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Fresh off of recent visits to Red Rocks to support The Wood Brothers, and to Nashville for a packed showcase at Americanafest, Fruition continues to roll out new tour dates to close out 2019. The band has added dates in California, Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas to previously announced headline shows and festivals in Georgia, Tennessee, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oregon and Washington.

Joe Russo’s Almost Dead took over Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre last Thursday, August 29th, igniting a monumental weekend of music throughout the Greater Denver Area. Attendees began their night socializing and connecting to fellow Deadheads in the lots, as others had their finger up looking for their miracles for this legendary sold-out show at Red Rocks.

Dark Star Orchestra is coming to Colorado to perform two sold-out shows at the Boulder Theater, on September 6th and 7th, followed by their annual show at Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre on September 8th.

As Dark Star Orchestra steadily marches towards 3000 shows performed, continuing the celebration of the music of the Grateful Dead since 1997, today the band announces its New Year’s Eve run along with a dozen and a half additional dates tacked on to the Fall Tour.

Joe Bonamassa wrapped up his 14-date U.S. Summer 2019 tour on a high note for Mile High City fans.

Flume took the stage at 9:45 p.m., igniting with hard-hitting electronic waves as he whipped out a pink can of spray paint, spelling out “Hi this is Flume” holding it up the screaming crowd. A melodic beat came on, as Flume welcomed collaborator slowthai onstage in his underwear for a electronic-hip hop collaboration off his newest mixtape release, Hi This Is Flume (Mixtape).

photo credit: Derek Hudson


Morrison, CO

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