BD and “Daily Show” correspondent Ronny Chieng crosses Colorado on its way to become a household name. In addition to a role in the September 3 Marvel film, “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings,” Chieng’s recent Netflix special proved to be a comedic gift to American audiences (“The Comedian Asian is destroying America! “). Chieng plays the Boulder Theater September 24 and Denver Newman Center for the Performing Arts September 25th as part of her “Hope You Get Rich” tour. Tickets are on sale. ($ 29.50 to $ 39.50, bouldertheater.com and newmantix.com)
Also in the comedy – and, incidentally, on one of the same dates – is a second show from the revolutionary sitcom veteran and Denver frontrunner. Georges lopez, whose 7 p.m. show is almost sold out. New show passes for all ages from 9:30 p.m. downtown Supreme theater are on sale at 10 a.m. on August 6 ($ 41 to $ 81, ticketmaster.com)
A warning for Summer jam KS-107.5 ticket holders: The event from September 4 to Green Fiddler Amphitheater was canceled after headlining DaBaby made homophobic remarks at a concert last week – which also got him excluded from several other concerts and festivals. Refunds are available at the point of purchase, possibly at axs.com.
Titan soul-funk Boombox, featuring the Brass Backbeat, play a New Years Eve race at the Ogden Theater 31 Dec-Jan 1, with an opening that has yet to be announced on the first night, and Gene Farris supporting the January 1 concert. Tickets for the 16 and over concert go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday August 6. ($ 26 to $ 30, axs.com)
Indie hero My morning jacket, known for its marathon shows, will perform RiNo’s Mission ballroom as part of a run scheduled for New Years Eve in Denver, December 29-31. Tickets for concerts for ages 16 and over go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday August 6. ($ 68.20, axs.com)
A few weeks before New Years Eve, groups ready to party Turkuaz and Karl Denson’s little universe – the latter is a frequent visitor to Halloween shows – will be co-title Mission ballroom for a concert from 16 years old. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday August 6. ($ 30 to $ 35, axs.com)
Also in indie-twang, Herd of horses has a new album and a tour (“Been a Minute”) which brings him to Mission ballroom November 4, with tickets for the 16 and over show on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday August 6. ($ 38.50 to $ 75, axs.com)
Influential avant-garde group The residents presents its 50th anniversary âDog Stab! Â»Visit of the Bluebird Theater August 24, with a selection of songs that alternate between the 1978 album “Duck Stab / Buster & Glen” and the mysterious quartet’s 2020 double album, “It’s Metal, Meat and Bone: The Songs of Dyin ‘Dog” . Tickets are on sale. ($ 35 to $ 45, axs.com)
The annual show (well, not last year, anyway) of the Beatles tribute group 1964 The Tribute is set to return to Amphitheater of the Red Rocks on August 19, a portion of ticket sales benefiting PBS12, formerly known as Colorado Public Televsion. Tickets are on sale. ($ 45 to $ 55, axs.com)
Ukulele Maestro Jake shimabukuro doesn’t need to be introduced to Denver, where he has developed a fan base with his tender, skilled playing and writing. He returns with a show at Boulder Theater December 14 nicknamed “Christmas in Hawaii”. Tickets for the holiday game for all ages go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, August 6. ($ 35- $ 45, bouldertheater.com)
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