Fri, March 29, 2024
Doors: 6:30 pm
Tickets are non-transferable until 72 hours prior to the show time. Any tickets suspected of being purchased for the sole purpose of reselling can be cancelled at the discretion of The Atlantis / Ticketmaster, and buyers may be denied future ticket purchases for I.M.P. shows. Opening acts, door times, and set times are always subject to change.
Caleb Hearon is from Chicago, and currently resides in Los Angeles. He can be seen in Jurassic World Dominion, on Showtime’s Work in Progress, FX’s Fargo, and opposite Phoebe Bridgers in the MUNA music video Silk Chiffon. He will next appear in Ally Pankiw’s feature directorial debut I Used To Be Funny, the Picturestart feature Sweethearts opposite Kiernan Shipka, Amazon’s Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Peacock’s Killing It. He was a writer for the HULU series Standing By and previously wrote for the Big Mouth spinoff Human Resources. In 2020, Variety named Caleb one of their Top Comics to Watch and Vulture named him one of 2020’s Comedians You Should and Will Know. His stand up can be seen on Comedy Central’s Stand Up Featuring Series and he tours across the country to sold out crowds.
Annie DiRusso is a Nashville based indie-rock artist born in NYC, who wears the influence of both of these cities on her sleeve. Blending buzzing garage rock guitars and high-energy performances with a pop-infused flair, the magic she creates in her hooks and melodies is apparent in her previously released singles and debut EP. She has quickly turned casual listeners into hardcore fans with V Magazine noting she’s “single handedly bringing back that raging rock sound” and Alt Press stating, “she’s set to skyrocket.” She has a fan in NPR’s Ann Powers, who listed “Frisco Forever” as her No. 4 top song of 2023.
Annie has made quite a mark on the touring world since the launch of her career amidst the pandemic, supporting artists like HAIM, Samia, Declan McKenna, beabadoobee, Djo, Peach Pit and more as well as selling out headline shows at venues such as New York’s Music Hall of Williamsburg, Nashville’s Basement East and Boston’s The Sinclair. She’s currently writing her first ever full length project to debut this year with more “honest lyrics and masterful rock” (Nashville Scene).
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