Grandson & K.Flay Present: I Love You, I'm Trying Tour
Assembly Food Hall Nashville
Wednesday, May 24, 2023 7:00 PM
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Skydeck on Broadway is thrilled to welcome Platinum-selling alternative artist grandson and k.flay for their I Love You, I'm Trying tour!
Get here early for dinner and drinks from 30+ eateries and bars at Assembly Food Hall on Level 2!
INCLEMENT WEATHER POLICY
The Skydeck stage is an outdoor venue and is not completely covered. Please consider this along with our No Refund policy when purchasing an outdoor ticket. When severe weather conditions exist in close proximity to Skydeck, we may choose to delay a performance before deciding to cancel or proceed. Umbrellas are not admitted in the venue during concerts.
SMALL BAG POLICY
Small bags under the size of 6.4 x 4.5 are permitted. No backpacks are allowed. All bags are subject to search upon entry.
NO OUTSIDE FOOD & DRINKS
There are 30+ eateries and bars to choose from in Assembly Hall on Level 2.
No refunds will be issued.
grandson molds genres, sculpting rock, hip-hop, and electronic into a vision of alternative you’ve never quite heard, seen, or felt before. Having amassed a staggering 1 billion streams and counting, the platinum-certified Canadian / American maverick flouts boundaries only to achieve stylistic unity with alacrity. He infiltrated culture as a sonic insurgent with a pair of EPs—a modern tragedy Vol. 1-2—and the 2x platinum single “Blood // Water.”
In 2020, he continued to engage with his epically enigmatic full-length debut, Death of An Optimist. He’s the rare outlier who can appear with Senator Bernie Sanders on a livestream and contribute two songs to James Gunn’s The Suicide Squad Original Motion Picture Soundtrack, namely “Oh No!! !” [with VIC MENSA & Masked Wolf] and “Rain” [with Jessie Reyez]—also remixed by star Idris Elba. Meanwhile, he’s impressively collaborated with everyone from Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park and Steve Aoki to Travis Barker, Kesha, K. Flay, X Ambassadors, Whethan, Two Feet, and DE’WAYNE, to name a few.
Speaking of high-powered collabs, he impressively joined forces with Tom Morello for “Hold The Line” and performed the latter on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon with the legendary guitarist. In addition, he has incited the applause of Rolling Stone, Variety, Billboard and many more as he continues to quietly reshape alternative with more music and surprises in 2023.
This event is part of a larger tour called I Love You, I'm Trying Tour Dates 2023!
Check out all the tour dates here.