State Theatre presents

Goth Babe

with Ritt Momney

Fri, August 30, 2024

Thompson's Point

Doors: 5:30pm - Show: 7:00pm - all ages

$39.50 advance
$45 day of show
$139.50 VIP
Kids 3 and under free

All Thompson’s Point shows are rain or shine. Buy tickets in person (without fees) at the State Theatre box office Fridays 10am-5pm, or the night of any State Theatre show. The Thompson’s Point Box Office opens 2 hours before doors day of show. Please note that ticket prices may fluctuate based on demand. On-site parking is very limited, buy in advance above. CLICK HERE for more transportation info.

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Goth Babe

Meet & Greet Experience
• One (1) GA ticket
• Meet & Greet and Acoustic Performance with Goth Babe
• One (1) Group Photo with Goth Babe
• One (1) Exclusive Goth Babe Gift
• One (1) Commemorative VIP Laminate
• Venue First Entry

Goth Babe has partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 per ticket goes to supporting Protect Our Winters and their work helping passionate outdoor people protect the places and experiences they love from climate change.

Goth Babe is Griff Washburn enjoying himself. Originally from Tennessee, Griff currently lives and writes music on a 36ft off-grid sailboat named Lola. He is currently exploring the west coast of Mexico on Lola with his dog Sadie, after sailing down from California last December. When not on the road touring or on his boat, Griff and Sadie are off enjoying the outdoors in a truck camper. They explore the west coast of the United States fly fishing, surfing, snowboarding, and of course writing music along the way. His mission through this project has been to raise money for environmental non-profits like Protect Our Winters, Project Zero, or Conservations Lands Foundation. By attending Griff’s shows, listening to his music, or buying his merch, you’re helping Mother Earth and all its beautiful places. He hopes to also create a safe space for listeners to follow their aspirations and be genuine to themselves.

Griff just released his debut album Lola (Jan 26, 2024): “I would love if these songs allowed people, even just for a second, to escape the weight and heaviness of the world.”

Ritt Momney

I’ve been doing music for about 8 years now and taking it seriously for about 6. Started out doing covers on the piano, then formed a band with friends in high school and called it Ritt Momney. We recorded and released a couple songs like Young Adult. They all left to go on Mormon missions or college, and I kept doing solo stuff and got really into writing/production. I decided to release the single Something, in General under Ritt Momney, and eventually a full album called Her and All of My Friends in 2019. During the pandemic I did a cover of Corinne Bailey Rae’s Put Your Records On, it kind of blew up on TikTok and I ended up signing with Columbia/Disruptor for a one-album deal. That album turned out to be Sunny Boy, which came out in 2021.

I’ve spent some time in LA and NY but moved back to SLC and will probably be here for a while or forever. I’m hanging with my gf Lindsay and my dog Perry and playing basketball, and also working on new music. I’m really excited about the next album. It’s going to be really good I think.