P.O.D. Details ‘Satellite Over Southtown’ Three-Night Streaming Series of Concerts from San Diego’s Petco Park

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Satellite, the breakthrough 2001 album from San Diego-based hard rock/nu-metal band P.O.D., celebrates its 20th anniversary in 2021 — and the band will commemorate the occasion with a special new streaming series of concerts.

Staged at Petco Park, home of the San Diego Padres, P.O.D. will host a full-album performance of Satellite (on May 13), followed by a full-album performance of 1999’s The Fundamental Elements of Southtown (on May 27) and a set of B-sides, rarities and hits (on June 10).

“As We navigate through the new norm of live performances, it’s a great feeling knowing we can still somehow connect with our fans and friends who have supported us all of these years,” said vocalist Sonny Sandoval. “The idea of fans around the world, online together watching us is pretty amazing!”

Fans can purchase tickets for each show stream, as well as a pre-event Q&A on April 13th live from their rehearsal space. The Q&A will be moderated by John Rubeli, the Atlantic Records A&R rep who signed the band back in 1998.

Click here for ticket information, which starts at $20 per show with a $50 three-show bundle and additional perks for fans.

It was Satellite that put the band on the map on a grand scale, thanks to singles like “Alive”:

And “Youth of the Nation”:

In the years since, P.O.D. has maintained a dedicated audience around the world and a reputation for a powerful live show — so these streaming events ought to be a must for fans.

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