Kings of Prussia Boulder Theater Show Postponed until April 22nd

Article Contributed by Boulder Theater | Published on Saturday, January 16, 2021

Out of an abundance of caution, we must postpone the Kings of Prussia performance on February 4th, 2021 at the Boulder Theater to the following date: April 22nd, 2021. All existing tickets will be honored. If you're unable to attend due to the new date, refunds will be available for the next 30 days at point of purchase. Thank you for understanding.

Kings of Prussia was formed in Summer 2018 by guitarist Jason Barnes and drummer Sam Bagjot, later adding keyboardist Jack Marty (Sqwerv) and bassist Zach Soczka (Amoramora) in 2019. Avid Phish fans since their own eye-opening concert experiences at Phish shows years prior, the four of them knew their passion and knowledge of the band needed to be shared.

Since assuming their final lineup in mid 2019, Kings of Prussia has performed regularly in the Denver/Boulder Area. Notable performances include Phish 4 Kids with the Rock and Roll Playhouse at the Aggie Theater in Fort Collins and the Bluebird Theater in Denver, as well as several stints at Your Mom's House. Pre-COVID, Kings of Prussia also had a semi-weekly residency at Denver Grateful Dead bar, Be on Key Psychedelic Ripple.

Kings of Prussia's purpose encompasses several goals:

1.) To be as authentic as possible as a Phish Tribute Band.

2.) To capture and combine the greatest aspects of all eras of Phish, including:

a.) The high-intensity, high tension guitar pyrotechnics of the early 90s.

b.) The longform, creative jamming and technical precision of the mid 90s.

c.) The funk grooves of 1997-1998.

d.) The ambient stylings of 1999-2000.

e.) The democratic, collective jamming style of the 3.0 era and massive songbook.

3.) To recreate all of Phish's greatest novelty performances, including dances, trampoline jumping, vacuum solos, vocal jams, and acapella renditions.

4.) To recreate the visual stage setup used by Phish, involving a multifaceted lighting rig operated by our own lighting director - Michael Voecks, who is familiar with the work of Phish Lighting Designer Chris Kuroda.

5.) To use the most authentic gear possible to recreate the incredible tone of instruments used by Phish.

All Phish fans know that indescribable feeling that they've experienced at Phish shows. Kings of Prussia constantly strives to recreate that feeling. Can you still have fun?!





Thursday, April 22, 2021

Doors: 7:00 pm | Show: 8:00 pm

Tickets on sale now HERE

$50 Seated Reserved Tickets plus applicable service fees

21+ Event