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Tea Leaf Green pays tribute to the Big Man at the Stone Pony

This past Sunday, Father’s Day, Tea Leaf Green performed at the fabled Stone Pony bar and frequent home of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band in what became a tribute concert for legendary saxophonist Clarence Clemons. Springsteen and Clemons met at the Asbury Park bar in 1971, a story both men have told onstage for the past 40 years. Clemons, 69, the “Big Man” in Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, died Saturday night.

Fans who came to pay respects were given free admission to evening headliners Tea Leaf Green who showed love and admiration for Clemons. “It was an honor to pay tribute to ‘The Big Man’ at our last show on this leg of the tour,” said guitarist/vocalist Josh Clark. “We saw firsthand how much Asbury Park and the Stone Pony loved him. We listened to him play all day in the van on our way down there.”

Fellow band member Trevor Garrod added, “When we found out Clarence had died we where still a few hours from Asbury Park. It was a beautiful day; the sun was setting into a riot of crimson clouds; flowers and chalk drawings lined the sidewalk outside of the club. The Atlantic Ocean's waves rolled calmly in across the street. Though we where only coming through coincidentally, we nonetheless felt honored to be part of the celebration of this great musician's life. We couldn't help but feel that somehow the universe was encouraging us to keep up this tradition of rock 'n roll. After we played our set, I jumped into the moonlit sea with some kids who had come to watch the show. I couldn't help but wonder if, back in the day, Clarence had ever done the same. He will be missed.”

San Francisco Bay Area troubadours Tea Leaf Green are newfangled Lost Boys, a traveling gang dedicated to seeking wisdom and experience in places both glorious and seedy. The band’s summer tour kicks off on July 2 in Colorado on the heels of its seventh studio album, Radio Tragedy!, freshly released through Thirty Tigers.

In many ways, this quintet is the essence of rock’s adventurous, playfully outlaw spirit, all of which ultimately fuels songs that resonate with classic vibrations, open-ended possibilities and radio-ready charm. With Radio Tragedy!, Tea Leaf Green have made a record that’s both timely and timeless - a strange, beautiful space that they inhabit naturally and gracefully.

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TEA LEAF GREEN Summer tour dates 2011

Sat., July 2   SNOWMASS VILLAGE, CO The ECO Music Festival
Sun., July 10   DETROIT, MI St. Andrews Hall
Mon., July 11   COLUMBUS, OH Newport Music Hall
Tues., July 12   GRAND RAPIDS, MI The Intersection
Wed., July 13   INDIANAPOLIS, IN Egyptian Room at Murat Theater
Thurs., July 14   DAVENPORT, IA The Redstone Room
Fri., July 15   MILWAUKEE, WI Shank Hall
Sat., July 16   MINNEAPOLIS, MN Cabooze On West Bank
Sat., July 23   BRIDGEPORT, CT Gathering of the Vibes
Tues., July 26   SPOKANE, WA Knitting Factory
Wed., July 27   VANCOUVER, WA Commodore Ballroom
Thurs., July 28   PORTLAND, OR Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre
Fri., July 29   BELLINGHAM, WA Wild Buffalo
Sat., July 30   SEATTLE, WA Neptune Theatre  
Sun., July 31   EUGENE, OR W.O.W. Hall
Mon., Aug. 1   RENO, NV Grand Sierra Theatre
Wed., Aug. 3   LOS ANGELES, CA Club Nokia
Thurs., Aug. 4   VENTURA, CA Majestic Ventura Theatre
Fri., Aug. 5   PIONEERTOWN, CA Pappy & Harriet’s Palace
Sat., Aug. 6    LAS VEGAS, NV Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Sun., Aug. 7   SAN DIEGO, CA Humphrey’s Concerts by Bay
Tues., Aug. 9   ANAHEIM, CA The Grove of Anaheim
Wed., Aug. 10   TEMPE, AZ Marquee Theatre
Mon., Sept. 5   BETHLEHEM, PA SteelJam Festival
Fri., Sept. 30   SAN FRANCISCO, CA The Independent
Sat., Oct. 1   SAN FRANCISCO, CA The Independent

Lindsey Buckingham announces sixth solo album

Legendary guitarist, singer/songwriter, Grammy winner, producer and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Lindsey Buckingham will release his sixth solo album, Seeds We Sow, on September 6, 2011.  This album is Buckingham’s first self-release, in which he took a true DIY approach, not only writing and performing every song on the record but producing and mixing them as well. Buckingham also announced a 31-city North American tour in support of the album which kicks off on September 9 in Nevada and continues through October 25 in Napa, CA (full routing below).  Tickets go on sale in select cities beginning June 16, check your local venue for ticket purchase and on-sale info.

Speaking on Seeds We Sow, Buckingham says, “This might be the best work I’ve ever done. I think it’s an excellent representation of what I do. It shows a certain maturity and musicianship and I just feel like I have a lot of tools in my musical vocabulary from which to draw that are again the product of the choices I’ve made. It’s on my own terms. This is very much from the inside out and I hope I never stop doing that.”

From the album’s first single “In Our Own Time,” to the soft melodic pop/rock tinge of “End of Time” and the album’s most rocking track, “One Take,” to the touching “When She Comes Down” and the almost lullaby-esque hushed tones of the gorgeous closing number, “She Smiles Sweetly,” the album showcases Buckingham’s full arsenal of skills.  Just as his guitar style on Seeds We Sow is more mature and refined, so too are his lyrics, with one of the standout tracks being the hook-laden “Illumination.” “I think the lyrics over the years have actually gotten better because they’ve gotten a little, I don’t want to say obscure, but more poetic in the way they’re created,” he says, adding, “It’s a mysterious process even to me.”

ABOUT LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM
Palo Alto, CA native Lindsey Buckingham is best known for his work as guitarist, male vocalist and songwriter for Fleetwood Mac, a band that has sold more than 100 million albums worldwide, won countless awards, sold out venues around the world, and helped define the sound of rock for the last three decades. Buckingham was the predominant musical force behind such Mac albums as Rumours and the innovative Tusk, and has created a critically acclaimed body of solo work that yielded the hits, “Trouble,” “Go Insane,” and “Holiday Road.” After moving to Los Angeles in 1973 with then girlfriend Stevie Nicks, the two were signed to Polydor Records and released the now cult favorite Buckingham Nicks album.  The two joined Fleetwood Mac on New Year’s Eve of 1974 and the band’s self-titled album was released in 1975.  The album was a hit, however, it did not compare to the success of 1977’s Rumors, led by the Buckingham-written single “Go Your Own Way,” which has gone on to become one of the best selling albums of all time (even re-appearing on the Billboard Top 40 in 2011 after the “Glee” episode paid tribute to the album). 1979’s critically acclaimed double-album, Tusk, famously cost the band over a million dollars to record and was followed by 1982’s Mirage and 1987’s Tango in the Night, also huge commercial successes for the band.  Buckingham’s first solo album, 1981’s Law and Order, produced the hit single “Trouble.” Buckingham’s subsequent solo albums, 1984’s Go Insane, 1992’s Out of the Cradle, 2006’s Under the Skin and 2008’s Live at the Bass Performance Hall and Gift of Screws have all earned critical acclaim.  He was recently honored with ASCAP’s Golden Note Award, and has also received The Les Paul Award.  For more information please log on to www.lindseybuckingham.com.
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“SEEDS WE SOW” TOUR DATES:
Fri.-Sat., Sept. 9-10 RENO, NV Nugget Casino
Mon., Sept. 12 BOISE, ID Egyptian Theatre
Tues., Sept. 13   SALT LAKE CITY, UT The Depot
Wed., Sept. 14  DENVER, CO University of Denver  Gates Hall
Fri., Sept. 16  MINNEAPOLIS, MN Pantages Theatre
Sat., Sept. 17  MILWAUKEE, WI The Pabst Theater
Sun., Sept. 18  CHICAGO, IL Vic Theater
Tues., Sept. 20  PITTSBURGH, PA Carnegie Music Hall
Thurs., Sept. 22  PHILADELPHIA, PA Keswick Theatre
Fri., Sept. 23  WESTHAMPTON BEACH, NY Westhampton Beach Performing Arts Ctr.
Sat., Sept. 24  RIDGEFIELD, CT Ridgefield Playhouse
Sun., Sept. 25  BOSTON, MA Wilbur Theatre
Tues., Sept. 27 NEW YORK, NYThe Town Hall
Thurs., Sept. 29  MORRISTOWN, NJ Mayo Performing Arts Center
Fri., Sept. 30  BALTIMORE, MD Goucher College       
Sat., Oct. 1  DURHAM, NC Carolina Theatre of Durham
Mpn., Oct.  3  JACKSONVILLE, FL Florida Theatre
Tues., Oct. 4  FORT PIERCE, FL Sunrise Theatre
Wed., Oct. 5  CLEARWATER, FL Capitol Theatre
Fri., Oct. 7 ATLANTA, GA Symphony Hall
Sun., Oct. 9 HOUSTON, TX Verizon Wireless Theatre
Wed., Oct. 12  PHOENIX, AZ Celebrity Theatre
Thurs., Oct. 13   LOS ANGELES, CA Royce Hall
Fri., Oct. 14  LAS VEGAS, NV Aliente Resort
Sat., Oct. 15  PALM DESERT (PALM SPRINGS), CA McCallum Theater
Mon., Oct. 17 ANAHEIM, CA Grove of Anaheim
Tues., Oct. 18  TURLOCK, CA Turlock Community Theatre
Wed., Oct. 19   SAN FRANCISCO, CA The Regency Center
Sat., Oct. 22  VANCOUVER, BC The Ctr. in Vancouver for Performing Arts
Sun., Oct. 23  SEATTLE, WA Little Creek Casino Resort        
Tues., Oct. 25  NAPA, CA Uptown Theater

Trombone Shorty captures New Orleans and national honors

Trombone Shorty’s star continues to rise as he is honored with more local and national awards. The just-turned 25-year-old New Orleans singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist and all-around musical powerhouse was awarded five Best of the Beat Awards from New Orleans’ OffBeat magazine. And Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews was named among NBC News’ The Grio’s 100: History Makers in the Making, a list of the top 100 African-American men and women who are writing the next chapter of American history.

At the Best of the Beat ceremony January 28 celebrating OffBeat’s nominees, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue received the most awards of the night, winning Artist of the Year, Album of the Year for Backatown, Best R&B/Funk Artist, Best R&B/Funk Album for Backatown, and Best Trombonist. “On Backatown, Trombone Shorty has created an album that brings the New Orleans brass band and funk traditions up to date,” says Alex Rawls, editor of OffBeat. “His roots are clearly in the Crescent City, but he has the chops, charisma and stage savvy to take his music to a much larger audience.”

Backatown, the band’s major label debut, immediately hit #1 on Billboard’s Contemporary Jazz chart, staying there for nine weeks and now, more than nine months later, is still in the Top 5.  Backatown is also nominated for this year’s GRAMMY for Best Contemporary Jazz Album.

This makes three times since 2007 that OffBeat has awarded Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue Best R&B/Funk Band, while Trombone Shorty himself has picked up three awards for Performer/ Artist of the Year and two awards for Best Trumpeter. The Best of the Beat Award nominees are selected by the magazine’s editors and writers, and the public votes to choose the winners. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue were on hand to receive their awards in person at the celebration in New Orleans. The next morning Trombone Shorty headed to Jamaica to join Gov’t Mule’s Island Exodus II in Negril, where he collaborated as a special featured guest with Gov’t Mule as well as on Warren Haynes’ solo performance.

In honor of Black History Month, theGrio.com, a division of NBC News, has announced its TheGrio’s 100: History Makers in the Making, which this year includes Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews. The list is nominated by a team of experts, affiliates, and contributors from across the country, and members of TheGrio.com and NBC News editorial teams. The Grio’s 100 shines a spotlight on African-American history makers and industry leaders from 10 fields, including business, education, sports, science and the environment, media, service and activism, politics, health, pop culture and the arts.  Trombone Shorty joins First Lady Michelle Obama, singer and education advocate Jill Scott, actress Viola Davis, Olympic Gold Medalist Cullen Jones and NBA star Kevin Durant, among others.

Trombone Shorty and Orleans Avenue’s Backatown tour continues this spring and summer beginning February 2 in Chicago with more dates across the European continent, Singapore, Australia, New Zealand, and all over Canada and the U.S.

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TROMBONE SHORTY & ORLEANS AVENUE Tour Dates:
Wed., Feb. 2  CHICAGO, IL Lincoln Hall (*to be rescheduled due to weather)
Thurs., Feb 3  STEVENS POINT, WI University of Wisconsin
Fri., Feb, 4  PLATTEVILLE, WI University of Wisconsin
Sat., Feb. 5  COLUMBIA, MO University of Missouri
Mon., Feb. 7  SEATTLE, WA Neumos
Tues., Feb. 8  PORTLAND, OR Roseland
Wed., Feb. 9  ARCATA, CA Humboldt Brews
Thurs., Feb. 10  SANTA CRUZ, CA The Catalyst
Fri., Feb. 11  SAN FRANCISCO, CA The Fillmore (Sold Out)
Sat., Feb. 12  LOS ANGELES, CA Conga Room
Tues., Feb. 15  DENVER, CO Bluebird Theatre 
Wed., Feb. 16  BOULDER, CO Fox Theatre 
Fri., Feb. 18  AUSTIN, TX Austin City Limits Live at Moody Theater (Sold Out)
Sat., Feb. 19  HOUSTON, TX House of Blues
Sun., Feb. 20  DALLAS, TX House of Blues
Tues., Feb 22 NASHVILLE, TN Mercy Lounge
Wed., Feb. 23  ASHEVILLE, NC The Orange Peel
Thurs., Feb 24  ATLANTA, GA Variety Playhouse
Fri., Feb 25  BOSTON, MA Paradise Rock Club
Sat., Feb. 26  NEW YORK, NY Terminal 5 
Sun.,  Feb 27  NORFOLK, CT Infinity Hall
Sat.,  Mar. 5  NEW ORLEANS, LA Krewe of Endymion
Sun., Mar. 6   NEW ORLEANS, LA Tipitina’s
Thurs., Mar 17  STUTTGART,  GERMANY Die Röhre
Fri., Mar. 18  FREIBURG,  GERMANY Jazzhaus
Sat., Mat 19  FRANKFURT,  GERMANY Brotfabrik
Sun., Mar. 20  DRESDEN,  GERMANY Beatpol
Mon., Mar 21  BONN,  GERMANY Harmonnie
Wed., Mar. 23  ATHENS,  GREECE gazArte
Fri.,  Mar. 24  AUBERVILIERS,  FRANCE Banlieues Bleues Festival
Sat., Mar. 25  BURGHAUSEN,  GERMANY Internationale Jazzwoche Burghausen
Sun.,  Mar. 26  TERRASSA, SPAIN Terrassa Jazz Festival
Mon., Mar. 27   MADRID, SPAIN University of Madrid
Wed., Mar. 30  WYOMISSING, PA Berks Jazz Fest 2011
Thur., Mar. 31  ROANOKE, VA Jefferson Center
Fri., Apr. 1  INSTITUTE, WV Davis Fine Arts Theatre
Sat., Apr. 2  LOUISVILLE, KY Headliners Music Hall
Sun., Apr. 3  COLUMBUS, OH Capitol Theatre, Riffe Center
Wed., Apr. 6  NEW ORLEANS, LA Wednesday at the Square
Sun., Apr. 10  ST. PETERSBURG, FL Tampa Bay Blues Festival
Sat., Apr. 16  SINGAPORE Timbre Rock & Roots
Wed., Apr 20  MELBOURNE,  AUSTRALIA The Corner
Thurs., Apr. 21  SYDNEY,  AUSTRALIA The Factory
Fri., Apr. 22   BYRON BAY,  AUSTRALIA Bluesfest
Sat.,  Apr. 23  BYRON BAY,  AUSTRALIA Bluesfest
Sun., Apr. 24   TAURANGA,  NEW ZEALAND NZ Jazz Festival
Thurs., Apr. 28   CLEVELAND, OH Tri C Jazz Fest
Fri., Apr. 29   NEW ORLEANS, LA House of Blues
Sat., Apr. 30   NEW ORLEANS, LA House of Blues
Sat., May 7   NEW ORLEANS, LA Tipitina’s
Sat., May 7   NEW ORLEANS, LA New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival
Fri., May 20   RICHMOND, VA Friday Cheers
Sat., May 21   THOMSON, GA Blind Willie McTell Blues Festival
Fri., June 3  OZARK, AR Wakarusa Festival
Thurs., June 9  CHARLESTON, SC Spoleto Festival
Fri., June 10  CHARLESTON, SC Spoleto Festival
Sat., June 11  RALEIGH, NC North Carolina Museum of Art
Sat., June 18  FT. WORTH, TX Ft. Worth Botanic Gardens
Wed., June 22  APPLE VALLEY, MN Weesner Amphitheater
Fri., June 24   EDMONTON, CANADA Edmonton Jazz Festival
Mon., June 27   VANCOUVER, CANADA Vancouver International Jazz Festival
Sat., July 2   LONDON, ENGLAND London Blues & Jazz Festival
Sat., July 16  UMBRIA, ITALY Umbria Jazz Festival
Mon., July 18  MOLDE, NORWAY Moldejazz 2011
Tues., July 19  MOLDE, NORWAY Moldejazz 2011

And many more to be announced soon.   www.tromboneshorty.com

Great American Taxi's Reckless Habits Winter Tour

“Fun! Look it up in the dictionary and Vince Herman’s name should appear somewhere in the definition,” wrote Elmore magazine in 2010. The fun continues for Vince Herman and Great American Taxi with a newly added leg of tour dates that kicks Great American Taxi into high gear in the New Year. To date, many of the most innovative and acclaimed players currently on the jamband/newgrass circuit have joined Taxi’s Reckless Habits Tour, which largely features the band’s signature style of country-, rock- and bluegrass-influenced Americana musical styles.

Taxi’s second and latest album, Reckless Habits, garnered impressive nods in 2010, appearing on several Best of 2010 lists. And the band’s energetic live shows have grabbed critical attention: “A few of my favorite shows from last year include any time Great American Taxi played Moe’s Alley,” said Beth Peerless at the Monterey County Herald.  Amazon.com is currently featuring Reckless Habits as part of its Fill Your Player MP3 digital download promotion of critically acclaimed releases for only five dollars.

Railroad Earth will headline a string of January shows with Great American Taxi — RRE’s Tim Carbone produced Taxi’s Reckless Habits. In February, Great American Taxi teams up with the Emmitt-Nershi Band at Whisky Jack’s in Big Sky, Montana, and Todd Snider at the Nugget in Nevada. Taxi also backs Snider on his recent release, The Storyteller Live, which includes a bonus DVD of Taxi and Todd performing at the TPAC in Nashville, Tenn.

Artists joining Taxi onstage in the past year include: contemporary troubadour Todd Snider, the exceptional mandolin virtuoso and versatile vocalist Drew Emmitt (Leftover Salmon and his own Drew Emmitt Band), Billy Nershi (The String Cheese Incident), and the David Nelson Band, with their exploratory improvisational jam sessions.

Reckless Habits appeared on several Best of 2010 lists; it peaked at #12 on the Americana radio charts in 2010 and finished in the Americana Music Association’s Top 100 Americana albums of the year, coming in at #54; it held the top spot on Colorado radio in April and May of 2010 and charted at #6 overall on Colorado radio for the year. The album was picked in a No Depression Top 10 of the year and continues to chart in the Top Ten for spins on Jambands.com radio.

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GREAT AMERICAN TAXI ON THE ROAD – WINTER 2011

Tues., Jan. 18   FAYETTEVILLE, AR George’s Majestic Lounge, with Railroad Earth

Wed., Jan. 19   TULSA, OK Cain’s Ballroom, with Railroad Earth

Fri., Jan 21    ALBUQUERQUE, NM Sunshine Theater, with Railroad Earth

Sat., Jan. 22    FLAGSTAFF, AZ Orpheum Theater, with Railroad Earth

Sun., Jan. 23   TUSCON, AZ Rialto Theatre, with Railroad Earth

Mon., Jan. 24    SOLANA BEACH, CA Belly Up, with Railroad Earth

Tues., Jan. 25    LAS VEGAS, NV Hard Rock Cafe – Vegas, with Railroad Earth

Wed., Jan. 26   BAKERSFIELD, CA Fishlips

Thurs., Jan. 27   OAKLAND, CA The New Parish

Fri., Jan. 28   SANTA CRUZ, CA Catalyst

Sat., Jan. 29    NAPA, CA Uptown Theater

Thu., Feb. 10  FT. COLLINS, CO Hodi’s Half Note

Fri., Feb., 11   BRECKENRIDGE, CO Three20South

Sat., Feb. 12   DURANGO, CO Abbey Theatre

Wed., Feb. 16   PARK CITY, UT Star Bar

Fri., Feb. 18   ALTA, WY Trap Bar @ Grand Targhee Resort

Sat., Feb. 19   LIVINGSTON, MT The Mint

Sun., Feb. 20   BIG SKY, MT Whiskey Jack’s, w/Emmitt-Nershi Band

Fri., Feb. 25   SPARKS, NV John Ascuaga’s Nugget, w/Todd Snider

Sat., Feb. 26   SPARKS, NV John Ascuaga’s Nugget, w/Todd Snider

Wed., Mar. 2   LAWRENCE, KS Bottleneck

Thurs., Mar. 3   ST. LOUIS, MO 2720 Cherokee

Sat., Mar. 5   GRANDVIEW, OH Woodlands Tavern

Sun., Mar. 6   CHARLESTON, WV Mountain Stage Radio Show

Thurs., Mar. 10   CINCINNATI, OH Stanley’s Pub

Fri., Mar. 11   KALAMAZOO, MI Bell’s Brewery

Sat., Mar. 12   CHICAGO, IL Double Door

Thurs., Apr. 7   GIRDWOOD, AK Alyeska Resort/Sitzmark

Fri., Apr. 8   GIRDWOOD, AK Alyeska Resort/Sitzmark

Sat., Apr. 9   GIRDWOOD, AK Alyeska Resort/Sitzmark

Sat., Apr. 30   HOT SPRINGS, NC French Broad River Festival

Sat., June 4   BEAN BLOSSOM, IN John Hartford Memorial Festival

Fri., June 17   AUBURN, CA Party in the Park

Fri., July 15   LOUISVILLE, CO Steinbaugh Pavillion

Fri., July 23   NORTH PLAINS, OR Horning’s Hideout - Northwest String Summit w/Todd Snider

Sat., Aug. 6   WILLITS, CA Dead On The Creek

Cut Copy Release New Single, Announce European Tour Dates

Today, Cut Copy is proud to announce the release of the first commercial single from their new LP Zonoscope, “Take Me Over.” It’s available at all fine download outlets immediately, and will be dropped on 12” vinyl (with an awesome Alter sleeve) in the very near future. You can listen to it at SoundCloud.

In addition, we can now unveil the first leg of the massive Zonoscope World Tour, which will see the band traversing Europe.

The dates are as follows:

Thurs 3 March - Glasgow - Death Disco Special

Sat March 5th – Manchester – Now Wave @ Gorilla
Sun 6 March – London - The Forum
Tues 8 March - Oslo - Rockerfeller
Wed 9 March - Malmo - KB
Thurs 10 March – Copenhagen - Loppen
Fri 11 March – Stockholm - The Strand
Sat 12 March – Helsinki - House of Culture
Mon 14 March – Tallin - Rock Café
Wed 16 March - Berlin - Lido
Thurs 17 March - Koln - Gebaeude 9
Fri 18 March – Amsterdam - Melkweg
Sat 19 March - Paris - Nouveau Casino
Wed 23 March - Lisbon - Coliseum
Some tickets are still left for the Adelaide, Brisbane, and Perth stops, on the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival, which Cut Copy are headlining . The dates are below.
Fri 4 Feb – Brisbane – St Jerome’s Laneway Festival - Buy Tickets
Sat 5 Feb – Melbourne - St Jerome’s Laneway Festival - SOLD OUT
Sun 6 Feb – Sydney - St Jerome’s Laneway Festival - SOLD OUT
Fri 11 Feb – Adelaide - St Jerome’s Laneway Festival - Buy Tickets
Sat 12 Feb – Perth - St Jerome’s Laneway Festival - Buy Tickets
And if you feel like coming to Santiago, Chile for New Year's Eve...
Fri 31 Dec – Santiago, Chile @ Industria Cultural  - Buy Tickets
Zonoscope is out on Feb 4th in Australia, Feb 7th in Europe, and Feb 8th in North America.

Upcoming Shows at the Boulder Theater | 08.30

Here is what  shows are upcoming up at the Boulder Theater as of August 17th.  All shows are ON SALE NOW unless otherwise noted. All additions and changes are in blue.

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Fri Sept 10 Boulder Weekly & KUVO Present
8:00 pm Tab Benoit
21+ / GA $24.50
Sun Sept 12 eTown Live Radio Show Taping
7:00 pm Shawn Mullins & Cloud Cult
AA / GA $15
Thurs. Sept 16 Windstopper & The North Face Present
6:00 / 8:30 pm 5th Annual Reel Rock Film Tour, World Premier
All Ages / GA $18.50
Fr. Sept 17 Ch. 97.3 KBCO, Twist & Shout And Colorado Daily & Daily Camera Present
8:00 pm Leon Russell
Bill McKay Band
21+ / GA $30 / Reserved $41
Sat. Sept 18 Helly Hansen Presents
7:00 / 9:30 pm MSP's "The Way I See It"
All Ages / GA $20
Thurs. Sept 23 TGR's "Deeper"
7:00 pm AA / GA $14 adv / GA $16 dos
Fri. Sept 24 Maven Productions & Boulder Pride Present
8:00 pm Kate Clinton:  "Lady Ha-Ha Tour"
AA / GA $30 / Reserved $36 / Gold Circle $48

Sun. Sept 26 Michael Conti Presents
1:00 pm The Shoot Out Boulder Top 10 Films
AA / GA $15

Tues Sept 28 Denver Film Society Presents
7:00 pm
NoWhere Boy

with The Quarrymen Live!
AA / GA $30 / GA $80
Fri. Oct 1 Westword & KUVO Present
9:00 pm Les Nubians
18+ / GA $17.50 adv / GA $20 dos
Sat. Oct 2 Ch 93.3 & Colorado Daily Present
8:00 pm Blue October
The Parlotones
AA / GA $37
Wed. Oct 5 Ch. 97.3 KBCO & Boulder Weekly Presents
8:00 pm An Evening With Richard Thompson Band
AA / GA $30 / Reserved $36.50
Wed. Oct 6 Poor Boyz Triple Threat Tour, Revolver!
8:00 pm AA / GA $12.50 adv / GA $16.50 dos
Sat. Oct 9
B.o.B
9:00 pm AA / GA $30

Thur Oct 14 Dancing with Boulder Stars
7:30 pm AA / GA $31 / Reserved $45
Fri Oct 15 TGR's "Light the Wick"
7 pm AA / GA $14 adv / GA $16 dos
9:30 pm 21+ / GA $14 adv / GA $16 dos
Sat. Oct 16 Denver A. V. Club & Radio 1190' Best Medicine Present
8:00 pm Upright Citizen's Brigade Touring Company
AA / GA $18.50 / Reserved $26

Fri Oct 22 Boulder Weekly & KGNU Present
8:00 pm David Bromberg Quartet
21+ / GA $30 / Reserved $36.50
Sat. Oct 25 Ch. 97.3 & Westword Present
9:00 pm Ingrid Michaelson
AA / GA $22 adv / GA $26 dos
Tues Oct 26 KUNC & NPR Present
7:30 pm Early Show:  David Sedaris
AA / GA $46 adv (8/6 - 9/1) / GA $51 (starting 9/1) / Reserved $56.50 / Gold Circle $66.50
Tues. Oct 26 Colorado Daily & Radio 1190 Present
10:00 pm Dr. Dog
w/ Here We Go Magic
AA / GA $22.50 adv / GA $26 dos
Wed Oct 27 Ch. 93.3 & Westword Present
9:00 pm Gogol Bordello
AA / GA $30 adv / GA $35 dos
On Sale Now!
Thurs Oct 28 Ch. 93.3 & Westword Present
9:00 pm Gogol Bordello
AA / GA $30 adv / GA $35 dos
On Sale Now!
Fri Oct 29
Ch. 97.3 KBCO, Westword And Twist & Shout Present
9:00pm
DeVotchka
AA / GA $34.50
Sat. Oct 30 Ch. 97.3 KBCO, Westword And Twist & Shout Present
9:00 pm
DeVotchka
AA / GA $34.50
Sun Oct 31 KGNU & Marquee Magazine Present
8:00 pm Hot Rize
w/ Red Knuckles & The Trailblazers
AA / GA $32.50 / Reserved $40
Wed. Nov 3 Omara Portuondo (of Bueno Vista Social Club)
7:00 pm 80th Birthday Celebration
AA / GA $41
Thurs Nov 4 AEG Live Presents
8:00 pm Bob Saget
18+ / GA $51 / Reserved $58
Fri. Nov 5 Playing For Change Band
8:00 pm AA / GA $30 / Reserved $35 / Gold Circle $4

Sat. Nov 6 Women's Health Present
6:30 / 7:30 pm An Evening with Broad Comedy
AA / GA $25 / Reserved $55 / VIP $85
Pre-sale - 09/04

Sat. Dec 4
KUVO Presents
8:00 pm John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension
AA / GA $41 / Reserved $51.50 / Gold Circle $61.50
On Sale - 08.13.10

Upcoming Shows for the Fox Theatre | 8.30

Here is what we shows are up coming up at the Fox Theater as of August 17th.  All shows are ON SALE NOW unless otherwise noted. All additions and changes are in blue.
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Thurs Sept 2 Colorado Daily, KGNU & Greenlightradio.com Present
9:00 pm Mr. Anonymous & The Black Bridge Crew
AA / GA $5
Mon Sept 4 Westword & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm
Dovekins & Mucca Pazza
AA /  GA $8 adv / GA $10 dos
Tues Sept 7 Colorado Daily Present
9:00 pm The Malah
w/ Frequent-C
AA / GA $8 adv / GA $10 dos
Wed Sept 8 Colorado Daily Present
9:00 pm
Rehab
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $18 dos
Thur Sept 9 Boulder Weekly & Twist & Shout Present
8:00 pm An Evening With Charlie Hunter
Feat:  Erik Kalb & Michael Williams
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $20 dos
Fri Sept 10 Boulder Weekly & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm !!!
AA / GA $18
Sat. Sept 11 Colorado Daily & Radio 1190 Basementalism Present
9:00 pm
J-Live
AA / $8 adv / $12 dos
Thurs Sept 16 Colorado Daily & Radio 1190's Basementalism Present
9:00 pm Zion I
w/ Foodchain, Rogue Sound
AA / GA $20 adv / GA $23 dos
Fri Sept 17 Colorado Daily Present
9:00 pm The Beautiful Girls
w/ Giant Panda, Guerilla Dub Squad & Kinetix
AA / GA $14 adv / GA $17 dos
Sat Sept 18 Colorado Daily & Radio 1190 & Budweiser Present
9:00 pm Rogue Wave
Peter Wolf Crier
AA / GA $18 adv / GA $20 dos
Sun Sept 19 Colorado Daily, Twist & Shout & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm Alberta Cross & Dead Confederate
w/ HousesAA / GA $15
Tues. Sept 21 Boulder Weekly & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm Menomena
w/ Suckers & Tu Fawning
AA / GA $12 adv / GA $15 dos
Wed Sept 22 Rusko - SOLD OUT!
9:00 pm AA / GA $22.50 adv / GA $25 dos
Thurs Sept 23 Boulder Weekly & Radio 1190 Basementalism Present
9:00 pm
Rootz Vs Murphy
AA / GA $10 adv / GA $13 dos
Fri Sept 24 KGNU & Colorado Daily  Present
9:00 pm Prefuse 73
AA / GA $18.50 adv / GA $22 dos
Sat Sept 25 Channel 93.3 & Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm Rose Hill Drive
AA / GA  $18 adv / GA $22 dos
Sun Sept 26 40oz to Freedom
9:00 pm AA / GA $10 adv / GA $14 dos
Mon. Sept 27 Communikey, Colorado Daily & Family Moons Present
9:00 pm Mount Kimbie
w/ Miraja & Ivy
AA / GA $10 adv / GA $12 dos
Tues Sept 28 Colorado Daily, Twist & Shout & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm Local Natives
w/ The Love Language, Union Line
AA / GA $14 adv / GA $16 dos
Thurs Sept 30 Colorado Daily & Radio 1190's Basementalism Present
9:00 pm
David Banner
AA / $25
Fri Oct 1 Hanson
w/ Rocket To The Moon
AA / GA $27 adv / GA $30 dos
Sat. Oct 2 Boulder Weekly Present
9:00 pm Elephant Revival
w/ Bonfire Dub
AA / GA $12 adv / GA $15 dos
Mon Oct 4 Colorado Daily Present
9:00 pm Blind Pilot
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $18 dos
Tues Oct 5 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm Griffin House
Tyler James
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $17.50 dos
Wed Oct 6 Channel 93.3 & Boulder Weekly Present
9:00 pm Ok Go
AA/ GA $16 adv/ GA $20 dos
On Sale Now
Thurs Oct 7 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm The New Deal
w/ Brothers Past
AA / GA $20 adv / GA $23 dos
Fri Oct 8 Colorado Daily & Radio 1190 Basementalism Presents
9:00 pm Waken Baken Tour
Wiz Khalifia
Yelawolf
AA / GA $18 adv / GA $20 dos
Sat Oct 9 Colorado Daily Present
9:00 pm
Cornmeal
AA / GA $15
Tues Oct 12  KGNU & Boulder Weekly Present
9:00 pm Caribou
AA / GA$15 adv / GA $20 dos
Wed Oct 13 Colorado Daily Presents
9:00 pm
Greensky  Bluegrass
AA / GA $12 adv / GA $15 dos
Thurs Oct 14 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm Tea Leaf Green
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $18 dos
Fri. Oct 15 Boulder Weekly & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm FUN.
w/ Steel Train & Jarrod Gorbel
AA / GA $15
Sun Oct 17 Boulder Weekly & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm The Walkmen
w/ Japandroids
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $18 dos
Mon Oct 18 KGNU & Grateful Web Presents
9:00 pm Blitzen Trapper
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $18 dos
Tues. Oct 19 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm K'Naan
w/ Paper Tongues
AA / GA $21
Fri Oct 22 & 23 Westword Present
9:00 pm Portugal. The Man
AA / GA $14 adv / GA $18 dos
Sun Oct 24 Boulder Weekly Presents
8:00 pm
The Wood Brothers & Tristan Prettyman
AA / GA $15
Fri. Oct 29 Ch. 93.3 KTCL Presents
9:00 pm
The Crystal Method
AA / GA $25
Sat Oct 30 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm Particle
Feat:  original guitarist, Charlie Hitchcock
10th Anniversary Tour
w/ White Water Ramble
AA / GA $18 adv / GA $23 dos
Sun Oct 31 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm The Motet plays Earth, Wind & Fire
AA / GA $18 adv / GA $20 dos
Fri Nov 5 Colorado Daily Presents
9:00 pm Infected Mushrooms
AA/ GA $22 adv/ GA $30 dos
On Sale Now
Sat Nov 6 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm The Subdudes
AA / $22.50 adv / $25 dos

Wed Nov 10    Macklemore x Ryan Lewis
w/ Binary Star
AA/ GA $15 adv & dos
Thurs Jan 20 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm
Who's Bad - The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute

AA / GA $12.50 adv / GA $15 dos


Upcoming Shows at the Fox Theatre - 08.17.10

Here is what shows are upcoming at the Fox Theatre as of 08.10.10.  All shows are ON SALE NOW unless otherwise noted. All additions and changes are in blue.

Thurs. Aug 19 Boulder Weekly & Twist & Shout Present
9:00 pm Surprise Me Mr. Davis (The Slip & Nathan Moore)
Feat:  Marco Benevento
w/ Radical Knitting Circle
AA / GA $15
Fri Aug 20 Boulder Weekly & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm Carbon Choir
w/ Achille Lauro, Science Partner
AA / GA $10 adv / GA $12.50 dos
Sat Aug 21 Boulder Weekly, Twist & Shout & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm Fruit Bats
w/ These United States
AA / GA $12 adv / GA $15 dos
Sun Aug 22 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm Lubriphonic & Springdale Quartet
AA / GA $8 adv / GA $10 dos
Wed. Aug 25  Colorado Daily & KGNU Present
9:00 pm Rakim
Performing "Paid in Full" in its entirety
AA / GA $18 adv / GA $20 dos
Thurs Aug 26 Colorado Daily Presents
9:00 pm J-Flash
w/ Air Dubai, Mr. Francois
AA / GA $8 adv / GA $10 dos
Fri Aug 27 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm
Jim Lauderdale Electric
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $17 dos
Sat. Aug 28 Boulder Weekly & KGNU Present
9:00 pm The Budos Band
w/ Radio 1190's Chunk of Funk
AA / GA $8 adv / GA $10 dos
Thurs Sept 2 Colorado Daily, KGNU & Greenlightradio.com Present
9:00 pm Mr. Anonymous & The Black Bridge Crew
AA / GA

Mon Sept 4 Dovekins & Mucca Pazza
9:00 pm AA /  GA $8 adv / GA $10 dos

Tues Sept 7 The Malah
9:00 pm w/ Frequent-C
AA / GA $8 adv / GA $10 dos
Wed Sept 8
Rehab
9:00 pm AA / GA $15 adv / GA $18 dos
Thur Sept 9 Boulder Weekly & Twist & Shout Present
8:00 pm An Evening With Charlie Hunter
Feat:  Erik Kalb & Michael Williams
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $20 dos
Fri Sept 10 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm !!!
AA / GA $18
Thurs Sept 16 Radio 1190's Basementalism Presents
9:00 pm Zion I
AA / GA $20 adv / GA $23 dos
Fri Sept 17 Colorado Daily Presents
9:00 pm The Beautiful Girls
w/ Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad & Kinetix
AA / GA $14 adv / GA $17 dos
Sat Sept 18 Colorado Daily & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm Rogue Wave
AA / GA $18 adv / GA $20 dos
Sun Sept 19 Colorado Daily, Twist & Shout & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm Alberta Cross & Dead Confederate
AA / GA $15
Tues. Sept 21 Boulder Weekly & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm Menomena
w/ Suckers
AA / GA $12 adv / GA $15 dos
Wed Sept 22 Rusko - SOLD OUT!
9:00 pm AA / GA $22.50 adv / GA $25 dos

Thurs Sept 23 Rootz Vs Murphy
9:00 pm AA / GA $10 adv / GA $13 dos
Fri Sept 24 KGNU & Colorado Daily Present
9:00 pm Prefuse 73
AA / GA $18.50 adv / GA $22 dos

Sat Sept 25 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm Rose Hill Drive
AA / GA  $18 adv / GA $22 dos
Sun Sept 26 40oz to Freedom
9:00 pm AA / GA $10 adv / GA $14 dos
Mon. Sept 27 Mount Kimbie
9:00 pm AA / GA $10 adv / GA $12 dos
Tues Sept 28 Colorado Daily, Twist & Shout & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm Local Natives
w/ The Love Language, Union Line
AA / GA $14 adv / GA $16 dos
Thurs Sept 30 Colorado Daily Presents
9:00 pm David Banner
AA / $25
Fri Oct 1
Hanson
w/ Rocket To The Moon
AA / GA $27 adv / GA $30 dos
Sat. Oct 2 Elephant Revival
9:00 pm AA / GA $12 adv / GA $15 dos

Mon Oct 4 Blind Pilot
9:00 pm AA / GA $15 adv / GA $18 dos
Tues Oct 5 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm Griffon House
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $17.50 dos
Thurs Oct 7 The New Deal
9:00 pm w/ Brothers Past
AA / GA $20 adv / GA $23 dos
Fri Oct 8
Colorado Daily Presents
9:00 pm Waken Baken Tour
Wiz Khalifia
Yelawolf
AA / GA $18 adv / GA $20 dos

Sat Oct 9 Cornmeal
9:00 pm AA / GA $15
Tues Oct 12  KGNU Presents
9:00 pm Caribou
AA / GA$15 adv / GA $20 dos
Wed Oct 13 Colorado Daily Presents
9:00 pm Greensky  Bluegrass
AA / GA $12 adv / GA $15 dos
Thurs Oct 14 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm Tea Leaf Green
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $18 dos
Fri. Oct 15 Boulder Weekly & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm FUN.
AA / GA $15
Sun Oct 17 Boulder Weekly & Radio 1190 Present
9:00 pm The Walkmen
w/ Japandroids
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $18 dos
Mon Oct 18 KGNU Presents
9:00 pm Blitzen Trapper
AA / GA $15 adv / GA $18 dos
Fri Oct 22 & 23 Portugal. The Man
9:00 pm AA / GA $14 adv / GA $18 dos
Sun Oct 24 Boulder Weekly Presents
8:00 pm The Wood Brothers & Tristan Prettyman
AA / GA $15
Fri. Oct 29 The Crystal Method
9:00 pm AA / GA $25
Sat Oct 30
Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm Particle
Feat:  original guitarist, Charlie Hitchcock
10th Anniversary Tour
w/ White Water Ramble
AA / GA $18 adv / GA $23 dos
Sun Oct 31 Boulder Weekly Presents
9:00 pm The Motet plays Earth, Wind & Fire
AA / GA $18 adv / GA $20 dos
Thurs Jan 20 Who's Bad - The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute
9:00 pm AA / GA $12.50 adv / GA $15 dos

Upcoming Shows at the Boulder Theater - 08.17.10

Here is what shows are upcoming at the Boulder Theater as of August 17th.  All shows are ON SALE NOW unless otherwise noted.  All additions and changes are in blue:


Fri. Aug 20 Ch. 93.3 & Boulder Weekly Present
9:00 pm Reverend Horton Heat
w/ Reno Divorce
21+ / GA $19.50 adv / $25.00 dos
Wed Aug 25  The Onion & Radio 1190's Best Medicine Present
8:00 pm Charlie Murpy & Friends
Star of the Chapelle Show
18+ / GA $30 / Reserved $38.50
Sat. Aug 28 HealthLinks Foundation Present
6:00 pm Cabaret for a Cause
21+ / GA $60.00
Fri Sept 10 Boulder Weekly & KUVO Present
8:00 pm Tab Benoit
21+ / GA $24.50

Sun Sept 12 eTown Live Radio Show Taping
7:00 pm Shawn Mullins & Cloud Cult
AA / GA $15
Thurs. Sept 16 Windstopper & The North Face Present
6:00 / 8:30 pm 5th Annual Reel Rock Film Tour, World Premier
All Ages / GA $18.50
Fr. Sept 17 Colorado Daily & Daily Camera Present
8:00 pm Leon Russell
21+ / GA $30 / Reserved $41
Sat. Sept 18 Helly Hansen Presents
7:00 / 9:30 pm MSP's "The Way I See It"
All Ages / GA $20
Fri. Sept 24 Maven Productions & Boulder Pride Present
8:00 pm Kate Clinton:  "Lady Ha-Ha Tour"
AA / GA $30 / Reserved $36 / Gold Circle $48
Fri. Oct 1 Westword & KUVO Present
9:00 pm Les Nubians
18+ / GA $17.50 adv / GA $20 dos
Sat. Oct 2 Ch 93.3 & Colorado Daily Present
8:00 pm Blue October
AA / GA $37

Wed. Oct 5 An Evening With Richard Thompson Band
8:00 pm AA / GA $30 / Reserved $36.50
Wed. Oct 6 Poor Boyz Triple Threat Tour, Revolver!
8:00 pm AA / GA $12.50 adv / GA $16.50 dos
Sat. Oct 9
Denver A. V. Club & Radio 1190' Best Medicine Present
8:00 pm Upright Citizen's Brigade Touring Company
AA / GA $18.50 / Reserved $26
Sat. Oct 25 Ch. 97.3 & Westword Present
9:00 pm Ingrid Michaelson
AA / GA $22 adv / GA $26 dos
Tues Oct 26 KUNC & NPR Present
7:30 pm Early Show:  David Sedaris
AA / GA $46 adv (8/6 - 9/1) / GA $51 (starting 9/1) / Reserved $56.50 / Gold Circle $66.50
Tues. Oct 26 Colorado Daily & Radio 1190 Present
10:00 pm Dr. Dog
w/ Here We Go Magic
AA / GA $22.50 adv / GA $26 dos

Wed Oct 27 Gogol Bordello
9:00 pm AA / GA $30 adv / GA $35 dos

Thurs Oct 28 Gogol Bordello
9:00 pm AA / GA $30 adv / GA $35 dos

Fri Oct 29 DeVotchka
9:00 pm AA / GA $34.50

Sat. Oct 30 DeVotchka
9:00 pm AA / GA $34.50
Sun Oct 31 KGNU & Marquee Magazine Present
8:00 pm Hot Rize
w/ Red Knuckles & The Trailblazers
AA / GA $32.50 / Reserved $40
Wed. Nov 3 Omara Portuondo (of Bueno Vista Social Club)
7:00 pm 80th Birthday Celebration
AA / GA $41
Thurs Nov 4 AEG Live Presents
8:00 pm Bob Saget
18+ / GA $51 / Reserved $58

Fri. Nov 5 Playing For Change Band
8:00 pm AA / GA $30 / Reserved $35 / Gold Circle $45

Mon Nov 8 Polanski Shorts w/ Sza/Za

Sat. Dec 4 KUVO Presents
8:00 pm John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension
AA / GA $41 / Reserved $51.50 / Gold Circle $61.50
On Sale - 08.13.10

Upcoming Boulder Theater Shows - August 2nd

Here's what The Boulder Theater has coming up at The Boulder Theater as of Aug. 2nd. All shows are ON SALE NOW unless otherwise noted. New shows and additions are noted in bold.
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Wed Aug 4                 Sodajerk presents
7:30                                        Underoath
Between the Buried & Me, Bless the Fall, To Speak of Wolves
All Ages / $26.00 ADV / $29.00 DOS

Thurs Aug 5                          KUVO & Boulder Weekly present
8:30                                        Chuchito Valdes: Afro-Cuban Experience
21+ / $30.00 Reserved / $24.00 GA

Sat Aug 7                              KGNU & Westword present
8:00 An Evening with
Sierra Leone's Refugee All Stars
All Ages/GA / $24.50

Sat Aug 7                              Euphonic Conceptions presents
11:00                                      Official Pretty Lights After Show
Sexy Time, Michal Menert & Blockhead
All Ages / GA / $30.50

Tues Aug 10                         Boulder Weekly Films  & Radio 1190's Basementalism present
8:00                                        "Exit Through the Gift Shop"
All Ages / GA/ $12.00

Wed Aug 11                          Social Distortion
8:00                                        GA / All Ages / $41.00
SOLD OUT

Thurs Aug 12        97.3 KBCO
6:00                                        e-Town
Ray Lamontagne & the Pariah Dogs
JJ Grey & Mofro
All Ages / GA / $24.00
SOLD OUT

Fri Aug 13                             Celebrating the Return!
3pm / 6pm                            Movie ("Brilliant Moon") and Lifelong Empowerment
All Ages
Movie: GA / $15
LLE: Reserved: $41 / $51 - Reserved Balcony: $24

Wed. Aug 18
8:00 Shambhala Center presents
Movie:  Tulku

AA/GA/$10.50

Fri Aug 20                             Channel 93.3 & Boulder Weekly present
9:00                                        Reverend Horton Heat
21+ /GA / $19.50 adv / $25.00 DOS

Wed Aug 25                          The Onion & Radio 1190's Best Medicine present
8:00                                        Charlie Murphy & Friends
18+ / Reserved: $38.50 / GA: 30.00
Fri. Aug. 27
9:00 The Portal
All Ages
On Sale Aug. 6th

Sat Aug 28                            HealthLinks Foundation presents
6:00                                        Cabaret for a Cause
21+/  GA / $60.00

Thurs Sept 9                         STS9
9:00                                        GA / $42.00 / All Ages
All tickets are part of Red Rocks package and available through STS9 store
SOLD OUT

Fri Sept 10                            KUVO & Boulder Weekly present
8:00                                        Tab Benoit
21+ / GA / $24.50

Thurs Sept 16       Windstopper & the North Face present
6:00 / 8:30                             5th Annual Reel Rock Film Tour, World Premier
All Ages / GA/ $18.50

Fri Sept 17                 Daily Camera & Colorado Daily present
8:00                             Leon Russell
21+ / Reserved : $41.00 / GA: $30.00

Sat Sept 18                           Helly Hansen presents
7:00 / 9:30 (21+)  MSP's "The Way I See It"
GA/ $20.00

Fri Sept 24                            Maven Productions & Boulder Pride present
8:00                                        Kate Cinton: "Lady Ha-Ha Tour"
All Ages / GA: $30.00 / Reserved: $36.00 / Gold Circle: $48.00

Fri  Oct 1                                KUVO & Westword present
9:00                                        Les Nubians
18+ / GA / $17.50 adv / $20.00 DOS

Sat Oct 2 Channel. 93.3 & Colorado Daily present
8:00 Blue October
All Ages/ GA / $37.00
Wed. Oct. 6
8:00 Poor Boys Triple Threat Tour Revolver!
AA / GA adv:  $12.50 / GA dos:  $16.50

Sat Oct 9                     Upright Citizen's Brigade Touring Company
8:00                             All Ages / Reserved : $26.00 / GA: $18.50
On sale July 30
Sat. Oct. 25 Ch. 97.3 KBCO and Westword present
9:00 Ingrid Michaelson
AA / GA adv:  $22.00 / GA dos:  $26.00
On Sale Aug. 6

Tues Oct 26                David Sedaris - EARLY SHOW
7:30                             All Ages / Gold Circle: $66.50 / Reserved: $56.50 / GA Advanced: $46.00 (8/6 to 9/1)/ GA: $51.00 (starting 9/1)
On sale Sept 1

Tues Oct 26                          Colorado Daily & Radio 1190 present
10:00                                      Dr. Dog/Late Show
w/special guest
All Ages / GA / $22.50 adv / $26.00 DOS

Sun Oct 31                            KGNU & Marquee Magazine present
8:00                                        Hot Rize
Red Knuckles & the Trailblazers
All Ages / Reserved: $40.00 / GA: $32.50

Wed Nov 3                Omara Portuondo (of Buena Vista Social Club)/  80th Birthday Celebration
7:00                             All Ages / GA / $41.00

Thurs Nov 4                          AEG Live presents
8:00                                        Bob Saget
18+ / GA: $51.00 / Reserved: $56.00
Sat Dec. 4
8:00pm John McLaughlin and the 4th Dimension
AA/ Gold Cir:  $61.50/ Reserved:  $51.50/ GA:  $41.00

ON SALE - 08.13.10