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TK101, Steve Hall Prod and Soul Kitchen Present:
HIGHLY SUSPECT
Tue February 7, 2023 8:00 pm CST (Doors: 6:30 pm )
$32.50 - $87.50
Doors open at 630 and show time at 800.

Tickets are $32.50 in advance and $38 day of show (if available).
 Seated Side Riser tickets are $85 (ltd qty).

Highly Suspect Early Entry Package - $87.50
One GA Ticket
One Autographed Commemorative VIP Laminate
One Exclusive VIP Merchandise Item
Early Entry
Early-Access Merchandise Shopping


Get adv tickets starting Thursday November 10th at 10am at www.soulkitchenmobile.com or by calling 866.777.8932.

Under 18 with a parent only.  Anyone under 21 pays $5 surcharge at the door.

All support acts are subject to change without notice.
 
HIGHLY SUSPECT
Never content to follow, Highly Suspect push rock music forward by trusting their instincts and raising a middle finger to everything else. The multi-GRAMMY®Award-nominated and gold-certified band -Johnny Stevens [vocals, guitar], Ryan Meyer [drums, vocals], Rich Meyer [bass, vocals], Matt Kofos [guitar] and Mark Schwartz [synths] -don’t just talk about burning the rules and breaking the mold; they actuallydo so. The band’s chemically imbalanced mix of gritty guitars, haunting piano, off-kilter synths, hip-hop production, cinematic vision, and beautifully possessed vocals transformed them into a phenomenon beloved by a diehard global fanbase known as“MCID”[My Crew Is Dope].After grinding it out as an underground curiosity, they scraped a path to mainstream infamousness with their 2015 full-length debut,Mister Asylum. It earned a GRAMMY®Award nomination in the category of“Best Rock Album”as the single “Lydia” received a nomination for “Best Rock Song” was certified gold by the RIAA. The 2016 follow-upThe Boy Who Died Wolfroared to life with the gold-selling “My Name Is Human,” which catapulted to #1 on theBillboardMainstream Rock Chart and garnered a GRAMMY®Nomination for“Best Rock Song.”2019’sMCIDaffirmed them as the rare outfit who could collaborate with Young Thug and Gojira on the same album.Loudwirehailed the latter among the“50 Best Rock Albums of 2019.”With hundreds of millions of streams and sold out shows on multiple continents, Highly Suspect charge ahead of the pack again on 2022’sThe Midnight Demon Clubwith no compromises and no apologies as they challenge rock to be dangerous and maybe even life-changing again.