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Some may think that because Orange County is not the epicenter for music like Los Angeles that acts don’t come around as much. But, you’d be entirely wrong. This summer, acts from far and wide are visiting Orange County to show off their newest hits!
May 24, 2017

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Bishop Briggs
The Observatory
3503 S Harbor Blvd
Santa Ana, CA 92704
www.observatoryoc.com

Get ready to hear from one of the best bands artists right now. Bishop Briggs, by way of London and Tokyo, now lives in Los Angeles, and has experienced an unprecedented rise to fame over the past year. Straight off two incredible performances from Coachella for which she received rave reviews, Briggs, along with band members Ian Brendon Scott, Mark Jackson and Nik Hughes are set to take over the Observatory for a show you won’t want to miss. Briggs, with her soulful and booming voice that sends chills through the body of anyone listening, is backed up by the incredible music of Ian Scott, Mark Jackson and drummer Nik Hughes. Lively drum beats, slashing electronic guitar riffs and booming electronic hits will make you hooked to these songs the second you hear them. Doors open at 7pm and tickets are $20.

May 27, 2017

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JoJo
The Observatory
3503 S Harbor Blvd
Santa Ana, CA 92704
www.observatoryoc.com

Doors will open at 7pm for this show that will sure to delight audience members. JoJo, who first came to fame in 2006 with her hit song “Too Little, Too Late”, is known for her pop hits. Her latest album “Mad Love” came out in 2016 and features hits like “Vibe,” “FAB” featuring Remy Ma, and “I can Only” with Alessia Cara. Fans may get lucky and get JoJo along with special guests! The show is just $20 and open to all ages.

June 24, 2017

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Brad Paisley
Honda Center
2695 E Katella Ave
Anaheim, CA 92806
Capacity: 18,336
(714) 704-2400
www.ticketmaster.com

The Honda Center is about as appropriate of a venue as possible for an artist as big as Brad Paisley. Performing at the end of June, Paisley will light up the crowd with his catchy Country music tunes. With Grammy Awards, ACA Awards, Country Music Association Awards and more under his wing, Paisley has been catapulted into the upper echelons of the Country music scene over the past 18 years. His albums throughout the years have only gotten better, and his latest release “Love and War” is the reason he’ll be making the rounds this year. Expect to hear hits like “Today” and “Last Time For Everything” from his new album. But, don’t fear, as you can expect to hear some of his classics like “Whiskey Lullaby,” “Mud On The Tires,” and many more.

July 25, 2017

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John Mayer
Honda Center
2695 E Katella Ave
Anaheim, CA 92806
Capacity: 18,336
(714) 704-2400
www.ticketmaster.com

The Honda Center is about as appropriate of a venue as possible for an artist as big as John Mayer. The pop-artist, who has gone from his bluesy sound to a country sound and back again, will headline this huge arena at the end of the July. Doors open at 7pm, and fans can expect Mayer to pull out a wide range of hits from his past albums, as well as his latest “The Search For Everything.”

September 18, 2017

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City & Colour
Jazz at Lincoln Center
Segerstrom Center For The Arts
600 Town Center Dr
Costa Mesa, CA 92626
(714) 556-2787
www.observatoryoc.com

Tonight is your chance to see the legendary City & Colour, a singer-songwriting band with melancholy music that will have you mesmerized. For those who are familiar with their music, there’s no explanation needed on what makes them so great. For newcomers, City & Colour, or Dallas Green, plays folk acoustic music with a great indie sound and terrific songwriting.

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