Topeka will host a broadcast watch party with Rainbow Kitten Surprise on July 14 at 9:00 P.M. ET/6:00 P.M. PT to commemorate the band’s sold out two-night run at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, which was scheduled to take place July 13-14 until being postponed. The show will be exclusively accessible to ticket holders through a one-time-use code. Pre-sale for Red Rocks ticket holders and the Rainbow Kitten Surprise e-list begins today, with tickets on sale to the general public July 8 at 10:00 A.M. ET. By partnering with PLUS1, $1 from every ticket will benefit a variety of organizations supporting Black Trans Lives Matter; see additional info HERE.

General Admission tickets are available for $25 each with limited capacity. There are also two premium package experiences available:

“First Class” Experience ($100 with 100 tickets available) includes a signed physical copy of the set list, the ticket holder’s name listed in the credits, limited-edition movie poster, limited-edition t-shirt, Rainbow Kitten Surprise + Green Dot Labs battery, an audio recording of the performance and access to the broadcast. Those purchasing the top-tier experience and those under the age of 18 have the option to choose a $25 band web-store credit and free shipping instead of the battery. • “Devil Like Me” Experience ($65 with 250 tickets available) includes a limited-edition Rainbow Kitten Surprise movie poster, audio recording of the performance and a digital copy of the set list, as well as access to the broadcast.

Topeka, which has enjoyed growing success since its inception, allows fans to connect face-to-face with artists via live interactive video. By offering scheduled, moderated two-way Hang Sessions between artist and fan, Topeka creates the opportunity to form personal relationships via mini-concerts, private lessons and listening parties, group Q&As, workshops, serenades and more.

Topeka is hosting a first-in-kind interactive concert with Jason Isbell in partnership with Sixthman, taking place live from Nashville today, with a recording of the concert airing July 23. The show debuts “the new front row,” an innovative concept in which 150 audience members are able to interact with and be seen by Isbell face-to-face while performing. Read more about it at Rolling Stone Country HERE.

Read about Topeka in Billboard as part of “the new guest appearance” HERE, and the Atlanta Journal Constitution feature on Topeka founder Andy Levine HERE.

Each Hang Session supports Topeka’s partnership with Circles Morningside, the Atlanta-based chapter of Circles USA. Their 12-week Apprenticeship Program works with members in developing “life systems” while preparing them for full time employment opportunities with Topeka. More on Circles USA HERE.

Watch an example of Topeka HERE and visit for more information.

About Topeka: Created by Andy Levine, Topeka brings fans face-to-face with their favorite artists via live video Hang Sessions, creating once-in-a-lifetime moments. From mini-concerts and listening parties to private lessons, workshops and more, Topeka offers an array of experiences to form personal relationships between artist and fan. The company was inspired by a scene in the movie Almost Famous, explaining their goal of fostering these real, authentic connections. Each Hang Session supports Topeka's partnership with Circles Morningside, the Atlanta-based chapter of Circles USA, and their 12-week Apprenticeship Program. For more details visit to connect, to share, to learn, to…peka. #meetyouintopeka

About Rainbow Kitten Surprise: With chilling harmonies, dynamic instrumentation and introspective lyrics, Nashville-based Rainbow Kitten Surprise has developed a genre-defying sound—as original and eclectic as the band’s name—that takes influence from artists like Modest Mouse and Kings of Leon as much as Frank Ocean and Schoolboy Q. Released in 2018, the band’s Elektra debut full length How To: Friend, Love, Freefall—produced by Grammy Award winner Jay Joyce (Cage The Elephant, Sleeper Agent)—amassed nearly three million streams in its first week alone and has been met with critical acclaim from Billboard, TIME, VICE and NPR, who described their sound as “a mix of jam and indie and whatever else you can throw into the soup…very earnest, beautiful, political, loving rock ‘n’ roll.”

Rainbow Kitten Surprise have made a pair of high-profile national television appearances, including a “CBS This Morning Saturday” profile where they delivered electrifying performances of singles “Hide” and “Fever Pitch” and a release week late night television debut on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” The band kicked off 2020 with their debut appearance on the iconic PBS music series “Austin City Limits” as part of the award-winning program’s milestone Season 45. Their engaging and distinct live performances have led to sold-out headlining tours and stand out sets at festivals such as Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, and Austin City Limits among others.

Rainbow Kitten Surprise is: Sam Melo (lead vocals), Darrick “Bozzy” Keller (guitar, vocals), Ethan Goodpaster (lead guitar, vocals), Charlie Holt (bass, vocals) and Jess Haney (drums).

For more information, please contact Samantha Tillman, Carla Sacks, and Kate Rakvic, 212.741.1000 at Sacks Co.