idobi Summer School

Fri Aug 16 2024

5:00 PM (Doors 4:00 PM)

SOMA - Mainstage

3350 Sports Arena Blvd San Diego, CA 92110

$25.00

All Ages

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idobi Summer School
The Home Team
Magnolia Park
Scene Queen
Stand Atlantic
Honey Revenge
Letdown

Tour Presale; 4/2 at 9am PT
Live Nation Presale: 4/2 at 10am PT
Ticketmaster Presale: 4/2 at 10am PT
Spotify Presale: 4/3 at 10am PT
GA Public Onsale: 4/5 at 9am PT

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Craft Beer Available
General Admission. Standing Room Only. All Ages.

Masks will not be required for entry. Based on the latest local guidelines, attendees are no longer required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test for entry into this event. However, the California Department of Health strongly recommends that all attendees are fully vaccinated or obtain a negative COVID-19 test prior to attending the event.

Clear Bag Policy
The following bags are allowed:
• Clear Plastic, Vinyl, or PVC Bags (Maximum Size: 12”x6”x12”)
• Small Clutch Bags Approximately the size of a hand (Maximum Size: 4.5”x6.5”)


 

Live Nation presents...
idobi Summer School

  • The Home Team

    The Home Team

    Post-Punk

     
    About The Home Team: Bringing heavy-pop to the forefront of the scene with their unique approach to the pop-rock sound, The Home Team is ready to take the country by storm. The Seattle based 4-piece band have a long history of DIY touring and continue to work diligently to make a name for themselves. They released a string of EPs from 2014-2016, catching the eyes of many fans with their electrifying live performance
     
    In early 2018, The Home Team signed with the Revival Recordings and released their first label single, “Fashion Forward.” The band went on to share several singles including "Ageless," "She's Quiet" and "Since We All Fell Apart." In July 2018, The Home Team released their debut full-length album, Better Off showcasing all previously released singles.
     
    As 2020 approached, The Home Team hit the studio with Skyler Acord and Seb Barlow to record the follow up to Better Off, Slow Bloom, which released in the summer of 2022. The band shared a deluxe version of Slow Bloom featuring new tracks “FOMO (Bored of You)” and “Grievance Pay.” Now the band continues to showcase growth in their career in 2023 by signing to Thriller Records and working on releasing new music this year.
     
  • Magnolia Park

    Magnolia Park

    Pop Punk

    Made up of lead vocalist Joshua Roberts, guitarists Tristan Torres and Freddie Criales, bassist Jared Kay, drummer Joe Horsham, and keyboardist Vincent Ernst, Magnolia Park have recorded almost all their output to date with Audio Compound producers Andrew Wade and Andy Karpovck. The first iteration of the band formed in 2019, with a mission of inventively fusing genres while increasing inclusivity in the punk world. “There’s not a lot of people of color in our scene, so we want to show everyone that it’s okay to look like us and play this kind of music,” says Torres. Roberts adds: “We have an amazing opportunity to connect with a lot of people through our music, and we definitely want to use that to make a positive impact.”
    The follow-up to their early-2021 EP Dream Eater, Halloween Mixtape features such standout tracks as “Kids Like Us,” an anthem for all those who’ve struggled with being marginalized. “That song came from me and Josh and Freddie talking about certain experiences we’ve all had over the course of our lives,” says Torres. “It speaks about growing up as a person of color, dealing with police brutality and fighting against racism. To this day we still get hate from people telling us that we can’t play the music we’re playing because of the color of our skin, so we want to let all the kids know that they can do whatever they want to do, and that nobody’s hatred should get in the way of that.”
    Named for a park in their hometown, Magnolia Park first discovered their singular sound with a track called “Outside,” released in early 2020. “From the beginning we knew we wanted to create something new that mixed hip-hop and pop-punk and emo and electronic music, and that song took it to a whole new level,” says Torres. After the premiere of “Outside,” Magnolia Park continued putting out singles and building up their following, then headed out on tour with Lil Lotus in summer 2021. Following a show at The Echo in Los Angeles, the band’s deal with Epitaph was quickly set in motion. “Epitaph felt like the perfect fit for us, and we’re really excited for the band to be moving forward with them,” says Kay.
    With the arrival of their Epitaph debut, Magnolia Park look forward to raising even further awareness of the issues they find essential, including mental health. “Some of the band members struggle with mental health problems, and a big part of our music is shining a light on that,” says Torres. “It’s such a crazy world to begin with, and then when you add all the stress of the pandemic and the hatred that so many people are dealing with, it’s really easy to feel lost.”
    Along with providing comfort and connection through their music, Magnolia Park hope to bring a deep sense joy to their audience. “We’re all just very down-to-earth people who love making music together,” says Kay. “We want our songs to leave people in a better place than they were before, and hopefully make a lasting impression on this generation and those to come.”
  • Scene Queen

    Scene Queen

    Alternative Rock

  • Stand Atlantic

    Stand Atlantic

    Pop Punk

    Stand Atlantic has no intention of slowing down. Ever since the Australian four-piece released their breakthrough EP Sidewinder in 2017, the band was dubbed one of the "Hottest Rock Artists" in the world by Kerrang!, and they set their sights on proving it. Less than a year later, in 2018, Stand Atlantic signed to US-based Hopeless Records and released their critically-acclaimed debut album, Skinny Dipping, landing on many Top 10 lists, and receiving coveted accolades like triple J's "Feature Album" and Most Played, as well as BBC Radio 1's "Album Of The Weekend." The band embarked on a monumental touring run that saw them gain international recognition and sold out headline shows across the USA, UK, Europe, and Australia.
    In 2020, Stand Atlantic released their sophomore album, Pink Elephant, which launched the band to new heights. The album charted on the Billboard Top 100 and UK Top 200 Albums for the first time. The band were on the front cover of UK's Rock Sound Magazine and were awarded 'Best Breakthrough Artist' at the Rock Sound Awards. The band also saw their lead single, "Blurry" crowned #1 Most Played on triple J Australian radio, reaching #143 on their year-end Hottest 100 and 200 countdown. This set the stage for Stand Atlantic's debut on triple J's flagship event/show "Like A Version."
    Having amassed over 100 million streams since inception, cultivated a dedicated following, and having multiple upcoming sold-out shows on the horizon, the band is set-up to make 2022 their biggest yet... and they're still not even thinking about slowing down. 
     
  • Honey Revenge

    Honey Revenge

    Pop Punk

  • Letdown

    Letdown

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Live Nation presents...

idobi Summer School

Fri Aug 16 2024 5:00 PM

(Doors 4:00 PM)

SOMA - Mainstage San Diego CA
idobi Summer School

$25.00 All Ages

idobi Summer School
The Home Team
Magnolia Park
Scene Queen
Stand Atlantic
Honey Revenge
Letdown

Tour Presale; 4/2 at 9am PT
Live Nation Presale: 4/2 at 10am PT
Ticketmaster Presale: 4/2 at 10am PT
Spotify Presale: 4/3 at 10am PT
GA Public Onsale: 4/5 at 9am PT

____

Craft Beer Available
General Admission. Standing Room Only. All Ages.

Masks will not be required for entry. Based on the latest local guidelines, attendees are no longer required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test for entry into this event. However, the California Department of Health strongly recommends that all attendees are fully vaccinated or obtain a negative COVID-19 test prior to attending the event.

Clear Bag Policy
The following bags are allowed:
• Clear Plastic, Vinyl, or PVC Bags (Maximum Size: 12”x6”x12”)
• Small Clutch Bags Approximately the size of a hand (Maximum Size: 4.5”x6.5”)


 

Please correct the information below.

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All Ages
limit 6 per person
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NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES - Refunds will only be issued if and when an event Cancels. Postponed events are not eligible for refunds.