Badfish A Tribute To Sublime Tickets
Badfish is a tribute band formed purely out of passion for the popular ska punk band, Sublime. Incepted in 2001, the quartet has been continuing the legacy of that iconic band by performing its biggest hits like, Santeria, What I Got, 40 oz to Freedom and Wrong Way all around the world. Over the years, Badfish have built a solid reputation for being one of the loudest tribute groups in the world. They also have a Boston Music Award nomination for, ‘Best Tribute Act’ to their credit. They are now setting out on tour so, get these Badfish A Tribute to Sublime tickets and watch them perform live in your city.
Badfish A Tribute To Sublime Tickets
- Buy Badfish - A Tribute to Sublime, Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom Tickets for 07/02 08:00 PM Badfish - A Tribute to Sublime, Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom tickets for 07/02 08:00 PM at Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, Hampton, NH
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Badfish are keeping the music of Sublime alive. Named after one of the group’s most popular songs, they know how to keep the crowd going with their live shows as they deliver one of a kind experience. The group is now returning to the road. So, if you want to attend their concert live, then you can do so by grabbing your Badfish A Tribute to Sublime tickets.
Sublime: Coming to Prominence
Sublime are regarded as one of the biggest and most powerful ska-punk acts in history. They made an everlasting impact in the industry which is why their music is still quite popular. They were a massive hit among the fans in America and went on to sell more than fourteen million albums in the States.
Sublime' journey started when they came out with their debut studio album, ‘Jah Won’t Pay the Bills’ in 1991. Issued by their own label, Skunk Records, the record was packed with twenty songs including, Had a Dat, Don’t Push, Chick on My Tip and Johnny Too Bad. The songs contained elements of pop/rock.
The following year, the trio began to gain some traction in the United States when it dropped its second studio album, ‘40oz. to Freedom.’ It was an experimental record that was inspired by a variety of genres including, roots reggae, ska, dub and rocksteady. It contained twenty three songs in total out of which six were cover tracks. The album sold in excess of two million units in the U.S., earning double platinum certification by the RIAA and also received 3/5 stars from AllMusic.
The End of an Era
Two more studio albums were released by Sublime in the mid ‘90s. Titled, ‘Robbin’ the Hood’ and ‘Sublime,’ these two records helped cement their status as one of the biggest acts in ska punk. The latter turned out to be their final studio effort and hit the markets on July 30, 1996. It turned out to be their best album as the record was not only certified quintuple times platinum by the RIAA, but also made it to Rolling Stone’s list of, ‘The Essential Recordings of the ‘90s.’ After the release of their self-titled record, the band dissolved due to the untimely death of the group’s lead vocalist, Bradley Nowell.
The Emergence of Badfish
Sublime influenced many musicians with their music. That list includes, Joel Hanks, Scott Begin, Pat Downes and Dorian Duffy, members of Badfish. These four individuals from Rhode Island decided to form a sublime tribute band in 2001 and started to jam in different clubs around their hometown. This led to them gaining regional popularity and slowly, they began to make noise all around the United States.
Today, Badfish have become famous in all parts of the world. They now perform over one hundred and thirty shows each year and attract hundreds and thousands of people to their concerts. The band is accustomed to performing sell-out shows. They have sold-out major venues in the world including, House of Blues locations in Las Vegas, Chicago and the Atlantic City, the Starland Ballroom in New Jersey and the Toronto Opera House in Toronto.
Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime are now scheduled to hit the road again and will be performing their first show of the trek at the Brooklyn Bowl in the latter part of April. From there, they will go on to play music in venues like, the Stereo Garden, the Sherman Theater, The Ardmore Music Hall and the Clyde Theatre. If you never had a chance to attend a Sublime concert then by watching Badfish you can relive their music. So, book your Badfish A Tribute to Sublime tickets and let them take you on a thrilling ride of ska punk music.
Badfish A Tribute To Sublime Tour Dates 2021 & Concerts
Nothing beats the joy of watching your favorite music artist perform live! Badfish A Tribute To Sublime's concert dates are out and fans are looking forward to the upcoming shows. The next concert will be held in Hampton at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom on 2-Jul-21, while the last available date is for the event scheduled for Hampton at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom on 2-Jul-21. For complete information regarding dates and venues, please visit our website.
|Badfish - A Tribute to Sublime||Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom||Hampton, NH||Fri Jul 02 202108:00 PM|
|Badfish - A Tribute to Sublime||Rams Head Live||Baltimore, MD||Fri Apr 11 207003:30 AM|
|Badfish - A Tribute to Sublime||XL Live||Harrisburg, PA||Fri Apr 25 207003:30 AM|
Badfish A Tribute To Sublime Ticket Prices
The average price for Badfish A Tribute To Sublime Tickets start from $24. The minimum get in price is $24 for Badfish A Tribute To Sublime Tickets at the Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, Hampton. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Badfish - A Tribute to Sublime||Hampton||2-Jul-21||$24||$24|
|Badfish - A Tribute to Sublime||Baltimore||11-Apr-70||$52||$52|
|Badfish - A Tribute to Sublime||Harrisburg||25-Apr-70||$147||$147|
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