Just one month after their epic two-night run with Umphrey’s McGee at the beautiful Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO – which included an unforgettable cover of Blind Melon’s “No Rain” during a torrential storm – moe. has announced that they will be returning to the Denver area for another two-night run at the Ogden Theatre on Friday, October 20th – Saturday, October 21st.
PARLIAMENT FUNKADELIC FEAT. GEORGE CLINTON with GEORGE PORTER JR. live at Ogden Theatre on Wednesday August 2, 2023
George Clinton is an American treasure. As one of the foremost innovators of Funk, Clinton is the mastermind behind the legendary Parliament/Funkadelic, creating a uniquely identifiable and timeless art that has lifted Funk from what was once considered a simple style to an internationally recognized and respected musical genre. His incredible ingenuity has earned George Clinton and Parliament/Funkadelic their rightful place in music history: an induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and recipients of the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award.
Athens, Georgia's Futurebirds have announced their 4th annual "Black Diamond Tour", presented by Teton Gravity Research, which sees the band visit towns across Colorado and Wyoming, ending this year at Rendezvous Festival in Jackson Hole with The Revivalists, ZZ Ward, Ryan Bingham, The Texas Gentlemen, Elle King, Dumpstaphunk, and Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
The band will kick things off at The Ogden Theatre on Feb 4th with fellow collaborator and My Morning Jacket guitar whiz Carl Broemel as Special Guest.
For fans of the jam, the end of the year represents some of the best opportunities for the live music experience. Whether it be Phish, The String Cheese Incident, Widespread Panic or any host of improvisational groups with their multi-night events, ticket holders salivate at the possibilities of seeing shows night after night as well as the crown jewel of ear and eye candy that is December 31st.
With her spellbinding voice and time-bending sensibilities, Sierra Ferrell makes music that's as fantastically vagabond as the artist herself. Growing up in small-town West Virginia, the singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist left home in her early 20s to journey across the country with a troupe of nomadic musicians, playing everywhere from truck stops to alleyways to freight-train boxcars speeding down the railroad tracks.
The Ogden Theatre is a 1600 capacity venue in the Capitol Hill district of Denver and although its surroundings leave much to be desired, the place still brings out the magic for those who enter its historic doors. Originally opened in 1917, it got it start as did many theaters of that era as a movie house and a locale for vaudeville performances. Cinema was its main draw for decades until its almost unfortunate end in the early 90’s, when it was slotted to be demolished.
Returning to the stripped-back, string band sound of their busking years, Lost Dog Street Band’s new album Glory is a searing testament to recovery, redemption and resolve. Fronted by songwriter Benjamin Tod and his wife, fiddler Ashley Mae, the DIY band began out of desperation on the sidewalks of Nashville roughly a decade ago, but now sustains a significant national audience that’s drawn to their authentic songwriting, old-time instrumentation, and hard-won independence.