Venue Details

6751 Star Starred
City National Grove of Anaheim
West of the Orange Fwy 2200 E. Katella Avenue Anaheim, CA 92806
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4.0 / 5 Rated by 8 members
Review from Goldstar Member
2 events 1 review

I took my 10 year old daughter to see her first concert and we weren't disappointed. They weren't the Go-Go's of the 1980's nor did I expect them to be. We enjoyed the songs and the environment. It was a fun filled night of singing and dancing....continued

reviewed Apr 22 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Big Dog
Red Velvet 243 events 2 reviews

No energy, tired performance. Every song sounded the same. I just saw The Pretenders at the same venue and they rocked. Embarrassing! They even butchered a Rolling Stones number, which is hard to do. During the encore.........what a disaster. And...continued

reviewed Apr 22 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Lyn
18 events 3 reviews

Low energy affair, the crowd really wasn't much into it throughout most of the performance. The first act was.....LOUD.

reviewed Apr 22 2009 report as inappropriate
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From their halcyon days as America’s Sweethearts to their current status as iconic superstars, The Go-Go’s continue to preside over an amazing three-decade reign as high pop priestesses. The internationally-loved pop hitmakers created a canon of work that defined the free-spirited ’80s sound without session players, co-writers or, most importantly, creative compromise. 

The Go-Go’s sang and played their own songs, offering five feisty role models for a generation of ready-to-rock girls and good, hooky fun for pop-loving guys. And now, as they celebrate the 25th anniversary of their debut album Beauty And The Beat, the band continues to be as vital as ever. Their enduring hits — including “Vacation,” “Head Over Heels,” “We’ve Got The Beat,” and “Turn To You” — live on in countless compilations, movie soundtracks, remakes and, a string of very successful television commercials. 

Today, with the same line-up intact (Belinda Carlisle, Jane Wiedlin, Charlotte Caffey, Gina Schock and Kathy Valentine), The Go-Go’s live show continues to deliver every bit of the raw energy of their now-legendary punk beginnings, tempered with the wisdom of three decades of pop perfection. They have no need to change their sound to be “modern” or “current” or to wander off on some trendy tangent.

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