In Yo Girl’s City Tour
Tickets on sale May 5: https://www.axs.com/…/thundercat-y-in-yo-girlys-city…
Shine Music Festival at ReelWorks Denver featuring: SunSquabi, Neal Evans Fro Down, Walden, Jeffrey Marshall, Tropical Waffle, Green Chi Band, Phamaly Theatre Company, Tantok, Desacore, Dooley, Josh.0, BKellZ, KrYmsun, Rocky Mountain Guy & Joe Bye duo, Cory Simmons, Shauna Sweeney, Willy K (Slidewok), Grant Livingston & Ben Maillaro (River Spell), Wanderin Pine, Michael Bollhoefer, and Jonny Woods.
Ghostland Observatory is hitting the stage at The Mishawaka on June 14th, and we are counting down the days till the show! If you want a night of fun, crazy costumes, and funk, peep the deets below and grab your ticket.
The Mishawaka is a unique and picturesque music venue in the stunning Poudre Canyon of Bellvue, Colorado. The amphitheater has a rich history dating back to 1916 and has been a popular destination for music lovers and outdoor enthusiasts ever since. The Mish is more than a music venue; it’s an experience.
Imagine rocking out to your favorite band under the stars, surrounded by breathtaking views of the Poudre Canyon and the sound of the nearby river rushing by. And if you’re feeling adventurous, you can even dip in the river during the show!
The Mishawaka is known for its delicious food and drinks, with a menu that includes everything from gourmet burgers to craft cocktails. And if you’re lucky, you might even spot some wildlife during the show — like the resident family of mountain goats who hang out on the cliffs above the stage. Whether you’re a music lover, a nature enthusiast, or just looking for a good time, The Mishawaka is a fantastic venue.
Ghostland Observatory is an American music duo formed in Austin, Texas, in 2004, consisting of Aaron Behrens on vocals and Thomas Ross Turner on drums and synthesizer. Their music blends elements of rock, funk and electronic dance music, creating a unique and electrifying sound. They are known for their high-energy live performances, often featuring elaborate light shows and costumes.
Ghostland Observatory is a band that knows how to bring the funk to their live shows. With Aaron Behrens’ electrifying vocals and Thomas Ross Turner’s pulsating beats, this duo can get even the most stoic crowds moving and grooving. They’ve released several albums on top of touring extensively throughout the United States and internationally. They have gained a dedicated following and are considered a staple of the Austin music scene.
They are bringing their most recent record, Vultures, on tour. This album, hailed as a timeless sonic soundscape, will surely get a fun new experience to their live show.
Mishawaka has two ticket tiers, GA and the VIP Upper deck. GA is $30 for the undesignated floor space and is a first come, first serve deal. VIP seats on the upper deck have sold out.
Please also note that this venue has super limited parking. Please buy your parking passes ahead of show day to secure your spot. Otherwise, you may have to pay for parking elsewhere and take the shuttle or an Uber to the venue.
Between the fantastic band and stellar venue, this will be a banger of a show! Make sure you grab your tickets before they sell out, and we’ll see you at the Mish!
For more info about the show and to purchase tickets, head to our event page.
On February 3rd, Colorado local SoDown put on his biggest headline show to date at Mission Ballroom.
Ehren Wright, also known as SoDown, is originally from Boulder, Colorado and grew up bumping hip-hop, funk, soul, and reggae. He’s been heavily influenced by the artist Pretty Lights, like many other music lovers in the Centennial State. He then went on to play opening support for Pretty Lights at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in 2017. From there, his career started to take off.
Ehren’s distinct sound pairs uplifting saxophone with vigorous bass and vibey melodies. SoDown is also known for branching out into subcategories like SoChill, SoHeavy, and SoGroovy, which encompass the specific atmospheres Ehren aims to create. Some of his most popular tunes include “Cliffs,” “With You,” and “Alive.” In recent years, SoDown has risen to the top with album releases in 2021 and 2022. He continues to reach new heights, and his Mission Ballroom punctuated his rise in unforgettable fashion.
Josh Teed opened the night, and many fans were excited to see him! Not only did he throw down a filthy experimental bass set, but he also perfectly mixed in some live violin. Josh did a fantastic job elevating the crowd’s energy and setting the mood for the rest of the night. He was a fitting choice for opener as he perfectly blends instrumentals and bass just as SoDown does.
Evaluation was the next opener, and few knew what to expect! He nonetheless smashed it with his set. Aligning with the merging of instruments and bass, he played a deep, bass-filled set and even shredded on a guitar. He made for a great addition to the lineup, and we love that he also mixed his instrumental talents with bass!
Jaenga, the next opener, is a Colorado local and fan favorite. Known primarily for his association to the infamous Deadbeats label, his presence is powerful in the Centennial State. Jaenga switched up the energy by bringing wobbly and bouncy tunes into the mix. He engaged the crowd by playing music from artists like Dirt Monkey and Boogie T with his own spin.
kLL Bill, the B2B duo of kLL sMTH and Mr. Bill, was the last opener and they showcased a versatile set. The previous kLL Bill set in Denver took place at 1STBANK Center in August 2022, and many were excited to have them back! They delivered their usual eccentric freeform bass but also mixed in some bass house as well, which excited the crowd. Overall, they were an excellent addition to the lineup.
SoDown Set and Production
Per usual, SoDown crushed it with an amazing performance and production. This set was a perfect mix of heavy, soulful, and vibey elements with many new and unreleased singles and collabs! Along with older original songs like “Cliffs” and “Alive,” he played banging, new collabs with Inzo, TVBOO, and Ahee. SoDown also surprised the crowd with tracks that seemingly came out of nowhere, like “Blasta” by LSDREAM and Inzo, “Open Your Mind” by Big Gigantic and GRiZ, and CloZee’s remix of “Majesty” by Apashe.
The energy that SoDown brought to Mission Ballroom was undeniably through the roof, only elevated further with each saxophone solo. The production rose to the level of the music as the iconic Mission Ballroom disco ball spun and lit up all night! The evening was packed with beautiful visuals, perfectly synced lasers, and a confetti finale to close it all out. Whether it was your first time seeing SoDown or one of many, he gave it his all, and it showed through the screams of pure bliss that filled Mission Ballroom.
It was a truly uplifting experience to witness SoDown’s biggest headline show thus far with a phenomenal support lineup. It’s been a pleasure to watch him evolve as an artist and raise other emerging artists along with him! SoDown at Mission Ballroom will be a show for the books and we cannot wait to see what he and the supporting act artists have in store for the future.
Photos by Kyle Brim
Opiuo Returns to Colorado in 4 day run at The Aggie and Boulder Theater April 13-16th with Canabliss, A Hundred Drums, Krushendo, MZG, Graymattr, and Phyrphyr
Opiuo Returns to Colorado with an epic 4 day run at The Aggie in Fort Collins on April 13th and 14th and Boulder Theater in Boulder on April 15th and 16thh with Cannabliss, A Hundred Drums, Krushendo, MZG, Graymattr, and Phyrphyr presented by Party Guru Productions and The Rooster.
Opiuo has been making waves in Colorado since his absolutely legendary Red Rocks show with Sunsquabi and The Syzergy Orchestra which was a New Zealand collaboration of classical musicians that came out and played with Opiuo in an absolutely legendary flex of classical love and bass music coming together in a beautiful orchestra. He has also headlined Sonic Bloom in recent memory and is one of our favorite shows to see.
He is joined by Canabliss who has a recent EP release with WAKAAN and A Hundred Drums as direct support who has been on tour with REZZ recently, played Red Rocks with Zeds Dead, and released an EP with Zeds Dead’s label.
The openers include MZG who recently announced a show opening for Big Gigantic at Red Rocks, Krushendo who recently headlined Cervantes Otherside and opened up for ILLENIUM two days at X Games, graymattr who recently headlined The Aggie in Fort Collins in May, and Phyrphyr who is known for shows with Manic Focus recently.