Dave Mason Tickets
Fred Kavli Theatre at Bank Of America Performing Arts Center | Thousand Oaks, CA
Prepare to be Alone Together with the one and only Dave Mason this October 29 at the Fred Kavli Theatre. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famer extends his series of shows to give his fans in California the fun and excitement of his 2022 concert. Catch the 76-year-old music legend in an evening that encapsulates his six-decade endurance as an icon in rock history. If You've Got Love for Mason's greatest hits, such as "So Good To Be Home," "Feeling Alright," "Every Woman," and many others, you should grab your tickets as early as today. Click the "Get Tickets" button to reserve your tickets. Let It Go, Let It Flow … and let the music of the one and only Dave Mason light up your gloomy Saturday night!
English musician Dave Mason is known for being a discontinuous member of the band Traffic, leaving and returning to the band multiple times. Nonetheless, he became an integral asset to the band, contributing to their successful debut album "Mr. Fantasy." However, he felt like he was better off doing solo. In 1970, he released his first solo album, "Alone Together," which peaked at number 42 on the Billboard chart. In his following albums, he worked with many people. "Let It Flow" came out in 1977. It climbed to the 37th spot and remained on the charts for 49 weeks, which led to it gaining a platinum certification. The following year, "Mariposa de Oro" was released. The album contained a cover of "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow," which became a top 40 single and gave him a gold certification. Hits after hits came after, and Mason worked with multiple people. He has worked with Paul McCartney, George Harrison, the Rolling Stones, Jimi Hendrix, Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, and many more. In 2004, he was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for his contributions to Traffic.
Now 76 years old, Mason continues to perform a hundred shows a year. He will be on the road this year for the "World In Changes" Tour. One of his stops will be at the Fred Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks, California, on Saturday, October 29. You can now get tickets!