Fillmore Auditorium | Denver, Colorado
Put your hands on the air and get Poppin' for the scene-stealing bars of our boy Yeat in his Fillmore Auditorium stop this May 27. The Portland, Oregon-based rapper will stop for his "2 Alive Tour" at the famous Denver, Colorado venue to give his fans a great show through his distinctive vocals, wild production choices, and creative auto-tuned melodies that will make you jump to your feet. Grab your tickets for the show and prepare to party with this promising rapper. But always remember to "rage responsibly," as Yeat's shows usually get rowdy! See you there for an epic concert this fall!
Born as Noah Oliver Smith, Yeat is a rising rapper who first emerged as an affiliate of the quietly influential underground rap collective "Slayworld." He got to be noticed as a solo performer on the video-sharing site TikTok. He was able to enjoy some viral videos and gained a significant following on Social Media. His tracks "Gët Busy" and "Sorry Bout That," which were all viral on TikTok, became his breakout songs.
After making such an enormous title for himself within the final year, Yeat has solidified himself as one of today's crucial apparent breakout artists. With a post-Whole Lotta Red sound and charisma for miles, Yeat is positioning himself to develop into a music famous person.
His major-label debut 2 Alivë dropped last March, and now he is embarking on a project tour. The 2 Alivë Tour runs for 14 dates starting in Detroit. Septembersrich, the LA rapper featured on the 2 Alivë track "Luh m," will open for Yeat on select dates. The Portland-based rapper will stop at Fillmore Auditorium this May 27, without Septembersrich. However, this isn't a problem at all since Yeat is known to deliver excellent performances on his own.
Fans can expect the same reasonably rowdy audience dominated by teenagers eager to see the rapper. So, for those who will attend the event, pay attention to what you are getting yourself into. As they say, "Rage Responsibly!"
Get your tickets now and prepare to rap along to the newer songs of Yeat, such as "Monëy So Big," "Poppin," "Outside," and more!