August 17

YehMe2’s Mom & Dad’s Residency – August

10:00 pm

$16 | $20 ADV | $25 DOS

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YehMe2’s Mom & Dad’s Residency – August

DOORS: 9PM | SHOW: 10PM | 21+

Sleeping Village, 312unes & React Present: YehMe2’s Mom & Dad’s Residency with Special Guests every month.

Come kick it at Mom & Dad’s for basement party vibes with your favorite digital parents!

Chicago producer YehMe2 remains a prolific figure in electronic music over the past decade. As one half of Flosstradamus, Josh Young was an integral part of the rise of electronic music on a global scale. After putting in 11 years as part of Flosstradamus, producing multiple genre-defining hit songs, touring the world several times over, and assembling one of the most dedicated fanbases in electronic music, Josh left the group to focus on his solo project, YehMe2.

Since his departure from Flosstradamus, YehMe2 has paved his own lane for the future of trap music. His debut original release Prayer Hands” in 2018 remains a staple in DJ sets across the world, but YehMe2’s incredible ability to churn out choice bootlegs on a regular basis represents his production prowess. Along with his impeccable output, YehMe2 has held up his reputation as an unmatched performer — he’s headlined renowned clubs across the United States and turned some of the country’s biggest festivals into the ultimate house party.

Claiming the title as Digital Dad, YehMe2 takes pride in his transparency with his audience through being a present, full-time father and partner to his wife; his family life serves as an inspiration for fans and peers alike. YehMe2 is outspoken about his struggles with mental health, addiction, and finding happiness while on the road, often taking to social media to share his advice and his own struggles with his family of fans and peers.

Elizabeth De La Piedra is a photographer born in Peru, raised in Australia, and currently based in Chicago, USA. She attended The College of Fine Arts in Sydney before completing a bachelor of Arts at RMIT in Melbourne. During her last year of school Elizabeth was mentored by British documentary photographer Chris Stewart and spent her formative years in America interning for multiple photographers & agencies including Ryan McGinely, Magnum Photos and Chris Buck.

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