You Can't Come ft. SiDMFKiD, Future Heroes, Trip Phontaine + More

Larimer Lounge Presents

You Can't Come ft. SiDMFKiD, Future Heroes, Trip Phontaine + More

SiD, Trip Phontaine, Khaki, Stagename, AKWA

Thursday, 5/11

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$10.00 - $15.00

This event is 16 and over

All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show.

Future Heroes
The Future Heroes are the who's who of drunken disorderly, dime-bagging, twenty somethings, known for turning fans into freaks with two mics and a DJ that likely stole his computer from a frat party. They're the type of kids to steal your girlfriend's mom from her PTA meeting after getting her all hopped up on pot brownies.

The duo recently released WordArt, an EP featuring 6 specially formulated ear vitamins specifically designed to take ones' mind off real world things like jobs and parking tickets and focus it on dope shit like eating Oreo's and getting laid. The EP was premiered thru HipHopDX and can be found on the Future Heroes' Soundcloud as well as Spotify, Apple Music, etc.

Where a lot of rap loses quality in a live setting, @imnotmars + @thekennethdeezy destroy that mold. They are true to their recorded style, if not better. Their natural stage presence is complemented by their ingenious relationship and a DJ that refuses to quit. Future Heroes have shared the stage with acts such as Flatbush Zombies, Too $hort, Waka Flocka, Kevin Gates, Freddie Gibbs, Riff Raff, IAMSU, and many more.
SiD
Sid grew up in Indianapolis with 3 siblings as well as a huge extended family. He's always been close with his family but knew a move to Denver would be beneficial to his music career. He has lived in Denver since February, 2016. Sid has been performing on different scales since he was a child. His grandmother started him in ballet in middle school and at that point he knew he was born to be a performer. Sid eventually moved on to be Seaweed J. Stubbs in an Indianapolis based version of "Hairspray" when he was in high school and started modeling around that same time.
For fun, Sid created music with family and friends whenever they were together but didn't start recording until the end of 2015. Sid went through some difficult times including being expelled from high school and more recently, being robbed at gunpoint. He used writing music as an outlet and release for him to express himself. Since then, he has dedicated most of his time to writing songs, recording, and promoting the amazing product he has created.
Venue Information:
Larimer Lounge
2721 Larimer St.
Denver, CO, 80205
http://www.larimerlounge.com/