Show Rescheduled from 10/9/20
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* Policy is subject to change
This event is 18 and over.
$49.50 – General Admission
*plus applicable service fees
Louis the Child has partnered with PLUS1 so that a portion of proceeds goes to support Global Wildlife Conservation for their work conserving the diversity of life on Earth.
In response to health and safety concerns, our show with Louis The Child at the Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley previously rescheduled to Friday, October 9th, 2020 has been rescheduled to Friday, September 17th, 2021. Please note that this show was originally scheduled for Friday, April 10th, 2020.
Hold on to your tickets, as all tickets purchased for the originally scheduled and rescheduled date will be honored at the newly rescheduled date in 2021.
We thank you for understanding and look forward to seeing you at the show!
All doors & show times subject to change.
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Louis The Child float through electronic, pop, and alternative with wide-eyed wonder, adventurous spirit, and the elation of being present. Since 2013, the Chicago-bred duo—Freddy Kennett and Robby Hauldren—have popped off as a phenomenon streamed over one billion streams on Spotify alone and endorsed by pop royalty such as Taylor Swift and Lorde. Along the way, the boys packed hallowed venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO and New York’s Terminal 5 where they sold out a three-night stand. In addition, Louis The Child made explosive appearances at Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Electric Forest, and beyond. Not to mention, they garnered acclaim from Billboard, Rolling Stone, People Magazine, Hypebeast, Dancing Astronaut, covered the Summer 2020 Issue of DJ Times, and more. In 2020, they unveiled their full-length debut the aptly titled Here For Now [Interscope]. Over the course of the record, the group deliver 14 anthemic affirmations of a universal truth, including “Every Color” with Foster The People, “Little Things” with Quinn XCII and Chelsea Cutler, and the single “Big Love” with EARTHGANG, which was the 2021 Turner Sports March Madness theme song. Later in 2020, the pair released the Candy 2 album, a 19-track mixtape that follows the original Candy tape they released exclusively on Soundcloud in 2017. They also dropped two additional singles, “Self-Care” Feat. COIN, and “Somewhere Else” with BabyJake. 2021 marks the Euphoria era for Louis The Child, during which they will be releasing their next single “So What” Feat. ARIZONA, leading into the Euphoria EP.
When facing the daily maelstrom of concerns, complaints, and calamities in the news, in conversation, and in social media posts, a smile signals real rebellion. Eschewing self-centered woe and melancholy-for-the-sake-of-melancholy, happiness becomes the brashest, boldest, and ballsiest move—and the sought-after answer. Recognizing this truth, two-time GRAMMY®Award-nominated singer, multi-instrumentalist, songwriter, and producer K.Flay sticks to a powerful, passionate, and positive mission statement on her third full-length album, SOLUTIONS[Night Street/Interscope Records].
Catalyzed by a three-year whirlwind of world touring and prolific output, she translates the simple pleasures into ten genre-blurring bangers…
“When I got home from tour, I was in a dark place,” she admits. “Eventually, I made a decision to focus on the things that actually make me happy: walking around my neighborhood, drawing in notebooks with markers, talking to my mom on the phone. I thought, ‘What did I do as a kid to be happy?’As a child, you don’t have access to alcohol, drugs, sex, caffeine. I looked back, when I had fun just by making music. I remembered the first time I wrote a song, burned a CD, and played it in my car. It’s the closest thing I’ve ever had to a religious experience. I reconnected with that spirit and stopped taking shit so seriously.”
She certainly earned the right to do so…
As the culmination of a diligent decade-long grind marked by a series of independent EPs and shows, the songstress carved up her own lane in the mainstream with major label debut Every Where Is Some Where. It garnered two nods at the 2018 GRAMMY®Awards in the categories of “Best Engineered Album, Non-Classical” and “Best Rock Song” for “Blood in the Cut.” The latter generated 30 million-plus Spotify streams as “High Enough” surpassed the 20-million mark and “Giver” clocked 12 million and counting. In addition to praise from Billboard, Nylon, The Fader, and more, she landed syncs and soundtrack placements for TombRaider, xXx: Return of Xander Cage, NBA 2K, Fifa, This is the End, and more. Not to mention, everyone from legendary Rage Against the Machine and Audioslave guitarist Tom Morello and Linkin Park co-frontman Mike Shinoda to FIDLAR sought her out for collaborations. She also canvased the globe supporting Imagine Dragons.
In the end, K.Flay makes happiness cool again…
“When you listen to this, I hope you walk away feeling like it’s okay to temper a little positivity in your life,” she leaves off. “There’s so much out there we can’t control. As I mature, I’ve been able to realize that. Do what makes you happy. Right now, music makes me really happy.”