DelFest's late night lineup which has moved to an outdoor silent disco setting.
It’s outdoor late nights, folks! Each night, the featured act will perform under the stars at the Potomac Stage without a PA. All the music will be channeled through headphones. You purchase a ticket, and exchange it that night for a set of headphones that will allow you to enjoy the show! Return your headphones at the end each night for sanitization and charging!!
Known for their exhilarating live shows and musicianship as well as their eclectic musical tastes, Leftover Salmon has been one of Colorado’s most beloved musical exports for three decades, picking up where bands like Little Feat, the Band and The Grateful Dead left off. Still inventive and keeping it fresh after three dacades, Leftover Salmon deliver a great batch of songs on Brand New Good Old Days.
Friends from Leftover Salmon, Railroad Earth, Hard Working Americans, And More Join Hands And Take Flight As The High Hawks
There’s nothing quite as freewheeling and fun as calling up a few buddies to get together and play music, creating a bond, and, if the stars align, walking away with a song or two. Now imagine if the friends were tenured professional touring musicians who’ve just never quite had the chance to all be in the same room at the same time. That’s exactly how the newly formed, feel-good Americana collective, The High Hawks, came to be.
Leftover Salmon Announces ‘Red & White, Blue Suede Shoes,’ A July 4th Celebration in Buena Vista, CO
In the first few seconds of The High Hawks’ debut single, a flurry of pulsing electric piano, kick drum, and Townshend-esque guitar strums give way to a flat out J.J. Cale groove just in time for the first line to be sung: “If we could just find a highway...might even find a way to make it home.” And thus, The High Hawks take flight. That tune, “Heroes & Highways,” is an appropriate first taste of music from the long-time-coming, feel-good Americana cooperative, naturally expressing the range of which the bands’ members can reach.
Leftover Salmon's new album, BRAND NEW GOOD OLD DAYS, is out tomorrow and marks the band's return to Compass Records. With praise from publications including Relix, American Songwriter, The Bluegrass Situation and many more to come, the album reaffirms the band’s ability to keep things fresh while remaining true to their musical heritage.