Incubus at The Pearl at Palms Casino Resort



The Pearl at Palms Casino Resort

  • Friday, May 22 & Saturday, May 23 at 9 p.m.

GRAMMY-nominated, multi-platinum selling band Incubus brings a special two-night engagement to the intimate Pearl Theater inside Palms Casino Resort on Friday, May 22 and Saturday, May 23 at 9 p.m. Produced by Live Nation, the shows mark the 20th anniversary for the acclaimed album, Make Yourself. Tickets start at $54.95, plus applicable fees.

Tickets for Incubus are $54.95, $75.95, $89.95, $159.95 and $299.95 (front row), plus applicable fees and are on sale now. Doors open at 8 p.m. Guests under 21 must be accompanied by an adult. Tickets can be purchased at the Pearl Theater box office, any Station Casinos Rewards Center or online at For more information, please visit or For exclusive ticket pre-sale information connect with Palms Casino Resort and the Pearl on Twitter @Palms and @PearlatPalms, Instagram @Palms and Facebook.

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Incubus – Brandon Boyd (Vocal), Mike Einziger (Guitar), Jose Pasillas II (Drums), Chris Kilmore (Keyboard/DJ) and Ben Kenney (Bass) – have sold over 23 million albums landing four Top 5 debuts on theBillboardTop 200 and one No. 1 album. The band saw global success across eight studio albums having achieved RIAA gold, platinum and multi-platinum success along with four singles hitting No.1 on theBillboardAlternative Song chart, including “Drive,” “Megalomaniac,” “Anna Molly” and “Love Hurts.” For more information on Incubus visit:

The band has cemented its legacy in not just music but in giving back with their nonprofit, The Make Yourself Foundation. The foundation was started in 2003 by the band, and serves as a vehicle for its members to support causes they care about. With the help of fans around the world, the nonprofit raises money and awareness for nonprofits of various categories, and create opportunities to give back to the audience for giving back to the world. Since its inception, MYF has raised several million dollars and awarded grant funding to more than 60 nonprofit organizations.

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