Rebelution at Pacific Amphitheatre

Rebelution Tickets

Pacific Amphitheatre | Costa Mesa, California


“Feeling Alright,” “Lazy Afternoon,” “Safe and Sound,” “Count Me In,” “Fade Away,” “Attention Span,” and “Inhale Exhale” are some of the top hits of this iconic band.

Since Rebelution hit the scene, music has changed significantly. You are sure to have a fantastic time at this band's live performance since they consistently deliver amazing music, energy, and inspiration. Whether you like pop, rock, R&B, jazz, or hip hop, it doesn’t matter. You’re bound to enjoy the performances of Rebelution!

Experience the Good Vibes Cali Tour on Saturday, August 10, 2024, at the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa, California.

Joining them on stage are Kolohe Kai, Matisyaho, Cydeways, and DJ Mackle! This night is sure to be an unforgettable one given the lineup of artists who are conquering the stage. You do not want to miss this!

No doubt this show is already almost sold out! There’s no time to waste. Get your tickets HERE already!

In 2004, Rebelution was founded in the college town of Isla Vista, California. The five founding members of the band were University of California, Santa Barbara students Eric Rachmany, Matt Velasquez, Rory Carey, Marley D. Williams, and Wesley Finley.

Rebelution is still one of the mainstays in the reggae-rock genre that has sustained it over the past fifteen years. The quartet of UC Santa Barbara alums have consistently released reggae albums that have reached the top of the Billboard charts, collaborating with contemporaries such as Pepper and Iration. Frontman Eric Rachmany and his band have been attracting audiences worldwide since making their debut in 2007 with their self-produced album Courage to Grow. They have played on major stages and even received a long-overdue Grammy nomination for their 2016 album Falling Into Place.

Rebelution released their seventh full-length album, In The Moment. It wasn’t exactly Bright Side of Life part two, for those who were hoping for nothing but classic reggae jams. Though the band continues to deliver the smooth reggae that fans have come to anticipate, In The Moment becomes as experimental and rock-oriented as they have ever been. A less experienced band may be skeptical of this kind of endeavor, but Rachmany and company are aware that they are in a position to venture a little beyond their comfort zone.

Rachmany explained how they came up with the album during a pandemic and how it was to go on shows after the lockdown -

“Well, the timing is pretty crazy because this album has a lot to do with the concept of time, so the fact that we’re able to release an album and come back and play shows just makes it that much trickier. We named the album In The Moment to remind us to just be present in whatever moment because you never know what life is going to bring. Nobody expected this, so when I get back on that stage, it’s going to be a reminder to just soak it in for every moment that you’re alive. We’ll be soaking in that moment of being onstage and embracing the concert with the fans and the relationship we have with the listeners. It’s going to be an incredible feeling. The first shows might be a little rough, but give us just a couple of shows and we’ll be back to our normal selves. We’re definitely our biggest critic when we play live, but we’ve been playing for so long together that it’s not going to take long for us to click.’

Rebelution at Pacific Amphitheatre

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