Pop musician and singer-songwriter Conan Gray will perform at 8 p.m. Oct. 1 at the IU Auditorium on the North American leg of his Superache Tour. Singer-songwriter, producer and former model Kacy Hill will perform alongside Gray at the concert.
Gray will perform songs from his latest album, “Superache,” during his set. Released in June, the sophomore album touches on the themes of love, heartbreak and adolescence.
The album is the follow-up to Gray’s chart-topping debut album “Kid Krow.” Gray’s freshman album spawned viral hits like “Maniac” and “Heather,” which are frequently used as TikTok sounds.
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As a teenager, Gray garnered fame on YouTube, where he posted vlogs and music covers. Since growing in popularity, Gray has completed a sold-out world tour and released two albums and several singles.
The setlists for his concerts typically include popular songs from his latest album like “People Watching,” “Disaster” and “Astronomy.”
Hill is best known for her work as an indie pop artist. She released her latest album, “Simple, Sweet, and Smiling,” in October 2021. Hill is also recognized for her feature on rapper Travis Scott’s debut album, “Rodeo,” where she sings on the song “90210.”
Tickets to see Gray and Hill perform currently start at $139 and are available on Ticketmaster.