The Bad Girl Tour

Geordie Kieffer

BIG SIS
Thu Nov 14
Doors: 7:00 PM /  Show: 8:00 PM

All Ages*
Front Room

$20 ADV / $25 DOS

Doors at 7:00pm
Front Room
$20 Advance/$25 Day of Show
$125 VIP – Meet & Greet

Facebook RSVP

VIP Meet & Greet Includes:
– One (1) General Admission ticket
– Early admission
– Sound check performance
– Opportunity to meet and take a photo with Geordie

All ages show. Check entry requirements at https://theslowdown.com/All-Ages and https://www.theslowdown.com/covid-19/

About Geordie Kieffer
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Geordie Kieffer, the trailblazer of Agro Pop, has redefined the music landscape with his distinctive blend of hip hop, pop, and electronic elements. His debut album and accompanying music videos, featuring sensational tracks like “Sex Party,” “Icon Killer,” and “Swinger,” took the world by storm. However, it was the infectious viral hit “Red Line” that propelled Geordie to unprecedented fame, accumulating over 100K sound uses on TikTok and IG reels, along with a staggering 35M global streams. This meteoric rise cultivated a devoted following, captivated by Geordie’s eclectic lyrics and irresistible hooks. Recently, his latest single “Bad Boy” amassed an impressive 200K streams in less than a month, setting the stage for his forthcoming releases. Geordie has ambitious plans to release three new singles and an album before the culmination of 2024, building upon the momentum of his previous successes. Notably, his independently promoted 2023 tour, encompassing 25 cities, sold out completely and attracted fans of all generations,solidifying his reputation as a must see live show. Geordie’s unparalleled energy on stage leaves the audience yearning for their next encounter with his electrifying presence.

About BIG SIS
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BIG SIS is a sibling duo from Liverpool comprised of Baby and Babie Baker. Their music combines cheeky lyricism with infectious dance beats, and many of their tracks elicit a nostalgia for first wave euro-pop, though their live performances have been touted as refreshing and leading edge. oontz.