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Premier Concerts and Manic Presents:


with Chase Petra, TX2, Teenage Joans
Doors: 6:00 pm | Show: 7:00 pm
All Ages
Space Ballroom
Hamden, CT

General Admission Standing Room Only


NOAHFINNCE is the alias of Noah Adams, a virtuoso performer (he plays drums, guitar, bass, ukulele and sings). Noah has always wanted community. It started as a kid, when he found understanding in the music of My Chemical Romance, Green Day and Fall Out Boy before taking his obsession online. From there, he started posting covers on YouTube where he now has 895k+ subscribers, and regularly queued for hours at local shows to get to the barrier, but also hang out with like-minded fans. He also used the platform to talk about his alienating experiences with coming out as trans and, after a lot of encouragement from his growing fanbase, started releasing his own music. Noah brings a refreshing new energy to the world of alternative rock and pop punk with his punchy anthems as well as establishing himself as a prominent figure within the online LGBTQ+ community.

Links: Official Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Spotify


Chase Petra is a band that exists out of necessity. In other words, within this project, making music is not so much a choice as it is an inherent and inextricable feature of life. Their debut album Liminal features quarter-life-crisis pop rock tunes rooted in early 2000s pop punk and indie rock. Meanwhile, the songs’ subject matter runs the gamut, covering everything from issues of social justice (i.e. sexism, classism) to personal growing pains and on to topics of a more nefarious denotation. Hailing from Long Beach, CA, Chase Petra is willing to go just about anywhere and try just about anything and they are very much looking forward to the future.

Links: Official Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Spotify


Rising out of the shadows of a small town known for music, Fort Collins; TX2 brings an unmatchable intensity in his music through the form of powerful raw lyrics and explosive performances. After struggling for so many years as an artist, TX2 used his pain as fuel and finally found his sound. As a result, his music went viral on Tik Tok and he now has 500K+ followers on the platform.

TX2 has since begun a movement known among his fans known as the "X Movement", which is all about bringing awareness to mental health and creating a safe space for those in need to talk. The rules are simple, any member can vent and share how they are feeling- while other members are encouraged to push other members' self-esteem up. The movement is currently growing every day, providing a platform to speak about mental health, vent, and support one another. TX2 wants everyone to know they are not alone in their struggles.

Links: Official Website | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Spotify


Since Teenage Joans first burst onto the stage in late 2018, they have left their shining charisma and punk spirit in every room they play. Not only does this two piece pop-punk powerhouse play beautifully crafted songs that have audiences singing along the first time they hear them, but the songs are as real and important as they are unapologetic.

Going from strength to strength, Teenage Joans have already shared stages with Amy Shark, Pale Waves, and The Chats, and are set to support Foo Fighters in 2023. In their massive debut year, Teenage Joans performed at Laneway Festival 2019 as part of the Girls Rock! Showcase, and since have played hugely impactful sets at SXSW 23, Bigsound 22, and Groovin The Moo 23, just to name a few.

Before taking out the crown in triple j's Unearthed High 2020, Teenage Joans were voted ‘South Australian Best Live Act’ in the 2019 National Live Music Awards, and currently hold the title of South Australians ‘Best Punk Artist’ since 2021. They also hold the record for most awards in one night at the South Australian Music Awards, bringing home a whopping 7 awards in the 2021 ceremony.

After winning ‘Best Release’, ‘Best Song’, and ‘Best Cover Art’ for their debut EP “Taste Of Me” (SAM Awards), Teenage Joans have undoubtedly followed up with their stunning debut album “The Rot That Grows Inside My Chest”. It has been described as “one that reflects both creative and professional growth with compelling dexterity” (The Soundcheck).

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