Meet Me @ The Altar at Marquis Denver
I have been watching so many photographers I know capture Meet Me @ The Altar, I could not wait for my turn. They did not disappoint – their recent Denver concert was a lovefest between the band and fans, and while difficult to catch all that dancing and moshing, I would not have missed it for the world.
Meet Me @ The Altar is a vibrant all-female pop punk band that formed in 2015. MMATA consists of lead vocalist Edith Johnson, guitarist Téa Campbell, and drummer Ada Juarez. Their music is a breath of fresh air in the pop punk scene, with catchy hooks, powerful vocals, and meaningful lyrics that tackle important issues like mental health, self-love, and overcoming adversity. They have also been vocal about their experiences with racism and discrimination and have used their platform to raise awareness and advocate for change. Their debut EP, Changing States, is a testament to their talent and creativity, and 2023’s Past // Present // Future builds on the theme.
The band continues to tour through the summer, including a trip back to Colorado Springs on June 1st, so don’t miss out on Meet Me @ The Altar while they are still playing reasonably small venues. It won’t be for long.
Meet Me @ The Altar – Denver Concert Photos
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