Caroline Polachek

Joel Voorman

Raised in Connecticut, Caroline Polachek co-founded the indie-pop band Chairlift while studying at the University of Colorado. The duo emerged from the late-2000s Brooklyn music scene with the sleeper hit “Bruises”.

During her time in the band, she worked on the solo projects Ramona Lisa and CEP before embarking on a career under her own name after Chairlift’s disbandment in 2017. Her debut studio album, Pang (2019), featured collaborations with producer Danny L Harle and was released to critical acclaim.

‘Pang’ received critical acclaim from and was placed on several critics’ year-end lists, topping Dazed’s list. Commercially, Pang peaked at number 17 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart and number 40 on the Independent Albums chart, making it Polachek’s first charting solo album.

Polachek has worked extensively with other artists, collaborating with Blood Orange, Fischerspooner, Sbtrkt, Charli XCX, and the British music collective PC Music, and penning material for Beyoncé (“No Angel”).

Polachek founded the band Chairlift with musician Aaron Pfenning after the pair met during her sophomore year at the University of Colorado. They relocated to New York, where Polachek studied art at New York University, and were joined by Patrick Wimberly in early 2007, the year the band released their first EP titled Daylight Savings, followed by their debut album Does You Inspire You.

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Reserved mezzanine seats are priced at $40. General admission floor tickets are $25. All tickets are subject to additional fees and can be purchased online via the link below:


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