GREEK THEATRE, Los Angeles - Incubus celebrated the 20th Anniversary of their breakout album Make Yourself with two sold-out concerts at the Greek Theatre. The shows are part of the "20 Years of Make Yourself and Beyond Tour"and feature the band performing the album front to back in it's entirety. Fans sang along to nearly every word of the album and gave Incubus a warm welcome.
The hometown crowd was treated to a few surprise guests on Oct. 26, Cut Chemist and DJ Nu-Mark who performed on the album's "Battlestar Scralatchtica" came out to perform the song. Fans were also treated to a stripped down version of "Pardon Me" with Mike Einziger on guitar to accompany singer Brandon Boyd. Another great moment came during the bridge of Incubus' smash hit "Drive" where the band paid tribute to The Cars' hit song of the same name with Boyd singing "You can't go on, Thinking nothing's wrong, Who's gonna drive you home, Tonight?"
After performing the album in full the band performed another 7 songs including their latest single "Into the Summer." "Anna Molly" and "Wish You Were Here" finished the night off with a bang. The tour will resume on November 7th in Asheville, NC and the band will play 23 shows in the next month to complete the tour. Elise Trouw opened the show.