Events: Arizona - Phoenix - Scottsdale
- Andrew McMahon
- Livewire - Phoenix
- Music Events
Andrew McMahon began his career as the frontman for Something Corporate in the late 1990s. He went on to form Jack’s Mannequin and in 2012, began releasing music under his own name. His first solo single was “Synesthesia,” which came out in the summer of 2013 along with his debut EP, “The Pop Underground.” That same year, McMahon was listed as a new songwriter for the second season of the NBC series Smash. One of the songs that he contributed to the show, “I Heard Your Voice In a Dream” was nominated for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Music and Lyrics. In 2014, McMahon debuted his newest moniker, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness. That October, he released his self-titled LP.
Atlas Genius is an Australian group who gained national attention when their song “Trojans” was featured on the Neon Gold site. They released their debut EP, “Through the Glass” in 2012 and their debut album, “When It Was Now,” the next year. Last year, they released their sophomore album, “Inanimate Objects,” which broke the Billboard 200 chart.
Night Riots is an American pop-rock band that formed in 2010. This year, they released their latest album, “Love Gloom,” which reached the No. 15 spot on the Billboard Heatseekers chart.
Doors open at 6:00 PM! General Admission, Standing, All Ages. Livewire is an “open floor” venue to allow artists to connect with their audiences during performance.
No service fees for tickets purchased with cash at the Livewire Box Office. Facility fee is charged on all tickets. Prices are subject to change without notice.
Advanced purchase highly recommended as many shows do sell out.