S&S Presents

Nation of Language

Sculpture Club, Bobo
Sunday,
October 10, 2021
7:00PM MDT
Metro Music Hall
615 West 100 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

General Admission Advance

21 and Over

On sale through Oct 10 2021

Price: $13.00
Service Fee: $4.01

*MASKS MAY BE REQUIRED*

General Admission Day of Show

21 and Over

On sale starting Oct 10 2021

Price: $15.00
Service Fee: $4.59

*MASKS MAY BE REQUIRED*

Booth Reservation

21 and Over

On sale through Oct 10 2021 7:00 PM MDT

Price: $75.00
Service Fee: $8.50

Reserve one 6-person booth! Purchase does not include entry ticket. Only 5 booths available!

 

At the request of the artist, the "Nation of Language" event now requires proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test taken within 72 hours of the event. We will accept either vaccine cards or photos of your vaccine card on your phone, as long as the name matches your ID.

Masks will be required inside the venue unless actively drinking a beverage.

 

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On behalf of S&S Presents, we will now be requiring the use of masks for all patrons regardless of vaccination status at our indoor events. For the time being, this show is included in our new mask policy. We will be monitoring new information as it is made available from the CDC, and will make an announcement if/when this policy changes. Please email nic@sartainandsaunders.com regarding any questions or concerns. Thank you!

Brooklyn-based synth auteurs Nation of Language entered 2020 as one of the most heralded new acts of recent memory, having only released a handful of singles but already earning high-praise from the likes of NME, FADER, Stereogum, Pitchfork, etc.. Now in 2021, they continue to turn heads having released one of the most critically acclaimed debut albums of last year ‘ Introduction, Presence’ ) and recent breakout single ‘A Different Kind of Life’. The band’s ability to blend the upbeat with a healthy dose of sardonic melancholy made it a staple on year-end ‘Best of 2020’ lists, led PASTE magazine to dub the album ‘The most exciting synth-pop debut in years’ , and landed the band major radio play from The BBC, KCRW, KEXP, SiriusXM and countless others. Inspired by the early new-wave and punk movements, the band quickly earned a reputation for delivering frenzied nights of unconventional bliss to rapt audiences, and established themselves as bright young stars emerging from a crowded NYC landscape.