Note: All shows are subject to postponement or cancellation due to COVID-19 mandate and change of venue rules. Prices do not include service charges. Please contact event organizers for updated information and the status of Colorado’s guidance at covid19.colorado.gov.
Brucefest: The Definitive Bruce Campbell Film Festival Estes is the latest horror-themed event to take over the park Stanley Hotel, the inspiration for Stephen King’s “The Shining”. festival celebrates cult icon Bruce Campbell They are shown in person with screening. There is an “with the clock” series where Campbell answers questions about the Evil Dead series to viewers, accompanied by photo ops, a horror-movie exhibit, Ghostly Scavenger Hunt, contests, and valuable upgrades for super-fans.
And, of course, continued exposure to Campbell movies like “Bubba Ho-Tape,” “My Name is Bruce” and the aforementioned Evil Dead series. Tickets for the November 12-14 event are on sale at various levels: $300 for “base level” events and screenings; $450 for that and “Favorite Access” (more features); And $600 for everything plus cocktails and dinner with Campbell’s. (stanleyhotel.com or axs.com)
dead end company A couple of surprising, late-season shows were added this week Red Rocks Amphitheater. October 19 and 20 concerts featuring Mickey Hart, Bill Kretzmann, John Mayer and Bob Weir with Otil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti, just before the band’s first announced two shows at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater, Greenwood Village, October 22–23 come. Tickets for the new, vintage show are on sale at noon on September 24th. ($100-$199.50, axs.com)
in addtion Stanley Hotel: Stanley’s annual, Dear String shows murder by death Running at the Estes Park Hotel and Venue continues from January 21-23, 2022. Tickets are on sale. The Weekend Pass and the January 23 show are sold out; The other is $60 per concert. (murderbydeath.com)
of Colorado String Cheese Incident, which this year has seen COVID crises on and off stage that forced it to cancel shows, returns with Rino’s Thanksgiving weekend Mission Ballroom. Tickets for the 16-and-Up Show on November 24, 26 and 27 are on sale Friday, September 17 at 10 a.m. General admission is $60, while VIP tickets are $89.50 and three-day passes are $179.85. (axs.com)
christian rapper turn and his Miscellaneous Cities (Yeah, They’re Actually Racially Diverse) The band’s title would be ball arena On March 3, 2022, the promoters announced this week, with the opening set from Crowder, Cain, Cochrane & Co., And Terrion. Tickets for the show, part of the Hits Deep Tour, are on sale Thursday, September 23 at 10 a.m. (Prices not available as of press time, Ticketmaster.com)
Lacuna: Tom Hamilton and Holly Bowling will give title Boulder Theater For “an intimate evening of improvisation” on December 17th. Tickets for concerts of all ages are on sale. ($25-$30, bouldertheater.com)
melodic indie act snail mail East Colfax Avenue Swings Ogden Theater For the 16-and-Up show on April 17, 2022. Tickets are on sale Friday, September 17th at 10am. ($27-$75, axs.com)
rockabilly legend Reverend Horton Heat Going strong with December 16 show announced for Englewood gothic theater This week. Tickets for the 16-and-Up concert are on sale. ($9-$30, axs.com)
of boulder Fox Theater Announced a show from this week morsel (December 17, $15-$18) and Boregard + V Banjo 3 (December 3, $22-$25). Both shows for all ages are on sale Friday, September 17th at 10am. (foxtheatre.com)
papadosio’s Here Comes the “Microdocio” Tour Featuring Artists Performing Virtual Reality Displays, Live Painters and More Mission Ballroom on 3 December. Tickets for the 16-and-up extravaganza are on sale Friday, September 17th at 10 a.m. ($30-$35, axs.com)
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