2019 American Music Awards

Neon Gold Announces 10 Year Label Anniversary Party With The Knocks, Marina & the Diamonds and More Performing: Exclusive

Andrew Sokolow
The Knocks

Neon Gold Records will celebrate its 10th anniversary as a label on Sept. 29 with an all-star lineup of their award-winning artists including The Knocks and Marina & The Diamonds. The event will be Marina & the Diamonds’ first US performance since 2015 and will be The Knocks’ only live performance in New York City for the year.

The bash will be held on two stages at The Knockdown Center in New York City, and will feature more live performances with Matt Maeson, Alex Winston and Your Smith, all under the boutique record label’s family tree. 

“Neon Gold began as a teenage dream of ours and we’re honored and proud to see it so fully realized ten years in," Neon Gold co-founder Derek Davies tells Billboard. "To be able to celebrate with so many of the incredibly talented artists and friends who have called our label home over the past decade is so special for us, and we can’t wait to make it a night New York won’t soon forget.”

“In an industry that’s constantly changing and redefining itself, our commitment to and love of music has never wavered, and it’s all due to the artists and bands we’ve had the pleasure of building a family with," co-founder Lizzy Plapinger adds. "Neon Gold goes beyond Derek and I, it’s about our community, our artists and their fans. There could be no better way to celebrate than to throw them a party the likes of which we’ve never thrown before. We’re pulling out all the stops, and bringing as many friends and Neon Gold family together for what will be the cherry on top of a dream brought to life.”

Tickets for the 10-year anniversary party start at $50, with VIP tickets at $120, and more information is available on the event’s website. Check out the full lineup below.


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