Music events

 Thursday, January 26th
Live Music
5:30pm / The Office Spiritorium
At the historic Strater hotel!
Live Music
5:30pm / Diamond Belle
Grab a drink, enjoy some food while listening to live music!
 Friday, January 27th
Big Richard, La La Bones, Rainey
6:30pm / Animas City Theatre
Doors 7:00pm / Show 8:00pm  21+ / $25 / $30   Big Richard  What began as an all-female festival collab quickly morphed into a serious passion project driven by sisterhood, harmony and humor...…along with the shared desire to rage fiddle tunes and smash the patriarchy. Big Richard is a neo-acoustic super group made up of well established Colorado musicians: Bonnie Sims on mandolin (Bonnie & Taylor Sims//Everybody Loves An Outlaw//Bonnie & the Clydes), Joy Adams on cello (Nathaniel Rateliff//Darol Anger//Half Pelican), Emma Rose on bass + guitar (Sound of Honey//Daniel Rodriguez//Whippoorwill) and Eve Panning on fiddle (Lonesome Days). The future of this group is big and rising fast.    https://www.instagram.com/bigrichardband/  https://www.facebook.com/bigrichardband  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrmUhwPP6BymCNZfM329Yeg   La La Bones sprouted in Durango during the summer of 2014. Soon after their formation, the band began playing throughout Southwest Colorado making appearances at local venues, festivals, and private events. Quickly, the band shared their original and traditional songs with music lovers young and old. At first glance, La La Bones is reminiscent of a traditional 5-piece bluegrass band, passing around breaks and harmonizing melodies. With a closer look, listeners can see how the band draws inspiration from a myriad music genres, ranging from punk, pop, to bluegrass. Listeners can also enjoy the songwriting and vocal skills of all band members, as each individual brings original music to the table. La La Bones recorded their first self-titled album in 2016, an 11-track record of originals. In 2023, the band will record their second album.La La Bones is Kyle Siesser on guitar, Tommy Frederico on banjo, Kathy Hilimire on fiddle, Scott Roberts on mandolin, and Jimi Giles Davis on bass.
Friday Night Square Dancing
6:30pm / Durango Senior Center
The San Juan Square Dance Club dances Friday nights 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the main hall of the Durango Senior Center, 2424 Main, next to the High School. We do both Mainstream and Plus dancing with caller Richard Berry. All are welcome. No special attire required, just comfortable clothing. No smoking or Alcohol allowed. $6.00 per dancer. If you have danced in the past and just need to brush up, please join us. If you have never tried square dancing, we will be offering an 8-week series of Beginner lessons starting February 10th at 7:00 p.m.
 Saturday, January 28th
Argentine Tango Workshops
10:00am / Groove U DStudio
Join us as an individual or with a partner. Durango is having a resurgence of it's vibrant Tango community. Come and learn this sensuous dance with foundations in hugging and walking.   Absolute Beginner Intensive Saturday 10:00am- 12:30 pm  Continuing Beginner IntensivesSaturday 2:00pm-4:30 pm (and/or) Sunday 11:00am-1:30pm
 Sunday, January 29th
Live Music
5:30pm / The Office Spiritorium
At the historic Strater hotel!
Live Music
5:30pm / Diamond Belle
Grab a drink, enjoy some food while listening to live music!
 Monday, January 30th
Live Music
5:30pm / The Office Spiritorium
At the historic Strater hotel!
Live Music
5:30pm / Diamond Belle
Grab a drink, enjoy some food while listening to live music!
 Tuesday, January 31st
Open Mic Night
7:00pm / Starlight Lounge
Open mic every tuesday, open to performers of all kinds and levels from beginners to experts. Support local live music!
 Thursday, February 2nd
First Thursdays Songwriters Series
7:00pm / The iNDIGO Room
Free ***Only 50 RSVP seats available***   Join us for the First Thursdays Songwriters Series at The iNDIGO Room inside of the iAM MUSIC Institute! This free event, hosted by Ashley Edwards, co-founder of iAM MUSIC and lead singer & keyboardist of Hello Dollface and Loki Moon, will feature seven amazing local musicians:
 Friday, February 3rd
Snowdown American Legion Auxiliary Dance
7:00pm / American Legion Post 28
Be our guest at the annual American Legion Auxiliary fund raiser dance for our veterans! The Ben Gibson Band will be playing Classic Rock from 7pm to 10pm.    $10.00 admission fee.    Let's have some fun! Come and hear some great music!
 Saturday, February 4th
Argentine Tango Workshops
10:00am / Groove U DStudio
Join us as an individual or with a partner. Durango is having a resurgence of it's vibrant Tango community. Come and learn this sensuous dance with foundations in hugging and walking.   Absolute Beginner Intensive Saturday 10:00am- 12:30 pm  Continuing Beginner IntensivesSaturday 2:00pm-4:30 pm (and/or) Sunday 11:00am-1:30pm
 Tuesday, February 7th
Slow Bluegrass Jam
5:30pm / Union Social House
Are you a beginner/intermediate acoustic music player looking to play more? This weekly jam is welcoming to all players, with a focus on slower tempo improvisation solos and chord changes. If you can play the I, IV and V chords in G, D and A then you know enough to play at this jam! A food truck and bar is onsite for dinner and drinks.
 Friday, February 10th
Learn to Square Dance
7:00pm / Durango Senior Center
The San Juan Square Dance Club of Durango invites you to join us for an eight-week series of Beginner Square Dance Lessons starting Friday, February 10, 2023. Lessons will begin at 7:00 p.m. in the main hall of the Durango Senior Center, 2424 Main, next to the High School. You will be dancing the very first night and learn new calls each week of this 8-week session. All are welcome. No special attire required, just comfortable clothing. First lesson is free; cost is $5.00 per person for remainder of lessons. A partner is preferable but NOT required. Do something good for your body and mind! Try something new in a safe environment where the focus is on friendship and fun!
Second Saturday Series: Haro In The Dark W/ Lavalanche
7:00pm / The iNDIGO Room
$10  The iNDIGO Room is a small intimate venue located inside of the iAM MUSIC Institute in the heart of Downtown Durango across Main Street from Buckley Park. These small house concert-style shows provide a concert experience that allows the crowd and artist to interact in a way that feels like they are performing in your own living room.   [Haro In The Dark]  American Roots Music  https://harointhedark.com/   [Lavalaunce]  Funky organ trio/quartet
 Saturday, February 11th
Argentine Tango Workshops
10:00am / Groove U DStudio
Join us as an individual or with a partner. Durango is having a resurgence of it's vibrant Tango community. Come and learn this sensuous dance with foundations in hugging and walking.   Absolute Beginner Intensive Saturday 10:00am- 12:30 pm  Continuing Beginner IntensivesSaturday 2:00pm-4:30 pm (and/or) Sunday 11:00am-1:30pm
 Tuesday, February 14th
Slow Bluegrass Jam
5:30pm / Union Social House
Are you a beginner/intermediate acoustic music player looking to play more? This weekly jam is welcoming to all players, with a focus on slower tempo improvisation solos and chord changes. If you can play the I, IV and V chords in G, D and A then you know enough to play at this jam! A food truck and bar is onsite for dinner and drinks.
 Saturday, February 18th
Argentine Tango Workshops
10:00am / Groove U DStudio
Join us as an individual or with a partner. Durango is having a resurgence of it's vibrant Tango community. Come and learn this sensuous dance with foundations in hugging and walking.   Absolute Beginner Intensive Saturday 10:00am- 12:30 pm  Continuing Beginner IntensivesSaturday 2:00pm-4:30 pm (and/or) Sunday 11:00am-1:30pm
 Tuesday, February 21st
Slow Bluegrass Jam
5:30pm / Union Social House
Are you a beginner/intermediate acoustic music player looking to play more? This weekly jam is welcoming to all players, with a focus on slower tempo improvisation solos and chord changes. If you can play the I, IV and V chords in G, D and A then you know enough to play at this jam! A food truck and bar is onsite for dinner and drinks.
Martin Sexton
8:00pm / Animas City Theatre
The real thing, people." -Billboard  Martin Sexton returns with what RollingStone calls his "soul-marinated voice," acoustic guitar, and a suitcase full of heartfelt songs.   The 2023 Tour takes Martin across North America in support of his latest ep 2020 Vision (produced by 3-time Grammy nominee John Alagia (Lukas Nelson, John Mayer, Dave Matthews) as well as reinventing his own classics for these critically-acclaimed solo performances.   Still fiercely independent and headlining venues from The Fillmore to Carnegie Hall, he has influenced a generation of contemporary artists. His songs have appeared in television series such as Scrubs, Parenthood, Masters of Sex, Sprung, and in numerous films, though it's his incendiary live show, honest lyrics, and vocal prowess that keep fans coming back for a new experience every time.   MartinSexton.com  Fb: officialmartinsexton  Insta: martinsexton  Twitter: martin_sexton 
 Wednesday, February 22nd
Musically Speaking
6:00pm / Powerhouse Science Center
Maestro Heuser will do a one hour deep dive into the @sanjuansymphony "Majesty of Mozart" concerts. Light apps provided and bar open for drink purchases.
West Coast Swing (Beginners 6-Week Class)
6:30pm / Smiley Building
Get ready to swing the night away! West Coast Swing is a fun and exciting social dance that is offered at the Smiley Building on Wednesday nights at 6:30! Come alone or with a friend! Be prepared for a 6-week class that will guide you through all the basics, when you are done, advance into our Beyond Basics class for more exciting ways to dance West Coast Swing!   Our classes have an accumulative structure, meaning that we build on the teachings from the following weeks. Why is this important? Because in order to take the classes you must show up to our first week, meaning that we do not accept drop-ins mid-way through the 6-week session. It's All-or-Nothing!   We hope that you will join us for another fun and exciting class!   Thanks for looking!
lespecial with Mike Dillon & Punkadelick
8:00pm / Animas City Theatre
lespecial carve their own sonic path in modern music, creating their signature blend of "heavy future groove". The power trio's fresh synthesis of varied and divergent influences doesn't underestimate the listener, reflecting a post-modern cultural climate in which fans have space on their aural palette for J Dilla, Radiohead, King Crimson and Fela Kuti. Veering from hip-hop to metal, prog to house, pensive indie-rock to apocalyptic dub, leaving room for head banging and hip swaying alike, while still presenting a unified sound and vision.
 Saturday, February 25th
Argentine Tango Workshops
10:00am / Groove U DStudio
Join us as an individual or with a partner. Durango is having a resurgence of it's vibrant Tango community. Come and learn this sensuous dance with foundations in hugging and walking.   Absolute Beginner Intensive Saturday 10:00am- 12:30 pm  Continuing Beginner IntensivesSaturday 2:00pm-4:30 pm (and/or) Sunday 11:00am-1:30pm
Spafford
8:00pm / Animas City Theatre
21+ / $35 / $40  Bio: Spafford are known for their astonishing improvisational ability and off-the-cuff extended jams, Spafford paints a picture in real-time each night with a musical palette known only to each other. It's a private language comprised of both their talent as musicians as well as their formidable catalog of influences, spanning 90's alt-rock radio hits to Steely Dan and The Crystal Method. Each Spafford show is a sonic pilgrimage, the journey of a team of musicians so in tune with each other that a single note communicates intent and purpose. Spafford is amongst the most creative and hard-traveling bands on the contemporary jam scene, performing countless sold-out headline dates along with high profile festival sets at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival, Firefly Music Festival, and many others.   Listen to Spafford's new album Simple Mysteries here: https://open.spotify.com/artist/7fA0IDinGo27lmOeGy6oGV  See attached press release for more details.  Watch Spafford's live performance of "Diesel Driver" here: https://youtu.be/oGLe64iSPFU  FB: https://www.facebook.com/spaffordmusic  IG: https://www.instagram.com/spaffordmusic  TW: https://www.twitter.com/spaffordmusic 
 Tuesday, February 28th
Slow Bluegrass Jam
5:30pm / Union Social House
Are you a beginner/intermediate acoustic music player looking to play more? This weekly jam is welcoming to all players, with a focus on slower tempo improvisation solos and chord changes. If you can play the I, IV and V chords in G, D and A then you know enough to play at this jam! A food truck and bar is onsite for dinner and drinks.
 Tuesday, March 7th
Slow Bluegrass Jam
5:30pm / Union Social House
Are you a beginner/intermediate acoustic music player looking to play more? This weekly jam is welcoming to all players, with a focus on slower tempo improvisation solos and chord changes. If you can play the I, IV and V chords in G, D and A then you know enough to play at this jam! A food truck and bar is onsite for dinner and drinks.
Ott.
8:00pm / Animas City Theatre
Ott was doomed to be a teenager in the cultural wasteland that was the mid-1980's provincial England. After a brief period wandering aimlessly through the hairsprayed deserts of New Romanticism and poodle-rock he found refuge in the warm, inviting sounds of Scientist, King Tubby, LKJ, and Prince Far-I and the effortless grace of European experimentalists Neu! and Kraftwerk. Here he stayed until he felt it was safe to pop his head up again.   The end of the 1980's brought with it a cultural and musical revolution and Ott headed to London to immerse himself in the new energy. Initially unimpressed by the frantic, unmusical clatterings of acid house and "rave" he discovered a new wave of artists who apparently shared his love of organic dub and pristine electronics. Artists such as The Orb, Dub Syndicate, FSOL and African Head Charge. These were people who were unafraid to combine bass-heavy rhythm, abstract soundscape and timeless melody into a huge, ever-shifting sonic universe which reflected perfectly the spirit of hope and positivity which prevailed.   It was at this point that Ott found his first work as an engineer in several studios around North London. Working obsessively, 18 hours a day, seven days a week for the next ten years, Ott began developing the skills which would see him go on to work with many of those who created the sounds which inspired him in the first place - Brian Eno, The Orb, Youth, African Head Charge, Steve Hillage, and On-U-Sound.   After spending the 1990's freelancing around London as a studio engineer and producer, Ott celebrated the end of the 20th century and the beginning of the 21st by giving it all up and moving to a remote cottage in South West England to be alone with his cats and his studio. With a vague plan to create the perfect soundtrack to an outdoor English festival he embarked on a series of sonic experiments, drawing heavily on the classic dub sounds from Jamaica and hypnotic electronic pulse from Germany which had provided such a refuge during the 1980's. A period of intense creativity followed, during which a great many tracks were created and then stashed away on tapes, seemingly never to see the light of day.   In the meantime, Ott hatched a plan to remix half a dozen or so classic Hallucinogen trance tracks and release them as dub mixes - slower, fatter and more chillout friendly. In 2002 the album "Hallucinogen in Dub" was released via Twisted Records to universal acclaim. Buoyed by the success of "Hallucinogen in Dub", the following year Ott gathered together and released his earlier sonic experiments as the album "Blumenkraft" which was also very well received and which attracted a great many listeners around the world.   The next few years passed in a whirl of gigs, remixes [Shpongle, Entheogenic, Tripswitch] and collaborative projects - "Umberloid" with friend and multi-instrumentalist Chris Barke
 Friday, March 10th
Durango Choral Society Presents: There is Sweet Music
7:00pm / Summit Church
The Durango Choral Society, the Durango Women's Choir, and special guests sing from their hearts and souls in celebration of song. Enjoy the reverence and revelry of music ranging from old time gospel to love and nature. Associate Conductor Rhonda Muckerman will lead this beautiful and inspiring performance.   Tickets $20/$5
An Evening with Keller Williams
8:00pm / Animas City Theatre
Virginian, Keller Williams, released his first album in 1994, FREEK, and has since given each of his albums a single syllable title: BUZZ, SPUN, BREATHE, LOOP, LAUGH, HOME, DANCE, STAGE, GRASS, DREAM, TWELVE, LIVE, ODD, THIEF, KIDS, BASS, PICK, FUNK, VAPE, SYNC, RAW, SANS, ADD, SPEED and CELL. Each title serves as a concise summation of the concept guiding each project. Keller's albums reflect his pursuit to create music that sounds like nothing else. Un-beholden to conventionalism, he seamlessly crosses genre boundaries. The end product is music that encompasses rock, jazz, funk and bluegrass, and always keeps the audience on their feet. Keller built his reputation initially on his engaging live performances, no two of which are ever alike. For most of his career he has performed solo. His stage shows are rooted around Keller singing his compositions and choice cover songs, while accompanying himself on acoustic guitar, bass, guitar synthesizer and drum samples; a technique called live phrase sampling or "looping". The end result often leans toward a hybrid of alternative folk and groovy electronica, a genre Keller jokingly calls "acoustic dance music" or ADM." Keller's constant evolution has led to numerous band projects as well; Keller & The Keels, Grateful Grass, KWahtro, Keller and the Travelin' McCourys, Grateful Gospel and More Than A Little to name a few. Keller can be found playing clubs and festivals around the U.S. with these projects throughout the year.    http://www.KellerWilliams.net  https://www.facebook.com/kellerwilliams   http://www.youtube.com/kellerwilliamsmusic   https://www.instagram.com/kellerwilliams/   https://twitter.com/kellermusician   https://open.spotify.com/artist/5de5W8sgXIMq9dgMR0Wml0?si=I1Q8-PofTxuTSQYc-3Xg9Q
 Saturday, March 11th
Durango Choral Society Presents: There is Sweet Music
2:00pm / Summit Church
The Durango Choral Society, the Durango Women's Choir, and special guests sing from their hearts and souls in celebration of song. Enjoy the reverence and revelry of music ranging from old time gospel to love and nature. Associate Conductor Rhonda Muckerman will lead this beautiful and inspiring performance.   Tickets $20/$5
 Tuesday, March 14th
Slow Bluegrass Jam
5:30pm / Union Social House
Are you a beginner/intermediate acoustic music player looking to play more? This weekly jam is welcoming to all players, with a focus on slower tempo improvisation solos and chord changes. If you can play the I, IV and V chords in G, D and A then you know enough to play at this jam! A food truck and bar is onsite for dinner and drinks.
 Tuesday, March 21st
Slow Bluegrass Jam
5:30pm / Union Social House
Are you a beginner/intermediate acoustic music player looking to play more? This weekly jam is welcoming to all players, with a focus on slower tempo improvisation solos and chord changes. If you can play the I, IV and V chords in G, D and A then you know enough to play at this jam! A food truck and bar is onsite for dinner and drinks.
 Tuesday, March 28th
Slow Bluegrass Jam
5:30pm / Union Social House
Are you a beginner/intermediate acoustic music player looking to play more? This weekly jam is welcoming to all players, with a focus on slower tempo improvisation solos and chord changes. If you can play the I, IV and V chords in G, D and A then you know enough to play at this jam! A food truck and bar is onsite for dinner and drinks.
 Wednesday, April 12th
West Coast Swing (Beginners 6-Week Class)
6:30pm / Smiley Building
Get ready to swing the night away! West Coast Swing is a fun and exciting social dance that is offered at the Smiley Building on Wednesday nights at 6:30! Come alone or with a friend! Be prepared for a 6-week class that will guide you through all the basics, when you are done, advance into our Beyond Basics class for more exciting ways to dance West Coast Swing!   Our classes have an accumulative structure, meaning that we build on the teachings from the following weeks. Why is this important? Because in order to take the classes you must show up to our first week, meaning that we do not accept drop-ins mid-way through the 6-week session. It's All-or-Nothing!   We hope that you will join us for another fun and exciting class!   Thanks for looking!
 Wednesday, April 19th
Musically Speaking
6:00pm / Powerhouse Science Center
Maestro Heuser will do a one hour deep dive into the @sanjuansymphony "Majesty of Mozart" concerts. Light apps provided and bar open for drink purchases.
 Friday, April 21st
2023 Durango Bluegrass Meltdown
5:00pm / Durango Arts Center
Three days of incredible national recording artists, regional, and local bluegrass bands take over five venues including the Durango Arts Center, Animas City Theatre, and Wild Horse Saloon. Our extraordinary lineup this year includes Missy Raines and Allegheny, Tunnel Drive featuring Keith Reed, Josh Williams, Shadd Cobb, Don Rigsby, and Gene Libbea; The Slocan Ramblers, The Kody Norris Show, Barbaro, Tall Poppy String Band, The Cody Sisters, The Red Hill Rollers, Basin and Grange, and more TBA!   The Meltdown boasts several weekend events open to the public, including workshops, band contest, free Friday concert, barn dance, and late-night events!   Tickets are available on our website or in person at Animas Trading Company, 742 Main Ave, Durango, CO starting January 15th.   More information on ticketing, venues, and the 2023 lineup can be found on our website: www.DurangoMeltdown.com   We can't wait to see you there!
 Saturday, April 22nd
2023 Durango Bluegrass Meltdown
10:00am / Durango Arts Center
Three days of incredible national recording artists, regional, and local bluegrass bands take over five venues including the Durango Arts Center, Animas City Theatre, and Wild Horse Saloon. Our extraordinary lineup this year includes Missy Raines and Allegheny, Tunnel Drive featuring Keith Reed, Josh Williams, Shadd Cobb, Don Rigsby, and Gene Libbea; The Slocan Ramblers, The Kody Norris Show, Barbaro, Tall Poppy String Band, The Cody Sisters, The Red Hill Rollers, Basin and Grange, and more TBA!   The Meltdown boasts several weekend events open to the public, including workshops, band contest, free Friday concert, barn dance, and late-night events!   Tickets are available on our website or in person at Animas Trading Company, 742 Main Ave, Durango, CO starting January 15th.   More information on ticketing, venues, and the 2023 lineup can be found on our website: www.DurangoMeltdown.com   We can't wait to see you there!
 Sunday, April 23rd
2023 Durango Bluegrass Meltdown
10:00am / Durango Arts Center
Three days of incredible national recording artists, regional, and local bluegrass bands take over five venues including the Durango Arts Center, Animas City Theatre, and Wild Horse Saloon. Our extraordinary lineup this year includes Missy Raines and Allegheny, Tunnel Drive featuring Keith Reed, Josh Williams, Shadd Cobb, Don Rigsby, and Gene Libbea; The Slocan Ramblers, The Kody Norris Show, Barbaro, Tall Poppy String Band, The Cody Sisters, The Red Hill Rollers, Basin and Grange, and more TBA!   The Meltdown boasts several weekend events open to the public, including workshops, band contest, free Friday concert, barn dance, and late-night events!   Tickets are available on our website or in person at Animas Trading Company, 742 Main Ave, Durango, CO starting January 15th.   More information on ticketing, venues, and the 2023 lineup can be found on our website: www.DurangoMeltdown.com   We can't wait to see you there!
 Friday, April 28th
Durango Choral Society Presents: A World of Love Songs
7:00pm / Summit Church
Featuring love songs from around the world, the Durango Choral Society and the Durango Women's Choir will present a heart-opening program of classical, jazz and pop. Led by Associate Conductor Rhonda Muckerman, this will be a diverse program with an international flair, from Mozart to Toto, with a special nod to songs that honor the earth---you might even get rained on!    Tickets $20/$5
 Sunday, April 30th
Durango Choral Society Presents: A World of Music
3:00pm / Bayfield Performing Arts Center at Bayfield High School
A World of Love Songs Sunday, April 30, 2023 at 3 pm at Bayfield Performing Arts Center Featuring love songs from around the world, the Durango Choral Society and the Durango Women's Choir will present a heart-opening program of classical, jazz and pop. Led by Associate Conductor Rhonda Muckerman, this will be a diverse program with an international flair, from Mozart to Toto, with a special nod to songs that honor the earth---you might even get rained on!    Tickets $20/$5
 Tuesday, May 16th
Reverend Horton Heat & Delta Bombers
8:00pm / Animas City Theatre
$35/$40/21+   Tickets on sale online Friday October 21st   Loaded .38s, space heaters, and big skies. Welcome to the lethal, littered landscape of Jim Heath's imagination. True to his high evangelical calling, Jim is a Revelator, both revealing and reinterpreting the country-blues-rock roots of American music. He's a time-travelling space-cowboy on an endless interstellar musical tour, and we are all the richer and "psychobillier" for getting to tag along.   REVEREND HORTON HEAT have been the outlet of this creative mind for 29 years, leading to 10 full-length albums, 3 "best-of" collections, 2 DVD releases and thousands of memorable live performances. Never reaching platinum status or having a #1 radio single hasn?t been a problem for the Rev either, the band has continually been a mainstay of late night television and has toured with legendary acts such as Johnny Cash, Motorhead, Marilyn Manson, The Ramones, and many more, all of whom hold the Rev in the highest regard, as a true music industry legend.   Now, entered into a fresh new partnership with Victory Records, REVEREND HORTON HEAT show no signs of slowing down in 2014. January 21st marks the release of their 11th studio album, appropriately titled REV. The album marks a much lauded return to riff-laden, out-of-control rock 'n roll that fans fell in love with when they first heard "Psychobilly Freakout". The album's first single has already turned heads; "Let Me Teach You How to Eat" is REVEREND HORTON HEAT at its finest: tongue-in-cheek and so catchy, it won't leave your head for weeks.   The band has an incredible tour history and, with major shows and tours already booked throughout the year, will make sure you get the chance to dance one more time! Jim Heath and Jimbo Wallace have chewed up more road than the Google Maps drivers. For twenty-five psycho(billy) years, they have blazed an indelible, unforgettable, and meteoric trail across the globe with their unique blend of musical virtuosity, legendary showmanship, and mythic imagery.   "REVEREND HORTON HEAT, he's great and plays the music he believes in and nothing else. Go see him or I'll kill you!!" Lemmy Kilmister (MOTORHEAD)   Rev your engines and catch the sermon on the road as it's preached by everybody's favorite Reverend. REV is out January 21st.
 Sunday, May 21st
Live, Laugh, Love! A Choral Society Cabaret!
5:00pm / Fort Lewis College Student Union Ballroom
The Durango Choral Society continues our romp through the season with great music and elegant cuisine, and the company of your friends and neighbors! Our talented singers will perform favorites ranging from Broadway to Opera while you enjoy a lovely dinner and drinks.    Tickets $75
 Saturday, June 10th
A Rave New World
6:00pm / La Plata County Fairgrounds Main Exhibit Hall
Mad Hatter Project Presents…A Rave New World   This all-ages, family friendly LASER SHOW & DANCE brings music, laser lights and performers.   Community businesses support this event, which will have a beer garden as well as refreshments.   It's a party which brings all types of music. There will be an FM signal that broadcasts the sound into the cars in the parking lot.   Affordable tickets for groups!   Card readers and fire dancers will perform. Join us!! Costumes encouraged. Club Kids invited.
 Friday, August 25th
San Juan Brewfest Day 1
4:00pm / Buckley Park
Friday August 25 at Buckley Park in Historic Downtown Durango is day one of the San Juan Brewfest! Tickets go on sale June 1. More info coming soon. All proceeds benefit United Way of Southwest Colorado. No kids or pets allowed, must be 21 and have valid ID to enter. Tickets on June 1 at SanJuanBrewfest.com.
 Saturday, August 26th
San Juan Brewfest Day 2
1:00pm / Buckley Park
Saturday August 26 at Buckley Park in Historic Downtown Durango is day two of the San Juan Brewfest! Tickets go on sale June 1. More info coming soon. All proceeds benefit United Way of Southwest Colorado. No kids or pets allowed, must be 21 and have valid ID to enter. Tickets on June 1 at SanJuanBrewfest.com.
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