Walmart AMP | Rogers, Arkansas
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Are you ready for the co-headlining concert of two of the most prominent bands in the world today? Brace yourself for an incredible night of alternative rock music as Incubus and Sublime with Rome take Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion by storm this Tuesday, August 16. Grab your tickets for the show, and be ready to jam along with the band as they join forces to give you the best concert experience this summer. Sing along to Incubus' hit songs such as "Dig," "Anna Molly," and "Drive." Be crazy and shake off all inhibitions along with Sublime with Rome's alternative-reggae hits such as "Take it or Leave It," "House Party," and "Wherever You Go." Click on the "Get Tickets" button now and see you at Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion for this summer's highly-anticipated concert!
The alternative rock loyalty band, Incubus, has announced their 2022 summer tour. The group will be stopping in Rogers, Arkansas's Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion, as part of a co-headlining tour with the reggae-rock band Sublime with Rome.
This is an exciting tour for Incubus since this is their first appearance after the pandemic hit the world in 2020. The band would have celebrated the 20th anniversary of their "Morning View" album with a concert tour last year, but it did not materialize due to some pandemic restrictions.
Now, there's no stopping the Brandon Boyd-led band as they will be finally kicking off their Summer Tour this July 24 in West Palm Beach, Florida, with stops throughout US major venues before concluding on Sept. 3 in Bend, Oregon.
The 27-date tour will be made more exciting with the inclusion of Sublime with Rome. The band composed of Eric Wilson, Rome Ramirez, and Carlos Verdugo is known for their songs "Take it or Leave It," "Wherever You Go," and "Wicked Heart." The band rose from the ashes of the ska-rock band Sublime more than a decade after lead singer Bradley Nowell's death in 1996. Although the group strives to forge their own path while honoring the origin of their name, they occasionally play songs originally popularized by Sublime, such as "Santeria," "What I Got," "Doin' Time," and "Wrong Way," among many others.