Article Contributed by 11E1even Management | Published on Tuesday, July 9, 2024

Today, the Kitchen Dwellers & Daniel Donato’s Cosmic Country announced they will join forces for a 3-night run in Denver, CO on November 14-16, 2024. The pairing will begin the weekend with two intimate evenings on Thursday and Friday at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom before Saturday’s finale at The Mission Ballroom that will also feature an opening set by locals, The Fretliners.

Denver is in for a treat as each of these groups bring their own unique twist to their respective genres. Both Kitchen Dwellers and Daniel Donato are self described with otherworldly themes to their sounds. Dwellers’ original “Galaxy Grass” combines a feeling of celestial space in harmony with classic bluegrass while Donato’s “Cosmic Country” brings a new take on American music heritage. These dates come highly anticipated with Kitchen Dwellers’ most recent play in the market featuring a pair of sold out shows at The Ogden Theatre, and Daniel Donato’s two sold out nights at Cervantes followed by an appearance at Red Rocks Amphitheater supporting Umphrey's McGee earlier this summer. This will be each act’s largest headline appearance in Colorado to date.

A presale signup period is open now before tomorrow’s artist presale at 10:00AM MT. All tickets will be on sale to the public this Friday, July 12 at 10:00AM MT. Tickets for 11/14-15 at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom will only be available as part of a three-night package.

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About Kitchen Dwellers:

Kitchen Dwellers twist bluegrass, folk, and rock through a kaleidoscope of homegrown stories, rich mythology, American west wanderlust, and psychedelic hues. The Montana quartet—Shawn Swain [Mandolin], Torrin Daniels [banjo], Joe Funk [upright bass], and Max Davies [acoustic guitar]—have captivated audiences at hallowed venues such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre and recently performed alongside acts such as Billy Strings and Goose in addition to playing festivals such as Telluride Bluegrass, Under The Big Sky, WinterWonderGrass, and more. They’ve released three critically acclaimed albums—Ghost In The Bottle [2017], Muir Maid [2019], and Wise River [2022]. After amassing 15 million-plus streams, selling out shows, and receiving acclaim from Huffington Post, Relix, American Songwriter, and more.

About Daniel Donato:

There are a lot of musical influences and sources that Daniel Donato has drawn on during his career and that inform his latest album, Reflector (Retrace Music), his first all-original album. But within those, Donato has carved out a unique and individualized spot for himself, one that speaks to the deep American music heritage that inspires him -- and that he's pushing towards the future with inspired, intentional vigor. He calls it Cosmic Country, a moniker that's both self-descriptive and a statement of purpose. It's an organic rock band aesthetic with plenty of roadhouse twang; a showcase for Donato's instrumental virtuosity and facility for melodically infectious songcraft. Bridging Nashville and the Great West, Kentucky and mid-60s northern California, tie-dye and plaid, it's a world of his own, and a wide world of musical adventure at that. The whole package of player, singer, writer and band leader was in place. Two albums in, Daniel Donato and Cosmic Country, featuring Nathan Aronowitz (keyboards/guitars/vocals), Will McGee (bass/vocals) and Will Clark (drums, percussion/vocals) are selling out venues throughout the country and bringing their brand of Cosmic Country to an ever growing, passionate fanbase.