Event Details

BROODS

with Bad Sounds
Fri March 29, 2019
( Doors: 7:00 pm ) SHOW: 8:00 pm PDT
The Observatory North Park
2891 University Avenue, San Diego, CA
All Ages

Onsale schedule:

Fan Presale

Begins Tuesday, 12/4 at 7am

Ends Thursday, 12/6 at 11:55pm

Spotify Presale

Begins Wednesday, 12/5 at 10am

Ends Thursday, 12/6 at 11:55pm

General Onsale

Begins Friday, 12/7 at 10am

 

ALL AGES

This event is open to all ages. All guests under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent, guardian, or responsible adult over the age of 25 with written authorization.

Dinner and drinks are available at our connected restaurant - West Coast Tavern. Happy hour every day from 4 pm to 7 pm. The kitchen is open until midnight every day. More information: www.WestCoastTavern.com

Parking is available at the parking structure directly across the street from us on 29th St. Your ticket fee includes validation for the parking structure, which is redeemable at the venue.

 

BROODS
Bad Sounds

Bad Sounds – the band formed by Wiltshire-based brothers Ewan and Callum Merrett – release their debut album ‘Get Better’ on 17th August on Insanity Records. This sonic self-help manual exploring death, anxiety, friendship and more is a guide to not just getting through life, but living it to the max.

The brothers started on different musical paths before the band was born, Ewan was keen on making hip-hop beats and playing with samples, Callum was more engrossed in the soul, pop and R’n’B of Michael Jackson, Marvin Gaye and Curtis mayfield. Combining Ewan and Callum’s differing styles, they come together create the colorful and unique world that is Bad Sounds.

“A group that stands above the rest… carving out their very own space in the often-saturated music industry.”
Wonderland

“Zippy pop bang with a gently psychedelic side”
The Guardian

"Bad Sounds are one of the most exciting new groups in the country; a band whose myriad fresh sounds are matched by a stunning, creative, highly imaginative live show."
Clash

“Blending the bombastic nature of A Tribe Called Quest’s early material and the wicked storytelling of Jamie T”
NME