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Best Shows Sep 1 - 30

Star Wars - Return of the Jedi in Concert at Walmart AMP

Star Wars - Return of the Jedi in Concert

Lord Vader's Empire is on its last legs as the Rebellion enters its third and final installment in George Lucas' epic climax to the original Star Wars trilogy. What better way to experience this pop culture icon than with a live-to-screen concert staging that brings John Williams astronomical score to life. All that's left is to get ready for the father-son reunion of the century!

Rob Schneider at TempleLive

Rob Schneider

Deuce Bigelow himself hits the road on his latest tour for his first love - stand-up comedy! In recent years he has buried himself in television projects including Real Rob, a semi-autobiographical comedic account of his life with his wife and daughter. The Emmy-nominated comic and actor has also worked frequently with Adam Sandler, their latest production The Ridiculous Six was released in 2015 on Netflix to mixed reviews, however Schneider's live shows are in constant demand.

Alan Jackson at Bud Walton Arena

Alan Jackson

Country legend Alan Jackson is not done yet! His Last Call: One More For The Road tour returns for a few more dates before he finally hangs up his stetson. With nearly three decades of hits behind him, Jackson is one of the most influential artists in the genre. From the likes of 'Here in The Real World', 'Chattahoochee', 'Drive' and 'Gone Country don't miss your chance to see this superstar live!

Brett Young at JJs Live

Brett Young

American country pop singer and songwriter, Brett Young is hitting the road once again! It comes after a brilliant year, which saw the star sell out shows across Europe and the United States. With vocals as smooth as butter and baby blue eyes, Brett Young is Country music's heartthrob and rising star!

Dropkick Murphys at JJs Live

Dropkick Murphys

The Dropkick Murphys are a Celtic punk band who count amongst their many influences bands such as The Pogues, The Clash, Stiff Little Fingers and AC/DC. Their music has been used as the Boston Red Sox's World Series-winning song as well as in many films such as Fever Pitch. Don't miss them live this year when they hit the road once more!

Faye Webster at JJs Live

Faye Webster

Indie-folk singer and songwriter Faye Webster hits the road with an extensive North American tour in support of her LP 'Underdressed at the Symphony'! Webster's music is a sweet spot between honest songwriting with close-up, honest vocals. Underpinned with slide guitars, soft drums, and warm piano chords weaving their way through the melodies, she brings the hallmarks of classic American indie-folk songwriting to a new generation.

The Wallflowers at TempleLive

The Wallflowers

Grab your leather jackets, and get ready to rock! American rock band The Wallflowers are hitting the road and bringing their epic sound to you in 2024! The line-up consists of Steve Mackey on bass, Stanton Adcock on lead guitar, Lynn Williams on drums, and founder Jakob Dylan on lead vocals and guitar. Expect to hear fan favorites, including the Billboard 100 charter, Sleepwalker.

STRFKR at JJs Live

STRFKR

Oregon indie band STRFKR are heading out on an extensive US tour this year to support their album Parallel Realms' out March 1. The band kick things off in California this March, before ending their 4-month stint in Phoenix Arizona. With support from Ruth Radelet and Holy Wave this is shaping up to be one of the most electric tours of the year.

Here Come The Mummies at TempleLive

Here Come The Mummies

A 5,000-year-old foul-smelling, well-endowed, and manly tribe, capable of infinite funkiness are coming to town! The funk band kicked things off in 2000, and are best known for their unrelenting live performances which melt your face and keep the mayhem going from beginning to end. Here Come The Mummies... literally!

Patti Labelle at The Momentary

Patti Labelle

Having spent over 50 years in the music business, Labelle is more than just the singer behind the Sixties monster disco hit Lady Marmalade; the Godmother of Soul still can put her younger contempories in the shade. At 79 years old, LaBelle demonstrates an enviable work ethic and continues to tour regularly, rather than sitting back and relaxing in her twilight years. On screen she has enjoyed a new turn as an actress, appearing in shows such as Empire, Dancing with the Stars and American Horror Story: Freak Show.

GWAR at JJs Live

GWAR

Gwar is a heavy metal band formed in Richmond, VA, in 1984. The band is best known for its elaborate science fiction/horror film inspired costumes, obscene lyrics and graphic stage performances, which feature humorous enactments of politically and morally taboo themes. Their grotesque costumes make them easy to identify, and their science-fiction mythology theme only adds to the band portrayal of them being warriors.

Omar Apollo at The Momentary

Omar Apollo

Following the release of his brand new album God Said No, Omar Apollo hits the road for a huge tour of North America! After some huge tour dates supporting Billie Eilish and SZA in 2023, Omar is back on his own terms and ready to capture audiences hearts again with his brand of alternative pop, the likes of which has seen him rise and rise over the past couple of years.

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