-out headline shows and tours, it may come as a surprise to some that a few years ago Australian songstress Tash Sultana was busking on the streets of her home city of Melbourne, creating her own buzz with a DIY spirit and determination. The dynamic young performer then went viral when a homemade performance video garnered one million views in five days, marking her as a rising star in the indie scene!

Happy Together Tour at Pacific Amphitheatre

Happy Together Tour

The Happy Together tour heads out once again with the biggest line-up of 60s groups yet! Topping the bill are The Turtles, whose iconic 1967 number-one hit 'Happy Together' gives this tour its name. They're joined by other stalwarts of the decade such as Jay and The Americans, The Association, Joey Molland, The Vogues and The Cowskills!

The Long Run - Eagles Tribute at The Hangar

The Long Run - Eagles Tribute

Unless you're The Dude, you probably dig the Eagles. They are the biggest selling American band in history after all. The band (sans some original members) are still performing to this day, but another option is to catch The Long Run, one of the country's best Eagles tribute bands out there. They've performed across the globe, and played on the same stage as the Bee Gees, America, Eric Clapton, and Shania Twain.

Cake at Pacific Amphitheatre

Cake

Going strong for over 20 years, the Sacramento rock band is back on the road performing their greatest hits. The band cites country music, Mariachi, new wave, college rock, funk, Iranian folk music, Brazilian music, and hip hop as their main influences and are particularly noted for lead singer McCrea's monotone singing style, sarcasm-heavy lyrics, and unique trumpet lines. Their last album Showroom of Compassion was released in 2011 to the top of the chart for the first time.

Reverend Horton Heat at Pacific Amphitheatre

Reverend Horton Heat

This psychobilly band from Texas have established themselves as one of the most popular underground acts in America. Their sound is self described as "Country-fed punkabilly." Their music is a mixture of country, punk, big band, swing, and rockabilly, all played loud and energetically with lyrics that are often very humorous.

Sublime with Rome at Pacific Amphitheatre

Sublime with Rome

This April, ska-punk legends Sublime With Rome tour the United States. With iconic 90's tracks 'Santeria', 'What I Got', and 'Wrong Way', this tour is a nostalgia trip for fans of alternative music. Grab tickets to be whisked away to an upbeat positive show full of undeniable grooves and catchy croons!

Kool and The Gang at Pacific Amphitheatre

Kool and The Gang

The kings of feel-good vibes and funky grooves, Kool and the Gang scored some of the most iconic hits of the disco era. Their signature tune is of course 'Celebration', and they were also part of the Saturday Night Fever phenomenon, with their track 'Open Sesame' featuring on the massively successful soundtrack.

Chris Young at Pacific Amphitheatre

Chris Young

Hold onto your Stetsons ladies and gents, Country music heartthrob Chris Young is headed out on tour and bringing along his megawatt smile. The crooner brings a touch of romance to his modern take on the classic genre, so it's easy to understand why he won the reality TV show/competition Nashville Star in 2006, winning over (predominantly female) audiences with an effortless charm and a rich, deep vocal tone.

Ziggy Marley at Pacific Amphitheatre

Ziggy Marley

Bask in the warm glow of reggae great Ziggy Marley as brings his latest tour to the US. Son of Bob and Rita Marley, Ziggy's musical career began way back in the 1970s, when he and his brother Stephen began appearing at their dads concerts. Much like his late father, his music carries a hopeful message about love and peace.

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