An American Celebration with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy & Rumble King

An American Celebration with Big Bad Voodoo Daddy & Rumble King
$10-$140    |  Jul 4, 2019  |  6:30PM - 10:00PM

Tickets go on sale online at on Tuesday, May 21st at 7am and in person at 9am at the City of Burbank Parks and Recreation Department at 150 N. Third Street, 3rd floor in Burbank, Monday – Friday from 9:00am- 4:30pm.


Tickets for July 4th concerts and Season Ticket Holders have an actual seat assignments.

Box Seating: $140 (based on availability)

Lower Reserved Seating: $25/$20*

Upper Reserved Seating: $20/$15*

Grass Seats: $15/$10*

Current or active members of the U.S. Military are invited to use promo code MILITARY to receive a 10% discount

*Senior/disabled: (Over 60, proof of age may be required at time of entry)

Children 2 and under free (excluding box seats)

Pay by cash, check, or credit card. All credit card sales will incur a nominal service charge. No refunds. All concerts are held rain or shine.

Parking is $8 CASH per vehicle, parking lot opens at 4:30 p.m. Stack parking for all concerts. Carpooling is always encouraged. Free bus shuttle for seniors and the disabled is available from 5:30-6:30pm and following the end of the concert.

There will be fireworks, however, in the interest of public safety, the City of Burbank reserves the right to cancel the fireworks portion of the show if weather and fire conditions are adverse. There are no refunds in the event of fireworks cancellation, but ticket holders will be assured of a fun family evening and great concert even in the event that the fireworks portion of the show is cancelled. Due to limited parking, we highly recommend carpooling. Please plan on being in your seats by 6:30pm.

2018 marked the 25th anniversary of Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s remarkable arrival onto the music scene. Since it’s formation in the early 90s in Ventura, California, the band has toured virtually nonstop, performing on average over 150 shows a year, and has produced a sizable catalog of recorded music, with sales of over 2 million albums to date. Early on, during their legendary residency at the Derby nightclub in Los Angeles, they reminded the world, in the midst of the grunge era no less, that it was still cool to swing. The band, cofounded by singer Scotty Morris and drummer Kurt Sodergren, was at the forefront of the swing revival of that time, blending a vibrant fusion of the classic American sounds of jazz, swing, and dixieland, with the energy and spirit of contemporary culture.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy’s all original core line-up includes Scotty Morris (lead vocals and guitar), Kurt Sodergren (drums), Dirk Shumaker (double bass and vocals), Andy Rowley (baritone saxophone and vocals), Glen “The Kid” Marhevka (trumpet), Karl Hunter (saxophones and clarinet) and Joshua Levy (piano and arranger).

The bands efforts to promote and revitalize swing music have taken shape as much more than a simple tribute. Taking inspiration from the creators of this uniquely American art form, the band’s original horn-infused music and legendary high energy show introduces the genre to a new and younger generation while remaining cognizant and respectful of the music’s rich legacy.

Describe a band that travels and performs with an acoustic upright piano, saxophones, upright bass, and drums and you've got Rumble King. Rumble King’s arrangements are tight and melodic, honest, faithful and always rockin’, giving them a genuinely raw, American roots inspired sound. They are one of the few, if not the only band to perform in a guitar dominant genre, without one.