UCLA student tickets go on sale Monday, September 25.
Since forming in 1998, the rock band OK Go has become known as much for their elaborate music videos as for the smart, melodic pop songs they accompany. When their 2006 dance on treadmills went viral, drawing tens of millions of views and helping fuel the explosion of the fledgling YouTube, the band leaned in—embracing the dissolution of creative boundaries in the digital era—and produced a decade of genre-defying videos that share more with Busby Berkeley and high concept performance art than they do with clips on MTV. You’ve probably seen the one of them dancing in zero gravity, or the one with the giant Rube Goldberg machine, or the one where hundreds of events unfold in slow motion perfectly synched to the song. Their innovative work has been honored with countless accolades, including a Grammy, three VMA’s, ten Cannes Lions, and the Smithsonian American Ingenuity Award. For their Royce Hall performance, OK Go will play along to their most iconic music videos, live scoring them in a family-friendly cinematic environment, unlike a traditional rock show. The band will take questions from the audience and offer insight into their unique process.