The Beach Boys at Meadow Brook Amphitheatre

The Beach Boys Tickets

Meadow Brook Amphitheatre | Rochester Hills, Michigan

The Beach Boys

Up for a dose of some 'Good Vibrations? The Beach Boys are heading back to the road! Keeping all the summer feels alive and kickin', they're launching endless nights of their greatest hits at the "Endless Summer Gold" tour. Led by Mike Love, the band is serving blasts from the past, featuring nonstop performances of their timeless hits. This year's run also features special guest Dave Mason. Part of the trek includes a stop at Meadow Brook Amphitheatre on Friday, July 5. This time around, the boys are also gearing up for the release of their upcoming book, "The Beach Boys by The Beach Boys", hitting the shelves this April for a limited run. It's always a tale of fond memories and surfin' across the U.S.A. with The Beach Boys. With 29 full-length albums up their sleeve, every set on tour is bound to be a blast, and you'll be singin' your heart out to every track on the list. Don't miss out by booking your tickets now!

Led by Mike Love, The Beach Boys have come a long way, becoming one of the nation's greatest bands. Known as a pioneer in the surf music scene, the band's roster of hits - "Wouldn't It Be Nice", "Good Vibrations", "Rock and Roll Music", and "Surfin' U.S.A." marked memories cherished around the world. Embarking on the "Endless Summer Gold" tour, they're sharing decades of legendary music that shaped generations of surf rockin' lives. As the previous year saw the band's "Pet Sounds" breathed a new life via its Dolby Mix, and a greatest hits tour as "America's Band", there's no stoping the boys' summer vibes.

Since the early '60s, the boys have caused a surge in demand for their surf rock anthems. Formed by the Wilson brothers, the band caused their label to go bankrupt due to unpaid orders for their debut single "Surfin'". Since then, they continued to release rockin' bangers and grow their fanbase globally. Back then, Capitol's Nick Venet hailed the boys as "teenage gold". They surely shaped generations of teenagers' sweet surf rockin' days.

To date, they have 20 studio albums and 11 live albums in their discography. Dubbed "America's Band", they became an icon for surf rock anthems that send 'good vibrations to every soul, all year round. With various inductions into Hall of Fames, the legendary status of their hits speaks for itself.

In 2023, 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. Featuring showstopping performances of their timeless hits, it was a trip down memory lane featuring old and new generations of iconic artists in music, united by the music of The Beach Boys.

"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,"

No matter what hurdles and challenges come their way, The Beach Boys' passion for music always pulls through. Sharing fond memories with generations of fans across their legacy spanning decades of hits, "And maybe the songs keep us alive, too," he added.

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The Beach Boys at Meadow Brook Amphitheatre

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