Live Nation Presents


December 17, 2022
7:00PM MST
Kilby Court
741 South Kilby Court (330 West)
Salt Lake City, UT 84101

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Kxllswxtch, whose real name is Jonathan Robert Whitmer, was born on July 17, 1999, and is currently 22 years old. He is a recording artist from Orange County, CA. He started creating music in 2017 and has been doing it ever since. He uses yelling vocals and the visuals often feature violent images. His music is a diverse array of heavy rap, rock, violent and lyrical songs, and exciting collaborations.

His first EP release was called InVain on Soundcloud. However, since these releases, he has made his earlier music private. He later, in 2019, headlined the Blood & Bone Tour in the Western United States. He signed a deal with Empire in 2020 and released his album KILL! He came out with DISORDER in 2021 and that year he also participated in the Blood Was Never Thick As Water National Tour alongside Pouya, Jasiah, and Lu baby.

He is known for his range of styles and expert songwriting ability. Kxllswxtch became a popular artist with over 30 million streams and has performed in over 32 cities. His music has been described as both emotional alternative rock, as well as heavy-metal rap. He has clearly developed his own unique style of music and rap. 


* No weapons of any kind.
* No outside food or beverages.
* No alcohol. Kilby Court is a dry, all ages venue.
* No drugs or illicit substances.
* No smoking inside the venue.
* No unauthorized/unlicensed vending, soliciting, handbills, sampling, or giveaways.
* No flash photography.
* No moshing, crowd-surfing, or stage diving.
* No pets allowed. Service animals must have identification.
* No backpacks or large bags. Small purses and fanny packs allowed but subject to search.
* Security reserves the right to search bags, perform pat-down checks, and refuse/revoke entry at their discretion. These reasons include intoxication, disturbing hygiene, engaging in hate speech, belligerent or noncompliant behavior, acts or threats of violence, disturbing other guests, etc.