Incubus to Perform at Blossom in July

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JOE KLEON
  • Joe Kleon
Since forming in 1991, Incubus has become one of the rare bands to appeal to a truly diverse fan base.

Though they started out as rap-rock group, they gradually progressed to the point where their energy and volume attract metalheads; the funk elements and sinewy live presentation give the jam community plenty to love; the DJ scratches and beats bring in the dance crowds; and the DIY approach and relentless road ethic appeal to indie-rockers.



Now, the band has just announced dates for its summer tour which celebrates the 20th anniversary of its major label debut. The 30-city run includes support from emo rockers Jimmy Eat World and includes a July 25 date at Blossom.

A fan pre-sale begins at noon today. AT&T priority pre-sale ticket access begins at 10 a.m. on Tuesday. Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 24.



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