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Sublime with Rome

SOJA & Common Kings

July 21

6:30 pm

Gates open at 5:30pm.

GATES: 5:30pm | SHOW: 6:30pm

SEATING
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GA PIT 
GA PIT Is a standing area only. Chairs are not provided. Chairs are not allowed in this area.

GENERAL ADMISSION LAWN
General admission Lawn seating starts behind the reserved seats and ends at the Crescent Deck in the back of the venue where the reserved table seats are located. You may bring your own chair (any height). Low Beach chairs may be rented for $5.00 cash at Guest services

RESERVED TABLE SEATS
Reserved Table seats are covered by a roof and are located behind the lawn seats. Numbered tables are 6 seat tables (1-44), 4 seat tables are lettered (A-FF) and are higher pub tables.

A small fee will be added to the prices when paying by credit or debit card.  Cardholder must be present with a valid photo ID when paying at the venue Box Office with a credit or debit card. Tickets for Booth Amphitheatre events are subject to applicable taxes and fees. Unless otherwise stated, posted prices include a 7.25% NC Sales & Use tax.

Ticket Limit: 8 Per Person | General public tickets on sale now
* All dates, times, acts & prices are subject to change without notice.

Every ticket for this show includes a digital download of Sublime with Rome’s forthcoming album, Blessings. You will receive an email with more details about this offer approximately 7 days after your purchase.

GUESTS WITH DISABILITIES:
Booth Amphitheatre is completely accessible to all areas of the venue for our Guests with disabilities.

  • Accessible Seating is available to purchase in all price levels/seating areas.
  • Please note the 4 seat Pub Tables are NOT wheel Chair accessible.
  • “ADA” Price code =Accessible seating.
  • Patrons needing assistance to their seats please ask our gate supervisor to call for Rex Healthcare and they will assist you when you arrive for the event.

Sublime With Rome
The wait is over! Sublime With Rome returns long at last with new music in 2018 to complement their first two album releases, Sirens, the 2015 effervescent follow up to the band’s 2011 debut release Yours Truly. “Wicked Heart” will be the first single out late July off their yet untitled upcoming album to come out around Spring 2019.

“We had more time, we know each other better now, and we’re even better musicians,” said Rome Ramirez, who was just 20-years-old when he embarked on this journey.

With Sublime bassist and co-founder Eric Wilson anchoring the group, Sublime With Rome are armed with a new album that makes a real statement… their statement. Produced by Rob Cavallo, who has worked with Green Day, My Chemical Romance, Linkiin Park and many more, the latest release is an expression of three musicians who truly get each other and who communicate seamlessly through their instruments.


ITEMS ALLOWED:
Lawn Chairs (any height)
Rain Coats & Ponchos
1 Bottle of factory sealed water
Small Personal sized Umbrellas (Umbrellas MUST come down when the performers are on stage

PROHIBITED ITEMS:
Blankets. towels & mats of any kind or size
Large Umbrellas
Pets
Drones
Weapons of any kind
Coolers
Food & beverages
Tents or staking
Camera with detachable Lenses
Audio/Video recorders
Grills/Smokers/Open flames Inside or outside the venue

CONCESSIONS
Venue concession stands will be open serving a variety of fantastic food and beverages. Please visit the venue website to view our menus options.

PICNIC IN THE PARK
Let us pack your picnic! Choose the “picnic in the park” option on our website on the Food & Beverage tab to pre-order dinner and pick it up when you arrive! Orders must be place at least 24 hours prior to the date of the event.

FOOD TRUCKS
Food trucks are located on the Lake path. Food trucks scheduled will be posted on our website 48 hours before the event.

Tickets for Booth Amphitheatre events are subject to applicable taxes and fees. Unless otherwise stated, posted prices include a 7.25% NC Sales & Use tax


SOJA
Nearly two decades ago, SOJA began as high school friends in a D.C. area basement teaching each other to be musicians and play roots reggae music. Today, the 2x GRAMMY-nominated eight-piece band, with over 7 million online followers and over 300 million Youtube views, headlines concerts all over the world for their massive dedicated fanbase. Even with their continued success, SOJA always wants to remember their time together in that basement inspired by each other’s contributions and ideas. The feeling of true magic, collaboration and brotherhood that started it all is still evident today in their music and each night at their live concerts. For their latest studio album, Poetry In Motion (Oct 27 2017), it was essential for SOJA to consciously go back to the beginning and recapture that same sincere, collaborative magic sparked 20 years ago.
“For your whole life money is the thing you’re scarce on,” frontman Jacob Hemphill says. “Then once you get busy enough time becomes the thing you’re most scarce on. So spending time at home becomes your most valuable commodity and then the collaborative process starts taking place over the phone and email instead of in person. For Poetry In Motion we asked ourselves, ‘What if we went back to the beginning and wrote, arranged, recorded and produced the entire thing together?’ All eight guys in one room to create something special. That was the approach to this record – to make something we truly love and did all together.”

SOJA is: Jacob Hemphill – Vocals / Guitar Bobby Lee – Bass Ryan Berty – Drums Patrick O’Shea – Keyboards Ken Brownell – Percussion Hellman Escorcia – Saxophone Rafael Rodriguez – Trumpet Trevor Young – Guitar / Vocals


COMMON KINGS
Common Kings’ style and music is a collection of inspirations orchestrated into an array of head rocking beats, feel good vibes, and emotional fever. Their crazy, fun-loving attitude compliments Common Kings’ live sound, producing phenomenal hits with rock, reggae, and island influences. These influences originate from each band members love for various genres, and widespread knowledge of music. The majority of Common Kings were born in the South Pacific, and raised in Orange County, California. Growing up with households full of colorful personality and vibrant passions for music, Common Kings’ members naturally grew up forming individual musical paths. This musical journey involved mimicking and listening to artists such as Van Morrison, Stevie Wonder, Geourge Benson, Jim Croce, Michael Jackson, The Who, Led Zepplin, Gypsy Kings, Earth Wind and Fire, Bob Marley and more. The culmination of these musicians explains exactly who the Common Kings are.

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