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Why see Lost 80s Live?

The Best Of 80s New Wave & Synthpop

It's time to tease your hair to new heights and get your neon spandex out of storage 'cause the Lost 80s Live tour is hitting the road and reviving the music of the decade of decadence once again this Summer! Filled with back-to-back hits, this extra special nostalgic show features The Romantic's Wally Palmar, Missing Persons, Animotion, Stacey Q, Shannon, Naked Eyes, Musical Youth, The Untouchables, Wang Chung and General Public!

Grammy-winning English new wave heroes A Flock Of Seagulls are perhaps best known for hits I Ran (So Far Away), Space Age Love Song and The More You Live, The More You Love. Fellow Reagan-era Brit synthpop idols Wang Chung made their mark in the states with their rock-edged hit singles Dance Hall Days and Let's Go, while When in Rome made us all bop to The Promise.

Please note: The line-up is subject to change. Please contact your chosen venue for more information.

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Aug 24


Customer reviews

9 reviews, average rating: (2.6 Stars)


Naked eyes missing and Sound provlems

Venue was great and faculties awesome. I know lots of pot in the air but naked eyes was missing and no one said anything!! WTF!! The sound was not close to flattering for the bands. Wang Chung songs with a sax that had no mic? Trying to fix it during the song was bad. Get like we were seeing a practice set lol!!! Lip sync by Stacy Q was just bad but she did bring her huge ass purse on stage which was like WTF!! But I will say the bands did rock!!! Maybe next year will see this fixed. And maybe some true concert shirts and not the target generic shirts would be appreciated by us who buy the shirts. The ones in the parking lot looked better. ... Read more

Al G.

Surprised By How Much I liked it!

I happen to win the tickets on the radio and didn't expect much. Man was I surprised. The Motels (Lead singer) Killed it! Wang Chung was fantastic, haven't missed a beat in 30+ years. Surprise of the night for me was the Tubes. Loved there set. The band that I was most disappointed with was the Flock of Seagulls. Not sure if it was the first 4 songs they played that I didn't know, especially being the end of the night but the one song I did know, they tore it up. Was a pleasantly surprised and enjoyed the evening. ... Read more

Vince S

Great artists and lineup, horrible sound guys and technical team

This review is of the 2019 version of this show. This would be a SOLID 5 star review if it weren't for numerous (literally DOZENS) of technical screwups and sound issues for this show. It began shortly after 6PM and ended at almost 11:30PM, so 5+ hours of 14 bands and performers from the 80s was close to pure heaven. But again back to the sound ... 12 of the 14 bands were frantically signalling from the stage that they were experiencing issues. Send Me an Angel (one of my favorite tracks of that decade) literally did not have the synth sounds working (only a drum and guitar ... yeah, try imagining that song without a synth and that is what it was ... super disappointing). The sound guys were still going ON STAGE and working on mics all the way up to the 2nd to the last song (Space Age Love Song); what a joke. But again, we had a great time and there was enough value and fun that it outweighed the sound and technical issues (at least for the audience; I'm sure the bands gave the sound guys a well deserved reaming after that evening of errors). ... Read more

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