The 15th Annual Last Waltz - Revisited will showcase members of Polytoxic together with 50+ musicians from across Colorado; this show has become an annual tradition, bringing the community together to kick-off the holiday season. The musicians will perform the music of The Band and will celebrate the 43rd Anniversary of The Band’s historical performance, The Last Waltz. To celebrate the last 15 years of our performance, we have added special guests and additional songs from years past as well.
Beatles vs. Stones - A Musical Showdown, performing Wednesday, January 23 at the Boulder Theater, is offering complimentary tickets to federal employees impacted by the government shutdown. The show starts at 8:00 pm.
Federal employees are limited to two complimentary tickets per person and must show a valid government ID. This offer is based on availability and tickets may be obtained at the box office on the day of show only. The offer is valid if the government shutdown is still in place on the day of the show.
The Rock and Roll Playhouse, a family concert series hosted at Brooklyn Bowl, The Capitol Theatre, Industry City, Ardmore Music Hall, The Sinclair, Boulder Theater, and Thalia Music Hall, allows kids to “move, play and sing while listening to works from the classic-rock canon” (NY Times). Using the songs created by the most iconic musicians in rock history, The Rock and Roll Playhouse offers its core audience of babies and kids games, movement, and stories and an opportunity to rock out.
Dead Floyd is a celebration of the music of two of rock and roll’s greatest bands, The Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd, mashed together into one high-energy, unpredictable show. Drawing from both extensive catalogs of music, the Dead Floyd performances include early rarities to modern classics and everything in between.
South Africa’s Ladysmith Black Mambazo was founded in the early 1960s by Joseph Shabalala, then a teenage farm boy living on the lands just outside the small town of Ladysmith, in the province of kwaZulu Natal, halfway between Johannesburg and Durban. Joseph used his hometown’s name to honor his family’s history. Joseph added to his group’s name the word Black in reference to the black oxen, the strongest of all farm animals.