Free to Treasure Island Music Festival ticket holders!
* Entry will be first come, first serve with proof of festival ticket until capacity.
We are very happy to announce a special show with James Blake tonight at The Fox Theater in Oakland – completely free to festival ticket holders. Note that we do have a capacity limit and your festival ticket does not guarantee you entry into the show.
There will also be a limited amount of $25 tickets available to the public for advance purchase. Click here to buy tickets.
HOW TO PRESENT PROOF OF FESTIVAL PURCHASE:
Please present your valid Treasure Island Music Festival 2016 ticket at the Fox Theater main entrance for immediate entry into venue.
If you do not have your ticket in hand, please visit the Fox Theater Box Office so that your Ticketmaster account can be verified and tickets can be printed for entry to the show. You will need to present photo ID in order to claim your tickets. The name on the Ticketmaster account must match the name on the photo ID that is provided.
The venue Box Office will be open beginning at 6pm tonight.
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Following a series of projections in London, a billboard in Times Square, and a teaser video on his social media, multiple Grammy award-nominee and Mercury Prize winner James Blake revealed his highly anticipated fourth album, Assume Form, out January 18th via Republic Records. Constantly reinventing himself and defying genre, Blake captures a range of sonic influences throughout Assume Form, reuniting with Travis Scott and André 3000, and teaming up Metro Boomin, Moses Sumney and ROSALÍA.
Assume Form follows the massive success of Blake’s three critically-acclaimed albums, 2010’s James Blake, 2013’s Overgrown, and 2016’s The Colour in Anything, which cemented Blake as one of the most groundbreaking producers, singers, and songwriters of his generation. Over the past several years, Blake has been in high demand as a collaborator, sought after by the biggest names in the music industry includingBeyoncé, Frank Ocean, Jay-Z, Oneohtrix Point Never, and Mount Kimbie, among many others. In 2018 alone, Blake co-wrote “Element” on Kendrick Lamar’s platinum-selling DAMN., collaborated on the revolutionary Black Panther soundtrack, and was featured on Travis Scott’s “Stop Trying To Be God,” performing the track alongside Scott on the MTV Video Music Awards. All while continuing to push boundaries with his own new tracks “If The Car Beside You Moves Ahead” and “Don’t Miss It.”