28TH ANNUAL MICROBREWERIES FOR THE ENVIRONMENT feat. THE LONESOME DAYS + THE RIVER ARKANSAS - CANCELED*
Flash Mountain Flood
With the concern of general health safety, we apologize that we must cancel the 28th Annual Microbreweries for the Environment on Friday, April 24th at the Boulder Theater. Refunds will be available at the point of purchase. Thank you for understanding.
Featuring: 4 Noses Brewing Company, Asher Brewing Company, Avery Brewing Company, Bootstrap Brewing, Colorado Cider Company, Great Divide Brewing Company, Left Hand Brewing Company, New Image Brewing, Odd 13 Brewing, Odell Brewing Company, Oskar Blues Brewery, Sanitas Brewery, Ska Brewing, Stem Ciders, The Bakers' Brewery, Upslope Brewing Company, West Flanders Brewing CO., Wibby Brewing
- All tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable following purchase.
- Listed price does not include tax and service charge.
- - Ages 21+. NO BAGS.
- All tickets are General Admission (GA) with limited seating available. If you require accessible seating or other accommodations, please purchase your GA tickets and reach out to Daniel@z2ent.com to help us make your visit as enjoyable as possible.
The Lonesome Days are a 5 piece, high energy, modern bluegrass ensemble from Denver, Colorado. Blending heartfelt songwriting and powerful vocals with precise instrumentation and undeniable groove, The Lonesome Days have charged their way to the forefront of the Colorado bluegrass scene. Songwriting is a major focus for the band but listeners can always expect a unique repertoire of standard bluegrass and other cross-genre covers. With the recent addition of fiddle to the band, The Lonesome Days are carving out their niche in the national bluegrass arena.
In the winter of 2014, Mike Clark penned a collection of songs about heartbreak, love, and escaping the clutches of day-to-day society. The following spring, Clark decided to make that collection into a record. By good fortune Macon Terry, a bass player and former member of the band Paper Bird, happened to be in the neighborhood the day the studio was booked for recording. Though Terry arrived not knowing any of the songs, what they captured was the beginning of something great. Later they would add Robin Chestnut on drums, Rachel Sliker on violin, and Benjamin Gallagher on piano. With the release their third studio album "Any Kind of Weather" the band has hit their stride, traveling the mid-west, south, and western United States as well as playing festivals all across Colorado, delivering their distinctive mixture of Country, Blues, Folk and Americana.
2032 14th Street
Boulder, CO, 80302