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Wallows - SOLD OUT!

Tell Me That It's Over Tour

Empath

Time: 7:30pm     Day: Monday     Doors: 6:30pm     Ages: All Ages    
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Tickets cost $39 in advance, $44 day of show (including all service charges). They are also available by phone through Hold My Ticket at 505-886-1251.

This is an all ages show with a 21+ beer garden in the rear of the venue. All ages can mingle in the front without alcohol. IDs will be checked and verified at the door.

This is a standing room only show. A limited number of ADA compliant tickets are available.

VIP passes are available for $138 (including all service charges), and include:

  • One (1) General Admission ticket*
  • Early venue entry 
  • Exclusive signed poster 
  • Exclusive Wallows hat 
  • Exclusive Wallows tote bag 
  • Commemorative VIP laminate 
  • First access merch shopping 

* General admission tickets are non-reserved (standing only)

VIP Package Disclaimers

All VIP Package purchasers will be contacted via e-mail a few days prior to the event date with additional program details. If you do not receive an e-mail a few days prior, please contact WallowsVIP@aegpresents.com

All sales are final. There are no refunds or exchanges under any circumstances. All packages and package contents are non-transferable. All VIP merchandise will be distributed at the show; some exceptions may apply. Package purchases are restricted to U.S. & Canadian addresses only. VIP merchandise is not required for venue entry. The artist, tour, promoter, ticketing company, venue or any other affiliated parties are not responsible for outdated or inaccurate information provided by the consumer at the time of purchase. Commemorative VIP laminates are for commemorative purposes only. The VIP laminate does not gain or authorize access into the venue, VIP or any backstage areas.

The Bridge outdoor venue is a unique, open-air space with mountains on one side and an award-winning brewery on the other. The show will be held rain or shine.

NOTE: Tickets to this concert are not transferable or resellable. Your e-tickets will be sent to you 48 hours before the show.

Wallows, the Los Angeles-based trio of Dylan Minnette, Braeden Lemasters and Cole Preston, released their acclaimed Atlantic Records debut album, Nothing Happens, in 2019. Produced by Grammy Award-winner John Congleton (St. Vincent, Alvvays, Future Islands), who also produced the band's 2018 EP Spring, the album quickly became one of the most-streamed debut albums by any band in 2019 and features the breakthrough platinum single "Are You Bored Yet? (Feat. Clairo)," which has surpassed 602M global streams. 2020 saw Wallows release "OK," a song that took on a new meaning during the pandemic, and their quarantine-made EP, Remote, as well as being named MTV's PUSH Artist of the Month for September.

Wallows returned in 2021 with the brand new single "I Don't Want to Talk," a first taste of their collaboration with producer Ariel Rechtshaid (Vampire Weekend, Haim, Adele) that's been in the works over the past year. Their new album Tell Me That It's Over was released in March 2022, and contains 10 tracks informed by everything from lo-fi post-punk to indie-folk to early-’90s dance-pop psychedelia. 

Ask the members of Empath how things have changed since the release of their critically-acclaimed 2019 album, Active Listening: Night on Earth, and they'll downplay it.

"We bought a wheelchair bus to tour in from the sketchiest dealership in South Jersey," drummer Garrett Koloski says. "And we have band credit cards now—did you know you can get a cash advance on a credit card? Pretty cool."

"I think we own the title now… but there have been a few complications," guitarist/vocalist Catherine Elicson interrupts, her skepticism palpable.

"I've had to quit my grocery job many times to tour, but they just keep hiring me back," synth player/engineer Randall Coon offers.

"Basically, this is a small business," keyboardist Jem Shanahan quips. "I have a credit score now, because of Empath."

It's in the band's nature to turn every question you throw at them into a joke, but the four friends from Philly have reached a point where they'll begrudgingly admit that this project is a nascent career, one that they can't help but fling themselves at with total abandon. "Our mindset is: we have nothing else but this band, so we'd better put all our eggs in this basket and hopefully take over the world," Elicson says, "Or crash and burn."


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