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Emo Nite LA Announces First Wave of Line-Up for First Ever NYC Party Taking Over All Three Floors of Webster Hall

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Emo Nite LA
 
Announces First Wave of Line-Up for
First Ever NYC Party
Taking Over All Three Floors of Webster Hall

 
 
DJ Sets By:
Craig Owens (Chiodos/BXC),

Will Pugh (Cartel), 

Machine Gun Kelly,
Ben Jorgensen (Armor For Sleep), 

Rob Hitt (Midtown), 

Matt Good (From First To Last), Bradley Walden (Emarosa), Captain Cuts,
Lizzy Plapinger (LPX/MSMR),
Ham On Everything
 
Live Performances By:
Geoff Rickly (Thursday),
The Spill Canvas, Oso Oso,
Juiceboxxx, pronoun, Exit,
The Black Parade Marching Band
 
AND MORE STILL TO COME…
 
Tickets Available for the May 4th Event, HERE
March 30, 2017 – Los Angeles, CA – LA’s monthly Emo Nite event is taking over all three floors of New York City‘s legendary Webster Hall on May 4th, 2017 and have just announced the first wave of the lineup. Get ready for DJ sets from Craig Owens (Chiodos/BXC), Will Pugh (Cartel), Machine Gun Kelly, Ben Jorgensen (Armor For Sleep), Rob Hitt (Midtown), Matt Good (From First To Last), Bradley Walden (Emarosa), Captain Cuts, Lizzy Plapinger (LPX/MSMR) and Ham On Everything along with live performances from Geoff Rickly (Thursday), The Spill Canvas, Oso Oso, Juiceboxxx, pronoun, Exit and The Black Parade Marching Band. This trio of founders (Babs Szabo, Morgan Freed and T.J. Petracca) continue to push the envelope with their creativity, design and all out hustle to make the best night, every single Emo Nite. They are constantly challenging themselves and surprising guests to make these events one of a kind. Tickets are available now, here.
This year alone, they have hosted dozens of events in 10 different states, brought From First To Last back to the stage with their former frontman Sonny Moore (aka Skrillex) for the first time in over 10 years, celebrated Machine Gun Kelly’s Platinum Single “Bad Things,” brought out Dillon Francis’ friend Preston to guest DJ, were heralded in publications like Pitchfork, SPIN, Noisey, Consequence of Sound, KERRANG! and talked about on the Grammy’s Red Carpet. Additionally, they have been featuredin ForbesRolling StoneThe New Yorker, LA TimesBillboardLA WeeklyTime Out LAAlternative PressFUSEHelloGiggles and more. For a full list of upcoming tour dates and more info on Emo Nite, please visit emonite.com.
 
Emo Nite is a monthly event that brings together people who share the love of emo rock music from the 90’s, 2000’s, and today. Different notable musicians from the scene have either DJ’d or performed at the event. 

Additionally, the Emo Nite team creates themed events and truly transforms the environment they are in. They had a country band learn emo songs after taking part in a not-so-traditional western shoot out. See also a mariachi edition of “Sugar We’re Going Down and an acapella-accompanied montage of the beauty that is Emo Nite. Founder Morgan Freed said he is “personally inspired by stuff we see everyday so we just apply that to Emo Nite.” 

“What is and isn’t emo isn’t a dance-floor concern, because Emo Nite transcends nostalgia. It relies upon the fact that the genre has never gone away. It’s emo’s open-mindedness that’s allowed for its re-emergence.Tonight is a fan’s safe heaven, a place where emo fights back.” – KERRANG!
 
“I think we’re in an interesting position because there are a lot of stereotypes that surround the genre or the word, and I think that we have the ability to break that away.” – Consequence of Sound

“Audience participation is the real draw of Emo Nite. There isn’t a single song that seems to stump people; they know the words, along with the drum patterns, climaxes and power chords, which can then mimic with the mastery of a professional musician holding an invisible instrument.” – LA Weekly

 

2017 Tour Dates
4/6 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo/Echoplex
4/8 – Dallas, TX @ RBC
4/11 – Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
4/11 – Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey
4/14 – Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
4/18 – Palm Springs, CA @ Bart Lounge
4/19 – Chicago, IL @ Subterranean
4/26 – Denver, CO  @ Marquis Theater
4/28 – Philadelphia, PA @ Voltage Lounge
5/4 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall
5/19 – Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (Hell)

5/20 – Louisville, KY @ Headliners Music Hall