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The Observatory

3502 South Harbor Blvd, Santa Ana, CA 92704
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Cold War Kids at The Observatory

Cold War Kids

Alternative rockers and indie darlings Cold War Kids are heading out on a new tour in 2024, with pop duo Hovvdy and indie pop artist Joe P on select dates. Known for their jangling guitar riffs and heartfelt lyrics, CWK cite influences as far-ranging as Fiona Apple to Led Zeppelin, which all come together in a blues-rock-infused jam fest.

Tokyo Police Club at The Observatory

Tokyo Police Club

They might have announced the end of their career, but don't worry, the Tokyo Police Club are going on one last tour! Taking off across North America with support from Born Ruffians, the indie rockers promise to lead you on a journey spanning their entire career, from A Lesson in Crime to TPC, and everything in between. Don't let yourself miss out on this last chance to see Tokyo Police Club live, grab your tickets now.

The Lox at The Observatory

The Lox

The rap trio from Yonkers, New York, The Lox, is ready to hit the road on their 30th-anniversary tour! Jadakiss, Styles P, and Sheek Louch first formed the group back in 1994 and made their industry debut in 1998 with their album Money, Power & Respect. Fans can also expect to hear their best hits along with songs from their collective solo catalogs!

Underoath at The Observatory

Underoath

Christian metal-rockers Underoath are celebrating the 20th anniversary of their fourth and breakthrough album, 'They're Only Chasing Safety,' in the best way possible: with a new tour! Kicking off in early fall, this tour will showcase all songs from the album as well as fan favorites. They're ready to give you a night to remember, so don't miss it!

Oct 22 - 23

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Paul Cauthen at The Observatory

Paul Cauthen

Texan country rock singer Paul Cauthen is heading out on a brand new tour this summer! Traveling to Atlanta, Houston, Cleveland, and beyond, he reached number 23 on Rolling Stone magazine's top 40 country records back in 2016. Called 'Big Velvet' because of his extraordinary baritone voice, bring along your friends for a toe-tapping night of country rock and roll!

Sebastian Bach at The Observatory

Sebastian Bach

The name Sebastian Bach may call to mind delightful Baroque interludes and powdered wigs, but during the 1980s, a hair rocker with long blonde locks, rebellious attitude, and growling, powerhouse vocals rose to prominence and claimed the name for himself. Don't miss the iconic Canadian singer-songwriter as he hits the North American road this summer on the 'What Do I Got To Lose?' tour!

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