Hailing from Nederland, CO, the same musical mountain town that brought us Leftover Salmon and Yonder Mountain String Band, Elephant Revival will be performing their unique brand of music at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on May 22, 2016.
This harmonious quintet is comprised of Bonnie Paine (washboard, djembe, musical saw, stompbox); Bridget Law (fiddle, octave fiddle); Charlie Rose (banjo, pedal steel, guitar, horns, cello, double bass); Dango Rose (double bass, mandolin, banjo) and Daniel Rodriguez (guitar, banjo, double bass). Their 2010 release Break In The Clouds won a best of award by the Indie Acoustic Music Project and a later album These Changing Skies went on to win that same award in 2013.
Not only does this talented group bring a fresh approach to music that falls somewhere between gypsy, Celtic, Americana and folk, they are also committed to improving the environment and all of its inhabitants. They work closely with several nonprofit groups to lend their support in aiding humanitarian and animal charities to make this world a better place. The group’s moniker was chosen out of empathy for two zoo pachyderms who were separated after 16 years and died on the same day.
With a positive message, incredible talent and a unique sound, you will not want to miss this quintet when they hit the stage at Red Rocks. Josh Ritter & the Royal City Band and Rising Appalachia will be the openers, getting the crowd on its feet and ready to be blown away by the harmonies and intense melodies created by these five artists. Be sure to secure your Elephant Revival tickets now as you don’t want to miss out on this jaw-dropping performance.
In what promises to be an exciting matchup with intriguing storylines, Super Bowl 50 will take place at Levi’s Stadium, the home of the San Francisco 49’ers in Santa Clara, CA on February 7th, 2016.
League veteran Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos will take on young superstar Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers. Both of these teams feature incredible top 10 defenses with different offensive makeups. It’s an exciting time for football as we are witnessing the changing of the guard at quarterback, away from staples like New England’s Tom Brady and the Saints’ Drew Brees into the new era of signal calling which features more mobile quarterbacks like Newton. This matchup is most likely Manning’s last hurrah and if victorious could become the only quarterback in NFL history to win a Super Bowl with two different teams.
The Panthers are entering the Super Bowl having only lost one game this entire season in Week 16 to the Atlanta Falcons. Despite this incredible feat, Carolina has been overlooked and touted as the underdogs for most of the season due to their lack of big household names. However, in the big game they are finally perceived as the favorite over the Broncos by a 3.5 point margin. Denver’s road to the Super Bowl was quite different, filled with twists and turns including an injury to the their future Hall of Fame quarterback who in turn lost his job to backup Brock Osweiler only to gain it back in the second half of the Week 17 game versus San Diego. Throughout the course of this amazing season, the Broncos won some games they shouldn’t have and proved that defenses truly win championships.
Will Peyton Manning get that second Super Bowl ring and ride off into the sunset or will Cam Newton put the Panthers on his back one more time to defeat the number one defense in the NFL? If you want to see this incredible matchup and the spectacle surrounding the big game live and in person, be sure to lock down your Super Bowl 50 tickets to ensure you don’t miss a moment.
Since breaking out with her 2010 debut “Lights”, UK native Ellie Goulding has been in high demand and will be de delighting fans live in concert at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, CO on April 12, 2016. Goulding will be touring most major cities across North America in support of her new album “Delirium” beginning in Vancouver on April 1st ending at Madison Square Garden in New York City on June 21st. In the three-year span since her last album “Halcyon”, Goulding filled the time with the hit song “Love Me Like You Do” which was a featured on the movie Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack to wide critical acclaim. The single peaked at number one across multiple platforms worldwide leaving fans wanting more. While her voice is very soft and shy-like, it is Goulding’s lyrics in her songs that draws fans in and showcases her immense talent as an artist. She has the ability to evoke emotions through her songs that many artists in her same genre just can’t do.
Ellie Goulding tickets will be in high demand for this 2016 Delirium Tour so be sure to lock yours down today. You will not want to miss this incredible songstress and talented musician up close and live as she performs songs from the album Delirium along with all your favorites. Purchase your Ellie Goulding tickets today!
Peyton Manning, the NFL’s only five time MVP is taking his team to the AFC Championship for possibly the last time after a come-from-behind 23-16 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday. With the wind whipping around Sports Authority Field at Mile High, Bronco receivers spent the first half dropping passes and turning the ball over on downs, while the league’s number one ranked defense did their job and kept Denver in the game. With the score 10-9 in favor of the Steelers after two quarters, it was up to Denver to make the necessary halftime adjustments to pull off a comeback and take charge of the game. With less than 10 minutes left after a field goal by each team, Broncos’ cornerback Bradley Roby punched the ball from the grip of Steeler’s running back Fitzgerald Toussaint and it was recovered by Demarcus Ware to give Denver the ball on the 35-yard line. Manning stepped in and went to work, leading a drive to the Broncos only touchdown, a one-yard run by C.J. Anderson. The Broncos successfully completed the two-point conversion with a pass to Demaryius Thomas and pulled ahead 20-13 with three minutes left. A sack by Ware ended the Steelers next drive and place kicker Brandon McManus kicked his fifth field goal of the night. Pittsburgh was able to kick a field goal with 19 seconds remaining but Denver recovered the onside kick to end the game. NFL fans will be treated to another rivalry game between Peyton Manning and Tom Brady as the New England Patriots will travel to the Mile High City for a battle to determine which team will head to Super Bowl 50. Be sure to secure your AFC Championship tickets today as this game will take place Sunday January 24th at 3:05 EST. You don’t want to miss out on this incredible piece of NFL history!
Comedian and ventriloquist Jeff Dunham will be cracking up a packed audience at the 1st Bank Center on Wednesday April 20th, 2016 at 7:30pm.
He became fascinated with ventriloquism at the age of eight and his parents purchased his very first dummy complete with an instructional record album. By 10 years old, Dunham was performing for anyone who would watch. After college, he moved to Los Angeles and began to play at the local comedy clubs gaining an audience and eventually landing frequent guest appearances on The Tonight Show and Late Night with David Letterman. In 2006, Dunham’s first one-hour prime time special Arguing With Myself premiered on Comedy Central to rave reviews and an instant internet following. Several specials followed creating a global fan base.
His cast of characters, which Dunham created himself includes Walter, the grumpy retiree; Bubba J, a NASCAR, beer-swilling hillbilly; Peanut, a furry and manic monkey, and Achmed, the dead terrorist, among others.
Dunham has sold out venues across the globe including Australia, Finland and the United Kingdom. He will be making a stop in Broomfield at the 1st Bank Center on April 20th to delight his fans with a hilarious performance they will not soon forget. Be sure to secure your Jeff Dunham tickets to see this incredible talent live where it’s always funnier.
In a wacky game that no one saw coming, Peyton Manning led the Denver Broncos to a 27-20 victory over the San Diego Chargers, securing the number one seed in the AFC and a first round playoff bye. The game’s original starter at quarterback Brock Osweiler, threw for 232 yards including a 72-yard strike to Demaryius Thomas on the second play of the game. Five turnovers followed, including two interceptions that were not his fault, a fumble by Emmanuel Sanders and another by C.J. Anderson. Denver’s top rated defense continued to do their part and the Broncos ended the first half ahead 7-6 after struggling offensively. To the surprise of just about every football fan out there, Denver coach Gary Kubiak made the switch at quarterback and brought Peyton Manning in as signal caller in the third quarter. Apparently Manning was just the spark this team needed as the running game immediately improved, the offensive line somehow played better and the 39-year old quarterback led the Broncos to 20 points in one and half quarters despite going just 5 or 9 for 69 yards. San Diego fittingly ended a rough 4-12 regular season in what might have been their final one representing the city of San Diego, as ownership attempts to move them to Los Angeles over the offseason. In the loss, Charger quarterback Phillip Rivers threw for 223 yards, two touchdowns, one interception and one lost fumble.
While the Chargers head in to the unknown, the AFC West Champion Broncos will get a week off to get healthy, rest and prepare for their matchup versus whichever the lowest seeded AFC team makes it through the wild card round, which will take place Sunday, January 17th in the Mile High City. Fans be sure to secure your Denver Broncos playoff tickets as you will not want to miss any of this crazy season play out live and in person.
Over the past decade, Carrie Underwood has emerged as one of the most compelling storytellers in this generation of music. Since winning the fourth season of American Idol in 2005, Underwood has sold more than 15 million albums and has been delighting fans worldwide in both country and mainstream music genres. This incredible talent will be performing in Denver at Pepsi Center on March 30, 2016 to the delight of fans and Carrie Underwood ticket holders. Underwood will be touring North America with her Storyteller Tour featuring the artist’s popular fusion of fast-tempo pop hits and uplifting ballads. Her powerful voice will continue to draw fans in as it has been for over 10 years. Her stellar career has been built on songs that pack an emotional punch from her first hit “Jesus Take the Wheel” to her recent smashes “Black Cadillacs” and “Little Toy Guns”. Fans of this sensational artist will not want to miss out on seeing her perform live, so be sure to purchase your Carrie Underwood tickets today before they are all gone. Her Pepsi Center show will certainly draw huge crowds as fans know the type of emotion and performance she brings to the table.
With a brutal second half collapse, the Denver Broncos fell to the Oakland Raiders 15-12 in the Mile High City on Sunday bringing their record to 10-3 and Oakland’s to 6-7. Denver’s defense did their job but the offense just couldn’t put anything together. The Raiders ended the first half with -12 offensive yards while Brock Osweiler and the Broncos had to settle for just four field goals. The receiving corps dropped balls all over the place and just couldn’t generate anything productive. Raider’s defensive end Khalil Mack sacked Osweiler five times and wreaked havoc on Denver’s offense. In his fourth game as the Broncos’ starter, Osweiler completed 35 of 51 passes for 308 yards but just couldn’t connect when it counted. In the victory, Raider’s quarterback Derek Carr completed just 12 of 29 passes for 135 yards but two of those passes were for touchdowns, enough to seal the victory. One came on the first drive of the second half with an 11-yard strike to Seth Roberts to bring the score to 12-7. A safety pulled them to 12-9 and the final touchdown came in the final quarter with a 16-yard pass to tight end Mychal Rivera.
Heading into Week 15, the Raiders sit as the eight seed in the AFC in the hunt for a wild card berth. They will face the Green Bay Packers in Oakland who are also hoping for a wild card spot this post season. Denver will head to Pittsburgh in Week 15 to face a Steelers team what is currently the seventh seed fighting for a wild card spot. The Broncos sit atop the AFC West and will be looking to secure home field advantage through the playoffs. Fans be sure to grab your Denver Bronco tickets and cheer these guys on down the stretch.
The Denver Broncos took care of business against AFC West rival San Diego on the road minus a few key players on both sides of the ball. With a score of 17-3, Denver moved to 10-2 while the Chargers slipped to the basement of the division with a 3-9 record. While it wasn’t the prettiest of games, quarterback Brock Osweiler connected with Demaryius Thomas on a 3-yard touchdown on the opening drive and finished with 166 yards, a touchdown and one interception. The real story of this game was the incredible play by Denver’s defense and special teams. Strong safety David Bruton Jr, led the team with 12 tackles and together the defense racked up 55 tackles and four sacks along with a pick six by linebacker Danny Trevathan for the game’s only other touchdown. Chargers’ quarterback Phillip Rivers was held to just 202 yards while the running game stalled out with only 93 total yards. San Diego sustained cart yielding injuries to both wideout Dontrelle Inman and cornerback Brandon Flowers which didn’t help the situation.
With their season pretty much over and their future location still a mystery, the Chargers will head to Kansas City to take on the 7-5 Chiefs who are currently in the fifth spot in the AFC playoff picture and will be hungry for a win. Denver will remain in the Mile High city in Week 14 to face the fellow AFC West Oakland Raiders who at 5-6 are still in the Wildcard hunt. Fans will not want to miss this fierce battle between longtime rivals trying to secure their spot in the post season. Purchase your Denver Broncos tickets today so that you can witness all the on-field action live and in person.
Late Sunday night, Denver running back CJ Anderson darted 48 yards for a touchdown in overtime to ruin the New England Patriots perfect 2015 record. At the start of the season, fans circled their calendars for this storied matchup between Patriot’s quarterback Tom Brady and Bronco signal caller Peyton Manning. Due to an injury to Manning, or poor play -whoever you choose to believe, the guy under center Sunday night was Brock Osweiler. With frigid temperatures and snow falling for most of the game, the Denver Broncos came back from a 14-point deficit in the fourth quarter to extend to overtime and eventually hand New England their first loss of the season bringing Denver’s record to 9-2 and the Patriots to 10-1. New England was already playing without some of their weapons as wide receivers Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola did not even make the trip, then lost his star tight end Rob Gronkowski in the fourth quarter who had to be carted off due to a right knee injury. Despite being shorthanded, Brady threw for 280 yards and three touchdowns with zero interceptions. Denver’s defense kept New England’s run game to a bare minimum with their total on the ground at only 39 yards. On the other side of the ball, the Broncos finally found their ground attack with a healthy CJ Anderson rushing for 113 yards and two touchdowns and Ronnie Hillman adding another 59 yards and a touchdown. In Osweiler’s first home start, he threw for 270 yards and one touchdown with one interception. It was an incredible team effort in tough conditions and Denver should be proud of their efforts the entire game, without ever giving up.
In Week 13, New England will get the fledgling Philadelphia Eagles at home and will be looking to hang on to their number one spot in the AFC. Denver will head to sunny San Diego to take on the rival AFC West Chargers to stay atop the division. Fans will not want to miss any of the remaining games and secure their Denver Broncos tickets to witness this incredible run to the playoffs up close and in person.