In a vibrant celebration of their 30-year journey in the music industry, the renowned alternative rock band BUSH announces an exciting North American tour. This tour, a commemoration of their rich musical heritage, will begin in the picturesque city of Bend, Oregon, highlighting a significant milestone in their illustrious career.
Dubbed "Bush - Loaded: The Greatest Hits Tour," this enthralling journey through music will start on Friday, July 26, at Bend's Hayden Homes Amphitheater. This tour promises to be a remarkable blend of nostalgia and musical brilliance, with notable stops including the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel, NJ (August 21), and culminating in an anticipated performance at the legendary Greek Theatre in Los Angeles (September 15).
Produced mainly by Live Nation, the tour is set to be an immersive musical experience, featuring Jerry Cantrell and Candlebox as special guests throughout the tour. The addition of these artists promises to enrich the tour's celebratory atmosphere. Fans can also look forward to more guest performers being announced, adding to the excitement of this musical extravaganza.
The artist ticket presale, which launched yesterday, January 16, at 12:00 PM ET/9:00 AM PT, offers fans early access to this musical journey. Alongside the presale, exclusive VIP Packages are also available, providing a unique experience for attendees. General ticket sales are set to commence on Friday, January 19, at 10:00 AM local time. For a complete tour itinerary and more details, fans can visit the band's official website, bushofficial.com/tour.
As a special tribute to their fans and the year that marked their breakthrough, select tickets in certain markets are offered at the symbolic price of $19.94. This price point is a nod to the year BUSH released their influential debut album, "Sixteen Stone," a gesture that celebrates both the album’s impact and the loyalty of their fans since the band's inception.
BUSH's rise to stardom is a tale of artistic resilience and evolution. Emerging from London in the 1990s, the band, under the leadership of Gavin Rossdale, quickly made a name for themselves with their unique blend of grunge and alternative rock. Their debut album, "Sixteen Stone," was a critical and commercial triumph, featuring timeless hits such as "Glycerine" and "Machinehead," and firmly establishing BUSH as a force in the rock music scene.
Throughout their career, BUSH has adeptly adapted to the changing tides of the music industry, continually evolving their sound while maintaining a strong connection with their fanbase. Their ability to stay relevant and beloved over the decades is a testament to their talent and appeal. As they celebrate this 30-year milestone, the tour stands as a vibrant showcase of BUSH's enduring charm and a tribute to a band that continues to resonate with and inspire fans around the world.