I guess I'm going on tour
I guess I'm going on tour
Due to unforeseen circumstances, our show with khai dreams at The New Parish on October 13th, 2021 has been cancelled. Refunds are available at point of purchase. Thank you for understanding and we apologize for the inconvenience.
A note from khai dreams:
“Hi everyone. It’s painful to say this but due to personal difficulties im going through i have decided to cancel the tour. I appreciate your support and understanding immensely and i hope to one day make it up to you all.”
Another Planet Entertainment is committed to producing safe events. Patrons attending this event at The New Parish are required to show proof of full vaccination (must be 2 weeks past final dose) OR a negative COVID-19 test within 48 hours from the time of entry to the venue. Per Alameda County, masks are also required. For more information, visit our Health & Safety page.
* Policy is subject to change
This event is all ages.
$17.00 — General Admission (Advance)
$20.00 — General Admission (Door)
*plus applicable service fees
The general on sale begins Friday, May 21st at 10am!
All doors & show times subject to change.
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Born and raised in Eugene, Oregon, khai has been writing songs ever since picking up the ukulele in sixth grade, which they still primarily use to write songs, finding inspiration in artists like James Taylor and Leonard Cohen. After the first track they uploaded to Soundcloud in high school was met with a glowing response, khai continued to collaborate with producers all over the world and hone their songwriting craft, gaining traction on official Spotify playlists in 2017 with “Lost In You.” In 2019, khai released their debut EP Now and Then, featuring the lead track “Sunkissed,” which has amassed more than 125 million streams after taking off on TikTok and encapsulates the warm positivity that runs throughout khai’s music. Their overall body of work has accumulated more than 620 million streams to date. In 2020, khai shared their first new music of the year, “Good Advice,” with more to come in 2021.
“I’m always writing,” says Simone. “It’s therapeutic for me, like a muscle I need to exercise every day.”
Such devotion to craft helps explain the breakout 16-year-old star’s prolific output over the past year, as well as the remarkable growth showcased on her addictive new EP, Love Lessons. Written and recorded entirely during quarantine, the collection is a pure rush of dopamine fueled by raw, vulnerable performances and deep, insightful lyrics. Simone writes with a cinematic eye here, capturing the rough edges of modern relationships in vivid detail, and the EP’s arrangements are sonically rich to match, mixing radio-ready pop hooks with indie rock grit and singer/songwriter intimacy. The result is a collection that lands somewhere between Carly Rae Jepsen and Phoebe Bridgers, a buoyant, brilliant batch of earworms exploring the rise and fall of teenage romance in all its exhilarating, heartbreaking transience.
Born and raised in New York City, Simone first fell in love with Broadway as a youngster. By the age of ten, she’d already appeared in a slew of musicals, and by the time she hit middle school, she was writing her own songs and performing regularly in bars and clubs all over the city. It was at one of those early performances that Simone caught the attention of a New York-based producer, and soon she found herself recording in a proper studio and making major waves across Spotify and social media. With a mix of mesmerizing performance clips and down-to-earth, straight-to-camera videos documenting daily life, she quickly went viral on TikTok, racking up millions of likes from fans around the world who could relate to both her unabashed ambition and dry, self-deprecating sense of humor.