Doc Roc Presents


Elohim, Yung Pinch

Thu Jun 20

Doors: 6:30 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Cain's Ballroom

Tulsa, OK

$35.00 - $149.00

This event is all ages

Advance $35

Day of Show $37
Door $37
Mezzanine 21+ $50

There is a $2 fee that applies to each ticket purchased at the venue box office.

Additional details for the VIP packages will be listed under the ticket type. Purchasers will receive an email from Future Beat 24-72 hours prior to the performance date with instructions regarding day of show. If you have any questions, contact!

Blackbear Meet & Greet $149 (ONLNE ONLY)

Blackbear Early Entry $79 (ONLINE ONLY)
Elohim Meet & Greet $99 (ONLINE ONLY)

No re-entry! No smoking! No refunds!

Support acts are subject to change without notice!

Since emerging in 2012, singer, songwriter, and producer Blackbear has released
alt-R&B albums Deadroses, Digital Druglord, and Cybersex — each extolling the
pleasures of sex, drugs, and luxury consumerism. His streaming hits, the platinum-selling “Idfc” and the double-platinum “Do Re Mi” (“Do Re Mi, I’m so fucking
done with you girl”), further established the 28-year-old.

Blackbear is no musical lightweight. He’s an effortless songwriter with a keen ear for melody, a knack for distilling complicated ideas into tight, precise lyrical spaces, and a relentless perfectionist who prizes technical excellence as a producer and mixer. Aside from his own prolific output of singles and EPs, Blackbear earned his bones working with the likes of Pharrell Williams, Nick Jonas, Childish Gambino, Linkin Park, and — most notably — Justin Bieber, for whom he co-wrote the 6x-platinum single “Boyfriend” with his friend and Mansionz collaborator Mike Posner. A savvy entrepreneur, who also runs his own label, Beartrap Sound, Blackbear became the first recording artist ever to monetize his own Soundcloud.

On his new album Anonymous, Blackbear has discovered that the antidote to the pity
party is vulnerability. “There were hints in my earlier albums of who I really was, but I
had a wall up,” he says. “The wall’s been torn down for Anonymous. I’m calling it that
because I want to take the ego out of the process. I wanted to make a human album, by
a real person, not hide behind the character of this sad ‘Blackbear’ guy.”
Los Angeles-based singer/songwriter Elohim crafts electronic pop veiled in mystery that puts the focus on her music. Finding artistic freedom in anonymity, the artist keeps her face hidden, masks her voice in interviews, and keeps all but a few personal details to herself, like the fact that she began playing piano at the age of five and started singing at nine. Influenced in equal measure by Rachmaninov and Debussy as Radiohead and Björk, Elohim's resulting output is hook-savvy, hip-hop-influenced synth pop in the vein of Lorde and Grimes. Making her debut in 2015, Elohim released the singles "She Talks Too Much" and "Xanax," both of which appeared on her debut album, Elohim, which arrived in 2016. "Hallucinating" followed later that year, marking a shift in sound that expanded her sonic palette by including horns and even a mariachi flair. In 2017, Elohim released the singles "Skinny Legs" and "Sleepy Eyes," a collaboration with Whethan. Both songs appeared on Elohim, her second self-titled effort, which was released in early 2018.
Yung Pinch
Yung Pinch
Venue Information:
Cain's Ballroom
423 N Main St.
Tulsa, OK, 74103