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The Hit List: Culture Club

Plenty of Grammy-winning artists have belted out their hits to Honda Center audiences, but this fall, expect to see a gold-record parade of talent taking the stage.

Michael Bublé

1.Perfect Vision
The Nov. 27 grand finale couldn’t be—well—grander. That’s when Justin Timberlake puts on his “suit and tie” for his 20/20 Experience World Tour. In case you hadn’t heard, Timberlake’s album of the same name has been touted as one of this year’s best, and we can’t wait to get a taste of the second act, The 20/20 Experience–2 of 2.

2. Yes, We Can!
The kickoff to this lineup begins with a bang on Oct. 9, with Bon Jovi’s Because We Can–The Tour. The guys will play hits from their 30 years of music-making, with a stage show that wows audiences with each song. Who doesn’t love singing along when the band plays classics like “It’s My Life”?

3. Holiday Bublé
We’re looking forward to ushering in the holidays on Nov. 24 with a little Bublé—as in Michael Bublé. The crooner is known for delivering a high-energy show peppered with humor and audience rapport, with a set that’s a visual display of lights and effects.

4. Dream Girl
Sarah Brightman fans were delighted with the release of her 11th album Dreamchaser, and now they can hear the talented singer, dancer and actress perform new releases and previous hits live onstage Nov. 2.

5. You Got it
Grammy Award-winning artist Drake set out on his 41-city tour—titled Would You Like a Tour?—as fans began buzzing about the upcoming release of his new album Nothing Was The Same. And Nov. 21, he’ll make a stop in O.C. to sing hits like “Started From The Bottom” and “Girls Love Beyonce.”