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Tickets Start at $45 +Taxes/Fees  |  Doors at 8PM  |  Show at 9PM  |  All-Ages Show  |  No Refunds or Exchanges

With DNCE, Hailee Steinfeld, Jason Derulo, Niall Horan, and Post Malone

Kick off the summer pool concert season at Boulevard Pool with some of today's hottest pop, R&B and hip-hop artists.

Tickets go on sale to the public Friday, April 7 at noon.


Formed in the summer of 2015, DNCE first introduced itself to audiences worldwide with the release of "Cake By The Ocean," the group’s now three-times certified platinum-selling breakout smash. Following up “Cake By The Ocean,” the sexy, gold-selling “Toothbrush” amassed more than 50 million YouTube/VEVO views with an unforgettable music video starring supermodel Ashley Graham. DNCE is front man Joe Jonas, bassist and keyboardist Cole Whittle, guitarist JinJoo, and drummer Jack Lawless.


Republic Records artist Hailee Steinfeld made her music debut in 2015 with the release of platinum single “Love Myself” from her debut EP, HAIZ. This hot streak continued full force in 2016. She teamed with Grey for “Starving” (feat. Zedd)—her second single to be certified platinum by the RIAA. Steinfeld closed out the year by starring in one of 2016’s best-reviewed films, The Edge of Seventeen, which earned her two Critics’ Choice Award nominations and a Golden Globe® nomination for “Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy.” 2017 promises to be Steinfeld’s biggest year yet with more new music on the horizon and a role in Pitch Perfect 3.

Jason Derulo

With his stunning voice, incredible dance moves, and effusive charisma, Jason Derulo has become a 21st century icon with some of the decade’s most ubiquitous and recognizable hits. A multiplatinum powerhouse with 94 million-plus single equivalent sales worldwide, both his introductory breakout “Watcha Say” and “Talk Dirty” (feat. 2 Chainz) reached quadruple-platinum status, while “Want To Want Me” and “Ridin’ Solo” went triple-platinum, and “Trumpets” “Wiggle” (feat. Snoop Dogg), and “In My Head” earned double-platinum certifications. Platinum singles include “Marry Me,” “The Other Side,” and “It Girl,” while “Get Ugly” and “Don’t Wanna Go Home” went gold.

Niall Horan

Capitol Records recording artist Niall Horan made his solo debut in late 2016 with the single “This Town.” The song, which Horan co-wrote, reached No. 1 in 60 countries in the first 24 hours of its release. “This Town” has sold more than 2.5 million track equivalent units globally and is certified Platinum in the U.S. The 23-year-old artist won his first solo People’s Choice Award in 2016, taking home the award for Favorite Breakout Artist. The intimate track gave fans a taste of what they can expect from Horan in 2017. Accompanying himself on piano and guitar, he has been writing new material and finding inspiration in the music he has favored since childhood – artists like Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, and Crosby, Stills and Nash.

Post Malone

Post Malone stirs a mix of genres into his own sonic sound that’s both intoxicating and invigorating on his full-length Republic Records debut album, Stoney. His uncanny ability to cook up a 21st century “sauce” of genres transformed the multiplatinum Dallas maverick into the “No. 1 Debut Hip-Hop Artist of 2016.” Upon release, Stoney bowed at No. 1 on the iTunes Overall Top Albums Chart and Top 10 on the Billboard Top 200. In just a few months, the debut album has accumulated 1 billion streams, while the RIAA minted his breakout single “White Iverson” triple-platinum, “Congratulations” platinum, and “Go Flex” gold. As he turned up with a whiskey-soaked warbly flow, orchestral trap production, and an acoustic guitar in hand, he earned praise from the Los Angeles Times, Complex, Vibe, The Fader, and more.