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Incubus plus Far From Saints and Lealani

Southern Californian, Grammy-nominated rock band Incubus will play the iconic Eden Sessions on Saturday 24 June. They will be joined by special guests, to be announced soon. 


Tickets and Sessions Plus Experience Packages (which include tickets) are still available – buy online here.

£1 from every ticket purchased (less VAT) goes to the Make Yourself Foundation who Incubus have partnered with for this tour. 

Standard Arena Ticket: £51 plus £6.50 booking fee
Sessions Plus Experience: Viewing Platform Package: £190 SOLD OUT
Sessions Plus Experience: Arena Package: £110 SOLD OUT
Sessions Plus Garden Bar Package: £140
Sessions Plus Mediterranean Biome Dinner Package £120 SOLD OUT
Incubus are offering a number of VIP Packages – more information here.


About the band

The five-piece have achieved stellar success over the years, with over 23 million albums sold worldwide. They’ve taken their headline shows around the world and performed at numerous global festivals, from Lollapalooza to Download. This show will be the first time the band have performed at a venue in Cornwall and promises to be packed with their greatest hits. 

Forming while still in high school in 1991, the band members currently consist of keen surfer and vocalist, Brandon Boyd, Mike Einziger (guitar), José Pasillas II (drums), Chris Kilmore (keyboard/DJ) and Ben Kenney (bass).

They’re renowned for their genre-defying sounds, morphing and adapting through an eclectic range of styles and instruments, dabbling in alternative rock, nu metal, pop, jazz and funk. 

Their third studio album, Make Yourself (1999), launched them to mainstream success with iconic hits, such as Pardon Me, Stellar and Drive – their highest charting song.

After the roaring success of their third studio album, the band launched the Make Yourself Foundation, a non-profit that raises vital funds and awareness for various causes, including sustainability campaigns, natural disaster responses and support for the arts. Every ticket sold will contribute £1 to the foundation. 

They credit a host of major influences from bands that have equally stood the test of time, such as Faith No More, Red Hot Chili Peppers and Alice in Chains.

Far From Saints

Special guest: Far From Saints

Comprising Kelly Jones — leader of the legendary Welsh band Stereophonics — and Patty Lynn and Dwight Baker from Austin group The Wind and the Wave, Far From Saints are an entirely new band with a cross-genre sound that will appeal to fans of country, rock, folk, soul, and Americana.

Their debut album features 10 expertly crafted songs that touch on themes of love, perseverance, self-doubt, and self-healing. It’s a record that, much like the band itself, was created over an unadulterated love of music and collaboration.