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Emo Nite - 2016 Tour Tour

Discussion in 'Tour Forum' started by kidinthebushes, Aug 23, 2016.

  1. kidinthebushes Aug 23, 2016
    (Last edited: Nov 11, 2016)



    09/02 - Baltimore, MD @ Ottobar
    09/06 - Los Angeles, CA @ Echo & Echoplex
    09/17 - Santa Ana, CA @ The Observatory (Chain Fest official after party)
    09/27 - Portland, OR @ Holocene
    10/04 - Los Angeles, CA @ Echo & Echoplex
    10/11 - San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop
    10/18 - Seattle, WA @ Chop Suey
    10/22 - San Diego, CA @ Casbah
    11/01 - Los Angeles, CA @ Echo & Echoplex
    11/08 - Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
    11/15 - Phoenix, AZ @ Valley Bar
    11/18 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade (Hell)
    11/29 - Portland, OR @ Holocene
    12/06 - Los Angeles, CA @ Echo & Echoplex
  2. kidinthebushes


    I have never been to one of these things. Too bad it's not coming to Chicago. Is it just a DJ (and special guests DJs) playing 2000s Era pop punk and emo songs?
  3. heymeg


    Yes, but depending on the date sometimes there's bands too, or the guest DJs are from bands and will sing with their song and/or play a short acoustic set. LA always has bands playing in the upstairs room while there's DJs downstairs as well. I've never gone to it in other cities so I don't know if it's ever different.
  4. kamzarro


    The previous ones in SF haven't had bands or notable guest DJs, but that may change.
  5. kidinthebushes


    Has anyone been out to one of these?
  6. cwhit

    still emperor emo Prestigious

    i have really passionate feelings about why i think these things basically insult me and the music i listen to

    they always portray "emo" as guilty pleasure nostalgia, how am i not supposed to feel insulted when that style of music is what i feel most passionate about in this day and age?
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  7. kidinthebushes


  8. kidinthebushes


    I still have yet to make it out to one of these things. This looks pretty epic.
  9. marsvoltamcr


    Agree completely
  10. Mister Lyrical

    Forging Clarity Supporter

    The Philly based version of this "Through Being Cool" never has really given off that vibe to me. It's always treated as a way to bring people together and enjoy their favorite music. Is it slightly leaning towards nostalgia, yes, but the DJ's and everyone I've talked to there genuinely still loves this music and the scene by and large. They market it as "Pop Punk/Post-Hardcore/Emo" and I'd say that description is pretty accurate.

    The setlist includes a bunch of 90's to now traditional Emo along with what the genres new definition is. Just an all around good time with belting out the words to some of your favorite songs with a drink in your hand.

    I will say though that the LA version does fall into the traps you're describing which I can not get behind, especially since they tried to trademark the damn thing even though Philly and New York have been doing it for almost 6 years now.
  11. y2jayjk

    Trusted Prestigious

    This is coming to MN with Justin Pierre DJing. Is it lame? It seems lame but I'm still intrigued.