Stateside Presents & Live Nation
Kacey Musgraves: Oh, What A World: Tour
February 13, 2019 8:00 pm (Doors: 7:00 pm )
Ages 13 and Up

The Golden Ticket VIP Package- SOLD OUT
Package includes:
- 1 GA Standing Room Ticket
- 1 Meet & Greet with Kacey on the day of the show
- 1 Exclusive, autographed merchandise item. 


This event is 13+ (12 & under admitted with parent/legal guardian)

Soccer Mommy

"The singer-songwriter Soccer Mommy (aka Sophie Allison) details the never-ending growing pains of young adulthood with uncanny precision." - Pitchfork

"how absolutely enchanting Soccer Mommy’s music can be." - Stereogum (Best New Bands of 2016)

"Sophie Allison’s Soccer Mommy is the latest project quietly creating a storm through a prolific, increasingly-exciting output on Bandcamp…Her songs are timeless snapshots of bittersweet youth." - DIY

"so plainly beautiful and well-written that it sneaks up on of my favorite choruses of the year." - MTV

Sophie Allison’s songs are generously tender, pushing and pulling between preternatural composure and emotional disintegration.” - New York Times 

"as she makes this empowering demand for respect [on ‘Your Dog’], Sophie Allison firmly establishes herself as a vital musical voice we'll be turning to in the years to come." - NPR Music

"Allison delivers a much-needed update to the “cool girl” trope: Instead of faking nonchalance to impress men, Soccer Mommy’s character destroys them. Really, there’s nothing cooler." - Pitchfork

“The first single from Soccer Mommy's upcoming album, Clean, is so flippin' good...Sophie Allison sounds feistier, and better, than ever before.” - The FADER

“With her nostalgic pop sensibility, Soccer Mommy makes her songs feel intimate as she explores love, crushes and growing up.” - Billboard 

"if Allison’s upcoming Clean includes even two or three more songs [as good as ‘Your Dog’] you might as well pencil it in on your year-end albums list right now.." - Stereogum (#2 Best Songs of the Week)

“We’re deeply impressed with Soccer Mommy’s gorgeous, slightly fuzzy sounds, and can’t wait for the Nashville singer-songwriter’s debut to arrive” - Paste

“Clean showcases what it is to be stuck in a quicksand of self-loathing, and have it stop you from seeing your own accomplishments and more importantly, being proud of them. If Allison isn’t already chuffed with this debut, she should be.” - The Line Of Best Fit