Score complimentary tickets to January concerts at House of Blues

Badfish | Photo courtesy of House of Blues

Snag complimentary tickets to select live concerts when you RSVP at House of Blues in Downtown throughout January 2020.

As we enter a new decade, take a look back on music past, including tunes from the ’80s and ’90s, with complimentary tickets to special live shows at House of Blues in Downtown.

Scroll down to see a list of shows eligible for complimentary tickets at House of Blues in January 2020. In order to receive tickets to these shows, you’ll need to click through the concert link and leave your RSVP.

Complimentary Shows (with RSVP) at House of Blues in January 2020

  • Who’s Bad: A Michael Jackson Experience | Friday, January 3 – Tour through the King of Pop’s extensive catalog when Who’s Bad performs fan favorites with a production seen in venues around the world. Doors at 8pm, show begins at 9pm.
  • The Molly Ringwalds | Saturday, January 4 – The ’80s-obsessed English quintet take the stage to deliver a radical show that dives into many of the most beloved songs of the 1980s. Doors at 8pm, show begins at 9pm.
  • Badfish: A Tribute to Sublime | Sunday, January 12 – Hear the sounds of 90’s California band Sublime when their tribute counterparts, known as Badfish, deliver renditions of popular songs like “What I Got”, “Santeria”, and “Garden Grove”. Doors at 7pm, show begins at 8pm.
  • Biz Markie: Decades Collide | Friday, January 24 – The legendary hip hop emcee hosts a flashback dance party with mashups of songs from the ’80s and ’90s. Doors at 7pm, show begins at 8pm.
  • Saved By The ’90s | Saturday, January 25 – Get ready for a dance party that is all that and a bag of chips, when Saved By The ’90s gathers all the fly favorites of the nineties. Doors at 7pm, show begins at 8pm.
The Molly Ringwalds | Courtesy of House of Blues

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