*Please note - parents/guardians may purchase a GA ticket and accompany their child in the Meet & Greet or Post Show Hangout.
GA Ticket With Pre-Show Meet & Greet - Allows early entry for photo opportunity, plus entry into performance. Ticket purchaser’s will also receive: Ar’mon & Trey’s new EP (Long Story Short Phase One), attend a Q&A Segment and receive an autographed poster.
GA Ticket with Meet & Greet + Post Show Hangout - This ticket receives same items as the $50 ticket plus a Hangout Laminate and a post show hangout with all the acts.
Countless trailblazers call Detroit home. From Motown-era heavyweights like Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder to turn-of-the-century game changers such as Aaliyah and J Dilla, Motor City upholds a legacy of innovation. It continues in the music of Ar’mon & Trey. Born and raised on the East Side, the brotherly duo emerges with a focused, fresh, and fiery take on R&B, imbuing simmering soul with 21st century style.
Born only a year apart, the boys can recall singing together by the ages of four and five, respectively. Mom consistently played Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, Prince, Usher, and Chris Brown around the house as the budding singers crooned along. By their early teens, they had started leading the choir at church in between performing in musicals and plays at school. Simultaneously, Ar’mon indulged a passion for sports as Trey worked on screenplay ideas.
Adopting Vine early on during 2014, the brothers made show-stopping 6-second covers that generated millions of views and hundreds of thousands of Re-Vines before they transitioned to Instagram in 2015. Engaging a growing fan base, they dropped the “The Same (So Gone Challenge)” on YouTube in 2016, surpassing 500,000 views in under a month and eventually tallying over 2 million. They caught the attention of Compound Entertainment who assumed management for the group. A few months later, the “Moment 4 Life (mash up)” blew the doors open for online superstardom as the pair seamlessly segued from Rihanna to Young M.A. to Beyoncé to Trey Songz to Chance the Rapper. It amassed 14 million-plus views and hinted at more to come.
At the same time, they showcased their personalities via hilarious prank videos, speaking to a lifelong love for the likes of Friday and Madea. By 2018, cumulative YouTube views totaled over 100 million as they attracted 1 million Instagram followers. Debut singles “Drown” and “Breakdown” caught fire as Warner Bros. Records signed the guys.
Their 2018 debut EP, Long Story Short, properly introduces their sizzling and soaring signature sound.