Fri Oct 11 2024

8:00 PM (Doors 7:00 PM)

Soul Kitchen

219 Dauphin St. Mobile, AL 36602

$32.50 - $135.00

All Ages

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Doors open at 700 and show time at 800.

Tickets are $32.50 in advance and $36 day of show (if available).  Seated Side Riser tickets are $85 (ltd qty).  $135 VIP w/ Ga ticket info below.

Get advance tickets starting Friday May 31st at 10am at www.soulkitchenmobile.com or by calling 866.777.8932.

Under 18 with a parent only.  Anyone under 21 pays $5 surcharge at the door.

All support acts are subject to change without notice.
 
VIP w/ GA ticket - $135
-One general admission ticket 
-Pre-Show Acoustic Performance with Switchfoot
-Q&A Session with Switchfoot
-Group photograph with Switchfoot
-Collectible tour poster; autographed by Switchfoot
-Specially designed Switchfoot merchandise bundle
-Commemorative VIP laminate & lanyard
-Early entry (where applicable)
-Limited availability 
 
For Switchfoot VIP package buyers. Buyers will receive an email approximately three days prior to the show date with VIP details, sent to the address submitted at time of purchase. One More Time VIP, the artist, tour, promoter, ticketing company, venue or any other affiliated parties are not responsible for outdated or inaccurate information provided by the consumer. All packages and package contents are non-transferable and not valid if purchased through fan-to-fan resale; no refunds or exchanges; all sales are final. Package elements are subject to change. VIP merchandise items will be distributed at the show. If you have any questions regarding your VIP package elements, please contact info@onemoretimevip.com
 

 

Switchfoot - The Beautiful Letdown World Tour

  • Switchfoot

    Switchfoot

    Pop

    2023 marks the 20th anniversary of Switchfoot’s seminal album, The Beautiful Letdown. The
    triple-platinum record included the chart topping hits, Meant To Live & Dare You To Move and
    changed the lives of the band members and a generation the world over.

    The underdog success story of The Beautiful Letdown exemplifies Switchfoot’s iconoclast, grassroots
    approach, defying the odds of major labels and mainstream media. When the band began the recording
    process, they believed that there was a real possibility this would be the last album they’d ever
    make.

    "We’d watched most of our favorite bands dissolve after 3-4 albums, and although there had been
    some exciting moments the year prior, we knew there was a very real chance this could be it for us.
    So we approached it like it WAS our last record. What are the last songs we want to sing? Let’s
    make that album” says bassist Tim Foreman.

    Teaming up with now legendary producer John Fields (Brandie Carlile, Jimmy Eat World, Ben Rector),
    Switchfoot dove headlong into the recording process.

    Lead singer and guitar player, Jon Foreman remenices, “Even 20 years later this part of my life
    still feels like a strange dream.

    At this point in our journey, we were at a crossroads as a band. There were no examples of anyone
    who was doing what we wanted to do, so we were essentially paving our own road; knowing it could be
    a dead end.

    Until I met John Fields, I'd never encountered anyone with a musical appetite that matched my own.
    Tracking was a glorious blur. We were sleeping on the studio floor or on the floor of our manager’s
    house. Meals were cheap and fast. We were pouring all of our free time into the songs- every day
    starting early and ending late. Unlike a lot of records, this was recorded, mixed and mastered in
    just a few weeks.”

    When the album was finished, one of the largest record labels in the world had signed on to release
    it and Switchfoot seemed poised for a wonderful new chapter. After years and albums of trying to
    make ends meet, the band was gearing up for a bigger audience than ever before.

    And that’s when their dream took a turn, “We flew out to play our first big show in New York City.
    The plan was to win over the east coast contingent of our new record company, and celebrate
    the album we were about to release.


    Instead, the band walked off stage to a much different reception. “Turns out, the head of the
    record company hated us. Halfway through our performance of Dare You To Move, he walked out of the
    room, yelling 'Why do you keep signing this $#!&' And boom, just like that, we were dropped before
    the album even came out.”

    Over the next few days, the band faced their fears and doubts in a new way. “Our rejection in New
    York brought up some big questions: Do we believe in these tunes? Are these songs still worthwhile?
    With or without the Columbia logo on the back?”

    Ultimately, we came to the conclusion that the record label’s opinion didn’t matter. We believed in
    these songs. And no record company logo or opinion could take that away. We decided to do what we
    had always done: singing in spite of whatever opposition we might face, paving our own road, and
    finding a way forward.”

    Fast forward a year, a few hundred shows & 2 million sold copies of the album later, the band was
    living in an entirely new world. Even the head of Sony records was a reluctant supporter.

    Drummer Chad Butler recalls, “There were so many unbelievable moments… Our songs were on the radio
    all over the world?! Our videos were on MTV, VH1, and all the late night shows wanted us to play!?
    It was a surreal crazy time for this young band from San Diego…

    Looking back, I realize the album was aptly titled - The Beautiful Letdown embraced a human story
    equally full of highs and lows.”

    Celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Beautiful Letdown, the band realizes just how important
    that rollercoaster was. “The journey of the beautiful letdown reminded us why we started playing
    music in the first place. It united us and gave us a deep appreciation for each other and the
    people that showed up to sing with us. We’re so excited to celebrate the release of The Beautiful
    Letdown (Our Version) and the worldwide journey that we’ve been on ever since. We can’t wait to
    take these songs on the road and play the album front to back for the first time ever!”

    Switchfoot has sold over 10 million copies worldwide of their thirteen studio albums (including
    their 2003 triple-platinum breakthrough The Beautiful Letdown and 2009's Grammy
    Award-winning Hello Hurricane), racked up a string of Alternative radio hit singles, and performed
    sold-out tours with over 5 million concert tickets sold in over 40 countries around the world.
    Through their unique blend of emotionally intelligent and uplifting brand of alternative rock,
    Switchfoot has earned a devoted and loyal global fan base.

    Switchfoot has raised over $2 million dollars to aid kids in their community through their Bro-Am
    Foundation.

    Switchfoot consists of Jon Foreman (vocals, guitar), Tim Foreman (bass), Jerome Fontamillas
    (keys, guitar) and Chad Butler (drums).
     

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Switchfoot - The Beautiful Letdown World Tour

Fri Oct 11 2024 8:00 PM

(Doors 7:00 PM)

Soul Kitchen Mobile AL
Switchfoot - The Beautiful Letdown World Tour

$32.50 - $135.00 All Ages

Doors open at 700 and show time at 800.

Tickets are $32.50 in advance and $36 day of show (if available).  Seated Side Riser tickets are $85 (ltd qty).  $135 VIP w/ Ga ticket info below.

Get advance tickets starting Friday May 31st at 10am at www.soulkitchenmobile.com or by calling 866.777.8932.

Under 18 with a parent only.  Anyone under 21 pays $5 surcharge at the door.

All support acts are subject to change without notice.
 
VIP w/ GA ticket - $135
-One general admission ticket 
-Pre-Show Acoustic Performance with Switchfoot
-Q&A Session with Switchfoot
-Group photograph with Switchfoot
-Collectible tour poster; autographed by Switchfoot
-Specially designed Switchfoot merchandise bundle
-Commemorative VIP laminate & lanyard
-Early entry (where applicable)
-Limited availability 
 
For Switchfoot VIP package buyers. Buyers will receive an email approximately three days prior to the show date with VIP details, sent to the address submitted at time of purchase. One More Time VIP, the artist, tour, promoter, ticketing company, venue or any other affiliated parties are not responsible for outdated or inaccurate information provided by the consumer. All packages and package contents are non-transferable and not valid if purchased through fan-to-fan resale; no refunds or exchanges; all sales are final. Package elements are subject to change. VIP merchandise items will be distributed at the show. If you have any questions regarding your VIP package elements, please contact info@onemoretimevip.com
 

 
Switchfoot

Switchfoot

Pop

2023 marks the 20th anniversary of Switchfoot’s seminal album, The Beautiful Letdown. The
triple-platinum record included the chart topping hits, Meant To Live & Dare You To Move and
changed the lives of the band members and a generation the world over.

The underdog success story of The Beautiful Letdown exemplifies Switchfoot’s iconoclast, grassroots
approach, defying the odds of major labels and mainstream media. When the band began the recording
process, they believed that there was a real possibility this would be the last album they’d ever
make.

"We’d watched most of our favorite bands dissolve after 3-4 albums, and although there had been
some exciting moments the year prior, we knew there was a very real chance this could be it for us.
So we approached it like it WAS our last record. What are the last songs we want to sing? Let’s
make that album” says bassist Tim Foreman.

Teaming up with now legendary producer John Fields (Brandie Carlile, Jimmy Eat World, Ben Rector),
Switchfoot dove headlong into the recording process.

Lead singer and guitar player, Jon Foreman remenices, “Even 20 years later this part of my life
still feels like a strange dream.

At this point in our journey, we were at a crossroads as a band. There were no examples of anyone
who was doing what we wanted to do, so we were essentially paving our own road; knowing it could be
a dead end.

Until I met John Fields, I'd never encountered anyone with a musical appetite that matched my own.
Tracking was a glorious blur. We were sleeping on the studio floor or on the floor of our manager’s
house. Meals were cheap and fast. We were pouring all of our free time into the songs- every day
starting early and ending late. Unlike a lot of records, this was recorded, mixed and mastered in
just a few weeks.”

When the album was finished, one of the largest record labels in the world had signed on to release
it and Switchfoot seemed poised for a wonderful new chapter. After years and albums of trying to
make ends meet, the band was gearing up for a bigger audience than ever before.

And that’s when their dream took a turn, “We flew out to play our first big show in New York City.
The plan was to win over the east coast contingent of our new record company, and celebrate
the album we were about to release.


Instead, the band walked off stage to a much different reception. “Turns out, the head of the
record company hated us. Halfway through our performance of Dare You To Move, he walked out of the
room, yelling 'Why do you keep signing this $#!&' And boom, just like that, we were dropped before
the album even came out.”

Over the next few days, the band faced their fears and doubts in a new way. “Our rejection in New
York brought up some big questions: Do we believe in these tunes? Are these songs still worthwhile?
With or without the Columbia logo on the back?”

Ultimately, we came to the conclusion that the record label’s opinion didn’t matter. We believed in
these songs. And no record company logo or opinion could take that away. We decided to do what we
had always done: singing in spite of whatever opposition we might face, paving our own road, and
finding a way forward.”

Fast forward a year, a few hundred shows & 2 million sold copies of the album later, the band was
living in an entirely new world. Even the head of Sony records was a reluctant supporter.

Drummer Chad Butler recalls, “There were so many unbelievable moments… Our songs were on the radio
all over the world?! Our videos were on MTV, VH1, and all the late night shows wanted us to play!?
It was a surreal crazy time for this young band from San Diego…

Looking back, I realize the album was aptly titled - The Beautiful Letdown embraced a human story
equally full of highs and lows.”

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of The Beautiful Letdown, the band realizes just how important
that rollercoaster was. “The journey of the beautiful letdown reminded us why we started playing
music in the first place. It united us and gave us a deep appreciation for each other and the
people that showed up to sing with us. We’re so excited to celebrate the release of The Beautiful
Letdown (Our Version) and the worldwide journey that we’ve been on ever since. We can’t wait to
take these songs on the road and play the album front to back for the first time ever!”

Switchfoot has sold over 10 million copies worldwide of their thirteen studio albums (including
their 2003 triple-platinum breakthrough The Beautiful Letdown and 2009's Grammy
Award-winning Hello Hurricane), racked up a string of Alternative radio hit singles, and performed
sold-out tours with over 5 million concert tickets sold in over 40 countries around the world.
Through their unique blend of emotionally intelligent and uplifting brand of alternative rock,
Switchfoot has earned a devoted and loyal global fan base.

Switchfoot has raised over $2 million dollars to aid kids in their community through their Bro-Am
Foundation.

Switchfoot consists of Jon Foreman (vocals, guitar), Tim Foreman (bass), Jerome Fontamillas
(keys, guitar) and Chad Butler (drums).
 

Please correct the information below.

Select ticket quantity.

Complete the security check.

Select Tickets

All Ages
limit 10 per person
General Admission
$32.50
Seated Side Riser
$85.00
Switchfoot Standard VIP w/ GA Ticket
$135.00

Delivery Method

ticketFast
Will Call