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Buffalo Commons‘ unique songs and captivating energy on stage will pull at ones heartstrings in the best way and may make you want to laugh, dance, cry, and rejoice all in one show.

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Buffalo Commons at New Terrain Brewing

Buffalo Commons at New Terrain Brewing

Jan 30, 6:00pm - Jan 30, 9:00pm

New Terrain Brewing Co
16401 Table Mountain Pkwy
Golden, CO  80403 Map

Headed back to Golden Colorado to play our favorite brewery in the universe. New Terrain is always a great time mainly because of all the good people there. The beer is outrageously good too. Hope to see our friends out on Jan 30th for some beers and jams.... See MoreSee Less

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Keystone’s Winter Bluegrass Weekend: Friday, Jan 31 & Saturday, Feb 1, 2020

Keystone’s Winter Bluegrass Weekend: Friday, Jan 31 & Saturday, Feb 1, 2020

Jan 31, 6:30pm - Feb 1, 11:00pm

Warren Station Center for the Arts, Keystone
164 Ida Belle Dr
Keystone, CO  80435 Map

Celebrating its ninth year, Keystone’s Winter Bluegrass Weekend brings acoustic roots and mountain culture to Warren Station. Warren Station will be rocking for two nights with an amazing lineup featuring some of Colorado’s most talented string bands. Friday night will feature Pick and Howl and The Lonesome Days before the main act, Hot Buttered Rum. Saturday the party continues with local favorites Buffalo Commons, warming up the stage for double-billed headliners, Rapidgrass & Head for the Hills.

Schedule: Doors at 6:30pm, Music at 7:00pm (both nights)

Pricing: Single Night Advance Ticket= $15

Two Night Advance Ticket (online only, Best Value!)= $25

Single Ticket Day of Show= $20

Kids five and under= Free

Friday, January 31st: Times are approximate and subject to change.

7:00pm- Pick and Howl

Founded in Denver CO, the progressive bluegrass 5-piece has gained notoriety as both practitioners of Traditional Bluegrass and genre-warping jammers. Drawing from a broad range of inspiration that includes Townes Van Zandt, Flatt & Scruggs, The Dead and contemporaries like Billy Strings, lead vocalist Jeremy Richard serves as the conduit to create a unique category of soaring, frenetic, authentic Americana. Backed by a string band featuring Paul Larson on the Scruggs-style banjo, Andrew Gordon on Dobro, Pickin' Pete Barbaro on Mandolin and Eric Gordon on Bass, Pick & Howl delivers a groundbreaking Bluegrass performance that is not to be missed.

8:15pm – The Lonesome Days

The Lonesome Days are a 5 piece, high energy, modern bluegrass ensemble from Denver, Colorado. Blending heartfelt songwriting and powerful vocals with precise instrumentation and undeniable groove, The Lonesome Days have charged their way to the forefront of the Colorado bluegrass scene. Songwriting is a major focus for the band but listeners can always expect a unique repertoire of standard bluegrass and other cross-genre covers. With the recent addition of fiddle to the band, The Lonesome Days are carving out their niche in the national bluegrass arena.

9:30pm –Hot Buttered Rum

Hot Buttered Rum, a souped-up, left-coast string band, is the brainchild of five uniquely gifted musicians who weave their love of bluegrass, folk, jazz and soul into a riveting strain of Americana. String bass and five-alarm fiddle merge with guitar, banjo, mandolin and drums to frame the voices of its two contrasting writers, fueling a dance party with roots in Appalachia and its branches in California. It’s a sound that’s as tough to describe as it is easy to love. Nearly twenty years into its journey, HBR’s music, dreamed up in the backcountry of the High Sierra and the basements of San Francisco, has found its way into the hearts, minds and bodies of fans nationwide. The band continues to tour year-round in support of its many albums and social causes.

Saturday, February 1st: Times are approximate and subject to change.

7:00pm – Buffalo Commons

Buffalo Commons is a collaboration of friends from Steamboat Springs, CO who enjoy fishing and floating rivers together as much as they do playing and writing songs together. The bond they share off stage comes across in the music and is felt by everyone through the energy of their live performances. One can't help but be captivated by singer/songwriter and guitarist Ty Woods' soulful yet powerful voice. Band Members Eric Baker on mandolin, Randy Kelly on fiddle, and Denton Turner on upright bass provide a full body of sound to match the emotion and intensity of Ty's vocals. Focused on writing original music with well thought out compositions and arrangements, the band works hard to stand out as a unique sound in acoustic music. Buffalo Commons' songs will pull at your heartstrings in every way and may make you want to laugh, dance, cry and rejoice all in one show.

8:15pm – Rapidgrass

Rapidgrass embodies the notion that nature, and particularly mountains, can bring out the best in our art, and we have dedicated much of our creative energy into bringing that art back to the people of the mountains. Rapidgrass focuses on travel to mountain towns and inspires mountain people and athletes around the globe. Our music is motivated by and made for those who find peace in the mountains. We focus our energy to outdoor mountain lifestyle/culture events. Focusing our travels to mountain towns has also given us a great palate of mountain music styles to draw from including styles from North America, France, Italy, Russia, Tibet, Argentina, and Ireland.

The full-time lineup includes Mark Morris (guitar, lead vocals); Coleman Smith (violin); Charlie Parker Mertens (upright bass); and Alex Johnstone (mandolin, vocals). This Colorado ensemble uses classical, gypsy, bluegrass, pop, swing, and other world rhythms to create what is, and can only be described of as, Rapidgrass.

9:30pm – Head for the Hills

Head for the Hills--Adam Kinghorn, Joe Lessard, Matt Loewen--come out swinging and invigorated with fresh sounds on their latest EP, Say Your Mind (out March 22). Recorded at Swingfingers Studios in Fort Collins (Colorado), the band brought a larger band than ever before, including drummer Darren Garvey of Elephant Revival, Vocalist Kim Dawson, Dobroist Todd Livingston, a horn section and more. The material reflects both the turbulent social rhythms of our current era and more timeless moments of joy, growth, and change—think #MeToo, the current body politic, and inequality, but also relationships, fatherhood and growing up.

If you are a fan of bluegrass or simply love live music, this is an event you won’t want to miss! On top of the great lineup, the Warren Station Bar will be serving drink specials all weekend.

Venue FAQs

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

Free parking will be available at the River Run Lots, located just off Gondola Road. The Summit Stage, Uber and Lyft are also options. OR - book a condo and stay the night!

Directions

From I-70, take Highway 6 East towards Keystone (7 miles). Turn right onto Gondola Road and follow signs to free parking lots. Warren Station is located in the heart of River Run Village. Pass through the Main Entrance into River Run Village and take a left at Luigi’s Pasta House.

What can/can't I bring to the event?

Bring your awesome, "freeky", funky self! And, maybe your best dance moves. DON'T bring pets, gym bags, backpacks, oversized packages, cans, bottles, weapons, fireworks, contraband, video cameras, cameras with a detachable zoom lens, recording devices, laser pointers, artificial noisemakers and containers of any kind. All are prohibited in Warren Station and the Keystone Neighbourhood property.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

Help us keep ticket prices affordable for these amazing shows. Tickets should not be transferred or resold. If you are in a unique situation, please email info@warrenstation.com or call (970) 423-8997. If you are unable to assign a name to a ticket, make sure that the purchaser is present with all ticketholders at the time of check-in.

What is the refund policy?

All ticket sales are final and are designated for the entertainer(s). Sorry! No refunds, no transfers and no exchanges.

The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?

It is recommended that the name of the attendee match the ticket. When purchasing tickets, please indicate the name of each guest.

Can I give my two-night ticket to another party?

The ticket should not be given to any individual other than the purchaser or original designee.

All events and times are subject to change at any time.

For more information, please visit www.warrenstation.com.
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The Drunken Hearts & Buffalo Commons at OTP

The Drunken Hearts & Buffalo Commons at OTP

Feb 15, 9:00pm - Feb 16, 1:30am

Old Town Pub
600 Lincoln Ave
Steamboat Springs, CO  80487 Map

Doors - 9pm
Buffalo Commons - 10pm
Drunken Hears - 12am
Cost - $10
21+

- The Drunken Hearts -

“...An electrifying force of Americana music."

From their humble inception as an acoustic trio, The Drunken Hearts have grown into an electric five-piece that is captivating audiences across the country. In those few years, the Colorado-based group has managed to make a name for itself in a state that is known for producing and cultivating world-class music. The band fearlessly bottles a tempestuous, yet honest brand of American music — infusing spirited vocals with electric and acoustic instruments, and crafting thoughtful songs that are resonating with crowds everywhere.

- Buffalo Commons -

Formed in 2017, Buffalo Commons is a Steamboat Springs, Colorado grown project that moves the souls of all in the room. Harmonizing vocals, and tight musicianship has sling-shot the band into the Colorado Music scene with a huge infectious energy and incredible loyal and fun-loving “Herd” of fans behind them.

One can’t help but be captivated by singer/songwriter and guitarist Tyree Woods‘ soulful yet powerful voice. Band Members Eric Baker on mandolin, Randy Kelley on fiddle, Gabe Riding on Banjo, and Denton Turner on upright bass provide a full body of sound to match the emotion and intensity of Tyree’s vocals.

Focused on writing original music with well thought out compositions and arrangements, the band works hard to stand out as a unique sound in acoustic music. Buffalo Commons’ unique songs and captivating energy on stage will pull at ones heartstrings in the best way and may make you want to laugh, dance, cry, and rejoice all in one show.
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