Nora Jane Struthers first made waves in Colorado when she won the Telluride Bluegrass Festival band competition in 2010. The Nashville-based singer-songwriter returns with a new band, the Party Line, but retains the same storytelling style that earned the honor. The acoustic quintet's album, Carnival, follows a female narrative, from childhood to death. Sat 8 p.m.
This fright-free musical Halloween celebration can be enjoyed by all ages. Join the Colorado Symphony for their annual late October concert featuring music from the Harry Potter movies and similarly themed tunes. Make sure to show up in costume—the musicians will. Sun 2:30 p.m.
The flooding may have ceased, but relief efforts are still in full swing. To support these continued efforts, artists including Dave Matthews, The Fray, DeVotchKa, and members of the Lumineers are coming together for a special concert organized by AEG and Live Nation. All proceeds go directly to the United Ways of Colorado Flood Recovery Fund. Sun 6 p.m.
The progressive rock jam band from Indiana makes a four-day stop in the Mile High City to perform rock tunes and lengthy instrumental interludes. With seven albums behind them, the six-piece outfit enjoys switching up its live setlists and is bound to bring the funk. Sat-Tue 8 p.m.
Described as “America’s romantic piano sensation," Jim Brickman is making a two-day stop during his holiday concert series to perform the intimate, warm songs from his latest CD release "The Magic of Christmas. With a discography dating back to 1994, the pop pianist from Ohio has put out more than 30 albums. Fri-Sat 7:30 p.m.
Beloved Colorado rock group, OneRepublic, is making a stop in the Mile High City before the holidays a tradition. In an effort to continue to give back to the local community this year, the pop-rockers' show will benefit those affected by September’s floods. Fri 7:30 p.m.
As the son of the bassist from Alabama soul band Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section, Patterson Hood has the raw vibe of Southern rock in his blood. Frontman for the Drive-By Truckers—a floor-thumping, down-and-dirty rock group—Hood expresses a lighter side to his sound through his solo releases.
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