For a change, the Honda Civic Tour actually won’t be coming to Honda Center this year. Indeed, it won’t stop in Orange County at all.
That’s because the annual outing has nabbed two giant co-headliners — L.A. peers Linkin Park and Incubus — who combined could sell out multiple nights at that arena.
Thus, they require a larger spot to play: Sept. 8 at Home Depot Center in Carson, site of this weekend’s Wango Tango.
Mutemath will open that night as well as at the trek’s other Southern California stop, Sept. 10 at Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre.
That date is already on sale, $32.50-$107. The HDC show goes on sale Saturday, May 12, at 10 a.m. Check back for ticket prices.
Linkin Park’s next album, Living Things, drops June 26. The fifth proper effort from the group in a dozen years of studio work was co-produced by Rick Rubin and the band’s sonic shaper, Mike Shinoda.
Incubus, who just impressed at this past weekend’s Weenie Roast in Irvine, are still touring behind their seventh album, last summer’s If Not Now, When?
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