Incubus, Badflower & Paris Jackson at Mohegan Sun Arena

Incubus Tickets

Mohegan Sun Arena | Uncasville, Connecticut

Take the wheel, and drive! Incubus, the platinum-selling band, is getting some SCIENCE ready to unleash the Fungus Amongus. They will be exploding some serious Light Grenades among us and absolutely destroying any Monuments with their sweet Melodies! Incubus will be performing at the Mohegan Sun Arena on Sunday, August 13th, 2023, alongside special guests Badflower and Paris Jackson, bringing the warmth of summer to the audience. Therefore, now is the time to take a Trust Fall; If Not Now, When? If you don't buy a ticket or more than 8 of them right now and bring some friends with you, you might end up being the only Crow Left of the Murder…… Oh! Absolutely, the heat and music of summer, just can't come soon enough!

Incubus, Badflower & Paris Jackson at Mohegan Sun Arena

Incubus has been able to attain commercial success thanks to the creation of many hit singles and the sale of multiple platinum albums. The band gained popular attention with the release of their third album, Make Yourself in 1999, which yielded multiple singles, including the band's highest charting song "Drive." The band's first two albums, Fungus Amongus, and, S.C.I.E.N.C.E., were released in 1995 and 1997, respectively. Both their fourth, Morning Vision, from 2001 and fifth albums, A Crow Left of the Murder…, from 2004, were critically acclaimed and commercially successful albums. Incubus finally achieved their first No. 1 album with, Light Grenades, in 2006, which was their sixth studio album overall. This was followed by, Monuments and Melodies in June 2009, which was their first greatest hits album, and If Not Now, When? in 2011. Incubus also issued a digital extended play (EP) titled Trust Fall (Side A) at the beginning of 2015. Exactly two years later, on April 21, 2017, the band issued their eighth studio album simply titled 8. The second extended play, titled Trust Fall (Side B), was released on April 17, 2020. As of October 2022, Incubus has racked up more than 23 million record sales throughout the globe.

Incubus are lead singer and guitarist Brandon Boyd, guitarist, keyboards, and backing singer Mike Einziger, Drummer José Pasillas, Chris Kilmore performs on turntables, keyboards, theremins, synthesizers, and piano, bassist and background singer Ben Kenney and touring bassist Tal Wilkenfeld. Throughout their career, Incubus has drawn inspiration from a wide range of musical subgenres and styles, including alternative metal, alternative rock, art rock, heavy metal, electro, funk, funk metal, jazz, hip hop, nu metal, pop, rap metal, techno, thrash metal, psychedelic music, post-grunge, pop metal, and trip hop. These influences can be heard thought the band's music. The band has been commended by a number of observers for their ambition, which has made it difficult to place them in a certain genre.

At the end of the tour season last year, the band stated they had plans for some fresh new music to come in 2023. “There’s no shortage of things to write about,” Boyd said about the world-changing events that have taken place since their last studio album, 8. “So I’m kind of chomping at the bit if I’m being honest. I’m almost at the point where I’m text begging, like, ‘Please! Meet me in the band room!'”

Incubus, Badflower & Paris Jackson at Mohegan Sun Arena

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