AUSTIN, Texas — The Bass Concert Hall can become your own personal "Love Shack" this summer when The B-52s come to town

The iconic pop stars from the 80s will stop by Austin on Aug. 22 for a concert at 7:30 p.m. at the Bass Concert Hall. Tickets will go on sale April 19 at 10 a.m. ranging from $49.50 to $149.50.

The band behind such smash hits as "Love Shack," "Rock Lobster" and "Roam" has sold 20 million albums worldwide and has inspired alternative music, fashion and pop culture for more than four decades.

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The B-52s rose to fame during America's post-punk movement with their 1979 self-titled "The B-52s" album, which went gold and later landed at No. 152 on The Rolling Stone's "500 Greatest Albums of All Time."

A year later, the gold-selling "Wild Planet" arrived, paving the way for 1989's "Cosmic Thing," which sold 5 million-plus units and created a string of Top 10 smashes like "Roam and "Love Shack."

Now, The B-52's are on tour yet again, preparing for a high-profile documentary and their first official book.

More information on the show, including details about parking, can be found here.

The B-52's will be joined by OMD and Berlin.

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