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Known for their dramatic blend of rock and electronic music with orchestral arrangements, The Airborne Toxic Event skyrocketed to popularity with the gold-selling single from the band’s self-titled 2008 debut album, a song which spent a staggering eight weeks at #1 on Billboard’s Heatseakers Chart. Since then, The Airborne Toxic Event has played a diverse spectrum of concerts, from performing with the San Francisco Symphony and Colorado Symphony at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre, to playing at the Coachella and Lollapalooza music festivals.
Lead singer and songwriter Mikel Jollett’s New York Times Bestselling memoir Hollywood Park was released in 2000 to critical acclaim from the Wall Street Journal, NPR and even Oprah’s O Magazine naming it one of their memoirs of the year.
In Hollywood Park, Jollett chronicles his extraordinary personal journey, from his early childhood in one of the most infamous cults of the 1970s, through a childhood of poverty and emotional abuse, before finding his voice as an artist among the confusion of an adult life spent nursing the wounds of childhood, and the redemption which came from looking inward and an acceptance of self and the fierce love of family.
Be there when The Airborne Toxic Event makes their debut with the San Diego Symphony in an electrifying concert you won’t want to miss.