VENUE AND EVENT INFO
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The Philadelphia Pack Night – featuring Machine Gun Kelly and local Philadelphia acts Chill Moody, Iman, and Shawn Smith.
Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia
Friday August 17; Doors Open at 9P
Now in its 4th Year, The Swisher Sweets Artist Project Pack Nights feature some of the biggest names in Hip Hop. This year the tour stops in five cities – Los Angeles, Detroit, Philadelphia, Atlanta, and Houston – and will culminate with our HUGE year end event. Don’t miss out on your opportunity to get tickets to this one-of-a -kind music showcase. More Details Can be Found at http://ap.swishersweets.com
ABOUT THE ACTS
Closing out 2017 with a certified BANG! Machine Gun Kelly has proven that he is a force to be reckoned with! His current album bloom is currently gold and has sold over 6 million worldwide and ushered in a #1 hit on pop radio with the album single “Bad Things.” A collaboration with singer Camila Cabello and produced by The Futuristics (Chris Brown/Bruno Mars), “Bad Things” also owned the Billboard Hot 100 list by staying strong for 16+ weeks. The song has amassed more than 245m+ streams globally with a radio audience of 145m and is now RIAA certified platinum.
Chill Moody cemented his status as one of the top lyricists & performers to hit Philadelphia in years when he won “Best Rapper” in Philadelphia Magazine’s annual “Best of Philly” issue. He was also named Philadelphia’s Music Ambassador by Councilman David Oh, due to his tireless efforts to "put the city on" as well as his local & national accomplishments over the years.
Representing Yonkers, New York rapper/songwriter Iman found his love for music at a very young age. When releasing his debut project in early July 2016 entitled “To Be Continued...” hosted by Hot 97’s own DJ Enuff, Iman was able to establish his own fan-base while also gaining the attention of several notable websites. Iman has performed at A3C festival, SOBs & House of vans. He has also been on the same bill with several high profile artists like Lil Wayne, Casanova, 21 Savage & PNB Rock. Iman released his latest project ‘Blessed’ on January 19th, 2018.
SHAWN SMITH, formerly known as Young Savage, is an emerging artist from Philadelphia. He has opened up for Power 99's Powerhouse concert, sold out the Theatre of Living Arts (TLA), B.E.T's Music Matters at S.O.B.'s in New York, A3C in Atlanta and many more well-known concerts and venues. Shawn has opened for larger artists like Rick Ross, Jeezy, Ty Dolla $ign, DMX, Juelz Santana, Ice Cube, and Wale.
TICKET POLICY AND INFORMATION
All Ticket Sales Are Final – No Refunds or Exchanges.
You Must be 18 to Attend.
No Video Cameras Permitted.
Capacity is limited.
By attending the Event, Ticket Holders consent to filming and sound recording of themselves as members of the audience. The Promoter may use such films and recordings (including any copies) without payment.
Line-up and Schedule are Subject to change.
The TLA is a general admission standing room only venue for most events, unless otherwise noted.
For your own safety, lining up outside of the venue for entry is not permitted more than one hour prior to the scheduled door time. Any General Admission ticketholders who arrive at the TLA prior to this time will be asked to leave the venue/line-up area and return at the designated time. If applicable, VIP and/or Pre-Show Meet and Greet ticket holders may have permission to access the venue at various earlier times depending on their package. Please refer to your point of purchase for more info.
Large bags, backpacks and professional cameras will not be admitted to the venue, so we encourage you to leave them at home or in your car.
Please note that there is no re-entry once you have entered the venue. There are many fine eating establishments on South Street that we encourage you to visit prior to coming to the TLA! Once you enter, we offer light snacks at our concession stand. When possible, we offer a small smoking section outside (times open are at venue's discretion and admittance is based on capacity).