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99 Neighbors have learned the virtues of patience. After a foundational burst of creativity and an equally fast rise, all seven members of the Burlington, Vermont, alt-rap collective can agree that the best things in life take time and focus. Yes, their bedrock is still back there in the 24-hour art hub of an apartment where it all began, and their singular sound is still the hyperactive crush of rock, pop, R&B, and hip-hop heard on their gripping 2019 debut, Television. But their new album Wherever You're Going I Hope It's Great grew out of a period of willful slowdown -- a clarifying of perspective -- and is built around the idea of moving forward with intention. Hence, the LP is rich with new sonic strains from dusty jazz to UK-inspired electronica to thrilling pop. The collective's members also had time for both experience and reflection, resulting in lyrics that delve deep into identity, addiction, discovery, and meaning. The end result sounds adventurous and expansive yet decisive and complete -- a considerable feat from several wild minds constantly bouncing off one another. A genuine joy permeates the new music, even when the songs touch on heavy themes. It's the sound of seven friends living out their dreams, struggles, and triumphs together. It took a while to get there, but when 99 Neighbors finally did, the concept of the project became rather simple. As rapper/singer HANKNATIVE puts it, "We all just want the best for each other."
Florida based 9-piece collective seeyousoon -- Ignacio, Kenny, Denny, Maddie, Josh, Dre, Drex, Luke, and Mitch -- met in 2018 and bonded over sounds as diverse as Jadakiss to Mars Volta, forming seeyousoonas a vehicle to put together their debut offering, VIDÉ. Gaining support from the likes of The FADER, Lyrical Lemonade, COLORS, Wonderland Magazine and many others the group is proving themselves as someone to keep an eye on moving forward.
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To enter our establishments, you are required to provide proof that you are fully vaccinated*, OR proof of a negative COVID-19 test that was administered by or under the supervision of a healthcare provider within 48 hours of the date on which you are attending a show at Exit/In. Proof of vaccination and test results must bear a name that matches the government-issued identification for the patron that is seeking entry.
Proof of Vaccination
We will accept a picture or scan on your cell phone, photocopy, or original document of your CDC-issued vaccination card.
If you need a replacement vaccine card, you can contact your vaccine provider or local health department.
*To be fully vaccinated, you must be:
14 days after your second shot of either Moderna or Pfizer
14 days after your first shot of Johnson & Johnson
Negative COVID-19 Test
We will accept a printed, or digital copy of a negative COVID-19 test result administered by or under the supervision of a healthcare professional within 48 hours of the date of the show you are attending.
At-home tests will not be accepted under any circumstance.
If our staff has grounds to believe that you have presented fraudulent or falsified documents, we reserve the right to deny you entry into our establishment. If you are unvaccinated, we encourage you to wear a mask even if you have tested negative for COVID within the past 48 hours before the show.
The CDC recommends that masks are worn in public indoor spaces in areas with high transmission rates regardless of vaccination status. The CDC also recommends that unvaccinated people wear masks at all times. We highly encourage mask-wearing for all patrons, and will have free masks available at points of entry.
Valid government-issued photo ID required for entry.
Lineups and times are subject to change.
Any ticket suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be canceled at the discretion of EXIT/IN and/or SeeTickets.
No refunds - No exceptions.
seeyousoon / Brian Brown