DotCom Crash, Our Generation Music partner for ‘Hacked in LA’ concert

As the start of summer seemingly turns over a new leaf for less restrictive COVID-19 guidelines, live performances are now back in full swing.

With lineups for festivals in Lollapalooza, Rolling Loud and Summer Smash previously announced in May, artists are eager to return to stages for the first time in over a year — as Our Generation Music and DotCom Nirvan strive to kick off summer with a collab concert of their own.

DotCom Crash and Our Generation Music team up to present a “100% legal and COVID-safe concert” titled “Hacked in LA,” headlining new wave artists in TyFontaine, Matt Ox, Candy Paint and more.

“Hacked in LA” is set to kick off at 9 p.m. June 15 at 1720 E. 16th Street in Los Angeles. General admission tickets start at $20. Fans can spend $50 to avoid the lines in the event’s “skip the line” promotion.

Concert-goers will also have the opportunity to meet the performers upon purchase of a meet-and-great ticket for $199. VIP tables are offered for $300, which includes: all GA benefits, six total tickets, one bottle of premium alcohol, cocktail service and a VIP priority admission line.

Both DotCom Crash and Our Generation Music’s work in spotlighting up-and-coming artists have been integral in influencing with the next wave of artists. With more projects in the works for both music media companies, fans can expect to see more pop-up shows in the near future.

Purchase tickets for “Hacked in LA” here!

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