City National Grove of AnaheimNovember 28, 2014 8:00 PM
2200 East Katella Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92806
The Beatles were one of the most influential bands that ever existed. The Fab Four, one of America's premiere Beatles tribute bands that started by playing gigs at Disneyland theme parks and has since moved on to become a touring entity. The Fab Four not only do covers, they also recreate classic Christmas songs as if the Beatles circa "Help" were performing them. This is one troupe that prefers the mop tops over the later-day era of the Beatles.
With a dead-on look and sound that Gwen Stefani herself has called "amazing," No Duh perfectly re-creates the high-energy experience of both a No Doubt and a Gwen Stefani concert all in one great night. No Duh draws from the pop-ska band's entire career, as well as Stefani's solo material, for a show featuring all of your favorite tunes, including "I'm Just A Girl," Spiderwebs," "Don't Speak," "Hey Baby," "It's My Life," "Hollaback Girl" and more. With infectious enthusiasm, No Duh completes the experience with iconic costumes and props from your favorite music videos. See them live at the House of Blues in No Doubt's own hometown, the "tragic kingdom" of Anaheim.
The Anaheim Ducks entered the National Hockey League in 1993 as the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. The Ducks were owned at the time by the Walt Disney Company, who had made the movie The Mighty Ducks the year before. They are members of the Pacific Division of the Western Conference.
Audien is the pseudonym of electronic music producer and DJ Nathaniel Rathburn. Hailing from Connecticut, he adopted his chosen moniker in 2008, when he began crafting a progressive fusion of trance and electro house. Audien quickly released his debut single "Rise & Shine," with Flashover Recordings in 2009, and has since dropped a steady stream of his own albums while also collaborating with some of EDM's biggest names, including Tiesto and Armin Van Buuren.