The Moody Blues' John Lodge
Performs Days of Future Passed
Thursday | July 18, 2024
in The Warehouse
What You Need to Know
Onsale Schedule
Primo Presale  Wed 2/21 | 12PM
Classic Presale  Thu 2/22 | 12PM
Public Onsale  Fri 2/23 | 12PM

VIP $164
$164 + $0 Convenience Fee
Standard $74
$64 + $10 Convenience Fee
Member $69
$59 + $10 Convenience Fee
Fees apply to phone & internet purchases
Show Schedule
7PM  Doors
8PM  The Moody Blues' John Lodge
Times subject to change

More On This Event
  • John Lodge Merch and Video Message VIP Package Details
    • Premium Concert Ticket
    • Personal Video Message from John Lodge to YOU
    • Poster Autographed by John Lodge
    • Exclusive Tote
    • Exclusive VIP Merch Item
    • Commemorative Laminate
    *Merchandise items subject to change.  
Study Up
John Lodge is bass guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter for the iconic rock band, The Moody Blues. Songwriter of such mega Moody Blues hits “Ride My See-Saw”, “I’m Just A Singer (In A Rock and Roll Band)”, “Isn’t Life Strange?” and many more. Lodge has been performing and recording with The Moody Blues for more than five decades, selling in excess of 70 million albums, whilst also having a successful solo career. Lodge has been voted one of the “10 most influential bass players on the planet,” and has been the recipient of many awards, including ASCAP (American Society of Composers and Publishers), and Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music. John was inducted into the Hollywood Walk of Fame, and in 2019 was given a star in his hometown ‘Walk of Fame’. In 2018, John and the Moody Blues were inducted into the ‘Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’, and in 2019 John was given the Lifetime Achievement Award in the Prog Awards. The Moody Blues have released 15 studio albums and countless compilations, and John has also released four solo albums; NATURAL AVENUE in 1977, 10,000 LIGHT YEARS AGO in 2015, LIVE FROM BIRMINGHAM, THE 10,000 LIGHT YEARS TOUR in 2017, and B Yond in 2019. B Yond included three new tracks plus a ‘best of’ from John’s career. He also released the duo album BLUE JAYS in 1975 with Justin Hayward, and were voted the Top Duo for that year.