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$20.00 Tickets
Live Nation Presents
YOKE LORE
Wed, Sep 13 8:00 pm (Doors: 7:00 pm )
Crescent Ballroom
16 and up
Live Nation Presents

YOKE LORE
with special guests
GIRLHOUSE

Wednesday September 13th, 2023
Doors at 7:00 / Show at 8:00

16+

Advance Price: $20 + fees
Day of Show Price: $23 + fees

Artists

Yoke Lore

Los Angeles based, and New York raised indie pop project Yoke Lore is the solo musical venture of Adrian Galvin, previously of Yellerkin and Walk the Moon. Yoke Lore layers like Bon Iver, beats like M83, and gets to the heart of things like Phoebe Bridgers does. Galvin’s songs combine echoing waves of banjo, vocals, and percussion to create arresting pop music with tactile candor and conviction. Galvin grew up in an artistic family, his mother a director and his father an actor and sculptor. He was immersed in painting, photography, and ballet from an early age, eventually finding his first musical passion in the drums. While pursuing music, his artistry in other disciplines has not faltered, even lending his own designs to all his music’s cover art, as well as choreographing & dancing for some of his music videos. Galvin tours non-stop, playing shows and festivals spanning North America and Europe. His music has amassed 450M+ streams and he has earned an RIAA Gold certification for his hit song “Beige”. Yoke Lore has released their first song of 2023 with the cinematic and emotive “Winona” on May 11th and will be following up with much more music very soon.

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Girlhouse

Growing up in the city of Portland, OR, a place of polar opposites, girlhouse's Lauren Luiz first began to make her mark as an actress in her early twenties. Appearing in shows like the NBC hit series Grimm. Driven by her first serious breakup, she migrated to LA in 2013 to pursue her acting career, where she got her first big break in a production of Spring Awakening. The show took her to Broadway, New York, and saw her perform for President Barack Obama at The White House. While her music had yet to come to the forefront of her creative spirit, it was this pursuit of an acting dream that led her to the places and people she would come to build her music career around. It was here in LA that she met her future band mate/producer Tyler Thompson. The two had an instant creative connection and stayed firmly in touch when Lauren had to uproot to New York for Spring Awakening. Once that show ended, she returned to LA and the pair formed their first musical venture WILD, together with another band mate.

WILD became a huge force on the US folk-pop scene. They went onto release a handful of singles and an album that garnered them more than 50 million streams, a slot at SXSW, and sync deals with the likes of Mazda, Switch, and Pixar and more. But while WILD was still going strong, Lauren had spent the entire time writing music for herself, something different to what the band had been producing so far and so began to explore a new aesthetic. This was the formation of girlhouse, a solo project that Lauren felt was more in keeping with who she was as an artist and gave her a creative outlet to drive her own passions.

Fast forward to today and girlhouse has released three exceptional and critically acclaimed EPs -- her debut 'the girlhouse ep' and the aptly titled follow up's 'the second ep' and 'the third ep' which spawned the singles "cool guy," "paul blart mall cop," "concussion," "pretty girl in LA," "the fatalist," "knuckle tattoo" and many more and has amassed over 18 Million streams. She's toured with Sabrina Carpenter, The Wrecks, and more, as well as opened for Halsey last summer.

girlhouse is a tastemaker favorite, having been featured on Billboard's 10 Cool New Pop Songs, WONDERLAND, NOTION, DUMMY, EARMILK, ONES TO WATCH, DIY MAG, The Line of Best Fit, Under The Radar, The Independent, La Blogotheque, Coup de Main, Atwood Magazine, Record of The Day, Songwriting Magazine and landed on Spotify's New Music Friday US, All New Indie and Today's Indie Rock, and Apple Music's New In Rock playlists to name a few, as well as hitting the #1 spot on HYPE MACHINE multiple times.

Inspired heavily by the works of fellow female singer-songwriters such as Phoebe Bridgers, Soccer Mommy, and Lucy Dacus and now living in Nashville, her personal life still continues to inspire and influence her music, offering us