Hurricane of Change – Los Angeles, UCLA – Saturday April 11th 2020 – Gathering Week USA – Tickets On Sale Now

On Saturday April 11th 2020, Mike Peters will present The Alarm – Hurricane of Change at the James Bridges Theatre, UCLA, Los Angeles during a very special USA Gathering Week 2020 that also features an evening in New York’s Sony Hall on Saturday April 18th.

Concert Tickets and Experience Gathering 2020 Los Angeles Passes (see below), are on sale now. Ticket links below.

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This exciting West Coast, California event will be happening on Saturday April 11th at The James Bridges Theatre on the campus of UCLA, Los Angeles (the very same location where in 1986, The Alarm performed the historic Spirit of ’86 Concert on April 12th 1986).

Mike Peters will present full and complete performances of the trilogy of Hurricane of Change set lists that have already left an indelible mark on audiences here in the UK.

The Los Angeles event on Saturday April 11th 2020, will also feature a US Premiere screening of  The White Count documentary film, which will take viewers deep into the heart of the recording sessions and dramatic back-story behind the making of The Alarm’s = / Equals and this year’s number one UK rock album ‘∑ / Sigma.

Experience Los Angeles Passes for the USA Gathering Week Los Angeles event, include full event ticket and will also allow holders, to take part in a special one hour pre-show event with Mike Peters, during which Mike will share his personal experience and memories of the Spirit Of ’86 Concert – one of the most famous events in Alarm History, that took place at UCLA on April 12th 1986.

Experience Los Angeles Passes also allow early access to the Soundcheck at the James Bridges Theatre where fans will be treated to a request selection of acoustic songs and a chance to ask Mike Peters questions about his life and times as a musician and songwriter.

Experience Los Angeles Pass holders will be escorted into the James Bridges Theatre at 1600, and given a special replica backstage laminate from the original April 12th ‘Spirit Of ’86’ concert event.

Timetable for the – Gathering Los Angeles – Hurricane of Change, James Bridges Theatre event will be as follows:

  • 1700 – Doors / Arrival
  • 1715 – US FILM PREMIERE – The White Count (plus Q&A with Mike and Jules Peters)
  • 1900 – Mike Peters presents The Alarm – Stream  (Act One – Downstream – Eye of The Hurricane)
  • 2000 – Interval
  • 2015 – Mike Peters presents The Alarm Stream  (Act Two – Upstream – Change plus Act Three – Encore – Electric Folklore)
  • 2200 – Signing and photo Session
During the concert on Saturday April 11th 2020 at the James Bridges Theatre, UCLA, Mike Peters will honour The Alarm’s late ‘80s trilogy of iconic albums, Eye Of The HurricaneElectric Folklore and Change, with performances of some of The Alarm’s most famous songs such as Rain In The Summertime (1987 – international Top 20 hit which was recently covered by both The Killers and also by Smashing Pumpkins’ Billy Corgan at The Alarm’s Cleveland, Ohio show last August) and Sold Me Down The River (1989 – a US No.1 Rock Song), alongside a host of Alarm standards such as Rescue MeStrength and Spirit of ’76 as captured on the 1988 live album ‘Electric Folklore’.
 

Thirty years ago, as Mike Peters undertook a creative songwriting journey through the heart of his home country – Wales – the Berlin Wall would fall and Europe and indeed, the rest of the world, would plunge into a period of enormous and seismic change. Caught in the middle of this political maelstrom, Mike Peters with his band The Alarm would record the albums ‘Eye of The Hurricane’ (1987), Electric Folklore (1988), and ‘Change’ (1989) each of which would, in their own way, capture the essence of these most turbulent times.

“I have always thought of these three albums as an Alarm trilogy”, says Mike. “A lot happened to the band and the world, during the writing and recording sessions from 1987-1990. As one decade bled into another, the themes of response and resolve to contend with uncertain times are running through the core of each and every album. Played together, these songs tell their own story and, with the tumultuous times Europe and the USA can expect to face in the coming months and years, are still as relevant today as when they were first written.”

The UCLA concert forms part of The Alarm’s USA Gathering Week 2020 and will feature a pre-show program giveaway and there will also be a post show album signing and photograph session with Mike Peters himself.

Each person attending the Hurricane of Change Concert at the James Bridges Theatre, will be given a replica Alarm Backstage Pass from 1988, which can be used to enhance the collectibility of The Alarm’s soon to be announced limited edition Record Store Day 2020 release scheduled for the following weekend on Saturday April 18th 2020.

Audience participation is also being encouraged for this show, with requests being taken for Alarm songs written and performed between 1981-1990 (The timeline of Hurricane of Change), and so everyone attending is asked to bring a sheet of paper (with their song request written on it), that can be held up during the third set in order to potentially have their request met by Mike Peters.

Mike Peters presents The Alarm – Hurricane of Change at UCLA promises to be a very special evening for US Alarm fans. The current British tour has almost completely SOLD OUT, and is already being talked about on social media as a must see’ and described as the “acoustic show of the year”.

Concert Tickets and Experience Gathering 2020 Los Angeles Passes are on sale now!!!

Event Tickets: CLICK HERE

Event Tickets including Experience Option: CLICK HERE