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Lifehouse & Switchfoot: Looking For Summer Tour

w/ Brynn Elliot

September 3

7:00 pm

$39.50 - $75

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All tickets are reserved seating. Call 417-863-9491 with any questions.

The Gillioz is a historic venue built in 1926. As a result of this, the seating in the balcony is closer together than the seating in the orchestra section. If you or a member of your party is tall and require more leg room, we would advise purchasing tickets in the orchestra section.
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Since their debut album, No Name Face, released in 2001, Lifehouse has sold over 10 million records worldwide and has played to sold out shows around the globe throughout their 17 year career. Comprised of Jason Wade (lead vocals, guitar), Bryce Soderberg (bass, vocals) and Ricky Woolstenhulme Jr. (drums, percussion), Lifehouse is an American rock band like no other. Unlike many bands that came to prominence in the early 2000s, Lifehouse has been impossible to pigeonhole into a subgenre of rock. Instead they’ve spanned the spectrum as well as the radio dial. With songs in the top 10 of Billboard’s Hot 100, Alternative Songs, Adult Top 40, Mainstream Top 40, Adult Contemporary and Adult Pop charts, Lifehouse has proven their versatility and longevity.

SWITCHFOOT has been unearthing all manner of musical gems since their 1997 debut The Legend of Chin, steadily expanding their global fan base and critical reputation through such releases as New Way to Be Human (1999), Learning to Breathe (2000), the multi-platinum breakthrough The Beautiful Letdown (2003), Nothing Is Sound (2005), Oh! Gravity (2006), the Grammy award-winning Hello Hurricane (2009), Vice Verses (2011) and Fading West (2014). The latter album doubled as the soundtrack to the band’s documentary of the same name. Along the way, SWITCHFOOT established itself as a world-class live act with a series of sold-out world tours, while racking up a string of radio hits, including “Meant to Live,” “Dare You to Move,” “Stars” and “Mess of Me”.

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