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“RIOT! At The Disco” Emo Dance Party Returns to LA

By: Dave Afshar

Los Angeles, CA (The Hollywood Times) 06/02/2021Next Saturday, June 12th marks the return of RIOT! At The Disco, LA’s famed emo and pop-punk dance party. DJs Ultragrrrl and Bar Mom will be spinning middle school classics including:

My Chemical Romance * Brand New * Jimmy Eat World * At The Drive In * Taking Back Sunday * Dashboard Confessional * Paramore * Coheed and Cambria * The Used * Panic! At The Disco * Fall Out Boy * All Time Low * Bring the Horizon * blink-182 * Yellowcard * All Time Low * New Found Glory * AFI * Falling In Reverse * Good Charlotte * A Day To Remember and more.

Revisit your teen years without all the awkwardness. Details below.

Saturday, June 12th, 2021
1720 Warehouse
1720 E 16th St., DTLA
Doors: 9 pm

The first 50 people on the RSVP list who arrive at the door by 10 pm get free admission. GA tickets are available here.

Depending on LA city guidelines, you may need to bring proof of vaccination. This event is fully compliant with COVID-19 rules and regulations.

For more information: 1720 – RIOT! At The Disco

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