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Incubus Bio

Incubus is one of alternative rock’s most enduring and important acts. Since the band’s founding in 1991, Incubus has managed to carve out a niche for itself in the expansive alternative rock genre. Their innovative approach to music helped them stand out in the crowded alternative rock scene of the 1990s, and their tireless touring continues to give their die-hard fans plenty of chances to buy Incubus tickets. Today, Incubus remains as innovative and hardworking as ever. A pair of 2015 EPs and even more live shows have kept the group relevant nearly a quarter-century after they first came together.

Incubus was founded in 1991, when frontman Brandon Boyd, guitarist Mike Einziger, bassist Alex “Dirk Lance” Katunich, and drummer Jose Pasillas came together in their California high school. Incubus hails from Calabasas, California, a suburban town west of the San Fernando Valley. At the time that Incubus first formed, California already had a thriving alternative rock scene – a scene that Incubus would soon make their own mark on.

The group practiced and played together for a time without ever bothering with a name, but when the members had to supply one for an upcoming show, they chose “Incubus.” That was the name they’d use for their early shows on Los Angeles’ famous Sunset Strip, and the name that would eventually be famous to fans all over the United States and the world.

Incubus began to take off when the band members were still very young – the group had to fit shows and recording around its members high school schedules. In 1995, the group added DJ Lyfe (whose real name is Gavin Koppell) to the group, an innovative move that helped set the group apart from other alternative rock groups. Complete with their new member, the group recorded the two-track EP Let Me Tell Ya ‘Bout Root Beer. The short EP showcased the rising group’s talents and set the stage for their first full-length album, Fungus Amongus (1995).

Fungus Amongus was an independent release: Incubus released it on their own label, called Stopuglynailfungus Music. The release of the record was a small-time affair, but the great tracks helped draw attention to the young band. Immortal Records (which would later be absorbed by the major label Epic Records) came calling, and the band soon had their first real record deal. They released the Enjoy Incubus EP with their new label and began touring with Korn, giving many fans their first chance to buy Incubus tickets. Years later, in 2000, their self-released debut Fungus Amongus would finally get a major-label re-release, thanks to the band’s increased popularity.

After releasing the Enjoy Incubus EP, Incubus soon headed back to the studio. There, they produced their second album overall and their first full-length release with their new label. S.C.I.E.N.C.E. (1997). The album’s eclectic mix of musical styles drew critical acclaim to the group, and fans loved the record. S.C.I.E.N.C.E. sold well and was soon certified gold.

Following the recording of S.C.I.E.N.C.E., the band made a change in their lineup. They dismissed DJ Lyfe and hired DJ Kilmore (real name Chris Kilmore) to fill the position.

The band toured relentlessly to promote S.C.I.E.N.C.E., selling Incubus tickets all over the country. That strategy helped boost the new album’s success, despite the limited marketing push provided by their label. Once they returned from their long run on the road, the band settled down to record a third album. Make Yourself (1999) marked a turn towards a less extreme sound for the band, which expanded their fan base and earned them more airplay on the radio. Their evolved style gave them a major boost in their popularity: Make Yourself went platinum and, a couple of years later, went double-platinum. The album’s massive success led to the re-release of Fungus Amongus in 2000.

As popular as Make Yourself was, it was not destined to be Incubus’ best-selling album. That honor goes to 2001’s Morning View, which the band recorded in Malibu, California. Fans snapped up copies of the new album and rushed to buy Incubus tickets for the massive tour that followed. Incubus released a special edition of the album and DVD materials related to its production. The band’s lineup changed again following the success of Morning View, when bassist Dirk Lance left the band over personal differences with the other members. He was replaced by Ben Kenney. Kenney completed the band lineup that still exists today.

Incubus had become one of alternative rock’s biggest acts, but it was Epic Records and its parent company, Sony, that were profiting. Incubus sued over the state of their contract and battled with Sony in court.

When the two sides settled, Incubus headed back to the studio to record A Crow Left of the Murder… Once again, the band had a hit: the album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200. Like the two albums before it, A Crow Left of the Murder… went platinum.

Incubus’ next release, Light Grenades (2006), debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 and narrowly missed going platinum. The group headed back out on the road and toured extensively for another couple of years, but eventually found that their endless touring had taken a toll on them. They group eventually made the difficult decision to go on hiatus. For the first time since the early 90s, no Incubus tickets would be sold.

Luckily for fans, the hiatus did not last long. The band re-formed and recorded another record, 2011’s If Not Now, When? The new record featured slower, more thoughtful songs than the group’s back-catalog did. As they had throughout their careers, the members of Incubus were innovating, letting their style evolve.

A return to the studio also brought a return to the road. Incubus’ legendary touring started up again, and fans around the world got more chances to see one of alternative rock’s most important bands. Today, Incubus continues to release new material and continues to tour extensively. Their innovative genre-mixing stylings are as relevant now as they were in the early 90s.

Top 3 Incubus Tracks:

Wish You Were Here
Anna Molly
Love Hurts

Incubus Albums

Fungus Amongus
  • You Will Be a Hot Dancer
  • Shaft!
  • Trouble in 421
  • Take Me to Your Leader
  • Medium
  • Speak Free
  • The Answer
  • Psychopsilocybin
  • Sink Beneath the Line
  • Hilikus
  • 38:13
  • Redefine
  • Vitamin
  • New Skin
  • Idiot Box
  • Glass
  • Magic Medicine
  • A Certain Shade of Green
  • Favorite Things
  • Summer Romance (Anti-Gravity Love Song)
  • Nebula
  • Deep Inside
  • Calgone
  • 55:52
Make Yourself
  • Privilege
  • Nowhere Fast
  • Consequence
  • The Warmth
  • When It Comes
  • Stellar
  • Make Yourself
  • Drive
  • Clean
  • Battlestar Scralatchtica
  • I Miss You
  • Pardon Me
  • Out from Under
  • 48:12
Morning View
  • Nice to Know You
  • Circles
  • Wish You Were Here
  • Just a Phase
  • 11am
  • Blood on the Ground
  • Mexico
  • Warning
  • Echo
  • Have You Ever
  • Are You In?
  • Under My Umbrella
  • Aqueous Transmission
  • 70:34
A Crow Left of the Murder...
  • Megalomaniac
  • A Crow Left of the Murder
  • Agoraphobia
  • Talk Shows on Mute
  • Beware! Criminal
  • Sick Sad Little World
  • Pistola
  • Southern Girl
  • Priceless
  • Zee Deveel
  • Made for TV Movie
  • Smile Lines
  • Here in My Room
  • Leech
  • 58:35
Light Grenades
  • Quicksand
  • A Kiss to Send Us Off
  • Dig
  • Anna Molly
  • Love Hurts
  • Light Grenades
  • Earth to Bella (Part I)
  • Oil and Water
  • Diamonds and Coal
  • Rogues
  • Paper Shoes
  • Pendulous Threads
  • Earth to Bella (Part II)
If Not Now, When?
  • If Not Now, When?
  • Promises, Promises
  • Friends and Lovers
  • Thieves
  • Isadore
  • The Original
  • Defiance
  • In the Company of Wolves
  • Switchblade
  • Adolescents
  • Tomorrow's Food
  • 50:03

Incubus Members

  • Brandon Boyd
  • Mike Einziger
  • Jose Pasillas
  • Chris Kilmore
  • Ben Kenney

Todays Incubus Tickets

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Incubus Ticket Prices


Low: $6.00

High: $2,040.00

Cheap Incubus Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$4.00 Incubus — 08/08/2015
BB&T Pavilion; Camden, NJ
$6.00 Incubus with Jimmy Eat World — 07/11/2017
PNC Music Pavilion (formerly Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre); Charlotte, NC
$11.00 Incubus — 08/20/2015
Gexa Energy Pavilion; Dallas, TX
$11.00 Incubus — 08/01/2015
Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion at Meadowbrook; Laconia, NH
$13.00 Incubus with Jimmy Eat World — 07/18/2017
Xfinity Center; Mansfield, MA
$13.00 Incubus with Jimmy Eat World — 07/14/2017
PNC Bank Arts Center; Holmdel, NJ
$16.00 Rascal Flatts — 08/08/2015
Gexa Energy Pavilion; Dallas, TX
$16.00 Incubus with Jimmy Eat World — 07/20/2017
BB&T Pavilion; Camden, NJ
$17.00 Incubus with Jimmy Eat World — 07/25/2017
Blossom Music Center; Cuyahoga Falls, OH
$18.53 Incubus with Jimmy Eat World — 08/09/2017
USANA Amphitheatre; West Valley City, UT

Best and Most Expensive Incubus Tickets

The events below have been the most expensive of the season. Their starting prices are listed to the left.
$2,040.00Incubus — 09/30/2017
DTE Energy Music Theatre; Clarkston, MI
$145.00Incubus — 08/24/2015
Red Rocks Amphitheatre; Morrison, CO
$134.41Incubus — 10/11/2017
The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel; Las Vegas, NV
$107.00Incubus — 10/14/2017
The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel; Las Vegas, NV
$103.00Incubus — 10/08/2018
The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel; Las Vegas, NV
$101.00Incubus — 07/29/2015
Echo Beach at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre; Toronto, Ontario
$97.00Incubus — 10/08/2017
The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel; Las Vegas, NV
$95.00Incubus — 07/29/2015
Echo Beach at Molson Canadian Amphitheatre; Toronto, Ontario
$88.00DC101 Kerfuffle — 05/03/2015
Merriweather Post Pavilion; Columbia, MD
$88.00Incubus — 10/07/2017
The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel; Las Vegas, NV