Is 10 years of music discovery worth celebrating? We think so! This November, join us as we commemorate a decade of APEIRON’s commitment to unearthing and nurturing fresh talents. We’re thrilled to invite you to a showcase that marks our journey of musical exploration and connection. Be part of this special occasion and enjoy a lineup of extraordinary emerging artists, each presenting their distinct sound and story. This showcase is a harmonious blend of various musical influences, genres, and styles, beautifully showcasing the unity in diversity that music embodies.

Over the past decade, APEIRON has earned a reputation for revealing new artists and introducing their unique sounds to a global audience. This event celebrates the diverse talents that APEIRON and Two Keys Records have helped to flourish, offering a platform for artists and audiences to connect through the universal language of music.

This evening features live music from:

Atli: The London-based Icelandic artist, known for heartfelt pop and notable singles like “Missing Her So.”

The Patch

Austrian music producer Simon, whose tranquil and atmospheric sounds offer calm in a chaotic world. The Patch is a Singer, Songwriter and producer based in Leoben, Austria. Inspired by musicians like ‚Bon Iver‘ and ‚Novo Amor‘ he crafts Indie- and Alternative-Folk tunes. Simon likes to do all the production and recording on his very own. His music is not polished. It‘s rather alive than perfect.

Sam Heselwood: With soul-touching vocals and soft pop tracks, the New Zealand artist has garnered a dedicated following.

Gabrielle Lacerda: Bringing stories of global travel and personal experiences to life through her indie music.

Hope Whitelock

Colorado’s acoustic and folk artist with a unique musical narrative. Meet Hope, the discount version of your favorite indie sad girl. Originally from new england, hope is a singer-songwriter currently based in Boulder, CO, which sounds a lot cooler than it is. Burnout extraordinaire, hope is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Colorado Boulder. This is widely considered by everyone involved to be a horrible idea. In her free time (and also not in her free time), she makes music inspired by being a miserable, terrible person in one of the most beautiful places on earth.

Xavier Collins: Transitioning from corporate life to music, sharing his journey through song.

Feel free to listen to our playlist of these incredible artists here!

Doors open 7:00pm, Ticket information will be available shortly, Full Bar & Menu Available


Nov 12 2023


7:00 pm



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