Following the success of their last expansion tour, Emo Nite LA has hit the road again this fall, with their Denver stop coming up this Tuesday, November 8th at The Marquis Theater. The monthly event, which is typically held in Los Angeles, has hit Baltimore, Seattle, Portland, Phoenix, Atlanta and more this fall!
If you were at The Marquis the last time Emo Nite came through Denver, then you will likely understand why we're so excited for it again. Emo Nite brings together people who share the love of emo rock music from the 90's, 2000's, and today. It's an excuse to rock out and drink the night away with your best friends and make some new ones while singing along to the greatest songs of your teenage years, including tracks from the likes of Brand New, Saves The Day, New Found Glory, and The Used, partnered with some old-school jams from Sunny Day Real Estate, Jets to Brazil, American Football, Jawbreaker, and Death Cab For Cutie.
Emo Nite was started by three friends, Babs Szabo, T.J, Petracca and Morgan Freed as a nostalgic trip back to the era of MySpace and skinny jeans, but it has become much more than that. Emo Nite started a movement. It reminded everyone that there was something special and timeless about that moment in rock music we called "emo." Something that was lacking in today's musical landscape - a community, and a safe place to be yourself. No matter who that is. Simply put, Emo Nite is an experience you do not want to miss.
Grab tickets to tomorrow's event HERE!