See the Classic 1960's Rock Band "The Zombies" in a FREE CONCERT at Santa Monica Pier (also Mystic Braves and KCRW DJ Dan Wilcox)
The Zombies are an English rock band from the 1960s who toured heavily and became popular in the United States. Rolling Stone ranked the band’s 1968 album, Odessey and Oracle, number 80 on their list of the 500 Greatest Albums of All Time.
The group was led by Rod Argent on piano, organ and vocals and Colin Blunstone on vocals. These two original band members have now paired up with talented backing musicians, and are now touring the U.S. and the U.K. The Zombies’ biggest hits in the U.S. and in the United Kingdom were their 1964 single, “She’s Not There”, “Tell Her No” and the 1969 single, “Time of the Season.”
The Zombies original band stayed together from 1962 – 1968. The Zombies' first UK LP, Begin Here (1965) was an equal mix of original songs and R&B covers. While continuing recording in 1965–66 and trying to achieve chart success, they recorded enough material for a follow-up album, but the lack of chart success kept most of those tracks from being issued. In 1967 the Zombies signed to CBS Records for whom they recorded the album Odessey and Oracle (the word odyssey was misspelled by cover designers).
For more information about this concert, The Zombies with Mystic Braves and KCRW DJ Dan Wilcox CLICK HERE.
Meeting: If you can't find us call or text Louis on his cell phone listed in the RSVP questions which you can find by clicking on the link in the upper right corner at "Your RSVP: Yes CHANGE."
What to bring: Bring a sweater or jacket. It might be cold and breezy on the pier.
Food and drinks: There are food and beverage options on the deck and at the various restaurants on the Pier or bring your own. Alcohol consumption is not permitted in public spaces.
Smoking is not allowed anywhere on the pier.
Parking: There is paid parking in the beach parking lots and on the street.
No tickets are necessary and no seating is provided.
For Frequently Asked Questions about Twilight Concerts on the Santa Monica Pier CLICK HERE
This event is crossposted in other Meetup groups.
You'll also have the chance to meet:
33 Intrepid Explorers from "Exploring LA like we don't live here"
5 Members from "Los Angeles Gay Theatre-goers (and friends) !"
4 Fun People from "Southern California Gay & Lesbian Club (and Friends)"
10 Theater and Concert Goers from "Southern California Theater and Concert Goers"
3 people enjoying the good life from "OC Good Life"
1 Foodies from "Foodie Connection"
1 Creative Explorers... from "A Downtown Los Angeles and Los Angeles Metro Meetup"
A total of 63 people are expected to attend!