Blacklite Disctrict The 1990 Tour

Sat Jun 11 2022

8:00 PM Doors

Live at 1175

22840 Durand Ave Kansasville, WI 53139

Ages 18+

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General Admission $12 (plus fees) online or $17 at the door.

Anyone under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

NO CAMERAS ALLOWED. For more information see the Camera Policies page on our website at https://www.1175events.com/camerapolicies.

NOTE: Along with being seen by our security cameras, you may be captured by our inhouse media team in a photo or video while at an 1175 event. Any photos and videos made by the 1175 staff or our inhouse media crew may be used to promote 1175 events online or in print. By attending any event at the 1175 Sports Park and Eatery building or the 1175 Event Center / Hall you agree to these terms.

Blacklite Disctrict The 1990 Tour

  • Event Cancelled.
  • Blacklite Disctrict

    Blacklite Disctrict

    Power Metal

    When Kyle Pfieffer became Blacklite District nearly a decade ago, it was with the intent to create music that touched upon all of his influences and the music that raised him, simultaneously becoming his source of inspiration and therapy. Over the tenure of his career, Pfeiffer endured many ups and downs on the road to the top. His music turned from life enhancer to life saver. As Blacklite District returns with new music and a new lease on life, he maintains the same credo from the start of providing an authentic experience for every new and returning listener who presses play.

    Born in suburban Chicago and raised in Spearfish, South Dakota, Kyle found music earlier than most in his small town. “When I was like seven years old, my grandparents bought me this little Sears drum set,” he remembers, “because my grandma had this Fleetwood Mac VHS tape, and I watched it nonstop for like a year.” A young Kyle would play along to the tape, though music changed meaning for him two years later when his mother passed away from a drug overdose. “My uncle played me Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘No More Tears’ and I became fixated by it,” he adds, as the song helped him cope with being so young and grieving. “I’ve been obsessed with music ever since. That’s literally the point in my life when music became my escape.”

Blacklite Disctrict The 1990 Tour

Sat Jun 11 2022 8:00 PM Doors

Live at 1175 Kansasville WI
Blacklite Disctrict The 1990 Tour
  • Event Cancelled.

Ages 18+

General Admission $12 (plus fees) online or $17 at the door.

Anyone under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.

NO CAMERAS ALLOWED. For more information see the Camera Policies page on our website at https://www.1175events.com/camerapolicies.

NOTE: Along with being seen by our security cameras, you may be captured by our inhouse media team in a photo or video while at an 1175 event. Any photos and videos made by the 1175 staff or our inhouse media crew may be used to promote 1175 events online or in print. By attending any event at the 1175 Sports Park and Eatery building or the 1175 Event Center / Hall you agree to these terms.
Blacklite Disctrict

Blacklite Disctrict

Power Metal

When Kyle Pfieffer became Blacklite District nearly a decade ago, it was with the intent to create music that touched upon all of his influences and the music that raised him, simultaneously becoming his source of inspiration and therapy. Over the tenure of his career, Pfeiffer endured many ups and downs on the road to the top. His music turned from life enhancer to life saver. As Blacklite District returns with new music and a new lease on life, he maintains the same credo from the start of providing an authentic experience for every new and returning listener who presses play.

Born in suburban Chicago and raised in Spearfish, South Dakota, Kyle found music earlier than most in his small town. “When I was like seven years old, my grandparents bought me this little Sears drum set,” he remembers, “because my grandma had this Fleetwood Mac VHS tape, and I watched it nonstop for like a year.” A young Kyle would play along to the tape, though music changed meaning for him two years later when his mother passed away from a drug overdose. “My uncle played me Ozzy Osbourne’s ‘No More Tears’ and I became fixated by it,” he adds, as the song helped him cope with being so young and grieving. “I’ve been obsessed with music ever since. That’s literally the point in my life when music became my escape.”