Dance Gavin Dance: Afterburner Tour at House of Blues
If you’ve been itching to rock out at a live concert in Orlando, then circle Thursday, March 25, 2021 on your calendar. Energetic rock band Dance Gavin Dance is bringing their Afterburner Tour to one of the best music venues in all of Central Florida: the House of Blues Orlando at Disney Springs.
Meet the Band
Hailing from Sacramento, California, Dance Gavin Dance has been rocking venues all over the country since 2005. Consisting of vocalists Tilian Pearson and Jon Mess, lead guitarist Will Swan, bass guitarist Tim Feerick, and drummer Matthew Mingus, the progressive rock band released their first EP “Whatever I Say Is Royal Ocean” in 2006. The band has been producing exhilarating music ever since and is sure to bring their infectious energy and lively hits to the House of Blues stage for an unforgettable night.
Doors will open at 5:30 p.m. and the show is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m., giving you plenty of time to grab dinner at the House of Blues’ restaurant and enjoy the venue’s daily happy hour from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The concert will also feature talented supporting acts Animals As Leaders, Royal Coda, Veil of Maya, and Wolf & Bear.
Prior to attending the event, the concert venue is asking guests to review the safety and security information and COVID-19 safety guidelines on the event’s page on the House of Blues website.
General admission tickets to see Dance Gavin Dance start at $38.50.
Rest Your Feet After a Night of Dancing
After burning up the dance floor at House of Blues Orlando, you’re going to want to retreat to a comfortable nearby bed. Fortunately, the Rosen Inn Lake Buena Vista, formerly known as the Clarion Inn at Lake Buena Vista, is right around the corner to provide you with relaxing comfort at an affordable price. As a Walt Disney World Good Neighbor Hotel, we’re the perfect location to stay while in Orlando enjoying any of Disney’s wonderful attractions, including the House of Blues at Disney Springs.
We’ve also implemented upgraded features to ensure the safety of our guests and staff. New enhancements include plexiglass barriers at our front desk, more frequently cleaned touchpoints, the use of EPA-approved, hospital-grade disinfectants in our guestrooms, and additional hand sanitizer stations throughout our common areas. We invite you to read the details of our new health and safety guidelines on our Rosen’s Total Commitment page.