Hawthorne Heights & Emery in Concert
8911 N Western Ave
In the peak of the emo music wave, Hawthorne Heights toured the country, playing to packed crowds of fans. Best known for top tunes like "Saying Sorry" and "Ohio Is For Lovers," this alternative rock band continues to produce new music more than a decade later. Seattle-based band Emery, too, garnered a wide following in the early 2000s. Since the band's inception in 2001, Emery has produced seven studio albums.
In 2004, both bands released their first albums, and fifteen years later, Hawthorne Heights and Emery will team up to headline an Oklahoma City stop. Grab a ticket and rock out as both bands play a mix of old favorites and new songs inside 89th Street. Sing along as Hawthorne Heights delivers popular tracks off their debut "The Silence in Black and White" album, and crowd the stage as Emery fills 89th Street with tracks off its "The Weak's End" debut album.