Since their formation in 1991, iconic multiplatinum Los Angeles rock band Incubus have consciously and continually shifted their perspective with each subsequent album, preserving the spirit that initially drove them and simultaneously challenging themselves as artists and human beings.
“As a band, we’re collectively interested in challenging ourselves and hopefully finding new, innovative ways of writing music,” asserts vocalist Brandon Boyd. “That ethos has kept things interesting for us.”
The band is due to release their ninth album this year. “It’s wild that it has almost been five years since we put a record out — that’s so crazy,” says Boyd in a Consequence of Sound interview. “We’re always talking about making new music together, and it’s really fun and wonderfully challenging to write music with the guys in the band. I have no doubt that once we just get into our band room and just start playing that new music is going to emerge. That’s usually how it happens. When we get together to rehearse for some upcoming shows, we’re swiftly reminded how much fun it is to be in the band and to make new music.”
This will be Incubus' 4th appearance at The Rave/Eagles Club, dating back to 1999 as an opener for Primus.
$1 of each ticket sale will go towards the Make Yourself Foundation which was founded by Incubus and gives back to communities around the world with the support of dedicated fans
- First act scheduled to go on at 8pm
- This is an all ages showThis is a general admission (standing) show
- For ADA Seating, call 414-342-7283
- Box office open until end of show
- Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Credit/Debit cards accepted at all bars
- ATMs available
- The Eagles Craft Beer Garden opens at 6:30pm
- Hand Sanitizer Stations available
This event has not been affected by any restriction by the tour or city.
However, if situations change, The Rave/Eagles Club will follow any COVID-related mandates from the city, the health department, or any specific tour as to their policy. Such policy will be posted on therave.com show page (this page) and in the facebook event.
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