Los Angeles, CA – LA’s monthly Emo Nite is expanding their fashion reach with the announcement that their new collection will be sold in Urban Outfitters online and in stores across the country. The line will consist of t-shirts, hats and a long sleeve tee. For a full list of stores that will carry the Emo Nite x UO collaboration, see below. For more information on all things Emo Nite LA, please visithttp://emonite.com.
In celebration of the launch, Space 15 Twenty will be the home to a weekend of DJ sets by Ham on Everything + Skins, musical performances by DALES, SUPER WHATEVR, La Bouquet, Love Nothing and Luna Shadows, Phhhoto Booths, a live taping of the Ride or Cry Podcast, a special session ofNamastay 18 Forever, which is an Emo Themed Yoga class presented by Namasdrake, an art installation showcasing all of the art created for Emo Nites over the past 2 and a half years and more! Be sure to get to Space 15 Twenty, located at 1520 N. Cahuenga Blvd in Los Angeles during the weekend of June 23rd – 25th.
Emo Nite LA is an event started by three friends (Babs Szabo, T.J. Petracca and Morgan Freed) that brings together people who share the love of emo rock music from the 90’s, 2000’s, and today. Different notable artists and musicians from all genres that have been inspired by emo and pop punk music have either DJ’d or performed at the events, which happen monthly in Los Angeles and regularly around the country in cities like New York City, San Francisco, San Diego, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Louisville, Phoenix, Seattle and more.
Celebrities like Halsey, Machine Gun Kelly, Demi Lovato, Debby Ryan, Post Malone, Kristen Stewart, Tyler Posey (Teen Wolf), Will Noon (Fun), Cole Sprouse, Scheana Marie (Vanderpump Rules), Justin Hartley (This Is Us/Young and the Restless) andChristhell Stause (All My Children) have attended the events in Los Angeles and have been seen wearing pieces from previous Emo Nite merchandise collections. Emo Nite has been featured in outlets like MTV, Teen Vogue, Consequence of Sound, Forbes, Rolling Stone, The New Yorker, LA Times, Billboard, LA Weekly, Time Out LA, Alternative Press, FUSE, HelloGiggles KERR
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