Trevor Hall

Trevor Hall will make his return to delight his Colorado fan-base on June 22nd, this time at Dillon Amphitheater, a beautiful lakeside venue nestled in the mountains.

Located one hour and 15 minutes from Denver, Dillon can be reached by bus or car. There is a free in-town bus system and ample parking around town. Carpooling is highly advised to keep traffic to a minimum. Plus, getting to the show with your goofball friends in tow is half the fun!

Hall is a 36-year-old singer, songwriter and guitarist from South Carolina. His musical style draws from roots, folk, and reggae with electronic influences. More deeply, his musical artistry is created through and inspired by his spiritual beliefs and practices: Hinduism, meditation and yoga.

Hall learned classical guitar alongside Eastern Mysticism at Idyllwild Arts Academy, a musical boarding school in the San Jacinto Mountains of East Los Angeles. At 16, he recorded his first album. Not long after, he was signed to Geffen Records. Since then, he has released eight albums, sold out international tours, and headlined a sold-out show at the coveted Red Rocks Amphitheatre.

Opening for Hall is The California Honeydrops, an American blues and R&B band from Oakland, California. They got their start in November 2007, playing in Oakland’s subway stations. Their New Orleans-style energy will surely get you moving while enticing your eyes and ears with the quirky sounds of the many unusual instruments layered within their songs.

Doors open at 5:00 PM and the show starts at 6:00 PM. Give yourself plenty of time to get up the mountain as you won’t want to miss The Honeydrops’ performance. Come ready to dance and be on the lookout for their homemade gutbucket bass, jug and washboard!

Tickets can be purchased here.

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