All Ages, General Admission only.Tickets are SOLD OUT.
The Will Call booth will open at approximately 2:30pm for Jack Johnson. Parking Map here.
Jack Johnson Press Release - August 18
Jack and the band kick off the last leg of their world tour today in support of their sixth studio album, From Here To Now To You. Unfortunately, we just got news that Michael Kiwanuka has to cancel his opening slot on these upcoming west coast dates. Michael is dealing with some health issues and his doctor has advised him to rest at home. We will miss him on the road but wish him a quick and speedy recovery.
Bahamas will be opening the show at the Les Schwab Amphitheater. Jack recently talked with KCRW in Los Angeles and shared with them why he's a big fan of Bahamas, check it out here. Bahamas new album Bahamas is Afie was just released and you can hear it at SPIN here.
"A hit at SXSW 2012, former Feist guitarist Afie Jurvanen's tropical pop arrives as lazily and beautifully as crashing waves. Somewhere between Jack Johnson and early Lou Reed, Jurvenen crafts stripped-down, harmony-brushed songs with gorgeous hooks and without a wasted note. The twist is in the lyrics, which chronicle the death of a relationship. In the lovely Caught Me Thinking he realises it wasn't just his drinking that drove her away; in the darker Okay, Alright, I'm Alive it's his turn to be accusatory: "I can tell when you're lying." The musical mood swings further upward in Any Other Way's Bolan Boogie and the classic pop of Time and Time Again, but these are simple, blissful songs which offer more with every listen. Zoom in on the lyrics, and they offer even more." David Simpson, The Guardian
Please note: No chairs, blankets or strollers allowed inside the venue for this show. No plastic single-use bottles allowed or sold inside the venue for this show. Refillable water canteens/bottles may enter the venue empty and be refilled inside for free. No Camelbaks. No personal umbrellas. No outside food or beverages. We have many gluten free, vegan and vegeterian options. No professional cameras, and no cameras with detachable lenses allowed. Children over 2 years old need a ticket.
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