November 13th, 2008 · 2 Comments

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Sparks is one of L.A. RECORD‘s favorite bands—re-enacted on two of our covers and interviewed here—and they will be playing a giant hometown show on Sat., Feb. 14 (Valentine’s Day—hello, young lovers!) at Royce Hall at UCLA! Tickets go on sale tomorrow and are available here. More info below.

Fresh from their monumental London live performance of all 21 of their albums in 21 nights, Sparks return to Los Angeles to perform two landmark albums in their entirety— their most recent ‘Exotic Creatures Of The Deep’ and the 70’s sensation ‘Kimono My House’, to be followed by a selection of assorted Sparks favorites.

“The brave among us know for a fact that next to no one is making such criminally underrated and startlingly original music, in any genre, these days” – BBC online

“International treasures” – Q Magazine

“The most important band in modern rock” – NY Press


Sat, Feb 14 at 8pm


Royce Hall


$40, 30 ($17 UCLA students)

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  • 1 Scott // Nov 13, 2008 at 6:08 pm

    Sparks are the greatest band in the history of music and UCLA is the greatest university in the world!

  • 2 Lisa // Jan 25, 2009 at 2:24 pm

    Are you a UCLA student or graduate? Have you taken a grammar class there? Sparks aren’t the greatest band … The Rolling Stones is.

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