Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Inductee's The Beach Boys with special guests The Boat Drunks, the Midwest's best Jimmy Buffett Tribute Band, will perform for one night only, Sunday, August 26th at the TaxSlayer Center. We are excited to announce that John Stamos will be joining the Beach Boys on a few of their upcoming dates and ours is one of them.
Tickets start at only $39.50 with a limited number of $69.50 tickets also available. In addition, patrons may purchase a Pre-show Dinner Experience with a special appearance by Mike Love for $65 per person. Space is limited and a separate concert ticket is required to enter dinner. Tickets are available at the TaxSlayer Center box office, by phone at 800-745-3000, and on-line at www.ticketmaster.com. Groups of 10 or more receive special discounts by calling 309-277-1356.
Since their inception over 40 years ago, the Beach Boys have released a stream of hit singles and sold millions of albums. Their timeless hits include classics such as "Kokomo", "Fun Fun Fun", "Help Me Rhonda", "Surfin' U.S.A.", "Good Vibrations" and "Wouldn't It Be Nice". In 1988, the Beach Boys were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. In 2001, the band was honored at the Grammy Awards, receiving The Lifetime Achievement Award from the Recording Academy. Rolling Stone even voted "Good Vibrations" the "Number One Song of the Century." They have performed more shows than any other major rock act.
The Beach Boys are led by Mike Love and Bruce Johnston, who, along with Jeffrey Foskett, Christian Love, Tim Bonhomme, John Cowsill, Keith Hubacher, Christian Love and Scott Totten continue the legacy of the iconic American band. Grammy-winning songwriter Bruce Johnston joined The Beach Boys in 1965, replacing Glenn Campbell, who filled-in for Brian Wilson, on vocals/bass, when he retired from touring. Highly regarded in his field, Johnston's vocal work with such legendary artists as Elton John and Pink Floyd firmly established him among rock's elite artists.
Captained by Mike Love, The Beach Boys play an astoundingly busy schedule of concerts, averaging 150 shows a year, ranging from sundrenched summer festivals to gala New Year's celebrations and special events across the globe.