Larimer Lounge Presents
Road to Velorama
All Chiefs, The Solid Ocean, Overslept, We's Us, Miguel Dakota & The Differents, Dayton Stone & The Undertones, Get Along, The 14ers, BBQ Catered By Globe Hall
Doors: 2:00 pm / Show: 3:00 pm
This event is 16 and over
All sales are final. Review your order carefully, there are no refunds for any reason. Tickets are non-transferable. No tickets are mailed to you, your name will be on the will call list night of show. Night of show (1) bring a valid government issued ID and (2) print your confirmation e-mail and bring with you night of show.
Road to Velorama
One band will be given the opportunity to perform on the final day of the Velorama festival, when it pays tribute to Colorado music with a full day of local artist performances.
From Aug. 11-13, Velorama Colorado will feature Wilco and Death Cab for Cutie; some of the world’s bests cyclists racing in the Denver stages of the Colorado Classic; and hundreds of vendors in a festival marketplace that includes a Bike and Lifestyle Expo and is anchored by Denver Flea and libations from Drink RiNo, a coalition of independent craft makers of beer, cider and wine.
“Velorama Colorado aims to celebrate many of the things that make this state special,” said David Koff, CEO of RPM Events Group. “Finding and promoting Colorado bands to help bring down the curtain on the final day of our three-day celebration is a great way to highlight the incredible music scene that has evolved in Denver and Colorado in recent years.”
General-admission tickets to the Road to Velorama concert series are available for $5. Doors open each day at 2 p.m.
To submit your band’s name for booking, contact: email@example.com
For additional information on Velorama Colorado, visit: VeloramaColorado.com
This is the official Facebook of the band "All Chiefs, No Indians".
Here you will find the latest news, tour info, music, videos, merchandise, and ways to connect with the band
Basically this is everything "All Chiefs..."
The Solid Ocean
The Solid Ocean is a band from Denver, Colorado that draws it's influence from many of the sounds made popular in the 80s that are resurfacing in music today. They play a unique blend of indie dance rock that is meant to get the audience moving.
The Solid Ocean became a band when Joey Lowery and Christian Garcia came together under similar interests and influence. Soon after, they added Bailey Sutton to complete the group.
The Solid Ocean is composed of:
Joey Lowery: lead vocals, rhythm guitar
Bailey Sutton: Lead guitar
Christian Garcia: drums, percussion, backup vocals
It's funny how fast you get going in the morning once you realize you've overslept. This feeling of urgency, this frantic call to create and actively participate in the world is what inspired Elias Armao to create this project in the winter of 2013. The initial incarnation of Overslept was a studio project where Elias wrote and recorded all of the instruments himself. Health (February of 2014) and Hush (September of 2014) were released in this time. Through those releases and playing acoustic shows in Denver, he met what would become the current incarnation: a four piece band made up of members from other local bands. Their first full length record was released independently on December 11th 2015, and is entitled "I've Been Keeping To Myself".
We's Us is a Denver-based rock outfit consisting of Michael Weeze Dawald (Vox/Guitars), Blake Manion (Drums), Chris Crantz (Bass/Vox), Stephen Howell (Piano/Keys), and Nick Milano (Guitars). We's Us is a modern take on classic rock, infusing elements of funk, reggae, and musical exploration. The band has toured nationwide and shared the stage with acts ranging from Slightly Stoopid, Collective Soul, Fishbone, Thundercat, Matisyahu, Tea Leaf Green, to name a few.
We's Us' first two records were produced by multiplatinum producer Dave Aron (Sublime, Snoop, U2, Prince, Dumpstaphunk, Moe.) and received national and international airplay.
All members of We's Us enjoy long walks on the beach.
Get Along is the musical alias of Nicholas and Cara Yañez. Their quirky take on electronic instruments, punk rock enthusiasm, and soul music create a novel sound – one with a subtle maturity for a couple of twenty-somethings. Cara’s classically trained voice packs a punch, leading an energetic pace set by her husband’s thumping beats and synth heavy melodies. The duo has a knack for venturing into different realms of sound to reflect their feelings of love, loss, frustration, and life as aspiring artists. US Represented agrees, telling readers that “although they are classified as ‘indie’ (the band) have such a breadth of techniques that classifying them is difficult”; and The Independent calls Get Along “One of the most original bands to come out of the Front Range”. The bands authentic take on music isn’t left to the studio, however, offering an energetic and unpredictable live show. The Scene offers up this summation "The two contrasting sounds meshed together like Yin and Yang, creating a sense of serenity within an adrenaline filled background. Both Cara and Nick jumped around with such energy that the audience had no choice but to join them”. Get Along looks to share their music with the masses; which would cause a lot of jumping. Exercise is good.
Get Along has shared the stage with acts such as Blondfire, Churchill,
Civil Twilight, Man Man, The Mowgli's, The Features, Gold Fields, The Octopus Project, The Unlikely Candidates, and more...