This event is all ages.
$29.50 – General Admission
*plus applicable service fees
For an additional $85.00, you can opt in to upgrade your experience to include access to the exclusive Looking Glass Lounge before, during and after the show! Please note all Looking Glass Lounge upgrades are subject to availability.
All doors & show times subject to change.
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In early 2015, San Francisco indie-pop band No Vacation quickly received attention for the nostalgic bedroom-pop sounds off of their debut mixtape, Amo XO and their surf-rock single, “Dræm Girl”. They followed that up with 2017’s similarly hazy EP Intermission.
After a live release and a year-long hiatus later, No Vacation re-emerged from their hibernation by releasing a single and music video for “Yam Yam,” their wildly successful single from “Intermission”.
In 2019, the band released the “Phasing” EP. The Fader said “it was easily their best yet, eschewing the promising but semi-ironic beach-punk of their early days in favor of smart, beguiling dream pop.”
No Vacation has maintained its core lineup, keeping intact the quintessence of their sound—a calm, warm exuberance draped with Sab Mai’s signature subdued vocal style mixed with Nat Lee’s classical string and piano background and Harrison Spencer’s distinct shoe gaze guitars.
Wallice is an indie pop wunderkind who has swiftly become one of Gen Z’s most exciting new voices, known for her tongue-in-cheek, self-effacing anthems. After picking up her first instrument at age 6, Wallice started writing songs in middle school and later played in her high school band, inspired by the lyricism of Thom Yorke, Lana Del Rey and the punky irreverence of Weezer and No Doubt. She also modelled and acted (once appearing in an episode of Frasier) throughout adolescence, with her former actress mother supporting all creative pursuits. A proud college dropout, she attended the New School in New York City for Jazz Vocal performance for a year before moving back to California and connecting with childhood friend marinelli, who helped her hone the wistful indie pop style that led to her rise.