The Why Don’t We event, originally scheduled for September 10, 2022 at the Miller High Life Theatre, has unfortunately been canceled. From the band: “Due to unforeseen circumstances related to our ongoing legal involvement, we regretfully have to cancel our 2022 Good Times Only Tour. We can’t wait for the day where we can play our music live in front of our fans again. Refunds will be automatically processed at the point of purchase.”
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Why Don’t We
An American boy band consisting of Jonah Marais, Corbyn Besson, Daniel Seavey, Jack Avery, and Zach Herron. After forming in 2016, the band went on to successfully release 2 studio albums and 6 extended plays. Their first album, Letter 8, debuted at #9 on the US Billboard 200 in 2018. Shortly after they released 3 singles, “Big Plans”, “I Don’t Belong in This Club”, and “What Am I”, which were certified gold by RIAA. The band’s second album, The Good Times and the Bad Ones, debuted at #3 on the Billboard 200 chart – making it their highest entry. From that album, their hit single, “Fallin”, debuted at #37 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, which was their first ever entry.
The Aces are an American alternative pop band, consisting of 4 members: Katie Henderson, McKenna Petty, Alisa Ramirez, and Cristal Ramirez. Their first single as the Aces, “Stuck”, reached #38 on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart. In 2017, the band released their debut EP, I Don’t Like Being Honest, and signed with Red Bull Records. The Aces joined 5SOS for their Meet You There Tour. Following this tour, they embarked on their own North American headlining tour in support of When My Heart Felt Volcanic, the Waiting For You Tour.
20 year old pop prodigy from Cranston, RI—grew up in a musical family. His mother a public school music teacher and his father a pastor, JVKE was playing piano, guitar and drums by age 3 and by age 7 he was leading his church music team performances on a weekly basis. By 14 he was producing, and by 18 he dropped out of college and signed his first publishing deal, through which he has landed cuts with artists such as Jason Derulo and EXO as well as the latest single for Kpop mega group Super Junior. In June of 2020, JVKE started his TikTok page that has grown from zero to over 3-million followers in under two months (currently 6-million+), thanks to the instant virality of his self-produced audios.