Almost 5 million fans and counting, we’re stoked to bring you the 2018 Honda Civic Tour. From pop stars like Demi Lovato to rock favorites like Maroon 5, we’ll continue to bring the hottest acts of today along for the Honda Civic Tour ride.
This multi-platinum and Grammy-nominated quintet, led by frontman Ryan Tedder, kicked their career into high-gear with 2007’s “Apologize” and hasn’t slowed down since.
While creating their fourth studio album, Oh My My, OneRepublic traveled the world to create a sound unlike anything they’ve created before.
Formed in Los Angeles in 1994, this two-time Civic Tour alum has consistently delivered idiosyncratic, danceable soul and pop for over twenty years.
This Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, actress and philanthropist got her start on Disney but has since become a force to be reckoned with in the world of pop music, churning out hits like "Cool For The Summer" and "Confident."
The English-Irish pop boy band, composed of Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, and previously, Zayn Malik, formed in 2010 and has since released five albums in five years, becoming a worldwide sensation.
Nick is a singer, songwriter, actor and producer who began his career on Broadway, rose to fame with The Jonas Brothers and later found success as a solo act with hits like "Jealous", "Close" and "Levels."
The group consists of rappers will.i.am, apl.de.ap, Taboo, and singer Fergie. According to Nielsen SoundScan, Black Eyed Peas is the second-best-selling group of all time for downloaded tracks.
This southern California skate-rock trio were integral in the development of pop-punk in the mid-90s. Combining irreverent, youthful lyrics with masterful power-chord simplicity, the group remains a musical icon after a career spanning more than 20 years.
Chicago band that became emo's most popular act by blending the unbridled intensity of hardcore with melodic punk-pop. Before landing a major label deal, the band gained a dedicated following through heavy touring and the underground success of several independent album releases.
Their truly unique sound, combining industrial metal with hip-hop and electronic production, catapulted the band to enormous success. To date, they have sold tens of millions of records and earned a multitude of awards.
These introspective Brooklyn-based indie rockers met in Boston, MA, while attending college.
Known for their anthemic blend of rock, emo and pop as well as the powerful vocals of Hayley Williams, the group has received numerous awards.
This platinum-selling rock band rose from the East Coast underground to the forefront of modern rock during the early 2000s. After an extremely successful career, the band announced its break-up on March 22, 2013, one month after the final release in the single series, Conventional Weapons.
This Las Vegas group combines elements of emo, pop and punk with theatrical touches, quirky electronic beats and thoughtful lyrics. They were the first group signed to Pete Wentz's label, despite having never played a live show before.
The multi-platinum rockers are a veritable grab bag of unique talent, combining hard rock riffs, pop-flavored melodies, synths, turntablism and a highly developed sense of dynamics.
The LA-based indie rock group's Hannah Hooper, one of the group's lead singers, is not only a musician but an artist as well.
These psychedelic rockers combine introspective, abstract lyricism with infectious rock riffs. Their unique sound has garnered the group significant online buzz as well as critical acclaim.
The East Coast post-grunge/pop-punk outfit was founded in 1996 by identical twin brothers Joel and Benji Madden and emerged as a cornerstone of the punk movement in the 2000s. In 2014, Benji and Joel broke away from Good Charlotte and announced their new project, The Madden Brothers.
This punk-pop band formed in Florida in 1997 shortly after founding members graduated high school. NFG quickly amassed a considerable cult following and eventually rose to national prominence as a key player in the punk revival.
The introspective emo group are known for their thoughtful lyrics and acoustically-driven sound. Front man Chris Carrabba recently formed an American Alternative/Folk band called Twin Forks.
This unpretentious alternative act led by Art Alexakis became one of the '90s most consistent hit makers. The group's first three albums were all certified platinum.
Latin trio from Monterrey, Mexico, combines Mexican cumbia with cutting-edge electronic music. The name "3Ball" comes from the Spanish word "tribal" which refers to the culture of Guaracha tribal music popular in many Spanish-speaking countries around the world.
This Los Angeles-based sextet’s new wave-influenced, dance-pop sound can be heard almost everywhere, from radio to commercials to music festivals around the country. Their hit singles include “Out of My League,” “The Walker” and “HandClap.” Plus, the band’s dynamic, high-energy performances are trememdously fun and incredibly infectious.
This British singer-songwriter won the 9th season of The UK X Factor in 2012 and his debut single “Impossible” became a worldwide hit. His single, “Say You Won’t Let Go,” has sold over two million copies worldwide and has made James the first ever X Factor winner to have two singles sell over a million copies in the UK.
This Grammy-nominated American singer-songwriter, poet, rapper, and music producer saw overnight success with his 2010 hit "Cooler Than Me" and later with "I Took a Pill in Ibiza." Posner joined Demi & Nick as their opening act on the 2016 Honda Civic Tour.
Clarkson began her career as the winner of the first season of American Idol, transforming from an anonymous talent from small town Texas to a national star in a matter of months.
Originally formed in Provo, Utah, they perfected their New Wave-tinged sound at local shows before getting their big break in 2008.
This melodic dance-rock band from California is composed of three siblings: Graham, Sydney and Noah Sierota.
This Swedish electropop duo (Caroline Hjelt and Aino Jawo) met and formed in 2009, with breakthrough hits like “I Love It” and “All Night."
The four multi-instrumentalist members of this New Orleans-based alternative rock band are known for often switching instruments from song to song.
The Arizona band creates an upbeat version of pop-punk and emo that has a balance of commercial instincts and street credibility.
The Atlanta alt-rockers derived their name from the English city of Manchester, which has a rich musical history. The band has consistently released over 100 video podcasts throughout their career, which you can find on their YouTube page.
These Canadian folk-rockers are identical twin sisters from Calgary with hits like "Closer" and "Everything is AWESOME!!!" from The Lego Movie.
Heavily influenced by early punk artists, they were a cornerstone of the '90s punk revival. The band has independently sold over four million records worldwide, making it one of the most successful independent punk groups of all time.
This Brooklyn-based indie dance duo are most known for their high energy shows and DIY music aesthetic. The group is made up of art school grads Matt Johnson on drums and Kim Schifino on keys.
Formed during blink-182's 2005 hiatus, +44 brought blink alums Travis Barker and Mark Hoppus back together. Originally intended to be an electronic collaboration, the group's sound gradually took on a heavier, rock-based tone.
Most of the pop-rock group's album ¡Viva la Cobra! was written while the band was on the 2007 Honda Civic Tour. The members wrote and recorded their individual parts on their laptops in the tour bus. The group disbanded in 2015.
After the release of their debut album in 2006, this high energy indie rock group received a great deal of online buzz and critical acclaim, which has sustained throughout their career.
This alternative rock band formed at a local Southern California pizza joint in 1994 and was named after a B-movie from 1961.
You may know PJ as one of the keyboard players in the pop rock band Maroon 5, but he is currently signed as a solo artist to a major label and working to make a name of his own.
The American indie rock band formed by Nate Ruess and Sam Means. The group chose their name to mock the music industry and its inclination towards a cookie-cutter "format" for a hit.
This band was a post-grunge emo rock band originally formed in Alabama. They disbanded in 2007 but later reunited in 2011.
Originally formed in 1993 in Washington State while the founding members were still in high school, the band members had already released several 7" singles and a debut album before receiving their drivers licenses.
These acclaimed Midwestern emo-rockers were unafraid to experiment with their sound and influenced countless punk-pop bands after them.
This group formed in Minneapolis in 1997 after members of two recently defunct local bands joined forces.
The Canadian punk-pop quartet is best known for its driving guitar sound and manic rhythm section.
This ska-inspired punk band infused with humorous pop sensibility formed in Florida in 1993 and have been recording steadily ever since.
The South Carolina hardcore punk group's lyrics often addressed social and political issues. The band made a great effort to make their music and performances as youth-friendly as possible but disbanded in 2005.
This Los Angeles group combines elements of hardcore, arena rock and post-punk with often dark and irreverent lyrics.
This Chicago-based punk rock group formed in 1996. The only original member remaining in the band is singer/guitarist Matt Skiba.
Formed in Indiana during 1995, this pop-punk band is named after the iconic 1980s video game console.
This punk band received their big break when fellow Chicagoan Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy heard recordings from the group's first EP and brought the band to the attention of his record label.
This San Francisco native was the first artist signed to Adam Levine's label, 222 Records. She has toured with Maroon 5 and was featured with their track "Come Away to the Water".
This chopped-and-screwed disciple and Texas native's real name is Paul Slayton.
These Minnesota glam-rock revivalists were known for their tongue-in-cheek social commentary, self-deprecating wit, cartoonish stage costumes and over the top live performance antics. The band is currently on hiatus for an undetermined amount of time.
The bilingual hip-hop group is made up of Panamanian cousins Raka Rich and Raka Dun who are based in Oakland, California. Their style consists of a mixture of hip-hop influences with reggaeton, reggae and dancehall elements.
This group is a street punk supergroup fronted by thrash band pioneer Roger Miret.
This post-hardcore ensemble made waves with their gritty guitars, tight, jazz-trained rhythm section and vocal dynamics.
The Portland-based indie rockers' song "The Honest Truth" was ranked #3 in Paste Magazine's list of the 50 best songs of 2011.
Known for their driving intensity and intricate guitar lines, the band's music incorporates elements of punk, pop and screamo. The group wrapped their farewell tour in June of 2012.
The pop rock act from Los Angeles blends retro-folk elements with indie pop.
Although they hail from Dublin, Ireland, the group's breezy, melodic sound harkens back to the pop/rock of Southern California in the 1960s and '70s. The group is currently on hiatus.
This Boston-based pop punk band is known for crafting infectiously catchy tunes.
The group has sold 50 million records worldwide, making them one of the best-selling girl groups of all time. In 2009, the girls announced that they had officially disbanded.
After the Honda Civic Tour, new songs were born and the band started to record their first full length album, resulting in the release of their debut album, The World of Hypocrisy.
Tony is a singer, songwriter, producer, actor, former Mouseketeer and second runner up on The Voice. His eponymous 2015 album was funded by his fans through Kickstarter.
This pop-rock singer-songwriter and actor from New Jersey was the first ever unsigned artist to be featured on MTV's Total Request Live.
This punk rock band from Oxnard, CA, are currently on hiatus.
The punk-revivalist quintet toured extensively throughout the U.S. and internationally during their career. On August 26, 2011, The Movielife played their last show in New York City.
The Spokane, WA based rock band broke up in the early 2000s after releasing two albums. However, in 2013, bassist Marty Meisner uploaded five unreleased songs from the band on his SoundCloud account.
Mixing together rap, rock, political awareness, and introspection, this Bay Area group utilized their diverse backgrounds to create ambitious, revolutionary music.