Tuesday, February 28, 2017

E-40, Modest Mouse, John Mayer and Depeche Mode top new Colorado show announcements

Posted By on Tue, Feb 28, 2017 at 3:58 PM

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So who else out there remembers hyphy, that short-lived but much-loved '90s sub-genre that had Bay Area hip-hop fans ghost-riding the whip with their stunna shades on?

If you were among them, you’ll want to have your credit card handy this Friday morning when tickets for E-40’s Denver date go on sale. The purveyor of “Tell Me When To Go” and other hyphy hit will be performing May 9 at Summit Music Hall.

Meanwhile, here's this week’s full list of new show announcements and on-sale dates:

On sale Friday, March 3

• E-40,
Summit Music Hall, Denver, May 9
• Modest Mouse, Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, June 6
• At the Drive In, Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, June 15
• All Time Low, Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, July 14

On sale Saturday, March 4
• John Mayer,
Pepsi Center, Denver, July 19

On sale Friday, March 10
• Depeche Mode,
Pepsi Center, Denver, Aug. 25
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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Rakim, Pixies and Midnight Oil top latest show announcements

Posted By on Tue, Feb 21, 2017 at 8:43 AM

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This week is a big one for fans of Chris Stapleton and Incubus. Actually, let’s make that “Chris Stapleton or Incubus,” since that’s one Venn diagram without much overlap. Tickets for both artists' Red Rocks shows go on sale this coming Friday, along with Denver dates by Pixies and a reunited Midnight Oil.

Closer to home, the biggest news is that Rakim — the god-like emcee who teamed up with producer Eric B. for “Paid in Full” and other groundbreaking hip-hop masterpieces — will be playing the Black Sheep on March 16. Those tickets are already on sale, so don't sleep on that one.

Meanwhile, here's this week’s full list of new show announcements:

On sale Friday, Feb. 24

Cowboy Mouth, Summit Music Hall, Denver, April 15
• The Slackers, Marquis Theater, Denver, May 2 & 3
• Balance and Composure, Black Sheep, May 3
• Everclear, Summit Music Hall, Denver, May 20
• Midnight Oil, Paramount Theatre, Denver, May 23
• Chris Stapleton, Red Rocks, Morrison, May 23
• Incubus, Red Rocks, Morrison, Oct. 3
• Pixies, Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, Oct. 18

On sale now

• Dan Deacon,
Marquis Theater, Denver, March 9
• Rakim, Black Sheep, March 16
• Adelita’s Way, Black Sheep, April 6
• Wovenhand, Marquis Theater, Denver, April 28

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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Sturgill Simpson at Red Rocks, Descendents, Metallica, and more Colorado show announcements

Posted By on Wed, Feb 15, 2017 at 4:10 PM

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Hopefully, all of you Little Monsters have already saved up enough allowance money to pounce on tickets for Lady Gaga's Dec. 12 Pepsi Center appearance. According to promoter Live Nation, all of the “Joanne World Tour” dates that went on sale last week sold out immediately, so expect her Denver show to do the same this coming Monday, February 21.

And now that you’ve been properly warned, here’s this week’s full list of new show announcements:

On sale Thursday, Feb. 16
• Sturgill Simpson,
Red Rocks, Morrison Sept. 25

On sale Friday, Feb. 17
• Metallica,
Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Denver, June 7
• Jack Johnson, Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre, Denver, July 14
• Blondie w/ Garbage, Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre, Denver July 16
• Descendents, Fillmore Auditorium, Denver, July 22

On sale Monday, Feb 20
• Lady Gaga,
Pepsi Center, Denver, Dec. 12


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Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Lady Gaga, Muse, and Rise Against on sale soon

Posted By on Wed, Feb 8, 2017 at 8:56 AM


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Following her high-energy Super Bowl performance, pop icon Lady Gaga surprised Colorado fans with the morning-after announcement of a show at Denver’s Pepsi Center. Granted, it’s ten months away, but given the enthusiasm of her fan-base, tickets are likely to sell out quickly once they go on sale Feb. 20.

In other new concert announcements, Rise Against and Deftones have also announced a Pepsi Center date, for which they’ll be co-headlining, while the Black Sheep will be putting three new shows on sale this coming Friday.

And with that, here’s this week’s full list of new show announcements:

ON SALE FRIDAY, FEB. 10

Frank Iero and the Patience, Marquis Theater, May 4

As It Is, Black Sheep, May 6

Me First & The Gimme Gimmes, Summit Music Hall, May 7

The Dear Hunter, Black Sheep, May 21

Suffocation, Black Sheep, June 9

Rise Against, Deftones, Pepsi Center, June 30

Muse, Red Rocks, Sept. 18

ON SALE MONDAY, FEB. 20

• Lady Gaga,
Pepsi Center, Dec. 12

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Monday, February 6, 2017

Lady Gaga announces Pepsi Center show

Posted By on Mon, Feb 6, 2017 at 1:06 PM


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Despite Alex Jones’s dire predictions, Satanic symbolism was conspicuously absent from Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl performance. But there’s still hope for Gaga's fans and detractors here in Colorado: Concert promoters Live Nation has just announced that the artist will be headlining the Pepsi Convention Center on December 12.

Tickets for the show go on sale Monday, Feb. 20, and Gaga’s legion of fans —or, as she likes to call them, Little Monsters — should prepare for the fact that there’s a limit of eight tickets per transaction on all first-day sales. And with 150 million singles sold, chances are that the show won't take more than a day to sell out.

Will Gaga jump off the roof of the Pepsi Center, or be watched over by a horde of red-white-and-blue drones, or reprise any of her other Super Bowl stunts? Who knows?

But in the meantime, we have these videos of Gaga's half time performance as well as Jones’ unhinged tirade, both of which are too entertaining not to ignore.



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