INCUBUS Rock The House At 24th MGD Blind Date Event

INCUBUS performed last night to a raucous, wild crowd at the 24th MGD Blind Date at Atlantis on Paradise Island in the Bahamas.

"What an event and what a crowd! It's great to be part of the MGD Blind Date with such a rich tradition following in the footsteps of people like METALLICA," said INCUBUS guitarist Mike Einziger. "MGD knows how to throw a great party and we are psyched to be a part of it."

MGD Blind Date is a unique concert experience where legal drinking age consumers win a trip to a great location to attend a concert from a secret band. MGD Blind Date's have featured some of the biggest and best musical acts over the years. Beginning in 1997, MGD Blind Date has featured artists such as METALLICA, FOO FIGHTERS, BECK and many more.

Perry Farrell, JANE'S ADDICTION and PORNO FOR PYROS frontman and creator of the music festival Lollapalooza, led MGD Blind Date off with a heart-pounding, 45-minute DJ set.


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