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R5 Louder World Tour

Ross is the star of Disney's Austin and Ally, Riker is a Warbler on Glee, along with Rydel, Rocky and Ratliff, R5 is today's hottest teen pop/ rock band. This young band has screaming fans around the world with 4 million YouTube views, 500,000 Facebook likes, one million Instagram followers and more than 1.5 million combined twitter followers. They have headlined sell-out concerts all across North America, Europe and Australia. They rocketed to Billboard's Top 200 and hit No. 2 on the iTunes Pop chart, with their debut album Louder.

Date: 2014-09-11
Time: 8:00 PM
Ticket Price: $45-$25

Special Information: On Sale: May 12 @ 9am. Rain or shine event.

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Ask the members of R5 about the best way to play their music and you get a one-word answer: Loud. Whether on stage or in the studio, siblings Riker, Rydel, Rocky and Ross Lynch, along with best friend Ratliff, tend to crank it. But it doesn’t stop there. They hope their rapidly growing army of fans will pump up the volume when they sample R5’s new Hollywood Records EP, aptly titled “Loud.”

“Our basic mindset was that we wanted to make everyone feel excited and happy,” says Riker Lynch of the new EP. “It’s about driving down the highway with the top down and blasting music. We didn’t want anything too deep and dark.”

Bright and sunny is more like it. To perfect their sound, R5 worked with producer-songwriters Emanuel “Eman” Kiriakou (Selena Gomez, Hot Chelle Rae) and Evan “Kidd” Bogart, who won a Grammy for writing the Beyonce hit, “Halo.” The team wrote three tracks for the band while R5 members Riker and Ross contributed an original.

The 4-song EP covers a lot of musical ground, starting with the heart-stopping title track. The doo-wop-influenced rocker “I Want You Bad” tackles the theme of longing for someone else’s girlfriend, while “Fallin’ For You” counts off the reasons why that one special girl is so special. The up-tempo ballad “Here Comes Forever,” written by Riker and Rocky, riffs on a score of clever movie references to sum up the perfect romance.

At the end of a typical rom-com, the heroes usually walk into the sunset. But now is a time of sunrise for R5, undisputedly the teen band to watch in 2013.
If Riker and Ross look familiar, it’s because the former is a regular on “Glee” (as a member of the a cappella group, the Warblers) while Ross stars in the Disney Channel Original smash hit series, “Austin & Ally.” Each band member is a virtuoso musician and all write, especially lead guitarist Rocky and bassist Riker, who serve as R5’s in-house songwriters.

The R5 story actually begins in the Denver suburb of Littleton, Colo. There, as a child, Riker got things started when he revealed a talent for singing. With Elvis, the Beatles and the Stones playing in background, soon Riker and his siblings started taking music seriously.
Once they set on a show business career, the entire family moved to Los Angeles in 2007. The Lynch kids experienced success quickly, finding professional acting, dance and commercial opportunities.

Though the Lynchs had their musical act down, something was missing: a drummer. That’s when they turned to friend Ellington Ratliff, who rounded out the line-up. “Being an only child, the Lynchs are my second family,” Ratliff says. “I get the best of both worlds: my own family and then this huge family.”

Though no one would fail to see the family resemblance among the Lynch siblings, each is unique. “Rydel is the giggly innocent,” says Ross of his sister. “The fans love her and the girls look up at her. Yet she’s also one of the boys.” Says Rocky of lead singer Ross, “He’s good at everything and he knows it. He’s the most confident kid.”

All agree Riker is the “captain of the ship,” Ratliff the funny one and Rocky the best composer. As the only girl in the group, keyboard player Rydel says she’s having the time of her life. “Ratliff and my brothers are the best,” she says, adding with a laugh, “but I usually get my way.”

For much of 2012, the band honed its performing chops, headlining club shows in Chicago, Phoenix, Toronto, New York, New Jersey and beyond. “There’s something cool that happens when we’re on stage together,” Riker says. “There’s nothing more fun in the world. We try to be very personable, and meet the entire audience after shows. Fans you meet on the road stick with you forever.”

That theory panned out, as R5 boasts more than 112,000 Facebook page likes. And that was the tally before the release of “Loud.” Now that the EP is out, the band is set for a spring 2013 tour, though a national TV audience got a sneak peek when R5 performed at the Progressive Skating and Gymnastics Spectacular, broadcast on NBC.

After a lifetime of prep, it’s time for R5 to bring it. The band members say they are more than ready, and feel confident their new EP will impress. All fans have to do is turn it up loud. How’s that sound? - r5rocks.com

Venue Details

***2014 Changes***
Starting with the 2014 season, all chairs brought into the amphitheater for seating on the lawn will be limited to a height of 12" from the ground to the seat. No chairs taller than this will be allowed. Also, the lawn area will no longer be separated into chair and blanket sections. Both chairs and blankets will be able to go anywhere on the lawn. Chairs are recommended to ensure maximum visibility from the lawn.

9400 South 1300 East
Sandy, UT 84094

From the North (on I-15 S)
Depart I-15 South
At exit 295, take ramp right and follow signs for UT-209
Turn left onto UT-209 / W 9000 S
Turn right onto S 1300 E
Arrive at 9400 S 1300 E, Sandy, UT 84094

From the South (on I-15 N)
Depart I-15 North
At exit 295, take ramp right and follow signs for UT-209
Turn right onto UT-209 / W 9000 S
Turn right onto S 1300 E
Arrive at 9400 S 1300 E, Sandy, UT 84094

From the West (on I-215 E)
Depart I-215 East
At exit 9, take ramp right for Union Park Ave. South toward Cottonwood Heghts / Sandy / Midvale
Bear right onto Union Park Ave
Road name changes to S 1300 E
Arrive at 9400 S 1300 E, Sandy, UT 84094

The Sandy Amphitheater is a state of the art concert venue that seats 2,750 on both the lawn and in fixed chairs.