New Year's Eve 2019 Boulder

Gasoline Lollipops - New Year's Eve 2020
Doors open at 8:00 PM
Gasoline Lollipops with The Lonesome Days, The Alcapones at Fox Theatre Tickets On Sale Now! - Ages 21+ ONLY. - All tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable following purchase. - Listed price does not include tax and service charge. - NO BAGS. - All tickets are General Admission (GA) with limited seating available. Gasoline Lollipops is a Colorado band that combines the sincerity of dirt-floor folk with the energy and rebelliousness of punk. It’s an all-new incarnation of alt-country that’s both high energy and heartfelt, like the American highway’s soundtrack. Denver Westword awarded Gasoline Lollipops "Best Country Artist" in 2016 and 2018, and the group - which released the debut album Resurrection in February 2017 and followed it with Soul Mine just 11 months later - won the 2014, 2015 and 2017 Colorado Daily reader's polls for "Best Boulder Band." The GasPops have shared stages with such respected artists as Lucero, Dale Watson, Todd Snider, Slim Cessna's Auto Club and others. They've also been on the bills of numerous great live-music festivals, including Divide Festival; Salmonfest Alaska; NedFest; Bohemian Nights @ New West Fest; the Denver Post's Underground Music Showcase; BrewGrass; YarmonyGrass; Higher Ground Music Festival; Westword Music Showcase; Empire Americana; FoCoMX; Frozen Dead Guy Days; and the highly anticipated Grandoozy Festival. Website Facebook Twitter Instagram Bandcamp Soundcloud
Sold Out: Turkuaz - New Year's Eve with Swatkins & the Positive Agenda
Doors open at 9:00 PM
Turkuaz - New Year's Eve with Swatkins & The Positive Agenda at Boulder Theater Sold Out! Live For Live Music, 88.5 KGNU, Westword, Twist & Shout and Terrapin Care Station Present - Ages 21+. - All tickets are non-exchangeable and non-refundable following purchase. - Listed price does not include tax and service charge. - NO BAGS. - All tickets are General Admission (GA) with limited seating available. Balancing male-female harmonies, strutting guitars, wild horn arrangements, and interminable grooves, a spirit takes shape on stage nightly for Turkuaz via larger-than-life performances. Among numerous critical plaudits, The New Yorker claimed, “[Turkuaz] delivers horn-filled funk incorporating elements of R&B, psychedelic pop, gospel, Afro-pop, New Wave, classic rock, and just about any genre that gets people dancing.” The Brooklyn-based nonet—Dave Brandwein [guitar, vocals], Taylor Shell [bass], Craig Brodhead [guitar, keys], Michelangelo Carubba [drums], Chris Brouwers [trumpet, keys], Greg Sanderson [tenor sax], Josh Schwartz [baritone sax, vocals], Sammi Garett [vocals], and Shira Elias [vocals]—ignite an explosion of energy punctuated by neon hues, deft musicality, and show-stopping singalongs on their newest EP, Kuadrochrome. Touring incessantly in support of four full-length studio albums, EPs and live releases, they’ve lit up stages everywhere from Bonnaroo, Hulaween, Okeechobee, Electric Forest, and Mountain Jam to Telluride Jazz, High Sierra, and Lock’n, in between gracing stages at legendary spots such as Red Rocks, Terminal 5, and The Fillmore, to name a few. Since emerging in 2011 with their self-titled debut, the group have quietly animated a movement. “I would love for our music to be a bright spot in an otherwise dark world. You can come to our shows, let go, exist, and have a good time in spite of what may be going on outside. That’s what music does for us. We want to share that.” Website Facebook Instagram Twitter Soundcloud