Ogden Twilight Session Two

Sylvan Esso

Tuesday,
July 17, 2018
5:00PM MDT
Ogden Amphitheater
343 East 25th Street
Ogden, UT 84401

General Admission Advance

All Ages

On sale through Jul 16 2018

Price: $10.00
Service Fee: $2.21

Your individual ticket purchase may be applied to the purchase of a Season Ticket package when they go on sale in Spring, 2018. Service fee include 7.1% Ogden Sales Tax.

General Admission Day of Show

All Ages

On sale starting Jul 17 2018

Price: $15.00
Service Fee: $2.57

VIP Advance

All Ages

On sale through Jul 16 2018

Price: $50.00
Service Fee: $6.30

Ogden Twilight VIP offers a limited number of attendees the opportunity to sit in a reserved section directly in front of the stage. Your individual ticket purchase may be applied to the purchase of a Season Ticket package when they go on sale in Spring, 2018. Service fee include 7.1% Ogden Sales Tax.

 

Sylvan Esso

Sylvan Esso’s sophomore album, What Now, is the sound of a band truly fulfilling the potential and promise of their debut. Everything has evolved - the production is bolder, the vocals are more intense, the melodies are more infectious, and the songs shine that much brighter. However, it is also a record that was made in 2016 - which means it is inherently grappling with the chaos of a country seething inward on itself, the voices of two people nestled in studios around the country who were bemused by what they looked out and saw. It’s an album that is both political and personal, and blurs the line between the two – What Now describes the inevitable low that comes after every high, fulfillment tempered by the knowledge that there is no clearly defined conclusion. What Now asks where we go as a culture when standing at what feels like a precipice. It’s a record about falling in love and learning that it won’t save you; about the oversharing of information and the fine line between self-awareness and narcissism; about meeting one’s own personal successes but feeling the fizzling embers of the afterglow rather than the roar of achievement; about the crushing realization that no progress can ever feel permanent. It is an album that finds its strength in its own duality. But at its core, What Now is an album of the finest songs this band has ever written- produced masterfully, sang fearlessly- to articulate our collective undercurrents of anxiety and joy.

Sylvan Esso’s Grammy nominated sophomore album What Now is out now on Loma Vista Recordings and available here.

Doors & Food Vendors Open at 5:00pm
Bands begin at 6:00PM

All events are held rain or shine. Artists subject to change.
Tickets required for all attendees ages 4 and over.

Your Ogden Twilight ticket is also your RideUTA pass for the night. You can take FrontRunner, Trax, the 470, the 603, etc... You can be socially and environmentally friendly and it won't cost you a thing. We'll also have a bike valet set up at the amphitheater.

 

Ogden Amphitheater & Ogden Twilight Rules:

  • Tickets required for all attendees ages 4 and over
  • Everyone entering the venue must have a ticket or pay at the gate
  • Cash only for gate purchases
  • No re-entry
  • No weapons or firearms
  • No coolers
  • No pets allowed, service dogs must have ID
  • No smoking
  • No outside food or beverage of any kind
  • No pro audio, video, or photo equipment
  • No chairs, blankets or umbrellas
  • All concerts are rain or shine
  • Artists subject to change
  • No refunds
  • Security reserves the right to refuse service at their discretion
  • More info: www.ogdenamphitheater.com