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The Catalyst & Sean Healy Present: Mariah The Scientist: To Be Eaten Alive Tour

  March 10, 2024 8:00 PM

Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Tickets $32.50 in advance/ $37.50 once doors open // $117.50 Mariah The Scientist Meet & Greet Package

with RYAN TREY

Mariah The Scientist Meet & Greet Package Includes:

  • One general admission ticket
  • Early entry into the venue
  • Exclusive meet & greet with Mariah The Scientist
  • Personal photograph with Mariah The Scientist
  • Autographed glossy 8x10 photo
  • Specially designed To Be Eaten Alive t-shirt (exclusive to VIP only)
  • Custom scorpion keychain
  • Official meet & greet laminate
  • On-site host
  • Priority merchandise shopping
  • Limited availability
R&B singer-songwriter Mariah The Scientist hails from Atlanta, GA, and is releasing her first
studio album on Epic Records, To Be Eaten Alive, in October. Her core following, cultivated
through viscous emotional expression on her first three projects—Master, Ry Ry World, and The
Intermission—continues to grow and helps position her as one of R&B’s brightest young stars.
Mariah’s musical curiosity was born in childhood, exposed to a variety of musical acts by her
father. “Coldplay comes [to Atlanta], someone that he was definitely playing for me as a child,
and then I open for them,” she recalls. From there, Mariah’s journey took her to NYC via St.
John’s University, where she studied biology. Though she halted her scholastic pursuit to chase
her dreams as an entertainer, the “Scientist” moniker stuck with her. That said, it’s Mariah’s art
that makes her unique. 
The vulnerable, raw expression that composes much of Mariah The Scientist’s catalog
distinguishes her from much of today’s mainstream landscape, something she’s keen on
continuing even as her profile grows. From performances at Coachella and Pitchfork Music
Festival to collaborations beside Lil Baby, Youngboy Never Broke Again, Chris Brown, A Boogie
and Young Thug, there’s no debating that Mariah is worthy of the spotlight. Still, she refuses to
take the opportunity to genuinely connect with her audience for granted. “I don't think that
creating art should be super forced. When you try to force art, you don't like it. At least the
creator winds up not liking it.. And a lot of times, people don't realize that.

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