Dead Man’s Party Concert Tickets
Dead Man’s Party will let you see a performance that pays tribute to a band that formed in the late ‘70s. Dead Man’s Party performs the music of Oingo Boingo, and the band’s songwriter, Danny Elfman. The original band made music from 1979-1995, and the tribute band came together just six years later. The music has been described as a new wave and ska.
Dead Man’s Party is made up of eight members, the same number as Oingo Boingo, who play instruments such as the horns, guitar, keyboard, bass and drums, as well as a lead singer. Their band name comes from an album that was released by the original band in 1985. If you’re a fan of Oingo Boingo, then you will enjoy watching Dead Man’s Party perform their greatest songs. To see the band live, purchase Dead Man’s Party tickets from TicketSmarter.
Dead Man’s Party Ticket Prices
Dead Man’s Party ticket prices depend on the type and location of the venue where they are holding the concert, as well as the audience capacity. The band performs at a variety of venues, such as amphitheaters, but a majority of their performances are held at eateries and small general admission venues with standing areas.
How much are Dead Man’s Party tickets?
Dead Man’s Party concert tickets can fall into a price range that is based on the size of the music venue. Many of their concerts are held in intimate venues with general admission standing areas, such as The Siren in Morro Bay, as well as restaurants, like Gaslamp Long Beach. On average, tickets can fall into a price range of $15-$40. On Amphitheatre shows will have tickets that can start at $33.
Dead Man’s Party Tour Dates & Concert Schedule
Dead Man’s Party has performed at all types of venues, most of them located in the state of California. The band has been on the event calendars for Whisky A Go-Go in West Hollywood, the Pacific Amphitheatre in Costa Mesa and Back Bay Bistro in Newport Beach.
Dead Man’s Party often performs at the OC Fair in Costa Mesa. They have also shared concerts with other tribute bands like Cramp-Ons and Joyride.
When do Dead Man’s Party tickets go on sale?
Dead Man’s Party tickets are available as soon as they add new shows to their schedule. You are going to want to purchase tickets quickly to get the best seats when they make a stop at your closest venue. TicketSmarter has got you covered with our easy-to-use purchasing and quick checkout process. No presale codes are required to buy Dead Man’s Party tour tickets from our site.
Dead Man’s Party Seating Chart
The seating chart for a Dead Man’s Party concert depends on the venue that you are attending. Many of the tribute’s band performances are held at small general admission venues, such as Saint Rocke in Hermosa Beach. There is a standing area in front of the stage for 280 concertgoers.
They have also played a few concerts at The Pacific Amphitheatre, a part of the OC Fair & Event Center in Costa Mesa. It can hold more than 8,000 fans throughout four levels of tiered seating: pit, circle, orchestra and terrace. Pit seating will put you directly in front of the stage, and the other three levels fan-out from there. TicketSmarter features an interactive seating chart that will allow you to click through the available seating sections, and the corresponding prices, inside the venue to get the best seats that you can find.
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Songs from the Dead Man's Party Tour Setlist
Dead Man's Party's setlist while performing in Costa Mesa
, CA at “Pacific Amphitheatre”
included the following songs:
- Just Another Day
- Weird Science
- Only a Lad
- Dead Man's Party
- Who Do You Want to Be?