Colorado’s very own explosive progressive rock outfit Eminence Ensemble has announced two special Halloween shows at Denver’s Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom with special guest, keyboardist Todd Stoops.
In true Eminence Ensemble fashion, each show set list will be carefully curated fusing elements of rock, jazz, electronic, metal, funk, and hip-hop to create an intricate, psychedelic experience for the holiday celebration.
The band, comprised of Zac Flynn, Justin Neely, Nick Baum, Tanner Bardin, and Dylan Gleit, will play two high-energy, socially-distanced shows to celebrate All Hallows Eve on Saturday, October 31st. Eminence Ensemble will kick off the evening with an early show at 6:30 p.m. followed by a late show at 9:15 p.m. and fans are encouraged to dress in costume for the occasion. Respecting the current state guidelines for indoor shows, guests will be seated at reserved tables and attendance will be capped at 46 people, helping to ensure a safely-distanced environment.
“Our Halloween shows are always a heater since it’s my birthday,” says Bardin. “We’re gonna rock the f*** out and get weird with the fans for one of our favorite holidays.”
Tickets for Eminence Ensemble’s Halloween shows go on sale today, October 6th at 10 a.m. MT.