The Moody Blues have a very special show lined up for fans during their recently announced Days of Future Passed - 50th Anniversary Tour. The legendary British prog-rockers will headline on June 17 in Los Angeles at the season opener of the Hollywood Bowl.
The LA Times reports on Feb. 14 that multi-platinum sellers will be accompanied by the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra conducted by Tom Wilkins. The “Question” hitmakers hinted at this “special concert” when they first announced the initial dates of their upcoming U.S. summer tour on Tuesday.
The show will feature The Moody Blues and orchestra performing a selection of greatest hits and beloved album tracks from their massive back catalogue at the historic venue along with the first-ever live performance of their pioneering 1967 concept album in its entirety, which spawned such timeless hits as “Nights in White Satin” and “Tuesday Afternoon” . The evening will also include the L.A. Orchestra Youth and a spectacular fireworks show.
The L.A. date is the third show announced on The Days of Future Passed - 50th Anniversary Tour so far with more dates expected in the coming days. Earlier this week, the band announced their initial tour stops scheduled for June 20 in Engelwood, Colorado, at Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre, as well as in June 27 in Minneapolis at Orpheum Theatre.
Presales and VIP packages for Engelwood and Minneapolis are available now. Tickets go on sale to the public starting Fri., Feb. 17 at at 10:00 a.m. local time. For more information, click here.
Fans can also look forward to hitting seas with the band on their 5th annual Moody Blues Cruise, which sails Jan. 2 – Jan. 7, 2018 from Miami. aboard the Celebrity Eclipse. Joining The Moodies will be The Zombies, Alan Parsons, Jefferson Starship, and Dave Mason, among others. For more information, click here.