Senses Fail - Let It Enfold You 10 Year Anniversary Tour
Come rock out with Senses Fail when their Let It Enfold You 10 Year Anniversary Tour with guests No Bragging Rights and Knuckle Puck hits In The Venue September 9th!
Time: 6:30 PM
Ticket Price: $15 Adv/$18 Day Of
Special Information: On Sale: June 5 @ 12pm. All ages show.
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About This Person/Group
Comprised of vocalist James "Buddy" Nielsen, guitarists Dave Miller and Garrett Zablocki, bassist Michael Glita (former percussionist for Tokyo Rose), and drummer Dan Trapp, the New Jersey outfit Senses Fail developed a slick amalgam of post-hardcore chuggery and emo heartbreak that recalled such fellow New Jersey-based groups as Saves the Day. Formed in 2002 in Bergen County, Senses Fail quickly issued a debut EP and began gigging regularly while maintaining a thriving Internet presence. Drive-Thru Records took notice and signed the group in late 2002. A revamped version of the From the Depths of Dreams EP appeared in April 2003; it featured improved sound, one new song, and an acoustic version of the track "Ground Folds." A tour with the Used wrapped up the year in successful fashion, while From the Depths of Dreams cracked the Billboard 200 and helped poise Senses Fail for a commercial breakthrough.
After more heavy touring and a bit of label drama, 2004's Let It Enfold You — named after a Charles Bukowski poem — was released that September through Vagrant/Drive-Thru; a deluxe edition with bonus tracks arrived one year later. The band also contributed a cover of Suicidal Tendencies' "Institutionalized" for 2005's Tony Hawk's American Wasteland video game soundtrack. Relentless touring persisted before the bandmates began work on their sophomore effort, which saw Senses Fail hitting the studio in May 2006 with producer Brian McTernan (Thrice, Cave In) and a new guitarist, Heath Saraceno (the former Midtown member wound up permanently replacing Miller, who'd previously left the group). A main-stage spot on the American Warped Tour helped the revised band hone its chops, as did a stint with the Taste of Chaos tour in the U.K. Both appearances led up to the release of the explosive Still Searching, which deemphasized the band's screaming vocals in favor of an energetic, emo-tinged sound. Bassist Mike Glita left the lineup one year later, and Hot Water Music's Jason Black climbed aboard as a temporary replacement during the recording of Life Is Not a Waiting Room, which arrived in October 2008. - All Music Guide
219 South 600 West
Depart I-15 South. At exit 307, take ramp right and follow signs for 400 South. Turn left onto 400 South. Turn right onto 500 West. Turn left onto 600 South, and then immediately bear left onto 600 South. Arrive at In The Venue.
Depart I-15 West / I-80 North. At exit 306, take ramp right and follow signs for 600 South. Arrive at In The Venue
Depart UT-186 West /400 South / University Blvd toward 500 East. Turn left onto State Street. Turn right onto 500 South. Turn left onto 300 West. Turn left onto 600 South. Arrive at In The Venue.
Depart I-80 East. Take ramp and follow signs for 600 South. Arrive at In The Venue.
The lot to the south of the building is owned by the City of Salt Lake. It has posted NO PARKING signs. Fencing and they will ticket/tow cars. Suggested parking would be along 600 West or paid parking at the Gateway Mall.
Trax is preferred option as you can “Park n Ride”. Take the Blue Trax line and use the Old Greek Town stop. Because of Utah’s curfew law, any “All Ages” show has to be over by 11pm, which is around the time of the last departing Trax trains.
Will Call is handled at the door the night of the event. In The Venue staff can direct you the night of as there is often a separate Will Call line.
No smoking inside the building.
Patrons under 18 are welcome to any of our "All Ages" shows when accompanied by an adult or guardian that is 18+ of age. Age information is specified for each show. Additionally, because of Utah’s curfew law, any “All Ages” show has to be over by 11pm. Patrons 17 and under may not attend shows that will extend past 11pm.