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Bluestem Center for the Arts Amphitheatre - Moorhead, MN
Saturday 8/3/2019 @7:00 PM | 226 tickets left
Canalside - NY - Buffalo, NY
Tuesday 8/6/2019 @5:00 PM | 60 tickets left
Bethlehem Musikfest - Sands Steel Stage - Bethlehem, PA
Wednesday 8/7/2019 @7:00 PM | 88 tickets left
Fillmore Auditorium - Colorado - Denver, CO
Friday 9/13/2019 @8:00 PM | 278 tickets left
Fillmore Auditorium - Colorado - Denver, CO
Saturday 9/14/2019 @8:00 PM | 221 tickets left
Rockwell At The Complex - Salt Lake City, UT
Sunday 9/15/2019 @7:00 PM | 44 tickets left
Paramount Theatre - Seattle - Seattle, WA
Tuesday 9/17/2019 @8:00 PM | 799 tickets left
KettleHouse Amphitheater - Bonner, MT
Wednesday 9/18/2019 @8:00 PM | 189 tickets left
Keller Auditorium - Portland, OR
Friday 9/20/2019 @8:00 PM
Masonic Auditorium At Nob Hill Masonic Center - San Francisco, CA
Tuesday 9/24/2019 @8:00 PM
Masonic Auditorium At Nob Hill Masonic Center - San Francisco, CA
Wednesday 9/25/2019 @8:00 PM | 409 tickets left
Santa Barbara Bowl - Santa Barbara, CA
Thursday 9/26/2019 @7:00 PM | 732 tickets left
Doheny State Beach - Dana Point, CA
Friday 9/27/2019 TBA | 96 tickets left
Doheny State Beach - Dana Point, CA
Saturday 9/28/2019 @11:00 AM | 43 tickets left
Radio City Music Hall - New York, NY
Thursday 10/3/2019 @8:00 PM | 1,566 tickets left
The Met - Philadelphia - Philadelphia, PA
Saturday 10/5/2019 @8:00 PM | 804 tickets left
The Met - Philadelphia - Philadelphia, PA
Monday 10/7/2019 @8:00 PM | 859 tickets left
Wang Theater At The Boch Center - Boston, MA
Tuesday 10/8/2019 @8:00 PM | 840 tickets left
The Grand Theater At Foxwoods - Mashantucket, CT
Friday 10/11/2019 @8:00 PM | 354 tickets left
Warner Theatre - DC - Washington, DC
Saturday 10/12/2019 @8:00 PM | 775 tickets left
Warner Theatre - DC - Washington, DC
Sunday 10/13/2019 @8:00 PM | 598 tickets left
Sony Centre For The Performing Arts - Toronto, ON
Tuesday 10/15/2019 @8:00 PM | 511 tickets left
Fox Theatre - Detroit - Detroit, MI
Wednesday 10/16/2019 @8:00 PM | 1,336 tickets left
Aragon Ballroom - Chicago, IL
Friday 10/18/2019 @7:30 PM | 123 tickets left
Orpheum Theatre - Omaha - Omaha, NE
Saturday 10/19/2019 @8:00 PM | 228 tickets left
Uptown Theater - KC - Kansas City, MO
Monday 10/21/2019 @8:00 PM | 99 tickets left
Comerica Theatre - Phoenix, AZ
Thursday 10/24/2019 @8:00 PM | 723 tickets left
Greek Theatre - Los Angeles CA - Los Angeles, CA
Saturday 10/26/2019 @8:00 PM | 756 tickets left
Greek Theatre - Los Angeles CA - Los Angeles, CA
Sunday 10/27/2019 @8:00 PM | 954 tickets left
Heinz Hall - Pittsburgh, PA
Friday 11/8/2019 @8:00 PM | 130 tickets left

Incubus Tour Schedule

Incubus announced their upcoming album 8, released the song "Nimble Bastard," and announced an upcoming tour all in one day! Incubus is on tour in 2019. Check the full tour schedule below to find your Incubus tickets today!

About Incubus Tickes

When you think of bands that approach music as an art form rather than a marketing scheme, what band comes to mind? Incubus, of course! At a time when grunge was morphing into nu metal and pop was mutating into garbage, Incubus busted onto the scene with tunes that incorporated all of the classic styles as well as some new ones that helped facelift mainstream music.

Incubus began in the early 90s as a high school jam group scoring gigs at all-age shows in clubs riddled around Calabasas, CA. With a little help from industry contact and math teach, Joanne Stanulonis, Incubus recorded their first album, Fungus Amongus (1995). While on tour that year, singer Brandon Boyd and the rest of the band found inspiration for their first studio album release "Enjoy Incubus" in 1997. That same year, Incubus' second studio album, the funk-filled S.C.I.E.N.C.E. was released to an audience who welcomed the new sound with open arms. Combining funk, jazz, spoken word, and rock, S.C.I.E.N.C.E. gave these dredded dudes street cred for breaking barriers on a major record label. Life became quite busy for singer Brandon Boyd, guitarist Mike Einziger, bassist Dirk Lance, drummer Jose Pasillas, and keyboardist Chris Kilmore, who replaced guitarist Gavin Coppel that year. 

When Incubus concerts came to a close in 1998, the band hit the recording studio again for their third album, Make Yourself. For original Incubus fans, the album exhibits a definite divergence in the band's sound; it has a more finished quality, mellower pace, and detailed lyrics, while still staying true to their funk roots.

Finding themselves in some of the most unlikely of places, Incubus headed to a beachside mansion in Malibu to record their fourth album Morning View before going on an Incubus tour with Hoobastank. The album was released in 2001 and remained in the No. 2 spot on the Billboard Top 200. "Wish You Were Here," their first single off of the album stayed in the No. 2 spot on the Modern Rock Charts as well. "Drive," another single off of the album, earned Incubus an award for Billboard's Modern Rock Single of the Year. Dirk Lance left the group and was seamlessly replaced with The Roots' guitarist Ben Kenney.

After a lofty lawsuit situation with Sony in 2003 due to insufficient compensation the band was rewarded in a settlement that sprung forth A Crow Left of the Murder, an album that, according to guitarist Einzinger, was "very energetic and fast, and a lot of it's more technical." Their first single off the album, "Megalomaniac," stirred up some controversy as a potential commentary toward the state of politics at the time; therefore, the single's airplay was banned to nighttime viewing. A Crow Left of the Murder was released in 2004 and garnered comparisons to the temper tantrum style of Seattle grunge, delivering a more edgier sound. The Incubus world tour that year included Ben Kweller, Hundred Reasons, the Music, Brand New, Sparta and the Walkman.

Light Grenades was released in 2006 and debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts -- their first ever position in the top slot. "Anna Molly," the first single off the album, was well-received by fans; the music video, which was critically acclaimed, followed a woman who was presumed dead, only to be revived before her autopsy. Incubus tour dates in 2007 were postponed due to Mike Einziger's carpal tunnel surgery before playing a few Incubus concerts in Australia, Costa Rica, and Venezuela. In 2008, Brandon Boyd announced that the band was going on a hiatus for school (Boyd attended art school while Einziger went to Harvard Music School for composition).

However, much to the surprise of avid Incubus fans around the world, Incubus announced a reunion in 2009 along with a Greatest Hits album, Monuments and Melodies, which was released in June 2009. Then, the band released If Not Now, When? in 2011. They toured with Deftones in 2015. Now they're back again in 2017 with an upcoming album 8 and a new single "Nimble Bastard." They co-headlined a tour with Jimmy Eat World in 2017! See the band rock this summer in 2019 with Incubus tickets. 

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