June 29, 2017
343 East 25th Street
Ogden, UT 84401
Miike Snow is an indie electro-pop trio that comprises writer/producers Christian Karlsson, Pontus Winnberg, and Andrew Wyatt that debuted in 2009 on the label Downtown Records. Based in Stockholm, Sweden, Karlsson and Winnberg are best known as the production duo Bloodshy & Avant. As such, they worked with a range of international pop stars during the early 2000s, including Britney Spears, Madonna, Kylie Minogue, and Ms. Dynamite. Most notably, their production of Spears' 2004 chart-topping smash hit "Toxic" won a Grammy Award for Best Dance Recording in 2005. Based in New York City, Wyatt is a writer/producer who formerly collaborated in the groups Black Beetle and the A.M. with Joan Wasser and Michael Tighe, respectively. He's also an in-house producer for Downtown Records (Spank Rock, Amanda Blank) and a member of the band Fires of Rome, which made its full-length album debut with You Kingdom You (2009). Founded in 2007, Miike Snow brought the talents of the three together in one group, and the commercial debut single "Animal" was released on Downtown Records in 2009. A batch of promotional MP3s was also released and proved popular in the music blogosphere. Among this initial batch of MP3s were the songs "Animal" and "Burial," along with remixes of these songs by DJ Mehdi, Crookers, Benny Blanco, and Treasure Fingers; plus, there was a Miike Snow remix of the Vampire Weekend song "The Kids Don't Stand a Chance." The trio's full-length album debut was released later in the year on Downtown Records and the group departed for a North American tour. In 2012, they founded the indie label Ingrid with Lykke Li, Dungen, and Peter Bjorn and John, before releasing their second full-length Happy to You. The group followed up with the record III in March 2016. The album was led by the singles "Heart Is Full" and "Genghis Khan."
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