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Soft rock guitarist and singer John mayer, whose new album “Sob Rock” shamelessly invokes the sonic tropes and neon schmaltz of contemporary adult hits of the 1980s, will make headlines Ball arena in one of the biggest concerts in the hall in 2022. Tickets for the show on March 27, 2022 are on sale. ($ 79.50 to $ 304, ticketmaster.com)
Denver’s Favorite Comic Book and International Tour Kathleen madigan returns with a show at Supreme theater on February 19 to record his latest live-action special – following a trend of other series of national comic book recordings at venues such as Comedy Works downtown and Englewood’s Gothic Theater. Tickets for the 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Madigan sets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, August 20. ($ 39.50 to $ 69.50, ticketmaster.com)
Also funny: life sentence and former member of the “SNL” cast Colin Quinn is at Vilar Center for the Performing Arts in Beaver Creek on Tuesday August 26 ($ 55, vilarpac.org/colin-quinn); and australian comic Daniel sloss this week announced its Hubris tour of 28 cities, including a show at the Primordial November 16 (fares not available, ticketmaster.com).
Dynamo garage glam Ty Segall and Freedom Band will make the front page of RiNo Mission ballroom July 3, 2022, with tickets for the 16 and over show on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, August 20. ($ 35- $ 60, axs.com)
Canadian and polarizing indie artist with gaping teeth Mac DeMarco also play Mission ballroom October 26. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, August 20. ($ 45- $ 80, axs.com)
What else new at Mission ballroom this week? Try a New Zealand producer Opiuo, with a set covering his work between 2009 and 2014, and openers 1788-L, Esseks and Brussels (Oct. 9, $ 19.50 to $ 59.50), and King Sullivan with Layz (February 11, 2022, $ 25- $ 55). Both shows are aimed at ages 16 and over and go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, August 20. (axs.com)
Dark and blurry psychedelic group Black angels, originally from Austin, Texas, returns to Ogden Theater with a concert for 16 years old and over on November 4 with the opening The witch. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, August 20. ($ 30 to $ 75, axs.com)
Unmissable Californian songwriter Bret dennen – who is 6ft 5in tall, with unruly orange hair – brings his See the World tour to the Boulder Theater November 18. Tickets for the concert for all ages go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, August 20. ($ 25- $ 30, bouldertheater.com)
Glitchy dubstep provider Death Svdden will return to the title Amphitheater of the Red Rocks on October 24 as part of his Valley of Death tour. End-of-season show tickets for all ages go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, August 20. ($ 29 to $ 69, axs.com)
A handful of performers this week have changed their fall 2021 shows this week – although promoter AEG Presents Rocky Mountains has not clarified why. 070 Shake, announced in June and scheduled for October 7 at the Ogden Theater, will now move to May 28, 2022, “due to unforeseen circumstances,” according to the group.
The trip – in this case two days – is also Samantha fish, of which Ogden Theater date is just over a month old. She is moving her concert there from September 26 to September 24, so if you already have tickets, make sure you don’t miss it. Refunds for this and any displaced shows are available at the point of purchase, possibly axs.com.
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