Venue Details

177 Star Starred
House of Blues Anaheim
1530 S. Disneyland Dr. Anaheim, CA 92802
714-778-2583
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Downtown Disney House of Blues was crazy hot. I needed a shower by the time of intermission. I was dripping with sweat. But at least I was not a band member baking under the stage lights.
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Most important...House of Blues is standing room only so take care of the tootsies. Wear comfortable shoes with alot of cusioning. I know those hooker shows are super popular these days but most of the heffers that wore them there were looking for a place to park it or were standing barefoot in sticky floor.
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8 events
3 reviews
1 stars
attended Feb 22 2014

Super Diamond is a lot of fun-- high energy, gets the crowd going. Even if you're not a big Neil Diamond fan, you'll be amazed at how many songs you recognize. Although the event was advertised as starting at 9:00, Super Diamond didn't come on...continued

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14 events
3 reviews
5 stars
attended Feb 22 2014

Unbelievable energy and concert. They really got the crowd going just a phenomenal show.

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2 events
2 reviews
0 stars
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Quotes & Highlights

Watch videos of Super Diamond on the band’s website.
“Super Diamond is six guys in sequins and funny haircuts providing, with a wink or two (but no more), what they like to call ‘The Alternative Neil Diamond Experience.’ It’s a great show, with all the required moves for a Neil Diamond tribute: a singalong ‘Song Sung Blue,’ an anthemic ‘America,’ a ‘Sweet Caroline’ crooned to a roomful of waving Miller Lites.” -SF Weekly
“…most tribute bands languish in bar-band anonymity. But a handful, like Super Diamond, a Neil Diamond tribute band that tours nationally, have become enormously successful and have achieved pseudo-stardom in their own right.” -The New York Times