Johnny Mercer Theatre | Savannah, Georgia
The nation's favorite, America's legendary surf-rock band The Beach Boys, is out to send 'good vibration throughout the year, mapping out a series of shows led by Brian Wilson and Mike Love. The Beach Boys are set to bring 'fun fun fun back to the live stage at Johnny Mercer Theatre on Sunday, 21st of May 2023. With decades of legendary songs up their sleeve, The Beach Boys are set to continue serving surf rock hits live on stage for years to come. Get ready to be taken back to the '60s as "Sufin' USA", "Kokomo", and "Good Vibrations" makes fills the venue, led by the one and only The Beach Boys. Book your tickets now!
America's Band, The Beach Boys, is back for a big run of tour treks this 2023. Led by Brian Wilson and Mike Love, the legendary surf rockers are taking decades of hits back to the live stage. Highly regarded as one of the world's most influential bands, The Beach Boys was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988. As the band continues to serve live renditions of its industry-defining surf rock anthems, fans of all generations can expect extra doses of good vibrations at every Beach Boys show.
"What started as a family hobby became a profession, and a vocation. Not without challenges, changes, ups and downs." Mike Love shared in an interview with The Telegraph. "We lost a couple along the way. But we’re still on the road, keeping those songs alive,"
Having sold over a hundred million records worldwide, The Beach Boys has gone through over five decades of touring and a handful of iconic moments in the global music scene. The band is highly acclaimed for their hit tracks "Surfin' U.S.A.", "Be True to Your School", "Fun, Fun, Fun", "I Get Around", "Help Me, Rhonda", "Rock and Roll Music", "Kokomo", "Good Vibrations", and many more.
Widely recognized as one of the most successful and influential bands globally, The Beach Boys scored 37 tracks that hit the Top 40 in the US Billboard Hot 100, the most among American bands. They also featured in various lists of greatest artists of all time by various publications including Rolling Stone.
From bankrupting an American indie label with unpaid orders for their debut single "Surfin'", the band came a long way, selling over a hundred million records around the globe throughout their career. Hailed as "teenage gold" by Nick Venet of Capitol Records who scouted the band, The Beach Boys definitely hit gold as one of the biggest artists to exist.
"And maybe the songs keep us alive, too," Mike Love added. "We’ve been able to influence a lot of people, and that’s something to be proud of". It certainly is something to take pride in, with over five decades of touring, this goes to show how The Beach Boys' music continues to transcend throughout time across every generation.
"The positivity of our music has helped us endure. There’s enough negativity in the world, so to have something that makes people feel good is really important."
Having made history through surfing across the U.S.A. with music that earned legendary statuses, make sure to save your spots at The Beach Boys' show at Johnny Mercer Theatre on May 21st by booking your tickets now!