This week’s top concerts feature many 90’s favorites with The Goo Goo Dolls plays the Troubadour on the 15th. Sublime with Rome will stop at the Morongo Ballroom on the 18th. Blues rock duo The Black Keys will be at the Frank Erwin Center on the 19th and folk outfit The Head and The Heart stop at the Nob Hill Masonic Center on the 15th. Indie rapper Machine Gun Kelly will cap off the week with a show on the 21st at the House of Blues in Cleveland.
12/21 - Machine Gun Kelly at House of Blues Cleveland - Limited Tickets Available
Rap artist Machine Gun Kelly (or MGK) will play his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio at the House of Blues on the 21st. MGK put out his last mixtape Black Flag last year and recently appeared in the 2014 film Beyond The Lights. The rapper known for singles “Raise the Flag” and “Sail” is working on his second official full-length album due out sometime next year. Fans should expect to hear some new material.
Sublime with Rome will be playing at the Morongo Ballroom in Los Angeles, California on the 18th. Both Sublime and Rome are California natives, fans should expect an incredibly fun show with songs from Sublime’s catalogue such as “What I Got” as well as songs from 2011’s Sublime with Rome record Yours Truly. Sublime with Rome is current recording and touring with drummer Josh Freese and are working on a second record due out next year.
90’s rock darlings the Goo Goo Dolls are playing the Troubadour in West Hollywood, California on the 15th. The band last put out their tenth studio album Magnetic last year which was the last with longtime drummer Mike Malinin. The band was on an acoustic tour at the beginning of the year and over the summer went on a tour with Daughtry. This one off show is partnered with the Good Shepherd Shelter to raise money to assist victims of domestic violence.
Indie folk band The Head and The Heart will be at the Nob Hill Masonic Center in San Francisco, California. The band from Seattle put out their second album Let’s Be Still last year. The band’s short winter tour which started on the 2nd at Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City comes to an end with this San Francisco show being added recently. Fans should be on the lookout for new tour announcements and new album news for next year.
Blues rock duo The Black Keys are stopping in Austin, Texas for a show at the Frank Erwin Center on the 19th. Average ticket price for this show is at $112.97 but fans can get in for as low as $50. The band put out Turn Blue earlier this year to much acclaim led by singles “Turn Blue” and “Fever”. The Black Keys will also play the BOK Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma on the 20th and the Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri on the 21st.