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.
Thursday August 10
8:00PM doors -- music at 8:30PM
••• ALL AGES
$13 in advance / $15 at the door
pop/punk, alt rock, pop, rock
Used To Be Valentines
-from Los Angeles, CA
-Originally from the Bay and now living and performing in LA, AZRA has effectively established herself as a formidable force in the entertainment industry with a promise that any artistic expression she shares with the world will have substance, depth, and purpose behind it to uplift others along their life’s journey. Prepare to be moved by her unique blend of cathartic power pop, rock, dance, and metal influences. Having played many Pride festivals and legendary venues across the country, AZRA is embarking on her 2023 West Coast tour and she invites you to step into the 6th Dimension—a world where you can unleash your true self and live life to the fullest. Break free from societal norms and join her on a journey that celebrates individuality and empowers you to capture your own crown.
As her music graces the airwaves, including renowned stations like The World Famous KROQ, AZRA’s powerful anthems like “ALL OUT,” “i wish you would cry,” and “Bring Me The Crown” have captured the hearts of listeners. Her talent has been recognized by tastemakers and media outlets, including appearances on KBS TV and features in the Korea Daily and Hollywood Life. Fans at the show will experience an electrifying performance from AZRA, varying from a dynamic set with a full band and/or dancers, and of course, unexpected surprises.
Join AZRA in your cities this August 2023 as she embarks on her first headlining tour performing her brand new EP Release: The Chronicles of Substance Pop: The Rebellion.
More about AZRA here: linktr.ee/AZRA
Stream her music here: open.spotify.com/playlist
Watch her videos here: youtube.com/azraofficial
Used To Be Valentines
-from Pleasant Hill, CA
-Used to Be Valentines is a pop punk band fronted by lead singer and songwriter Niels Sorensen. The band’s debut album ‘The Good Years’ comes out this year and is full of nostalgic lyrics reflecting on the growing pains and life lessons learned when transitioning from teenage to adult life.
-from Seattle, WA
-Born and raised in a post-grunge Seattle, Henry Mansfield brings forth the next generation of anthemic and theatrical indie. A storyteller whose chosen medium is rock music, Mansfield’s songs examine the minutiae of modern interactions over kaleidoscopic piano and drums. After opening up for the Rural Alberta Advantage on tour in 2019 and appearing at Alki Art Festival 2021, Mansfield and his longtime band will be releasing a new 14-track album in 2023 titled NOTHING BUT THE MYTHS WE MAKE.