Louis The Child

On December 1, Louis The Child & Big Wild start off the month with a show you don’t want to miss!


Chicago based electronic duo Robby Hauldren and Freddy Kennett, better known as Louis The Child, are hitting the road across North America on their newly announced Dear Sense Tour. On December 1, the duo is teaming up with Jackson Stell of Big Wild and special guests NoMBe and Wafia at the Washington Music Theater in Seattle, Washington.

Louis The Child combines the worlds of pop and dance music in an exciting new way to ensure that each song is unique. Playing shows across the country at festivals like Coachella, Bonnaroo, and most recently CRSSD Festival, they’ve set a high bar in the community proving there is always more room for new types of music to beautifully blossom. As musicians who make music in hopes of simply making people happy, they sure do a wonderful job! If you’ve never seen them before, you’re definitely in for a treat.

This is going to be such an awesome event to check out, and I’m super excited to be visiting Seattle in time for it! All of the artists have been releasing some killer tracks lately. Hearing them live in an energy-filled environment is an experience I think everyone should have.

Limited tickets to the event are still available for the show. Let us know if you’ll be heading to Seattle for a memorable night at the Washington Music Theater in the comments! 


Louis The Child & Big Wild at the Washington Music Theater in Seattle – Essential Info:

Date: Saturday, December 1, 2018
Ages: 18+
Hours: Doors open at 7:00 PM
Venue Address: 800 Occidental Ave S. Seattle, WA 98134
Tickets: Purchase HERE
Facebook Event Page: RSVP HERE


Louis The Child – Dear Sense Tour Flyer:

Louis The child Dear Sense Tour


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With a father who is a musician, Julia grew up surrounded by music. While trying out every instrument that peaked her interest, piano, drums, guitar, ukulele, and DAW software holds a special spot in her heart. Attending music events whether it be an open mic night, club, or a festival is one of her passions. As a child, her parents took her to concerts, but at age 13 is when she went to her first one on her own. Since then she has been to many different events in all genres. In 2008, she went to her first electronic music festival, Monster Massive. She's been to smaller club events, but nothing like a massive. After seeing the go-go dancers at Monster Massive, she knew that's what she wanted to do one day. In 2010, she started go-go dancing at smaller clubs and eventually became a performer for Insomniac Events where she performed with them for a year. Experiencing a festival from on the stage is an incredible feeling. There is so much powerful energy that reminds Julia just how much music means to her. While she doesn't dance anymore, she is currently training in pole and aerial arts in hopes to perform at events again someday. Being able to create and share the beauty of music and arts is something that Julia wants to put her energy into. The music scene has changed her life for the better and shaped her into who she is today.

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