Concerts

The Who Add Denver Concert To Their 50th Anniversary Tour
Good news for Who fans. Turns out their Who Hits 50! Anniversary Tour is coming to Denver after all. After recently rescheduling several dates due to illness, the band has also added a date at the Pepsi Center on Thursday, December 10th. Tickets will go on sale to the general public Friday, June 26t…
Acoustic Folk and Bluegrass Friday Night
If you’ll be in Cheyenne tonight, know that John and Julie Pennell will entertain with a guitar concert in the Cottonwood Room of the Laramie County Library. The man and wife couple will play acoustic bluegrass and folk music for adults Friday night, June 12, from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at 2200 Pio…
Veteran Rockers Living Colour To Open For Aerosmith at CFD
If you’re going to see Aerosmith at Cheyenne Frontier Days on Wednesday, July 22nd, plan to get their early. Veteran rockers Living Colour were officially announced this week as the opening act for Aerosmith’s upcoming Blue Army tour. The band, known best for their Grammy winning …
Amanda Lemish Wins The ‘CFD V.I.P.’ Contest
If you know Amanda Lemish, it might be a good time to remind her about that favor she owes you. Amanda was our grand prize winner in the CFD V.I.P. contest. Next month, she’ll be going to see every single event at Cheyenne Frontier Days. She wins tickets for all the PRCA rodeos, two nights [&…
My Top 5 ‘Pothead’ Concerts
This week, legendary Who singer Roger Daltrey made headlines when he scolded a fan for smoking weed during a concert and threatened to walk off stage. Over the years, I’ve heard several fans complain about marijuana smoke at concerts, but never from the singer of the band. Honestly, I can…
Foreskin Awareness Group Protests Bono at U2 Tour Kickoff
Several years ago, U2 singer Bono publicly suggested that circumcising young boys could help prevent the spread of HIV in Africa. Evidently, that didn’t sit well with members of a ‘foreskin awareness’ group in Canada. Last night, before the opening date of U2’s ‘In…
New Survey About Concerts and Cellphones
If you’ve been to a concert recently, I don’t need to tell you how expensive ticket prices are these days. The convenience fees alone are enough to send the average person to the poor house. Now, just imagine shelling out over $100 to see your favorite band live, only to spend the enti…

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