Bluegrass Events around Colorado

Bluegrass at the Audi

Sponsored by the Colorado Bluegrass Music Society

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Nothing warms the heart like some hot bluegrass music during the cold winter months here in Colorado and the hottest music is coming your way in the best venue for live music on the Front Range, the Broomfield Auditorium.

The Colorado Bluegrass Music Society announces two Autumn 2019 events as a continuation of our “Bluegrass at The Audi” concert series.

On 5 October, Martin Gilmore will open for Thunder and Rain. And on 16 November, we’ll have co-headliners High Plains Tradition and The Badly Bent.

About the venue

"The Audi", more formally known as The Broomfield Auditorium, is a great venue for bluegrass music, with excellent acoustics, and great seating.

The Audi has 234 chairs + six wheel chair accessible spaces on the main floor and 54 chairs and one wheel chair-accessible space in the balcony.  It possesses a theatrical lighting system and a custom sound system.

view from the stage at "the audi".

view from the stage at "the audi".

Important Information

Please note that when you purchase admission to a Bluegrass at The Audi show, you will not receive separate physical tickets. You will receive a confirmation of your purchase at the email address you enter when you place your order. Just bring your email confirmation to the event to be admitted.

  • Doors open at 6:30 pm. Show runs from 7 pm to 9 pm.

  • Discounted tickets are available for students and seniors [age 60 or above]. Be prepared to show student ID or proof of age for student or senior tickets.

  • We regret that we cannot refund your admission purchases to Bluegrass at The Audi events.



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KGNU Bluegrass Hotline Calendar

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