Bold Love Fest

Ava Max, Aly & AJ, G Flip, VINCINT, Monet X Change, Trinity The Tuck, & More

  • 06/15 Saturday | 4:00 PM

Event Details

Bold Love Fest invites everyone to join us at Daily’s Place as we revel in the moment and come together as we celebrate our shared love of music. From Ava Max’s “Whatever,” “Kings & Queens,” and “Sweet But Psycho” to Aly & AJ’s “Potential Breakup Song,” and from G Flip’s viral cover of “Cruel Summer” or their hit “Be Your Man,” to VINCINT’S “Higher,” the day will be filled with dancing, community, joy and love. 


About Ava Max (she/her) 

Albanian-American pop singer/songwriter Ava Max delivers empowering, dance-friendly anthems Emerging in the late 2010s, she appeared on collaborations with Le YouthWitt Lowry, and David Guetta while also releasing her own singles, including her breakthrough smash hit "Sweet But Psycho," which topped the charts in almost two dozen countries. In 2020, she issued her debut full-length, Heaven & Hell, followed a year later by the hit Tiësto collaboration "The Motto." Max's synth-heavy 2023 sophomore album, Diamonds & Dancefloors, also charted well around the world, and she followed it later that year with a single, "Choose Your Fighter," from the Barbie movie soundtrack.  


About Aly & AJ (they/them as duo, she/her as individuals) 

Sisters Aly & AJ started off their musical career at a young age, recording teen pop for Disney Channel movies, then as they matured pivoted to making left-field pop music created on their own terms. After achieving platinum status with their single "Potential Breakup Song," off 2007's Insomniatic, the duo spent years trying to escape the teen pop pigeonhole, even changing their name to 78violet. After a decade of trying, they successfully reinvented themselves with a strong run of singles like 2017's "Take Me" and 2020's "Joan of Arc on the Dancefloor" that explored both vintage synth and modern electronic pop. The duo then delivered a pair of albums that reinforced their position as artists first, pop stars second: 2021's very California-sounding, '70s rock-influenced A Touch of the Beat Gets You Up on Your Feet Gets You Out and Then Into the Sun and 2023's country-tinged With Love From


About G Flip (they/them) 

G Flip is becoming the role model they never had growing up. A near-lifelong musician who took up drumming at just nine-years-old, the rising superstar makes the kind of high-powered rock/pop music that could only come from the heart and mind of a drummer. As shown on their debut smash single “About You” - a 2018 release named a Best New Track by Pitchfork, with Rolling Stone soon hailing G Flip as an “Artist You Need to Know” - the Australian drummer/singer/songwriter/producer matches their potent musicianship with phenomenon now ushers in a bold new era with DRUMMER: a sophomore album cementing their status as a truly singular force of nature. Most recently, G Flip delivered their fully sold-out Australian tour and followed it up with their first-ever U.S. headline tour. 


About VINCINT (he/they) 

VINCINT has captivated millions across the globe with big-hearted pop music, sung proudly through “a megaphone of self-love,” as described by LADYGUNN. Since the release of his debut EP, The Feeling in February 2020, VINCINT’s career catapulted to new heights. In 2022 alone he completed his first North America headline tour, open for MAX on his tour, made his Coachella debut, collaborated with Kesha and performed to over 40,000 fans across the country. Hailed by PAPER as “one of the greatest vocalists of our generation” and “a legend in the making,” by Billboard. “Higher,” the lead single of his 2021 album There Will Be Tears, became an anthem for pride celebrations across the world.  


About Monet X Change (she/her) 

Born and bred in New York City, Monét X Change is an entertainment spitfire and first double crown winner from RuPaul’s Drag Race having earned the title Miss Congeniality on Season 10 and becoming the first queen of color inducted into the Hall of Fame after winning All-Stars 4. Known for delivering energetic and show-stopping performances, Monét has traveled the globe with her one-woman show, Call Me by Monét, as well as hosting and performing in the Werq the World tour. Monét also released her first episode, unapologetically, co-writing the project and conceiving the accompanying visual album. 


About Trinity The Tuck Taylor (she/her) 

Trintastic plastic, injectable realness! Drag superstar Trinity The Tuck Taylor is a self-described plastic fantastic southern belle with a quick wit and comedic charm. Trinity rose to prominence on the ninth season of the VH1 reality competition Rupaul's Drag Race where she quickly became a fan favorite. Following her success in Season 9 she returned to All-Stars 4 where she won and was inducted into the Hall of Fame. 

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  • 06/15 Sat.
  • 4:00 PM / Doors 3:00 PM
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  • $40.00 - $125.00 (not including fees)