Road to Velorama

Larimer Lounge Presents

Road to Velorama

Bear Antler, Many Mountains, The Threadbarons, Tyler Imbrey & the Ghost Review, The Dirty Circuits, The Midnight Club, Compliments to the One, The Hits

Sunday, 7/9

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:

For additional information on Velorama Colorado, visit:
Bear Antler
Bear Antler
Mike Cooley once said that rock and roll means well but it can't help telling young boys lies. The Bear Antler brand of rock and roll is most certainly full of lies but, like a bad lover, it also has a drinking problem, sweats too much, and stays out all night.

The lads of Bear Antler know a little something about bad lovers. They sing about cheating women, lying women, no good women… women that call collect to break up with you. But mostly, they sing about the women they can't live without. There's also a few murder ballads for good measure.

It's not always pretty, but when the groove is right, the pocket is tight, and the lights are bright, you can bet no one is having a better time than the five guys on stage.

What else can you expect from a band that met in a bar?
Tyler Imbrey & the Ghost Review
Tyler Imbrey & the Ghost Review
Songwriter, Tyler Imbrey relocated to Denver in 2014 after enjoying residencies in Chicago and North Carolina. After many years of performing and recording with a variety of collaborators in the Midwest and Southeast, Tyler decided the West was calling.

The band formed in Denver in early 2015 when Tyler and electric Ukulele player, Caleb Koch found musical chemistry. Several months later multi-instrumentalist, Ramel Sanchez joined the group moving from percussion to guitar to bass.

In late 2015, Faisal Salahuddin was added on to the ranks after a 10 year musical career leading a drum troupe in West Africa. He has helped the band develop the intensity and depth to their live sound.

Arianne Rabbitt grew up in the Church and traveled around Australia as a pianist/singer.

The band is hard at work on their Denver debut to be released late summer of 2016.
The Dirty Circuits
American Rock Band who rides the line between sophistication and power chord ignorance to create music in the American songwriting tradition.
The Midnight Club
Originating from Denver in late 2015, high school students Owen Coleman, Harry Springer, Miles Braggs, and Sean McCarthy formed the Alt-Pop-Rock band - The Midnight Club. Influenced by their heroes of 1970s rock ’n’ roll - The Midnight Club flaunt powerful melodic lead vocals, soaring guitars, and an edgy retro style tailored for the 21st century.

Early on The Midnight Club quickly grabbed their hometown’s ears by winning the coveted opening slot for Denver’s Alternative Rock Radio station, KTCL 93.3’s Big Gig 2016. Additionally the band went on to headline packages with fellow Denver bands at The Gothic Theater, Marquis Theater, Summit Music Hall, and most recently Sold Out their headline show at the popular club, Lost Lake Lounge.

Behind their local success, the band took to the studio to write and record their debut single “Close Your Eyes” mixed by Mark Needham (The Killers, Imagine Dragons, Walk The Moon), which is slated for release on September 29th, 2017. The Midnight Club are performing their next headline show on November 25th, 2017 (Thanksgiving weekend) at The Larimer Lounge to celebrate the release of “Close Your Eyes” and to debut new music.
Compliments to the One
Compliments to the One is a 4 piece from Denver, CO. Having started in 2012 while Stephen, Dare,and Julio attended HInkley HIgh School in Aurora, CO, the trio decided to keep the band going and started working on original material. In March of 2016, bassist Daniel was recruited to join the band having know the group through school. The band has released several singles such as Catch My Breath, Keep on Going, and Overdose, and the goal is to release an EP in the future.
Venue Information:
Larimer Lounge
2721 Larimer St.
Denver, CO, 80205