We The Kings

Monday, August 22, 2022
Door 6pm Show 6:45pm
$40.50 to $75

This concert is a standing room only concert. Ticket descriptions are as follows:
**ALL TICKET DESCRIPTIONS WILL HAVE ACCESS TO A Q&A/STORY TIME SET AT 6:45***
General Admission-This ticket is on our main floor, closest access to the stage and standing room only.
Loft Ticket-This ticket is in our loft area and only available for certain shows, limited first come, first serve seating, limited cocktail standing tables and a private bar when available. 
NSA Ticket-these are exclusive to our Newberry Sound Association members, see link for more information. https://thenewberrymt.com/sound-association/

We The Kings’ storied career has been marked by a deep reciprocity between the band and their fans. The band exploded out of Bradenton, Florida in 2007 with the release of their self-titled debut, producing singles like “Check Yes Juliet,” which became one of the most iconic songs of the late ‘00s pop-punk movement. Millions instantly fell in love with their buoyant spirit and emotionally poignant songwriting as they released singles like “Heaven Can Wait,” “We’ll Be A Dream (feat. Demi Lovato),” “Say You Like Me” and “Sad Song.” Vocalist/Guitarist Travis Clark, along with Hunter Thomsen (guitar), Danny Duncan (drums), Charles Trippy (bass) and Coley O’Toole (keyboard, guitar) have quickly learned to adapt in 2020 to now collaborate and make music from home while connecting with their fans in new ways.

On February 5, 2021 the band released ‘SAGA,’ their latest EP and follow-up to the successful 2018 full-length, ‘Six’. With the ongoing distance between members and touring, the band continued to keep their fans and songwriting at the forefront, penning fresh singles for the EP that include “Turn It Up,” “These Nights,” “No 1 Like U,” and “Falling (So In Love).” They’ve pieced together treasured memories of the band’s years in the studio, on the road, and with their friendships on ‘SAGA.' Each song on SAGA revisits a unique time in We The Kings history, and takes the listener to a time and place that was important to the band.