Weekly Events March 29-April 4

Boulder’s Weekly Events March 29-April 4


From family friendly events to 21 and over parties, Boulder has something for everyone. And we know that having access to what’s happening is important. You want them now. You want them fast. You want them easy. So here they are. 20 of the best events happening in Boulder this week.

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Featured Event
Flash Mountain Flood + Cycles

Where? The Fox Theatre
When? March 30, 8:30pm
Flash Mountain Flood is a 5 piece, Boulder-based psychedelic rock n’ roll jam band with a classic feel that is committed to preserving one of America’s greatest music cultures with their unique approach to their live shows and extensive catalogue of original songs.

Founding members are Logan Green on lead guitar and vocals, Derek Dames Ohl on bass and vocals, Wes Rather on rhythm guitar and vocals, and Taner Clark on drums. Paul Copoulos, the keyboardist joined the band in November of 2015 finalizing their lineup.

Flash Mountain Flood delivers their loyal Front Range fanbase a true concert experience with their fresh take on American roots music. Fans show up with an expectation for improvisation, diverse genres of original music, surprise covers and a true sense of musical community. Whether jazz, country, funk, folk, bluegrass, reggae, blues or rock n’ roll – Flash Mountain Flood’s music brings together music lovers of all ages and backgrounds playing over 130 shows in 2016.

The Denver-based power trio, Cycles, comprised of Patrick Harvey (guitar), Michael Wood (drums), and Tucker McClung (bass/vocals) are on a musical mission to melt your mind. Self-described as psychedelic rock fusion, Cycles effortlessly blends rock, jazz, hip-hop, soul, and much more creating a versatile soundscape that makes each live show different than the last. Striving for variety in each set, Cycles carefully construct a live show designed to thrill. Each member brings a special set of skills and influences to the table.

Living in the same house together and practicing hours upon hours each day has created a profound chemistry between the band members that truly shines through in the live setting. Tucker McClung is a powerful commander of the bass who never shies away from applying the melodic nature of the instrument all the while leading the show with powerful vocals. Michael Wood, with his tight and jazzy drum beats, works tirelessly to keep the band on track through intricate tempo changes and wide-open space. Patrick Harvey’s dominating guitar shred is what completes the band’s sound and often drives them to take the jams into outer space.

The songs are written by all members of the band which adds yet another element of diversity to the end product. With humorous, relatable, and illustrative lyrics, Cycles reaches out and touches their audience in a way that produces a feeling of harmony and community. Throughout the last year, Cycles has picked up some serious steam around Colorado. Every show Cycles plays garners new fans. In January of 2016, the band released their first EP, Loads Of Fun which showcases their one-of-a-kind sound.

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March 30 – T2 Dance Project: SPRINGbreak ChoreoFest 2018
7:30pm- The Grace Gamm Theater

March 30 & 31 – Rogue Co. Dance Company: Untold
7:30pm- The Gordon Gamm Theater

April 1 – Easter Sunrise Service
4:30am – Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

April 4 – Dairy Comedy Presents: John Heffron
8pm – The Gordon Gamm Theater

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March 21-31 – Leaning Into the Wind: Andy Goldsworthy
Times Vary – The Boedecker Theater

March 29-April 8 – The Upstart Crow
Times Vary – The Carsen Theater

March 30 – Friday Night Weird: Life of Brian
8:45pm – The Boedecker Theater

April 1-4 – The Winter’s Tale: Royal Ballet
Times Vary – The Boedecker Theater

April 4-7 – Miss Kiet’s Children
Times Vary – The Boedecker Theater

April 4-7 – The Insult
Times Vary – The Boedecker Theater

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March 29 – The Movers and Shakers
7:30pm – Nissi’s

March 30 – Paradise Theatre & The Tom Petty Project
7pm – The Dickens Opera House

March 31 – Dreamboat Annie & Project Foreigner
7:30pm – Nissi’s

March 31 – Selasee and the Fafa Family + Jyemo Club
8:30pm – Fox Theatre

March 31 – Shakedown Street
7:30pm – Boulder Theater

April 1 – Dan Martin
3pm – The Tasty Weasel

April 3 – Legacy High School Jazz Concert
7pm – Nissi’s

April 3 – Circa Survive
6:30pm – Boulder Theater

April 4 – Blues & Bourbon with the Blue Krewe
7:30pm – Nissi’s

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