S&S Presents

Destroyer

Tuesday,
April 26, 2022
7:00PM MDT
The Urban Lounge
241 South 500 East
Salt Lake City, UT 84102

General Admission Advance

21 and Over

On sale through Apr 26 2022

Price: $20.00
Service Fee: $5.77

Proof of vaccine or negative covid test within 72 hours required for entry.

General Admission Day of Show

21 and Over

On sale starting Apr 26 2022

Price: $22.00
Service Fee: $6.86

Proof of vaccine or negative covid test within 72 hours required for entry.

Booth Reservation

21 and Over

On sale through Apr 26 2022 7:00 PM MDT

Price: $100.00
Service Fee: $9.27

Reserve one 4-person booth! Purchase does not include entry ticket. Only 5 booths available!

All events at Urban Lounge will require proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test within 72 hours of the event in order for entry. 

You need not bring your originals with you to the event. A photo or photo copy of your vaccination card or proof of negative test will be accepted as long as the name matches your ID. Proof of vaccination from the “docket” app will also be allowed. 

Masks will also be required inside Urban Lounge unless actively drinking a beverage.

Note that some events may have have stricter protocols. If protocols are updated for this event, you will be notified by email. 

Please email  support@24tix.com  with any questions.

Dan Bejar initially conceived of Have We Met as a Y2K album. He was already active during the era but not heard overhead in a cafe or salon, which is perhaps what the idea of the Y2K sound evokes nearly two decades later. Bejar assigned frequent producer and bandmate John Collins the role of layering synth and rhythm sections over demos with the period-specific Björk, Air, and Massive Attack in mind, but he soon realized the sonic template was too removed from Destroyer’s own, and the idea of a concept was silly anyway. So he abandoned it and gave Collins the most timeless instruction of all: “Make it sound cool.”

Atmosphere and loose approximations of a place or feeling are what we’ve come to expect from any new Destroyer record—certainly not an easily defined and stridently adhered to theme or concept. Have We Met manages to meet somewhere between those disparate Y2K reference points and Destroyer’s own area of expertise, gliding deftly into territory that marries the old strident Destroyer with the new, aged crooning one of late.