The beloved "Bluegrass at the Audi" series returns with a fantastic lineup. We think you'll love this year's series.
Tickets are $20 general admission, $15 for CBMS members, seniors and students. We have a new category this year: the VIP ticket which costs $30/$25 and includes a pre-party, plus reserved seating. Online ticket sales are available for one, or all three shows. Shows are held at the Broomfield Auditorium, 3 Community Park Rd. 80020.
Doors open at 6:30p. Show begins at 7:00 pm. VIP party begins at 6:00pm
The dates for the Bluegrass at the AUDI series are as follows: January 27, 2018 - FY5, plus Ginny Mule February 24, 2018 - TBD, plus Follow the Fox March17, 2018 - The Lonesome Days, plus The Jet Set
First up is FY5, with Ginny Mules. What a great show this will be! Buy your tickets today. Print out the receipt as this will serve as your admission.
For decades now, Colorado has been a wellspring for American roots music, combining the traditional Appalachian old-time and honky-tonk strains of the East with the spirit of adventure and openness of the West. Colorado has served as a magnet for musicians looking to find themselves, and it’s become a place for musical kindred spirits to commune and create. FY5 –Finnders & Youngberg– represent this pioneering spirit, and with their latest effort, Eat the Moon, we can hear a newfound maturity and purpose that comes with steady gigging, dedication, and a renewed sense of purpose. Bluegrass harmonies, crisp as a mountain stream, meld with virtuosic picking and fiddling and the kind of honest acknowledgment of the tough realities of life that’s best found in traditional honky-tonk. “We’re proud to have come from the traditional folk and bluegrass school,” says bandleader Mike Finders, “yet we put all that aside and do our best to build the songs honestly, creatively, with no predetermined agenda to play this or that kind of music.” With Eat the Moon, FY5 brings us a self-assured vision of American music, rooted in tradition, but pointing to new creative directions that make it vital and relevant in today’s modern world." Holy friggin' harmonies! It's almost distracting how good the vocals are on the Ginny Mules debut release" (Marquee Magazine, 2016). Recognized as finalists in the renowned Rockygrass Festival band competition in 2017, Ginny Mules are setting sail, and charting a course that is all their own. Drawing from varied elements of American music and heritage, each member brings their own blend of Appalachian music, Blues, Folk & Bluegrass to the table. The end result sounds a lot like BLUESGRASS, with a focus on tight vocal harmonies and the raw, bluesier elements that give Ginny Mules their distinctive sound. According to Copple, "it's like Bluegrass with a little extra stank on it."
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