Listings are in the opposite order of appearance: headliner is listed at the top, next is the support band(s), and the last band listed is the opener.
March 20 2020
All advance tickets will get automatically refunded.
Friday March 20 2020
8:30PM doors -- music at 9:00PM
••• ALL AGES
$12 in advance / $15 at the door
---Special Valentine's Weekend offer: BOGO
[between 10AM on 2/14 and 10AM on 2/16, for the first 20 people]
This offer is now over. This Buy One, Get One for Free offer applied to the first twenty people to buy one ticket to this show during the period of time between 10AM on Friday 2/14 and 10AM on Sunday 2/16.
-from Los Angeles, CA
-From the very beginning, Transviolet has made a point to approach music differently. Like when they released their first single Girls Your Age, the band sent out 2,000 plain manilla envelopes to kids across the country containing a cassette tape that only said “play me”, not realizing that was pretty near to the exact plot of the horror movie SAW. Blogs and press outlets took notice, but no one cared nearly as much as the mothers across the country when they took to facebook to demand answers, and threaten the band with legal action. It was hilarious.
24 hours later and Katy Perry Tweeted out the song, a week later Harry Styles. A flood of attention came to the band and they were thrown into the deep end that is the music industry. Transviolet put out two more EPs, seeing critical acclaim from countless press outlets.
Now in 2019 with multiple support (Twenty one pilots, LANY, Dua Lipa, Joywave) and headling tours (US, UK) under their collective belt, and tens of millions of streams - Transviolet is gearing up to release their first Independent full album. Feeling as they’re writing the best material of their career thus far, the band couldn’t be more ready to show the world, just who it is, they are.
Self written, self mixed, self mastered, self released, the band is taking the reins and show no signs of slowing down.
Olen Kittelsen and Sam Beresford
-from Orange County, CA
- Indie two-piece Armors is comprised of Olen Kittelsen (Vocals/Guitar) and Sam Beresford (Keyboards). Formed 2015 in Orange County, CA, the band self-released its first EP Collisions in December the same year, followed by a slew of singles in 2016 and 2017, as well as nationwide tours. The band is currently finishing their next release with production from longtime friend and collaborator Ryan Spraker (Weezer/Daye Jack/The Glorious Sons). Their next body of work is due Fall 2018.
-from Los Angeles, CA
-The three Los Angeles musical miscreants La Bouquet carve out “emotional songs you can dance to.” Siphoning bedroom-rattling R+B falsetto through post-punk soundscapes, the duo—Bryan Sammis (formerly of The Neighbourhood ) Jake Lopez and Drew Bruchs —exist between three worlds. “Obviously, there’s an eighties influence, but there’s also a big R+B influence,” says Bryan. “At the same time, we also come from a punk ethos. We don’t want everything to sound too perfect. We just want every note to evoke some sort of emotion.”