Rascal Flatts, STS9, Bauhaus, Korn and more upcoming Colorado concerts

Country-pop crossover royalty Rascal Flatts will Draw its Life Is a Highway Tour to Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Oct. 7, Using opener King Calaway. Tickets for the farewell tour, as it’s being sold, are on sale in 10 a.m. Feb. 21. ($39.25-$109.25, axs.com) Having tucked plenty of sold-out runs in Red Rocks Amphitheatre under its
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Megadeth, Wynonna, Dermot Kennedy, Glass Animals and more concerts coming to Denver

Metal lifers Megadeth along with the slightly-younger (formed in 1994, anyway) Lamb of God are co-headlining that the Pepsi Center on Nov. 5 within a 2020 joint venture, with openers Trivium and In Flames. Tickets are on sale in 10 a.m. Feb. 14. ($39.50-$99.50, altitudetickets.com) Chris Stapleton has added a Pepsi Center series for his All American Road
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Boz Scaggs, Zeds Dead, Kaleo, Yo-Yo Ma and more are coming to Denver

Boz Scaggs and his renowned pipes will serenade buffs in Grand Junction (June 11 at the Amphitheatre at Las Colonias Park) and Colorado Springs (June 13 at Pikes Peak Center) that summer, with tickets for the latter on sale at 10 a.m. Feb. 7. ($40-$90, axs.com) Zeds Dead, an electronic act that takes over Red Rocks,
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Just Announced – Pearl Jam, RUFUS DÜ SOL, Matchbox 20 and More Headed to Denver

It s a couple of weeks into 2020, but in terms of concerts, things are looking great. Today, a lot of shows — which range from Red Rocks into the Pepsi Center — will be on the books, and will surely be hitting for your pockets. First and foremost, ’90s personalities, Pearl Jam, fresh off
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Pearl Jam, String Cheese Incident, Matchbox Twenty announce Denver shows

The earnest iconoclasts in Pearl Jam, who helped popularize the stone takeover of radio in the early 1990s, will headline the Pepsi Center on April 9 as part of the North American tour for brand new album “Gigaton,” outside March 27. Tickets are available at 10 a.m. Jan. 24. ($107.50, altitudetickets.com) Colorado-based jam titan The String Cheese
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The biggest concerts coming to Denver in 2020: Billie Eilish, Justin Bieber, Mötley Crüe and more

Denver is guaranteed a certain quantity of large concerts each year, given rsquo & town;s geographical importance in. In other words: If you’re playing this region of the country is essential to recouping your travel expenses. However, Colorado’s reputation as an all-purpose stellar economy — by multi-night runs along the Front Range to coveted “boutique
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Jim Gaffigan adds another show, Tech N9ne rolls through and more tickets on sale

Comedian Jim Gaffigan Included a fourth show at the Buell Theatre for The Pale Tourist Tour. The new show is going to be at 9:30 on Saturday, April 18. Gaffigan sold his two out Friday shows and nearly sold out a series before on Saturday. Tickets are $50-$80 and can be purchased on AXS. Rapper Tech
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The best New Year’s Eve 2019 live music to see in Denver and beyond

While end-of-year celebrations have a tendency to burst on Dec. 31, audio fans understand today leading up New Year’s Eve are just as successful. Here are some of the best, multi-night music runs around (and forth ) New Year’s Eve from the Denver metro area and beyond. Shows are 21 and up unless otherwise noticed.
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Tame Impala will return Denver — to a much larger venue — after its last two sold-out Mission Ballroom shows

Australian psych-pop act Tame Impala sent ripples through the Denver concert scene earlier this year with a ticketing controversy that left many fans feeling burned — and promoter AEG Presents Rocky Mountains canceling purchases following allegations of fraud. Now the band, led by Kevin Parker, is returning to satisfy demand at a sports arena that’s
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Just Announced – Tame Impala Is Bringing The Slow Rush to the Pepsi Center

Kevin Parker’s Psych-rock outfit, Tame Impala is returning to Denver far sooner than expected. Heading to the Pepsi Center on July 30, Tame Impala alongside Perfume Genius will return to the Mile High City in support of their forthcoming new album, The Slow Rush. The Australian band sold out two consecutive nights at the brand new
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