Nikita Karmen live

c/o Wiley House Concerts
“There’s one song I wrote by myself called Own Roses. I cried while writing it. It’s about moving here and being lonely and miserable at first, but I planted my own roses and ‘got the garden I deserve’.” Ultimately, although Nikita says she wouldn’t turn her nose up at playing stadiums and winning Grammys, she feels her sweet spot is the stripped-back sound, because playing songs that way feel more like they did when she wrote them. Doors at 7 p.m.; show starts at 7:30 p.m.

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