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Best Shows Sep 1 - 30

Mrs. Doubtfire at Segerstrom Hall

Mrs. Doubtfire

She's the nanny we all wanted in the '90s and now she's back to give the 21st century a spin in this high-spirited musical adaptation of the beloved 1993 classic. From the minds behind Something Rotten! and Hello, Dolly! This glorious production captures the film's original fun and chaos - with added theatrical pizazz!

Sep 24 - 29

Segerstrom Hall

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Brian Regan at Segerstrom Hall

Brian Regan

Critics and peers agree Brian Regan has distinguished himself as one of the premier comedians in the country. The "perfect balance of sophisticated writing and physicality" (Wall Street Journal), Brian fills theaters nationwide with fervent fans that span generations. His clean language and sharp, sarcastic observations on everyday life have led him to be known as the "comedian's comedian".

Max Amini at Segerstrom Hall

Max Amini

Renowned for his ability to find humour in the everyday absurdities of life, Max Amini's stand-up routines are a rollercoaster ride of laughter, insight, and pure entertainment and have had audiences roaring with laughter from Los Angeles to London and everywhere in between. From navigating cultural differences to poking fun at the quirks of modern society, Max fearlessly tackles topics that resonate with audiences of all backgrounds.

Disney Junior Live On Tour at Segerstrom Hall

Disney Junior Live On Tour

Hey kids, Mickey's back and he's brought all his friends. This fall, Disney Jr. will be making its way around the United States in the Let's Play Live tour, and will be bringing all your little ones' favorite characters to a stage near you. And if that's not enough, for the first time Ariel and SuperKitties Bitsy will be joining Mickey on stage for dances and songs. Perfect for preschoolers and the whole family, make this your first experience of where the magic begins with the House of Mouse!

Bonnie Raitt at Pacific Amphitheatre

Bonnie Raitt

Singer/guitarist Bonnie Raitt did not begin to win the comparable commercial success due her until the release of the aptly titled 1989 blockbuster Nick of Time. Her tenth album, it rocketed her into the mainstream consciousness nearly two decades after she first committed her unique blend of blues, rock, and R&B to vinyl. More than just a best-selling artist, respected guitarist, expressive singer, and accomplished songwriter, Bonnie Raitt has become an institution in pop rock music with 16 albums and nine Grammy Awards.

Samara Joy at Samueli Theater

Samara Joy

Jazz crooner Samara Joy is heading out on tour across the States. Making waves in the jazz scene, Samara Joy started making music professionally in 2019 and subsequently won two Grammy awards, one for Best Jazz Vocal Artist, and the other for Best New Artist. The singer has found huge success on TikTok, and appeared on the Today Show. Don't miss out on this new jazz legend on her way to the stars!

John Fogerty at Pacific Amphitheatre

John Fogerty

Founder member of Creedence Clearwater Revival, John Fogerty's unmistakable growl was a staple of American radio during the 60s, on tracks like Bad Moon Rising, Proud Mary and the anti-Vietnam war anthem Fortunate Son. Selling millions of records worldwide, the group disbanded in 1970, at which point Fogerty pursued a highly successful solo career, penning hits including Old Man Down the River and Rockin' All Over the World (later made famous by Status Quo).

Steel Pulse at Pacific Amphitheatre

Steel Pulse

Ever since the 1978 release of their politically-charged, landmark debut album Handsworth Revolution, iconic British roots reggae outfit Steel Pulse have shaped the music landscape with a pioneering and innovative spirit. Fusing the well traversed upbeats of reggae with elements of jazz, latin music, dance and R&B, the went on to become the first non-Jamaican band to win a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album.

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