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Lavender Fest: A Celebration of Longmont Potion Castle & Friends

Lavender Fest: A Celebration of Longmont Potion Castle & Friends

Thu June 20

The Regent Theater

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The Cowboy Killers, Madeleine Mayi, Maren

Free

HYPNOTHESIS: Hyphy Beats, West Coast Bass, & Jazz From Outer Space

HYPNOTHESIS: Hyphy Beats, West Coast Bass, & Jazz From Outer Space

Thu June 20

The Echo

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Buscabulla

Buscabulla

Fri June 21

Fig at 7th

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Free

Just Announced

What's My Age Again?

Sat 6 Jul

The Regent Theater

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$10 Advance or Free before 10 PM

OBN Jay

Wed 26 Jun

The Echo

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$18 Advance / $22 Day of Show

Col3trane

Wed 24 Jul

The Echo

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$15 Advance / $20 Day of Show

$12 Advance / $15 Day of Show

Chelsea Wolfe - American Darkness Tour 2019

Fri 15 Nov

The Palace Theatre

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On Sale
Fri 21 Jun
9:00 am PDT

$45 Golden Circle / $42 Mezzanine / $35 Orchestra / $30 Balcony

The Legendary Pink Dots

Wed 23 Oct

The Echo

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$15 Advance / $20 Day of Show

Goon LP Release Party

Thu 18 Jul

Echoplex

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$10 Advance / $12 Day of Show

Boombox

Fri 22 Nov

Echoplex

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On Sale
Fri 21 Jun
10:00 am PDT

$18 Advance / $22 Day of Show

BANNERS - FALL 2019 TOUR

Thu 17 Oct

The Echo

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On Sale
Fri 21 Jun
10:00 am PDT

$15 Advance / $18 Day of Show

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