The Expendables

Epic, Rocking, Fun.

Best Seats for The Expendables

Upcoming Events Calendar

Mar 01

Fri . 10:00 PM

The Expendables

Ace of Spades, Sacramento, CA

Mar 02

Sat . 10:45 PM

The Expendables (18+) (Rescheduled from 1/11/24)

SLO Brew Rock, San Luis Obispo, CA

Mar 08

Fri . 11:00 PM

The Expendables (21+) (Rescheduled from 1/19/24)

Mystic Theatre, Petaluma, CA

Mar 09

Sat . 10:00 PM

The Expendables (Rescheduled from 1/18/24)

Strummer's, Fresno, CA

Mar 23

Sat . 02:00 AM

The Expendables

The Republik, Honolulu, HI

Apr 14

Sun . 11:00 PM

The Expendables (Rescheduled from 1/20/24)

Cornerstone, Berkeley, CA

May 31

Fri . 10:30 PM

Sublime With Rome with The Expendables (21+)

The Venue at Thunder Valley Casino Resort, Lincoln, CA
The Expendables have a reputation that precedes them, a captivating blend of reggae, rock, and ska that feels like the soundtrack to the best coastal road trip you've never taken. Emerging from the sun-soaked streets of Santa Cruz, California, they've etched their mark on the music scene with their unique brand of infectious melodies and rhythms.

The early days of The Expendables were humble, filled with dreams and passion. Their initial performances, often at quaint venues like "Beachside Tavern" in New Smyrna Beach, Florida, were intimate affairs. The close-knit settings allowed fans to experience the raw energy and intricate musical craftsmanship of the band up close. It was in these intimate venues that they fostered a loyal fan base, one that would come to define their incredible journey in the music industry.

However, small venues were just the beginning. As their popularity surged, larger arenas beckoned. "Cascade Theater" in Redding, California, was one such monumental venue. The expansive stage, the booming acoustics, and a sea of fans created a concert experience that was nothing short of electric. The heartbeats of thousands resonated with the band's pulsating beats, crafting memories that would last a lifetime.

Their rise was not solitary. Over the years, The Expendables have collaborated with a myriad of artists, introducing their fans to a diverse range of musical flavors. The "Summer Rhythms Fest" at "Starlight Grounds" in Boise, Idaho, was especially memorable. Sharing the stage with a notable indie rock ensemble, they showcased the versatility of their sound, blending seamlessly with different genres and proving their adaptability.

Securing tickets for a concert can be a task, more so when it's a band with the calibre of The Expendables. During their sold-out gig at "Lakeshore Drive-In" in Chicago, ticket prices varied widely, catering to all. While the more economical tickets started at around $40, ensuring that fans could afford a live experience, the best seats came in at around $150. But for the immersive experience, many believed it was worth every penny. Being in the best seats meant not just a visual treat but an auditory delight, feeling every note as if the band was playing just for you.

Their journey to this point has been steeped in dedication. The early days were challenging, juggling the struggles of making ends meet while staying true to their artistic vision. But it was their commitment to their craft, their fans, and their dreams that saw them perform at iconic venues like "Liberty Hall" in Lawrence, Kansas. The energy of such places, combined with The Expendables' explosive performance, created concert experiences that are spoken of in revered tones.

Every concert of theirs, irrespective of the venue's size, promises an escape, a journey to a world where the troubles fade, and All That Remains is music. The "Mystic Pines" concert in Flagstaff, Arizona, encapsulated this perfectly. Nestled amid the pines, with a cool breeze carrying their tunes, it felt ethereal.

The Expendables aren't just a band; they are an experience, a feeling. From their roots in the laid-back environs of Santa Cruz to dominating stages across the U.S., their journey has been inspirational. When the opportunity to attend one of their concerts arises, it's essential to prioritize seating. After all, while their music is universally mesmerizing, there's an unparalleled joy in snagging the best seats. It's more than just a concert; it's a communion, a shared experience of melodies, memories, and moments. So, the next time they roll into town, make sure you're there, in the heart of the action, living every beat and every note.

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

What kind of music does The Expendables play?
The Expendables play a mix of punk, ska, and reggae.
What is the best way to get to the show?
The best way to get to the show is to take public transportation or a ride-sharing service.
Is there an age limit for the show?
Yes, the age limit for the show is 18+.
Are there any special discounts available?
Yes, there are special discounts available for groups of 10 or more.
What time does the show start?
The show starts at 8pm.

Interesting Information about The Expendables

  • The Expendables have been playing together since 1997.
  • They have released seven studio albums.
  • The Expendables have toured extensively throughout the US and Europe.
  • The band has performed at festivals such as Warped Tour, Lollapalooza, and Bonnaroo.
  • The Expendables have been featured on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.