Details
Start:

September 7 - 08:00 pm

End:

September 8 - 02:00 am

Event Category:

2019-09 (SEPTEMBER), Dates, Invitations (ARCHIVE), Underground Arts, Venues

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Venue

Underground Arts

1200 Callowhill St

Philadelphia, PA, United States, 19123

Iris plays a worldwide exclusive 20th Anniversary Concert Event in Philadelphia on 9/07/19. The band will perform its groundbreaking debut album, “Disconnect,” in its entirety from start to finish, including songs never played in concert. Original member Matt Morris will join Reagan Jones and Andrew Sega for this special evening with Iris. After the performance of “Disconnect,” there will be an intermission and then a second set of hits as well as tracks from the band’s brand new album, “Six.”

There will be an afterparty with the band, and DJ Danny Red will keep the dancefloor busy. There will also be special merchandise on sale for this performance. This is a unique opportunity to celebrate the past, present and future of Iris and it will happen only once, on September 7th in Philadelphia.

A limited number of VIP Meet and Greet experiences are available. This includes early access to the venue, admission to the show, meet and greet with all 3 band members, a selfie or photo with the band (taken with your phone or camera), a T-shirt exclusive to this event, and a poster exclusive to this event, autographed on the spot for you by all 3 members. These VIP experiences are available for purchase only at the Dancing Ferret Concerts website
http://www.dancingferret.com/iris/

This event will take place at Underground Arts, located at 1200 Callowhill St. Doors open at 8pm. This is a 21+ only event.

Tickets are *on sale now* for no service charge at the Underground Arts box office during shows, at the Franklin Hall box office (421 N. 7th St., M-Sat, 12pm-6pm) and at Digital Underground (732 S. 4th St., 12pm-8pm daily). Tickets can be purchased online through Ticketfly, isotank.com and undergroundarts.org with some service charges.

Be sure to pre-order the band’s forthcoming album, “Six,” which comes out this autumn.