Here is the latest news from The Glass House in Pomona!
October 28th – St. Lucia
Originally from Johannesburg, South Africa, Jean-Philip Grobler grew up performing with the Drakensberg Boys Choir School, learning everything from Bach to minimalist opera. St. Lucia was born out of a moment in early 2010 when Grobler was looking to the past for inspiration. Growing frustrated with a rock project that was starting to feel forced, he delved back into the music that had first inspired him: Fleetwood Mac, Peter Gabriel, Madonna and other songs from his youth. St. Lucia has been wowing audiences everywhere. It’s our turn! Tickets are on sale now!
November 2nd – The Fall of Troy
On November 2nd, The Fall of Troy will be heading out to Pomona to perform their ONLY SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA date at The Glass House! We are so happy to host them on this special engagement! Support has not yet been announced but keep checking back for updates! Tickets go on sale this Friday at noon!
November 9th – The Word Alive
The Word Alive is an American metalcore band from Phoenix, Arizona. Formed in 2008, the band is signed to Fearless Records. Their 2009 label debut, Empire, reached No. 15 on the Top Heatseekers, meeting a great amount of positive acclaim upon its release in 2009. The following year, the group recorded and released their debut full-length album, Deceiver, on August 31, 2010, which reached No. 97 on the Billboard 200 and 15 on Independent Albums. We’re super psyched to have them back! Tickets are on sale now!
December 4th – Dance Gavin Dance
On December 4th get out to Downtown Pomona for some serious action with Dance Gavin Dance and Special Guests: Secrets, Alive Like Me and Defeat the Low supporting! Every time they play here they pack the house and put on a killer show! Make sure to get your tickets in advance. Tickets go on sale this Friday at noon!
SUPPORT ADDED for Gary Numan on 10/23: KITTEN
Finishing work on their first full-length album, Kitten is now gearing up for an early spring tour with The Neighborhood. Like their recorded material, Kitten’s live shows are at turns hypnotic and galvanizing, with Chaidez’s dance-fueled performance intensifying the transcendent power of their songs. “One moment I just want to dance like Beyoncé, and the next I’m ready to crowd-surf or punch a band member—or I’ll go from feeling like Madonna in one song, to thinking I’m Iggy Pop the next,” says front-woman Chloe Chaidez. Get to The Glass House on 10/23 to check it out for yourself! Tickets are on sale now!