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Sep 26
Sep 26
Goldenvoice presents

Anderson .Paak and The Free Nationals

Date: Thursday, September 26, 2024
Start Time: 7:00 PM
Gates Open: 5:30 PM
Sections General Admission - Floor: $105.50
Sections J, K, L, M, N, O - Preferred
Section H: $135.50
Sections G, I: $125.50
Section E: $95.50
Sections D, F: $85.50
Section B: $65.50
Sections A, C
Sections W1, W2 - ADA: $55.50

Ticket limit is 8.
The prices listed above are for tickets purchased in person directly at the Santa Barbara Bowl Box Office.
There is a transfer delay on all tickets.
Any purchase over the limit is subject to cancellation without notification.
General Admission floor is standing only.

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Anderson .Paak and The Free Nationals

Multi-hyphenate global superstar Anderson .Paak has no plans of slowing down. He spent his childhood playing drums in his church band in Oxnard, California. Continuing to pursue his passion, he released his debut album, Venice, in 2014 followed by Malibu two years later, landing him his first GRAMMY nomination. By 2021, he had four GRAMMY wins under his belt, most notably for his single “Lockdown,” which was released on Juneteenth following his participation in a Los Angeles protest against police brutality. The same year, he debuted his collaborative R&B superduo Silk Sonic, alongside Bruno Mars, whose single “Leave The Door Open” garnered over one billion streams, earned them four more GRAMMYs and led to a sold-out Vegas residency.

Now an 8x GRAMMY Award winner, producer, songwriter, artist & director, Anderson .Paak continues to expand his achievements. Debuting in 2022, his alter ego DJ Pee .Wee showcases his Vinyl DJ sets with past performances at the likes of the Met Gala, F1 Las Vegas, and Coachella. Meanwhile, he also founded his own label APESHIT, teaming up with Universal Music Group, while also directing multiple music videos, landing a 2022 BET Award for “Best Director” and being credited on the highly regarded music video for Leon Bridges’ “Motorbike.” He also continues his philanthropic efforts with the Brandon Anderson Foundation with his annual .Paak House event which benefits underserved youth in areas of art & music. Currently, .Paak is in production on his feature film directorial debut K-POPS, a dramatic comedy that takes inspiration from his life, bridging family lineages and cultures, while also gearing up for the release of Why Lawd?, an album by NxWorries, a duo group formed in 2015 by .Paak and producer Knxwledge.

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