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Fox Theatre — Saturday, Jan. 16
A four-person bluegrass band, the Kitchen Dwellers will be playing at the Fox this Saturday. This group vibes together, plucking out dynamic jams that you can’t help but stomp your feet to. There are layers of energy in the Kitchen Dwellers’ music — violin, mandolin, guitar, upright bass and banjo. This group is incredibly talented, which is evident in their creative, original tunes. Get ready to smile when their upbeat notes hit your ears. There’s bound to be a good crowd at this show too — grab some other folk music fans and prepare to have a good time. The Kitchen Dwellers will be playing at The Fox Saturday, Jan. 16 at 9:oo p.m.
Fox Theatre — Thursday, Jan. 14
Denver-based Nick Miller, who goes by the stage name Illenium, produces emotionally resonating dance music you will feel deep in your chest. Miller creates mellow and melodic beats, leading up to moving drops. His unique remixes are making musical waves in the industry, and they’ll infiltrate your soul. It’s the kind of music to blast in your car while speeding down an open highway. Guaranteed shivers if you go to his show and let his music do its thing. Nick Miller will be playing at The Fox on Thursday, Jan. 14 at 9:00 p.m.
Keeping the Dream Alive Benefit Concert featuring Soul X
Boulder Theater — Friday, Jan. 15
A Colorado cover band, Soul X promises to deliver a high-energy, interactive performance. Encompassing a variety of popular artists and genres, the group lends a funky spin to traditional hits with their clean vocals and versatile musicians, while keeping the songs authentic and fun. The members of Soul X exude playful vivacity, and the proceeds from the show benefit the Family Learning Center. To support a good cause and dance the night away, head to the Boulder Theater on Friday, Jan. 15th at 7:45 p.m.