The Beach Boys at Gerald R Ford Amphitheater

The Beach Boys Tickets

Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater | Vail, Colorado

The Beach Boys

Need a dose of 'Good Vibrations? Well, look no further! The Beach Boys are keeping all the summer feels alive and kickin' at their just-announced "Endless Summer Gold" tour. Led by Mike Love, the iconic and legendary band is kicking off a wild string of endless summer nights with Dave Mason as a special guest. Part of The Beach Boys' new run of shows includes a stop at Gerald R Ford Amphitheater on Thursday, August 15. Moreover, the boys are gearing up to share their upcoming book, "The Beach Boys by The Beach Boys", hitting the shelves this April for a limited run. Serving blasts from the past in this modern day and age, these endless summer nights are definitely golden. With over 29 LPs in their discography, every show's set is filled with nonstop hits. Get ready to sing your heart out to "Wouldn't It Be Nice", "Good Vibrations", "Rock and Roll Music", "Surfin' U.S.A.", and many more. Don't miss out by booking your tickets now!

Led by Mike Love, one of the nation's greatest bands is back to hit the stage. Keeping all the summer feels alive, The Beach Boys are launching endless summer nights of legendary hits at the "Endless Summer Gold" tour. Since the early '60s, the boys have blessed the earth with 'good vibrations, dropping some of the world's greatest summer hits - "Wouldn't It Be Nice", "Good Vibrations", "Rock and Roll Music", and "Surfin' U.S.A.".

To date, the boys have 29 studio LPs and 11 live albums up their sleeve. With various inductions in Hall of Fame awards, they truly deserve all the acclaim and legendary status. Dubbed as "America's Band", they truly are a representation of the nation's passion for surf rock anthems that send good vibrations all year round.

Last year, The Beach Boys were honored in the Grammy Salute to The Beach Boys, featuring various performances from a couple of stars including Weezer, St. Vincent, Beck, Brandi Carlile, Pentatonix, and many more. The special show shared amazing and faithful performances of the band's timeless and memorable hits. Every show with The Beach Boys is surely a trip down memory lane.

Founded by the Wilson brothers back in 1958 through 1961, the band's history wasn't a simple overnight success. Despite doubters and challenges along the way, they ended up bankrupting a label with unpaid pre-orders for their single "Surfin'". Following a local surge in demand for the boys' music, they signed a deal with Capitol, labeled as "teenage gold" by Nick Venet. Since then, they've been surfin' the charts across the U.S.A. and the world.

"What started as a family hobby became a profession, and a vocation." Mike Love shared with The Telegraph. "Not without challenges, changes, ups and downs. We lost a couple along the way. But we’re still on the road, keeping those songs alive,"

Keeping their legendary masterpieces alive, every show teleports audiences back to the good ol' days. Some of the hits you might witness come to life are "I Get Around", "Don't Worry Baby", "Let's Go Away for Awhile", "Wouldn't It Be Nice", "God Only Knows", "Kokomo", "California Girls", and "Surfin' U.S.A."

"And maybe the songs keep us alive, too," he added.

The Beach Boys at Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater

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