Sleeping With Sirens

All Ages
Friday, October 14, 2022
Door: 6pm | Show: 7pm

We require proof of full vaccination for Covid-19 for entry to this show; a negative COVID test will not be accepted for admittance. Masks are not required but are encouraged for this show. By purchasing a ticket, you agree to this policy. 

There is a VIP UPGRADE option for this show. You MUST purchase a General Admission ticket through Washington’s FoCo before purchasing a VIP upgrade through On Location. If you do not have a GA ticket, you will not be able to utilize the VIP package. To purchase the package, click on the link below and you’ll be taken to another site. Reach out to with any questions.

Sleeping With Sirens Pre-Show VIP Upgrades (Ticket to show NOT included

• VIP early entry into the venue

• Intimate acoustic performance with Sleeping With Sirens

• Q&A session with Sleeping With Sirens

• Collectible tour poster, autographed by SWS

• Commemorative pre-show VIP laminate

• Very limited availability

Sleeping with Sirens with True North

Sleeping With Sirens breathe rarified air. After fourteen years, five studio albums, and thousands of shows, the band has outlasted many of their peers while crafting an undeniably unique path through modern alternative rock. With each release, the quintet — Kellin Quinn [vocals, keyboards], Jack Fowler [lead guitar], Nick Martin [rhythm guitar], Justin Hills [bass], and Matty Best [drums] – continue to hone their mix of unflinchingly honest lyricism, unforgettable riffs, and pulse-pounding percussion while boldly exploring new creative frontiers. That future-forward perspective, coupled with a deep connection to listeners, has established Sleeping With Sirens as a beacon of hope in a world desperate to find silver linings. On Complete Collapse, the band’s sixth studio album, Sleeping With Sirens cut straight to the bone, as they process life in modern times. “We’re coming to terms with the new reality we are in,” explains Quinn. “Things have changed so rapidly, and we’re all doing our best to process it. There’s a feeling of heaviness to the record, both in sound and emotion. We’re trying to figure out what’s going on and where we’re going. We’ve seen so much stagnation, but also a lot of change that wasn’t necessarily for the better. We’re realizing now that our voice, and what we’re able to say or should say, needs to come through the music. It’s not about what you can say on Instagram or Twitter, it’s about what you’re saying through your work.”