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Tuesday, July 30

Live Nation Presents:

The Aquabats!

The Aggrolites

Left Alone

5:30 pm doors, 7 pm show

All ages welcome

$30 Advance GA, 4-Pack GA $100, $35 Day Of GA, $40 21+ Reserved Balcony

The Aquabats!

Since their formation in 1994 in Orange County, The Aquabats have been punk rock's superheroes, dedicated to injecting harmless fun into a music scene that often took itself too seriously. The band was established with a unique vision that includes their iconic Paul Frank-designed “power belts,” trademark rash guards, black eye masks, and “anti-negativity” helmets, along with entertaining onstage antics. This distinctive approach quickly gained traction, earning The Aquabats a fiercely loyal following that spans multiple generations.

As The Aquabats! celebrate their 30th anniversary in 2024, the band is gearing up for a monumental year. They will release the fan-funded full-length studio album, FINALLY!, on June 21. The 30th-anniversary festivities will extend beyond music, featuring east and west coast tour dates, a fan gathering, and exclusive celebratory merchandise.

Get ready to join The Aquabats on their unique musical journey as they celebrate three decades of bringing joy, entertainment, and a touch of superhero flair to the world of punk rock!




The Aggrolites

The year is 2002. Vocalist Jesse Wagner and organist Roger Rivas, each fresh out of their own bands, come together to form dirty reggae quintet the Aggrolites. With a sound that is equal parts Kingston and Motown, the band turns the heads of discerning music listeners everywhere, not to mention a slew of legends both old-school (Phyllis Dillon, Derrick Morgan) and newer (Tim Armstrong) who recruit them for collaborations. Over the next decade, the Los Angeles band tours hard and records constantly, releasing five full-lengths while spending close to 250 days a year on the road. For a time, it seemed like the Aggrolites were everywhere, and that’s because they truly were. (Their van’s odometer can prove it.)