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FivePoint Amphitheater’s 2023 season begins this weekend – here’s who’s playing – Orange County Register

The 2023 season of FivePoint Amphitheater in Irvine kicks off this weekend with rock band Matchbox Twenty on Sunday, May 28.

The 12,000 capacity outdoor venue, located just outside the Great Park, served as a temporary concert space after the destruction of Irvine Meadows in 2016. While Irvine City Council and the concert promoter Live Nation are still debating the future location and overall logistics of a permanent structure, the concerts continue.

General parking for all on-site events is included with ticket purchase and VIP parking options are available for an additional fee. The venue has a policy of clear bags (clear plastic, vinyl or PVC under 12″ x 6″ x 12″) or small pouches (no larger than 6″ x 9″) and all events are mobile entry as tickets will not. be emailed or available for printing.

Here’s a look at the 2023 concert season at the FivePoint Amphitheater.

Sunday May 28

Box of matches twenty: The rock band with hits like “3AM” and “Push” will also be releasing new songs on their Slow Dream Tour with Matt Nathanson. 7:30 p.m. $40.50 to $211.

friday june 9

Janet Jackson: The R&B superstar is teaming up with Ludacris for his Together Again tour, which will celebrate the 25th anniversary of “The Velvet Rope” and the 30th anniversary of his self-titled album. 7:45 p.m. The Irvine date is sold out, but there are tickets available through secondary sellers on

Saturday June 10

Fishing Festival 2023: The one-day Christian music festival will return to the scene with King + Country, CeCe Winans, Pat Barrett, Andrew Ripp and Jonathan Traylor. 4:20 p.m. $19.59-$150.

Saturday July 1

Pierce the veil and the used: Pierce The Veil and The Used have teamed up for the Creative Control Tour, which will feature all rock and pop-punk hits. 6:30 p.m. The show is sold out, but tickets are available from secondary sellers on

Saturday July 8

CCM and shaggy: R&B icons “No Scrubs” and Jamaican artist Shaggy will bring the Hot Summer Nights Tour to Irvine with guests En Vogue and Sean Kingston. 7 p.m. $22.50-$266.50.

Saturday July 15

Slightly stoopid: The San Diego-born reggae rock band will be joined by Atmosphere, Iya Terra and The Movement. 5 p.m. $29.50-$199.

Thursday July 20

Disturbed: The four-piece metal band came out on their Take Back Your Life Tour with support from Breaking Benjamin and Jinjer. 6:30 p.m. $29.50 – $444.50.

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