"Anything can happen at Emo Nite" — whether we're talking about the reunion of Skrillex's band From First to Last, surprise performances from stars like Demi Lovato and Lil Xan, or a chance to belt along to pop-punk classics next to Cole Sprouse or Tana Mongeau.
"When we started Emo Nite, it was never with the intention of creating a company or being what it is now, five years down the line. Everything that we do for this event, we do it with love and with passion and with care, because it's something that we care about a lot."
When Emo Nite cofounders T.J. Petracca and Morgan Freed asked if they could take over the aux at a “small dive bar in Echo Park, Los Angeles” they had no idea that choice would eventually land them on stage at one of the world’s largest music festivals.
"Emo Nite has brought together hordes of like-minded people across the country to scream along to songs by the bands they grew up with"
"One of the most powerful things people can bond over is music, and Emo Nite perpetuates that idea and incorporates it organically into their identity."
"Emo Nite continues to carry emo culture to new heights"