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Monday, May 6, 2019

Incubus to Perform at the Akron Civic Theatre in November

Posted By on Mon, May 6, 2019 at 2:42 PM

click to enlarge JEFF NIESEL
  • Jeff Niesel
During the course of its career, the alternative rock act Incubus has sold over 23 million albums. It's continued to tour and record even if its albums don't go platinum anymore, and earlier today, it announced plans for a tour to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Make Yourself.

The tour stops at the Akron Civic Theatre on Nov. 9.



“We are so looking forward to this fall tour. Make Yourself was such a pivotal moment in our band and we are beyond excited to reintroduce this album to our audience while also showcasing the many musical roads it ultimately led us down,” says singer Brandon Boyd in a press release.

Fan presales will begin at 10 a.m. tomorrow. The band will also offer VIP upgrade packages for each show with options that include a backstage tour, an on-stage photo opportunity, an invitation to a pre-show jam session and access to watch the entire show from the side of the stage. For the first time, top tier VIP tickets will include access to MIXhalo, an audio enhancement that enables fans to hear what the band hears onstage.

Tickets go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. on Friday.

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