I think we can all utter a big sigh of relief as live music makes its return after the crazy year-plus that we've all endured. I know we are excited for the return of 103 GBF Damn Loud Rock Shows in Evansville, that's for sure!

On July 28th, 103 GBF is proud to present the Summerland Tour to the Victory Theatre with Everclear, along with Living Colour, Wheatus and Hoobastank. 19-year-old Kat Mykals is screaming on the inside! We're especially excited to have received a message from Hoobastank to share with you.

Tickets for this 103 GBF Damn Loud Rock Show are on sale now through the Ford Center Box Office as well as Ticketmaster.com. Get your tickets now so we can rock out the Victory Theatre on July 28th. The Victory is celebrating its 100th Birthday in 2021 and we're excited to be a part of that celebration!

According to a press release for the tour,

“After personally fighting Covid—19 for two months and managing the lingering symptoms, I’m so grateful that the numbers are going down, the vaccines are going up, and that we’re getting the chance to tour the U.S. again. I couldn’t be more proud of this year’s lineup of legendary alternative bands,” says Everclear frontman and Summerland Tour founder, Art Alexakis. “Living Colour, Hoobastank, and Wheatus have always been personal favorites of mine and I am so excited to share the stage with them this summer. I speak for the whole tour when I say we’re absolutely thrilled and grateful to get back out on the road and perform live again for our fans, friends, and family.”

The Summerland Tour with Everclear, Hoobastank, Living Colour & Wheatus will begin in July and will include a stop at Evansville's own, Victory Theatre on July 28, 2021. Tickets for this 103GBF Damn Loud Rock Show are on sale now at Ford Center Box Office or through Ticketmaster. Make sure you have the free GBF App too because we will have some app-exclusive opportunities for you to win tickets as we get closer to the show. To learn more about the Summerland Tour go here.

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