When Panic! at the Disco hit the pop-rock music scene in 2005, its sound was vastly similar to the wave of angsty neo-emo bands gaining popularity such as Fall Out Boy and Good Charlotte. Since then, the band has shifted its style to party beats influenced by dance music.
It’s time to break out your red leather jacket and dust off your zombiefied “Thriller” dance moves. In tribute to the late Michael Jackson, Who’s Bad keeps the king of pop’s hip-thrusting, chart-topping hits alive during this dynamic performance of robotic choreography and uncanny vocals. Sat 9 p.m.
DJ and producer Steve Aoki has worked with some of the biggest names in hip-hop—Kid Cudi, Will.i.am, and others—and he's remixed the work of many more. In addition to spinning records, Aoki also dabbles in crowd surfing, raft riding, and cake throwing during shows.Waka Flocka Flame and Borgore join him on tour in his attempt to "Aokify America." Tue 7:30 p.m.
Inspired by the story of two lovelorn elephants who met a tragic end, this Nederland-based acoustic indie quintet doesn't just make music, they make a difference. Through their music, they support a host of humanitarian causes and promote responsible stewardship of the planet. Aoife O'Donovan and Taarka will also perform. Fri 9 p.m.
Decked out in shiny, futuristic costumes, this Australian electro-pop duo offers nothing less than a cinematic experience. Their dreamy electronic anthems combined with smoke machines and colorful lighting round out to an unforgettable, otherworldy experience. Tue 9 p.m.
There may just be a whole lot of "hands touchin' hands" at this glittering, smoke-filled performance of Neil Diamond's greatest hits. Consistently performing sell-out shows, this band knows how to deliver the "real Neil" classics with fresh, unrestrained energy and enthusiasm. Sat 9 p.m.
With six albums in as many years and appearances at the country's biggest festivals, Portugal. The Man might be the most prolific band you've never heard of. Its newest album, Evil Friends, takes the band in a new lyrical direction while maintaining its psychedelic rock sound. Sat 9 p.m.
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