score card research
Event Info
This event may include resale tickets with prices set by resellers. These prices may exceed face value.
Mahalia tickets at The Studio at the Factory in Dallas
addToCalendar
Fri Oct 7, 2022 - 8:00 PM

AEG Presents

Mahalia

Letter To Ur Ex Tour Ogi
The Studio at the Factory, Dallas, TX Ages: All Ages
addToCalendar Add to Calendar
tickets

tickets

Select from our great ticket options

axs-platinum

AXS Premium

Premium tickets available only through AXS

axs-platinum

Meet & Greet Package

Click "Learn More" for Package Details

axs-platinum

AXS Official Resale

back-to-top

AEG Presents

AEG Presents

Mahalia

Letter To Ur Ex Tour Ogi

Health & Safety Features

This event may include the following features from the venue: To learn more, visit the venue site.
Masks Encouraged

Masks Encouraged

Venue Sanitization

Venue Sanitization

Clear Bag Policy

Clear Bag Policy

Hand Sanitizer

Hand Sanitizer

The Studio at the Factory
2727 Canton Street
Dallas, TX 75226
Fri Oct 7, 2022 - 8:00 PM
Ages: All Ages
Doors Open: 7:00 PM
Onsale: Fri May 6, 2022 - 10:00 AM

KNOW BEFORE YOU BUY

-No Covid Protocols For This Event - A negative test or vaccination proof will NOT be required for entry.

-Venue Bag Policy: VIEW HERE

-Age Policy: 16 and under will only be admitted w/Parent or Legal Guardian

-No Refunds...

More Info
{

Bio: Mahalia

Spending her childhood in Syston, Leicestershire, Mahalia, similar to her geographical beginnings, felt like an outsider, particularly in school. Quickly, she turned those feelings into confidence and self love, finding refuge in the love of musical performance and ideation. Coming from a strong support system in her mother and father, she started performing at open-mic nights, learning to face her audience and sing with intention. Mahalia’s willingness to grow and shed her skin, led to her signing to Asylum/Atlantic Records at 13. “All of a sudden, I was back and forth to London at the weekend, in sessions and recording constantly,” she says. Also attending the prestigious Birmingham Ormiston Academy, she added acting classes into her artistic repertoire, as well as opting to develop as a youth before diving full force into music. The ability to pause activity whilst still being signed led to Mahalia embracing the multi-faceted, layered dimensions of being a teenager is exactly what informed her debut long-player project Diary of Me, released in 2016, when the singer was only 17. “‘Marry Me’ and ‘I Remember’ were some of the first songs I ever wrote about love,” she explains. Across the nimble, but ambitious release, Mahalia’s concoction of experiences are beautifully put across neo-soul productions, her candid, Gen-Z references of Snapchat et al, helping to inform her societal, and romance-related ruminations. But it was 2017, that saw Mahalia, drop out of BOA, move to London and then back to Leicester before finally landing the first signs of musical breakthrough with ‘Sober’, which, upon its summer release of that year, and COLORS debut — now at 58 million views — went viral leading to a surge of DSP and social media growth in hours. “I was just watching the engagement skyrocket overnight.” Mahalia has never been one to shy away from her emotions, in fact, it’s what heavily informs her discography to date. On 2018’s Seasons, she aligns different aspects of romantic entanglements to the concept of experiences. “It definitely was intended to explore all of my various feelings, experiences, and expressions towards situations in love,” she says. It’s on the singer's debut album Love and Compromise however, that she stylistically blooms in experimentation and presents to the masses a holistic crème brûlée of approaches, particularly on releases like ‘Simmer’, which cracked the top 40 on the UK R&B Charts and top 50 on the Official Chart. Mahalia was effortless amidst the songs dancehall-laced, enchanting universe, proving her versatility as a British veteran in music. Christened in many Grammy, BRIT, Soul Train and MTV Push nominations over the years, as well as two MOBO-wins for for Best Female Act, and Best R&B/Soul Act, Mahalia still proves that beyond the accolades, an overarching dedication to persistence is what’s driven her to look inward, grow and ultimately challenge herself with each and every release to date. Her upcoming EP, Letter To Your Ex, is an example of the culmination of the artistic development she sometimes inherited, but other times self-initiated under her years at Asylum/Atlantic. “I’m so much more present now, I had to reconnect with everything and I just wanted to do this concept, really toying with my ‘partners’ ex dynamic and storytelling.”

Get Ready

Prepare for your night out with these options:

AXS

AXS Premium

Premium tickets available only through AXS

What is AXS Premium?

AXS Premium gives fans direct access to purchasing premium tickets at market value. Ticket prices and supplies of inventories are subject to change based on demand. With AXS Premium, fans can choose the perfect ticket based on their individual preferences. By purchasing tickets directly from AXS (the official event ticketing provider) fans can eliminate the risk of purchasing tickets that may be considered lost, stolen or counterfeit.

Please note that AXS Premium may not be available for all events and may be General Admission depending on venue setup.

Buy Offer
standard-ticket-white

Tickets for Mahalia

Purchase your tickets here for this event.

Download the App

Get tickets on your phone

  1. Use mobile tickets on your phone to scan at the door.
  2. Securely share your tickets with your friends. Have them meet you at the venue.
  3. Discover & purchase tickets to your favorite events.
  4. Post your event memories with commemorative tickets, photo collages, and more.

mail Sign up for our weekly event guide email.

close

Be the first to know. Get personalized event announcements, updates, and reviews every week with the AXS.com event guide email.

Privacy Policy