New wave meets the new millennium during catchy tunes from Neon Trees, Big Data, and more during a concert that benefits several charities
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$16 for one ticket to Neon Trees Summer Bash Concert (up to $33.81 value)
When: Saturday, June 13, at 5:30 p.m.
Where: Utah Valley University
Door time: 5 p.m.
Full offer value includes ticketing fees
Neon Trees Summer Bash Concert
Neon Trees: Since the arrival of their 2010 breakthrough single “Animal,” new wave-flavored pop outfit Neon Trees have dominated MP3 players, television sets, and hidden tree radios across america. Their raucous 2012 hit “Everybody Talks” set the stage for 2014’s Pop Psychology, a confident, 80s-influenced record that’s every bit as fun as its predecessors. Click here for six things we think inspired the music video for Pop Psychology’s lead single, “Sleeping with a Friend.”
Big Data: This electro-pop act, a.k.a. Brooklyn-basedAlan Wilkis, created considerable buzz with the single “Dangerous” before his debut album, 2.0, even dropped. The 2015 release proved worth the wait, featuring guest appearances by artists such as Jamie Lidell and Rivers Cuomo.
Fictionist: The Utah-based rock outfit’s distinctive sound has earned praise from Baeble Music, who described them as an “MGMT update of Peter Gabriel.” In other words, “incandescent shadow-pop.”
Also appearing: Alex Winston | The Strike | Blue Aces | Yes No Yes | Two Nations
About the event: Hosted by The 5 Star Legacy Foundation, the concert will benefit charities such as Kids on the Move and Lifting Hearts, a Breast Cancer Support Group. In addition to the music, the event lights up the sky with a fireworks display.