FivePoint Amphitheatre | Irvine, California
The waves are on fire this September 16 at the FivePoint Amphitheatre as the pacific island reggae band Kolohe Kai brings the island vibes of their 2023 Summer Tour to Irvine, California. The Roman De Peralta-led band will extend the celebration of their decade-long career in the music industry this year by celebrating it with their Californian fans. If you are one of the hundreds of fans who would wish to sing along to the band's greatest hits, such as "Ehu Girl," "Cool Down," "Speechless," "Kiss that I Never Had," and "Dream Girl," this is a show you'd never want to miss. Get your tickets early and let Peralta's signature ukulele and ever-youthful voice bring joy to your mundane Saturday night. Click the "Get Tickets" link for a safe and fast transaction.
Kolohe Kai is a local Hawaiian reggae band represented by singer and songwriter Roman de Peralta. The band is known for putting out all-original music releases and bringing the iconic positive vibes of "Ehu Girl" and "First True Love." The band is famous for melodies that create the Hawaii scenery; from the beaches to the palm trees, this band can bring the paradise music vibes anywhere.
Formed in 2009, the band gained quite the attention with the release of their debut album, "This is the Life." With their music creating new fans and enveloping several countries, their momentous songs that took the decade by storm, like "Dream Girl" and "Cool Down," was followed by the feel-good album "Love Town" in 2011. Their 2014 album "Paradise" reached third place on Billboard magazine's Reggae Album chart, and by 2019, they reached the number 1 spot with the "Summer to Winter" album. Their latest hit album, "Hazel Eyes," will continue to give you the feels released in 2022.
From the band that got you those chill vacation-perfect vibe brings you the 2023 summer tour you've all been waiting for. So get those tickets ready because Kolohe Kai, along with reggae performer J Boog and former Beach Boys co-founder Mike Love, will drop by Irvine's FivePoint Amphitheater on the 16th of September.