Idobi Summer School at Fillmore Auditorium

Idobi Summer School Tickets

Fillmore Auditorium | Denver, Colorado

Idobi Summer School

Independent bands will reign supreme this summer as the inaugural Idobi Radio Summer School Tour takes place this season! Idobi Radio, an innovative platform that champions outstanding breaking artists, will host this 29-date outing, which features emerging alternative rock outfits that are making waves across the Internet! This year’s debut edition features viral Tiktok rock sensations Magnolia Park and Scene Queen, as well as Australian powerhouse Stand Atlantic and heavy pop icon The Home Team! See these amazing, underrated acts as they make Idobi Summer School make a coveted stop at Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium! Enjoy groundbreaking hits that are currently taking over the underground and Internet scene as these amazing groups light up the stage on Tuesday, 6th August 2024! If you’re up for seeing some dynamic and adrenaline-rushing bands, then you better hurry and secure your access to the inaugural Idobi Radio Summer School Tour at the Fillmore Auditorium!

Summer school is in session and what’s a better way to spend the season than to experience a thrilling live spectacle featuring the hottest emerging alternative rock powerhouses?! The Idobi Radio Summer School is a groundbreaking project by industry heavyweights - they’re pretty the hotshots from the Warped Tour, Hopeless Records, and KMGMT. Together, they bring forth a new headbang-worthy extravaganza featuring bands that are currently on the verge of a phenomenal breakthrough. Actually, these independent bands are already taking over the Internet with their incredible staples, and they’re pumped to perform this remarkable massive tour! Traveling close to 30 select cities this summer, Magnolia Park, Scene Queen, Stand Atlantic, The Home Team, and more will bring the house down at major venues across the nation!

If you’re a rock enthusiast, you’ve probably seen them go viral on TikTok. Magnolia Park is a fantastic group under Epitaph Records. The band belts out 2000-esque pop-punk gems like “10 for 10” and “Liar,” which blew up Tiktok in 2021. After the pandemic was over, the band proved that they’re more than one hit wonders and released several more iconic singles like “Addison Rae,” “Misfits,” and “Feel Something,” among others. The band has released a total of five EPs and three studio efforts, all of which are making waves in the pop-punk scene. In less than five years, Magnolia Park has become one of the most prolific and beloved rock outfits.

Hannah Rose Collins, a.k.a. Scene Queen, is currently regarded as the scene stealer in the metalcore circuit. After emerging on Tiktok in 2020, she has amassed over 600,000 followers on Tiktok. She blew up in 2022 upon the release of her debut EP, Bimbocore, which features singles “Pretty in Pink,” “Pink Bubblegum,” and “Pink Rover,” to name a few.

Sydney-born pop-punk icons Stand Atlantic made their incredible breakthrough in 2020. The band, signed under Hopeless Records, released their sophomore effort, Pink Elephant, which peaked at number 23 in their home country. The band also blew up during the height of the pandemic and made fantastic traction on the Internet with hits like “Drink to Drown,” “Wavelength,” “Jurassic Park,” and “Blurry.” Fast forward to 2022, the band released F.E.A.R., a dynamic studio effort that entered the top 10 in the Australian chart. :

Lastly, The Home Team is the most veteran of the bunch. They emerged from Seattle in 2013 and came out with notable singles, “Ageless,” “Since We Fell Apart,” “She’s Quiet,” and more. In 2024, they’re regarded as one of the fastest-rising independent bands. Experience their incredible career-spanning hits, including their brand new tracks, “Hell,” “Brag,” and “Loud.”

Don’t miss this outstanding debut of the Idobi Radio Summer School Tour! Experience the rip-roaring performances of alternative rock phenoms as they conquer the Fillmore Auditorium on Tuesday, 6th August 2024!

Idobi Summer School at Fillmore Auditorium

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