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Feb 29 2020
Doors - 07:15
Show - 08:00

SOLD OUT! Social Club Misfits

with nobigdyl.

The Parish at House of Blues
400 Disney Way Anaheim, CA


Ticket Prices (Additional taxes & fees may apply):

**This event is STANDING ROOM ONLY**


VIP tickets include a pre-show meet & greet opportunity with Social Club Misfits, as well as first entry into the venue for access to the viewing areas. Doors open at 6:00pm.

Early Entry: SOLD OUT!

Want to beat the rush and get early access to the best viewing areas? This is the ticket for you! Doors open at 7:00pm. Concert begins at 8:00pm.

General Admission: SOLD OUT!

Doors open at 7:15pm.

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First known as just Social Club, Christian hip-hop duo Social Club Misfits formed in 2011. Miami rappers Martymar and F.E.R.N. debuted their project in 2012 with the free download album Misfits. A Misfits EP also landed in 2012, then the EP Rejects appeared in 2013, along with another free album, The Summer of George. They climbed into the Top Ten of Billboard's rap chart with their first commercially released album, 2014's Misfits 2, and they reached number nine on the same chart with their 2015 effort, Us. Also that year, the duo made their individual solo debuts with F.E.R.N.'s 68 Douglas EP and Martymar's Marty for President EP. In 2016, they signed to major-label Capitol and released the Misfit Generation EP along with the single "Courage." They followed with their fifth LP, 2017's The Misadventures of Fern & Marty, which entered the rap chart at number four and rose to number two on the Christian chart. Before the end of the year, the duo issued the singles "Dive" and "Say Goodbye," which appeared on their 2018 release, Into the Night. Social Club Misfits returned in early 2019 with the single "Everytime."