Life's a Trip Tour
1402 Clinton St.
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is all ages
Watch & Listen
Originally from Canton, Ohio, rapper Trippie Redd (also known as Lil 14) first emerged in 2015 with a series of online tracks that hinted early on at the versatile style he would come to develop, one that blended elements of cloud rap and trap influenced by T-Pain, Gucci Mane, and Lil Wayne with the energy of punk and metal inspired by Kiss and Marilyn Manson.
Beast Mode Born Michael Lamar White IV in 1999, he was still a teenager when his rap career started, and he began releasing mixtapes and videos that would eventually lead him to viral Internet success and a deal with the Universal-distributed label Strainge Entertainment. After working on mixtapes like 2016's Beast Mode and Awakening My InnerBeast, White delivered his most involved work with 2017's A Love Letter to You, which reached the Top 100 of the Billboard 200.
A Love Letter to You 2 He soon relocated from Ohio to Los Angeles as his fame grew. A Love Letter to You 2 followed, and debuted in the Top 40 of the Billboard 200 albums chart. That same month, he joined with Lil Wop for the EP Angels & Demons. Before the end of the year, he scored his first Hot 100 entry with the Travis Scott-assisted single "Dark Knight Dummo."
In 2018, White issued singles "Wish," "How You Feel," "Me Likey," and the Julia Michaels collaboration "Jump."
New Jersey emcee Coi Leray delivers melodic sung/rapped verses over skittering beats and heavy bass, balancing uncompromising toughness with her charismatic attitude. She left home as a teen to pursue music, issuing a steady stream of standalone singles that eventually led to her breakthrough in 2017 with the tracks "G.A.N." and "Pac Girl." Both songs landed on her debut full-length, Everythingcoz, which arrived in 2018. Later that year, she expanded her audience with the well-received "Huddy" and "No Longer Mine."
- From AllMusic.com
$35.00 - $100.00
No refunds - No exceptions. Lineups and times are subject to change. Valid government-issued photo ID required. Tickets available at the door (if not sold out). Standing room only. No re-entry.