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Dessa with MONAKR Presented by Indie 102.3 FM

  • Levitt Pavilion Denver 1380 West Florida Avenue Denver, CO, 80223 United States (map)
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LEVITT PAVILION DENVER FREE CONCERT SERIES

Dessa with MONAKR Presented by Indie 102.3 FM

VIP Upgrades Available

Your donation gets you:

  • Access to our seated VIP Patio

  • 2 complimentary drinks

  • Early entry at 5:30pm

  • Premium stage viewing

All Ages | General Admission Lawn

Doors at 6:00 PM | Show at 7:00 PM

This event is Rain or Shine

For more information about the artist, please visit: http://www.doomtree.net/dessa/http://www.monakr.com

Dessa

Singer, rapper, and writer Dessa has made a career of bucking genres and defying expectations—her résumé as a musician includes performances at Lollapalooza and Glastonbury, co-compositions for 100-voice choir, performances with the Minnesota Orchestra, and a top-200 entry on the Billboard charts for her album Parts of Speech. She contributed to the #1 album The Hamilton Mixtape; her track, “Congratulations,” notched over 5 million streams. Dessa’s third full-length album Chime (Doomtree Records) was listed by NPR as one of 2018’s most anticipated albums. As a writer, she’s been published by The New York Times Magazine, broadcast by Minnesota Public Radio, published two literary collections of her own, and is set to release her first hardcover collection, My Own Devices, in the fall of 2018. She’s been covered by Pitchfork, Forbes, and The Wall Street Journal amongst others. The LA Times says Dessa “sounds like no one else.” The Utne Reader calls her a “one-woman powerhouse.” On the stage and on the page, her style is defined by a ferocity, wit, tenderness, and candor.

MONAKR

Chicago-based MONAKR formed in 2014 as a collaboration between former members of indie pop band Hey Champ (Saam Hagshenas and Jonathan Marks) and Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Matthew Santos. Largely inspired by the Peter Gabriel flavored electro-pop-rock of the ’80s, MONAKR’s music couples with dark R&B and the moody trip-hop of the late ’90s.