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Ryan Caraveo

Trouble In Paradise US Tour

Experience the raw authenticity of Ryan Caraveo inside The Wall at AREA15 on 4.21.24. LA-based for a year, Caraveo’s roots are in Seattle, where he grinded to build his name. With 700M+ streams, sold-out tours, and a DIY ethos, his journey is a testament to carving a legacy from a blank slate. Inspired by diverse influences and driven by a mission to redefine vulnerability in rap, Caraveo’s performance promises an intimate, powerful connection with his audience.

 

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  • Doors open at 7 p.m.
  • ALL AGES
  • Must be 21+ to consume alcohol.
  • LOCATION | The Wall inside AREA15
  • NOTICE | Tickets purchased via third-party or resale outside AREA15 channels may not be valid and may be refused entry.

About Ryan Caraveo

Ryan Caraveo has been based in LA for the past year but his roots are in Seattle, where he spent his formative years and the majority of his time grinding to build a name for himself. His reputation has been carved out of a blank slate, creating real fans, establishing longevity and loyalty, and gradually packing out bigger and bigger rooms while racking up over 700 million streams, sold out headline tours — all on his own merit.

After moving around a ton in his more impressionable years, he was able to settle in Seattle where he knew there was a greater purpose for him. Inspired by Young Jeezy, Tycho, Dilated Peoples, Linkin Park and his tumultuous childhood, he began to write his own creations. With a bedroom-studio set up, he recorded lyrics and beats, designed his own artwork, marketed himself to his peers at school and eventually opened up for local rappers in Seattle — all before he was 15.

Through a lot of independent hard work and struggles with depression, Caraveo focuses on telling stories about his life. “That’s how great things happen: when you’re not checking any boxes,” he says. His mission is to make rap that’s so soft and vulnerable, it’s harder than anything else out there. “I want young people who listen to know that being soft doesn’t make you weak,” he says, thinking back on the younger, lost version of himself that couldn’t safely express emotions. “You can’t take care of people if you’re never soft with them.”

 

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