Together PANGEA
Chad's Home and Viva! Presents:

Together PANGEA

$22.00 - $25.00
All Ages
Chad's Home Fest!!!! $1 from every ticket sold goes to Border Angels Foundation.

Chad’s Home is a web-series and music discovery platform featuring interviews and performances with artists. Our goal is to support impactful music-makers of all sizes and genres by giving them an avenue for growth and connectivity. Watch the series on YouTube or visit

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Sad Park is an alternative emo punk band from Los Angeles, California composed of vocalist/guitarist, Graham Steele, bassist/backing vocalist, Sam Morton, and drummer, Grant Bubar. In 2016 they released two EPs and in 2018 they released their debut album, Sleep. Since then, they have amassed over 1 million streams, sold out numerous shows in and around Los Angeles and toured the West Coast, Arizona,and Nevada. In April 2021, Sad Park announced their signing to Lauren Records and their new album will be released later this year.

Kelsey Reckling has been writing songs for over a decade. Originally from Houston, Texas, she moved to Los Angeles in 2013 and released her debut album under the name RECKLING in 2018. Influenced by punk rock from an early age, her songs lean heavily into the guitars while also embracing vocal melodies. She only began performing live with her band in late 2019, and as Razorcake Magazine describes: "Reckling's debut album is loaded with hooky, captivating punk rock songs--a perfect album from start to finish. Their shows should never be missed."

San Gabriel Valley natives, Death Lens, have been gaining tons of traction for their rambunctious lo-fi punk that fires on all cylinders from the get go. Their releases reveal a brash energy and spark that serves as a suitable soundtrack for summer: loud, fast and high octane punk, best listened to while driving down a highway, during barbecue parties and keggers, or in a raging pit of crazed fans busting moves and dancing wildly in a crowd- OC Weekly

Venue Information:
The Glass House
200 West 2nd St

Pomona, CA, 91766