NINJA SEX PARTY – GOING DOWN (UNDER) 2019
This is an ALL AGES + LICENSED show – ALL AGES ticket holders may access the upstairs balcony only.
Watch out New Zealand! The 80’s style comedy rock band Ninja Sex Party are ‘Going Down (Under)’ this February! The band features Danny Sexbang singing lead vocals and Ninja Brian on the keyboard. Together these best friends are embarking on their debut Australiasian tour.
At a Ninja Sex Party show, you’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll do battle with mythical creatures. (Please note that concert venue staff are not “mythical creatures.”) And you’ll sing along to “Everybody Wants to Rule the World,” unless you don’t like Tears for Fears — which is kinda weird but hey, you’re invited to the gig, too, Tears for Fears haters. The point is, a Ninja Sex Party show is awesome.
In real life, Danny Sexbang and Ninja Brian are Dan Avian and Brian Wecht. Dan is one of the co-stars of the YouTube gaming channel Game Grumps (4.5 million subscribers), and Brian is a former theoretical physicist who left a professorship to work on Ninja Sex Party full time.
Their latest standout track “Danny Don’t You Know” off their new album Cool Patrol is a hilarious but heartfelt pep talk Danny Sexbang delivers to his awkward, nerdy younger self — played in the video by Stranger Things star (and longtime NSP fan) Finn Wolfhard — promising him that things will get better as he gets older and learns to unleash his inner “spandex butterfly.”
Maybe the running theme of celebrating the nerds, geeks and outsiders that features throughout Ninja Sex Party’s music explains the devotion of their massive fan base — over 1 million YouTube subscribers and 641,000 Twitter followers strong.
Hurry, don’t miss this show! You’re in for a wild night!
“…practically begs for viral fame.” - The AV Club
“Hilarious" – Billboard
"...joyful, explosive and relatable.” - Cool Hunting
"Ninja Sex Party instruct all the nerds of the world to rock on... and it's the message we all need in 2018" – LOUDER
“The quintessential YouTube band, except it transcends the Internet”– The Washington Post