The pre-sale for 91X X-Fest in San Diego was scheduled to start tomorrow, but we are letting you guys get early access to it. Here is all the info:
Pre-Sale Starts: Monday June 6
Pre-Sale Ends: Thursday June 9, 11:59pm PST
For those that can't wait for the LA or SF shows all the way at the end of the tour in October, this will be a great chance to see the guys soon. Remember, Santa Barbara has ALREADY SOLD OUT! Don't miss out!
Thursday, December 15 at 6:00pm at Museum of Monterey (MoM).. in Monterey, CA. Wondering if anyone got tickets??? I have an Incufriend Terri Sheffield who did :) They were/are $11 apiece and you can buy them in advance at their website http://museumofmonterey.org/brandon-boyd-–-art-activism-and-the-ocean/ through Paypal. He'll give a talk then do a walkthrough and a Q&A. Would be really interested to hear from people who attend it looks like it would be a lot of fun and a great way to meet Brandon!!Continue
Hey Cali Incubus fans! I'm sure some of you have heard that our governor is circling the idea of closing all CA state parks to help balance the budget for the state. Let's urge our representatives to keep the parks open as they are a huge part of our sate identity as well as beautiful natural areas for citizens and wildlife as well as a source of revenue. Some of these parks are beaches like the ones our best buds from Calabasas grew up surfing on! Here's a message from Environment California. Please take action. Thanks guys. Is closing 70 state parks a smart solution to our state budget crisis? No.Tell Gov. Brown to keep our parks open.It was a bad idea two years ago, when Environment California supporters helped stop then-governor Arnold Schwarzenegger from closing the parks. And it's a bad idea now. That's why we're urging Gov. Brown to reconsider his plan, and why I hope you join us by signing on to our letter.Why do we think closing our state parks is the wrong way to go? Many reasons:It's not just that the value of the places we love — including the rugged forest of Portola Redwoods, Candlestick Point and its scenic views of San Francisco Bay, the family-friendly beach at Twin Lakes, and so many others — can't be measured in mere dollars and cents.It's not just that our state parks have been explored and enjoyed by generations of California families — and it's our responsibility to give the next generation a chance to treasure them, too.The amazing thing about this debate is that the parks contribute far more to our economy than they cost the state — including an estimated $88 million in direct revenue each year.  Why on earth would we close them down, especially with our economy still struggling?It just doesn't make sense.…Continue
Here's a dumb question but I have to find out somehow, so here goes... Where do you buy presale tickets? Can you get them online or do you have to go in person? I'm trying to get to my first Incubus concert ever in October and I don't want to get left out :) Thanks!
I am going to try and make it there, but I am little nervous as to how to get in or if there is a cap on how many people can get into the art show itself.