8/07/2017

My Morning Jacket to Celebrate New Year's Eve in Denver with Prince's The Revolution, tUnE-yArDs, Charles Bradley & his Extraordinaires

MY MORNING JACKET
TO CELEBRATE NEW YEAR’S EVE IN DENVER!

1ST BANK CENTER
11450 Broomfield Lane, Broomfield, CO 80021
December 29, 30 31, 2017


 
DECEMBER 29: THE REVOLUTION
DECEMBER 30: tUnE-yArDs
DECEMBER 31: CHARLES BRADLEY & HIS EXTRAORDINARES 



My Morning Jacket is thrilled to announce their New Year’s Eve Run. The three-night event will be held at 1ST BANK Center in Broomfield, CO where the band will be joined by The Revolution (Prince’s legendary band) on December 29, tUnE-yArDs on December 30, and Charles Bradley & his Extraordinaires on December 31.
 
My Morning Jacket has once again partnered with CID Entertainment to offer Travel Packages, Shuttle Passes, and unique VIP Experiences – including the fan-interactive “Z-Lounge”. More information about the offerings and on-sale details here.
 
The Roll Call/fan club pre-sale launches tomorrow, August 8th, at 10 AM ET / 8 AM MT. The AEG/local pre-sale begins Thursday at 12 PM ET / 10 AM MT. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, August 10th, at 12 PM ET / 10 AM MT. One dollar from every ticket purchased will benefit My Morning Jacket’s Waterfall Project. Established in 2015, the Project is dedicated to supporting and promoting actions, big and small, for positive change in the world.
 
My Morning Jacket will finish up their summer tour this month. Having already played the renowned Forest Hills Stadium and Electric Forest Festival amongst others, they will continue with stops at Express Live in Columbus, OH, Peach Fest in Scranton, PA, and Mass Moca in North Adams, MA. Jim James, Carl Broemel and Patrick Hallahan all recently completed a successful weekend at the famed Newport Folk Festival, which saw solo sets from both Broemel and James – along with numerous collaborations throughout the festival with the likes of John Prine, Angel Olsen, Nathaniel Rateliff, Preservation Hall Jazz Band and many others.
 
Through seven studio albums, My Morning Jacket has grown into one of the most acclaimed rock and roll bands in the world. The New York Times heralded the band as, “…the new kings of expand-your-mind, religious-experience rock…”  The Waterfall(ATO Records/Capitol Records), My Morning Jacket’s seventh studio album, garnered their third GRAMMY® nomination in the Best Alternative Music Album category. The Washington Post hailed it as “epic” and Pitchfork said, “[it] reaffirms that MMJ are one of the most exciting American rock bands going.”  Following the band’s spring 2016 tour, Jim James released a new solo album, Eternally Even (ATO Records/Capitol Records). Stereogum praised its “raw, exquisitely textured glory" and American Songwriter described it as  “a spellbinding listen.” Available HEREEternally Even was recently voted as one of 2016’s top albums by NPR listeners.
 
ROLL CALL PRE-SALE TUESDAY AUGUST 8th AT 10 AM ET / 8 AM MT
AEG PRE-SALE THURSDAY AUGUST 10th AT 12PM ET / 10AM MT
TICKETS ON SALE FRIDAY AUGUST 11 AT 10AM
 
TICKETS AVAILABLE AT ALTITUDETICKETS.COM OR 303.893.TIXS. TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE AT THE PEPSI CENTER AND DICK’S SPORTING GOODS PARK BOX OFFICES THE FOLLOWING BUSINESS DAY, IF INVENTORY REMAINS.
All ages welcome.
 
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The Revolution: The Revolution rose to international fame in the mid 1980s with Purple Rain, the album sold more than 13 million copies in the United States alone. The band was one of the most successful music acts of the 1980s and sold over 16 million albums in the United States alone.[1] The band achieved two number-one Billboard 200 albums (Purple Rain and Around the World in a Day), six top ten singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and won three Grammy Awards. The band officially disbanded in 1986 at the end of the Parade tour. Since the sudden shocking death of their friend and musical mentor last April, the funk-rock- R&B band has remained mostly silent. All five members of the band have traveled through the terrible gamut of emotions since learning of Prince’s passing. Aside from three sold-out shows at the famous Minneapolis venue, First Avenue, the birthplace of Purple Rain, The Revolution has been quietly pondering its next steps.
 
tUnE-yArDs: Experimentation is still key for tUnE-yArDs. Where the loop pedal and the saxophone were main components of the first and second record respectively, it’s the drum that takes center stage here, augmented by greater use of synth and Nate’s growing prowess as a bassist. She also decided to launch her third album with a homemade ‘MegaMix’ of the record, posting it to her fans online on her birthday; "I've put together a mash-up so you can get a tiny taste. We can’t wait to play this music for you. Thanks for all your support and patience while we cooked this chicken!".
 
Charles Bradley & his Extraordinaires: Charles Bradley has made a name for himself as a riveting live performer and was named to the top spot on Paste Magazine’s Best Live Acts of 2015.  He has taken his show to venues and festivals across the globe including Coachella, Glastonbury Festival and Primavera Sound.  The Brooklyn-based 68-year old released his third album Changes in 2016 via Daptone Records, which was included in numerous “best of” lists, including MOJO, Paste and Rough Trade.  Bradley returned recently to the stage after successfully completing treatment for stomach cancer.  His 2017 performance at Governors Ball was called one of the “10 best sets” by the New York Times.
 
 
8/10 – Columbus, OH @ Express Live! –
8/11 – Scranton, PA @ The Peach Music Festival
8/12 – North Adams, MA @ MASS MoCa –
12/29 – Broomfield, CO @ 1st Bank Center #
12/30 – Broomfield, CO @ 1st Bank Center ^
12/31 – Broomfield, CO @ 1st Bank Center ~
 
- The Districts supporting
# The Revolution supporting
^ tUnE-yArDs supporting
~ Charles Bradley & his Extraordinaires

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