Sept. 28, 2018- We shot out to The Observatory to see Vinnie Paz backed up with Esoteric rock a JEDI MIND TRICKS show. Always a pleasure to watch a legend at work. Here are some images we caught that night. Enjoy.
As well as hosting a variety of art and music events here in our shop, we also to out to local events and record and photograph what we can. Here are a few clips from shows we’ve been to and posted to YOUTUBE. Enjoy!
May 31, 2017- Count us fortunate to catch the dancehall King Yellowman and Alborosie at The Observatory. Sound was great, crowd was energetic and the ticket was all of $5! You can’t beat that. Here are some images of the show, enjoy.
May 17, 2017- Brother Ali came through The Observatory Santa Ana on one of his many stops on his “The Own Light Tour”. The show was jammed packed as he performed tracks off his new album “All The Beauty In This Whole Life” as well as the classics. Backed up on the tour by SA-ROC, Last Word and Soul Messiah. Amazing show, its always a pleasure to watch a master at work. Bless.
It’s that time of year again. It’s the universally recognized cannabis appreciation day. April 20th, a.k.a. 420! To help you celebrate the day, The Observatory and Weedmaps have teamed up to bring you The Smokers Club 420 Festival at The Observatory in Santa Ana. This show will be, in the parlance or our times, lit AF! Joey Bad A$$, Lil Uzi Vert, Flatbush Zombies, Suicide Boys, Playboi Carti and others promise to entertain throughout the day. Tickets are moving fast, don’t wait on getting your ticket. Call us for info 714 541 0300
Here is a quick run down of tickets available at GCS clothing store in Downtown Santa Ana. Amine, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Metro Boomin, Lupe Fiasco, The Game, Sadistik, Dave B, Kid Frost are just a few tickets available this month. Keep updated on our website for changes and additions.
June 26, 2016- Had a chance to catch Snow Tha Product at The Observatory for the last stop on her “Half Way There” tour. And if that wasn’t enough, it was her birthday as well. Great show that lasted well into the a.m.