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Ticket Price :
$15.00 - $250.00
Show Type :
18 & over
Segredo is proud to present: BUCKEYE BEATDOWN FEATURING: ASHER ROTH & JESSE MARCO!!!
WITH SPECIAL GUEST: Chuck Inglish of THE COOL KIDS!!!
A crazy night is definitely in store as we have Mr. “I LOVE COLLEGE” himself, plus we’re bringing back DJ JESSE MARCO for a triumphant return to Segredo & CHUCK INGLISH of THE COOL KIDS as opening support!
This is an 18+ Event!
$10 for Presale - SOLD OUT!!!
$12 Advanced General Admission
$15 Day of Show & At The Door
Plus - $40 Special (Limited Quantity) Asher Roth Meet & Greet Tickets Are Available!!!!
NOTE: Guests ages 18-20 pay an additional $5 cash surcharge at the door to offset higher 18+ show security costs.
*Prices subject to change after 11 p.m. Purchasing a ticket in advance online will lock in your ticket price before 11 p.m. It’s also faster, and you’ll avoid the long sales line upon arriving.
As always, we’ll have some amazing drink specials until 11 p.m.!
$5 Frozen Drinks
$5 Red Bull Vodkas
Featured VIP Bottle: Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin Champagne
Doors Open & Music starts at 9 p.m.
For VIP Entry & Bottle Reservations Contact:
About Asher Roth:
Asher Roth is a white suburban rapper who broke through to mainstream success in 2009 with his commercial debut single, "I Love College." Born on August 11, 1985, in Morrisville, PA, a predominantly white suburban community of 10,000 people located northeast of Philadelphia, he began rapping as a high-school teenager and later began to develop a fan base while attending West Chester University, thanks largely to social networking websites such as MySpace and Facebook. His early releases include the 2006 mixtape album Believe the Hype.
Rap industry businessmen Scooter Braun (of the label Schoolboy Music) and Steve Rifkind (SRC Records) took notice of his talent and signed him to a major-label recording contract with Universal Music Group. In 2008 Roth began drumming up interest in himself on the underground rap scene with The Greenhouse Effect Mixtape. Hosted by Don Cannon and DJ Drama of the renowned Gangsta Grillz mixtape series, The Greenhouse Effect Mixtape was released online as a free download on The Daily Kush, a multimedia blog set up to promote Roth.
In 2009 he released his commercial debut single, "I Love College," a party rap novelty hit that went all the way to number 12 on the Billboard Hot 100. On the heels of this mainstream breakthrough hit and the follow-up single, "Lark on My Go Kart," Roth released his full-length solo album debut, Asleep in the Bread Aisle (2009). Produced primarily by newcomer Oren Yoel, Asleep in the Bread Aisle was greeted with mixed reviews, most of which addressed the inevitable comparisons drawn between Roth and Eminem (a matter addressed by the rapper himself on the album track "As I Em"). ~ Jason Birchmeier, Rovi
About Jesse Marco:
At only twenty- two years old, New York native Jesse Marco already deejays at some of the most recognizable nightclubs in the world including Liv (Miami), 1OAK (Las Vegas), MIXX (Atlantic City), VIP Room (Paris), and Chinawhite (London). An emerging producer, Jesse’s official remixes of The Knocks, Peter Bjorn & John, and Brandon Flowers have become blog favorites.
Jesse’s encyclopedic knowledge of music and remarkable skill have since taken him around the globe spinning private parties for celebrities including Jay-Z, Heidi Klum, Russell Simmons, and Spike Lee. Jesse has become a favorite of the fashion and art worlds playing high-profile events for Alexander Wang, Giorgio Armani, Calvin Klein, Vivienne Westwood, Donna Karan, Diesel, GQ, and Kaws. Of his choice to hire Jesse to deejay his Milan Fashion Week runway show, Tom Ford said Jesse’s “musical taste reminds me of my childhood.”
Jesse's 2012 is off to a rapid start. His debut single, "Daddy Cool", released on Big Beat / Atlantic Records spent weeks on Beatport House chart. He is featured in a starring role in Todd Phillips' blockbuster film Project X.