The 25th Annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas makes its way to the legendary Forum on December 13th and 14th, 2014, featuring two nights of incredible performances from many of today’s biggest bands! Proceeds from the KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas benefit local charities Para Los Niños and the Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center.
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UPDATE: U2 will no longer be performing due to Bono’s recent bicycling injury. No Doubt has been added to the Night 2 lineup.
Refunds for Sunday, December 14th, 2014 will only be available at Ticketmaster.com. Refunds must be submitted to Ticketmaster.com no later than Friday, December 12th, 2014.
UPDATE: TICKETS ARE NOW SOLD OUT. If you had an issue purchasing tickets, please read our statement here.
Tickets for both nights go on sale Friday, November 14th at 12pm PT via Ticketmaster.com only.
Ticket Prices (per day, not including fees):
- GA Floor: $95.00
- Floor Risers: $150.00
- Sec 100 Lower Bowl: $150.00
- Sec 100 Upper: $95.00
- Sec 200 Upper: $75.00
Limit 4 tickets per person per show. Tickets must be purchased via credit card: Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Accessible ADA seating tickets go on sale at the same time. The Ticketmaster system puts you in the best available seats at the moment of purchase.
Tickets are available for purchase to buyers in the state of California only. This is determined by your billing zip code on the credit card you use to purchase your tickets.
Listen to KROQ every weekday for your chance to win tickets! Be caller 25 at 800-520-1067 when you hear the cue every-hour, on-the-hour from 9am-5pm!
Enter our online contest for a chance to score tickets to BOTH NIGHTS of the 25th Annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas.
Night 1 of the 25th Annual KROQ Almost Acoustic Christmas benefits Para Los Niños, a non-profit family service agency designed to raise at-risk children out of poverty and into brighter futures through positive educational opportunities and support.
Night 2 benefits the Al Wooten Jr. Heritage Center, which provides a safe after-school environment where hundreds of boys and girls in South Central Los Angeles participate in tutoring, learn important social skills and are guided to succeed in school and enter college.
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