You won't hear "Jingle Bells" or "Carol of the Bells" at this musical holiday event hosted by bluesy roots band Chris Daniels & the Kings. Get your groove on with the group's infectious, horn-driven melodies and watch out for special guests including soulful singer Freddi Gowdy. Fri 8 p.m.
By age 17, Denver native Zach Heckendorf had already graced the Red Rocks stage. He's continued down that successful path, and even though he's older now, Heckendorf's gravelly voice and Dave Matthews Band-esque sound still seem like they originate from a performer twice his age.
Strap on your sparkly red shoes for a musical journey through Judy Garland’s classic films. Jazz vocalist Hilary Kole pays tribute to the late 20th century icon by performing numbers from Meet Me in St. Louis, The Wizard of Oz, and more. Sun 2 p.m.
New Orleans has a lot more to offer than just jambalaya and gumbo. Tune in to the soulful sounds of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band and the Pimps of Joytime straight from the Pelican State. Both bands combine jazzy brass instrumental interludes with a '60s funk vibe. Thu 9 p.m.
As winners of NBC’s reality music competition show The Sing-Off, Pentatonix wowed judges with their dynamic a cappella skill. Performing vocal renditions of hit songs such as Macklemore and Ryan Lewis’ “Can’t Hold Us,” the five-piece group is known for their vocal melodies and beat boxing. Sat 8 p.m.
Treat your sweetheart to the romantic sounds of violinist Midori and renowned conductor Mark Wigglesworth. Love and Lust will feature two passionate pieces—Mendlessohn’s Concerto in E Minor and Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde—for a Valentine’s Day evening to remember. Fri 7:30 p.m.
The sounds of old-school and new-school surf rock will share the stage on the eve of Valentine’s Day. After more than 20 years of production hiatus, the Pixies released 2013’s EP1, a four-track sampler featuring a rougher sound in the absence of Kim Deal’s girlish vocals. The group will perform its new sound alongside California pop group, Best Coast. Thu 7 p.m.
Start your Mardi Gras celebration a little early this year, featuring the electronic dance beats from Vaski, Uppermost, and Mr. Skeleton. Grab your multi-colored beads and head to Summit Music Hall's annual New-Orleans style party complete with bass-bumping music. Sat 7 p.m.
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