The Revolution Live San Diego (Let's Unite For Prince!)

Things to do
The Revolution Live  San Diego (Let's Unite For Prince!)
More Less
The Revolution Live San Diego (Let's Unite For Prince!) says
Since seeing them talk and perform at Paisley Park during Prince's "Celebration" this April, it became very clear that The Revoution are coming together and performing for the right reasons - to not only honor their legendary friend and bandmate, but to also help his fans and themselves grieve, process, and heal from the tremendous loss we all suffered.

San Diego should pack it in for this show. If we value music, individuality, acceptance, unity, and love, there should barely be room to stand in that venue that night.

Break out your purple finest, grab your friends, grab your family, and let's make it rain purple for Prince and for one another.

From the HOB website:
"Since the sudden shocking death of their friend and musical mentor, Prince, last April, the funk-rock- R&B band has remained mostly silent. All five members of the band have traveled through the terrible gamut of emotions since learning of Prince’s passing. Aside from three sold-out shows at the famous Minneapolis venue, First Avenue, the birthplace of Purple Rain, The Revolution has been quietly pondering its next steps.

"The concerns were how many dates, what would the fans want, and what do we do as a band to heal?" said Wendy. Soon the answer became crystal clear -- bring everyone together in the spirit of love and music. The Revolution would rise up and tour again in tribute and support of their beloved friend. “We’ve been really quiet, and we did that consciously, because we were grieving and didn’t want to be disrespectful. But the fans wanted the chance to feel the energy so we just want to give it back letting them experience what we were as a band for Prince," adds Wendy.

The Grammy® Award winning group is now rehearsing for the tour and are ready to bring back their powerful music and spread a message of hope, love, and unity. “Prince said that music is medicine,” Bobby relates, “People need it, and we need it, and we can make it as authentic as we can. In honor of him, we’ll give it everything we’ve got.”"
More Less