Bands: P-Nuckle, Speakeasy and special guests. Sept. 26, 2015. Sept. All physical donations will go to Houston’s La Raza United. Bands: Late Night Radio, Casual Commander, The Party People and Crumbs (of Robotic Pirate Monkey). (Cait Falc)
Electro-soul at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom
If you like a bit more bass in your relief concerts, a grip of live-electronic hybrid acts will come together at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom on Saturday to benefit the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund. 12; 7:30 p.m. Oskar Blues is matching all donations up to $50,000 towards the relief effort. Broadway. 7; 9 p.m. Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom; 2635 Welton St. Irie Denver ska-rock outfit P-Nuckle and genre-juggling Speakeasy will hold down the venue among other special guests for a night dedicated to Hurricane Harvey relief efforts. 23. (Jackson Barnett, The Know)
Anders Osborne and many more at the Boulder Theater
Longmont brewery Oskar Blues is hosting a humdinger at the Boulder Theater to benefit its volunteer arm, the Can’d Aid Foundation, as it works to help those affected by Hurricane Harvey. There are four acts slated for the show, although the poster notes that doesn’t include “special guests.” Take note: Cervantes’ shows of this ilk have pulled some huge special guests in the past. $8 via 9; 9 p.m. $20-$25 via; must be 21+ to attend. 3 Kings Tavern; 60 S. $10-$15 via Lettuce performs at Boulder Theater on Sept. Visitors enjoy the live music at 3 Kings bar during the Underground Music Showcase on South Broadway on July 28, 2017 in Denver. If you’ve got a few extra bucks in your wallet and a pair of dancing shoes in your closet, check out these benefit shows below. Sept. (Gabriel Scarlett, The Denver Post)
Local flavor at 3 Kings Tavern
Over at South Broadway’s 3 Kings Tavern, a local bill of reggae and rockabilly will score another benefit concert. The Boulder Theater; 2032 14th St; Boulder. Michal Menert and members from Sunsquabi, Dynohunter, Break Science and Late Night Radio take a bow after their show at the Ogden Theatre on Nov. Denver may be 1,000 miles away from the region, but that isn’t stopping the Front Range’s music scene from outstretching a helping hand to the city. The evening will also feature a raffle among other surprises. According to P-Nuckle keyboard player Benjamin Collingwood, the bands are playing for free, and all proceeds from the evening will go to the Houston Red Cross. (Adam Good, The Know)
Hurricane Harvey has inflicted a massive amount of damage on the Houston area, displacing its residents and flooding its infrastructure. Bands: Anders Osborne, Dave Watts, Ryan Jalbert, Joey Porter, Garrett Sayers, Gabriel Mervine, Drew Sayers, Lyle Divinsky (of The Motet), Andy Hall, The Infamous Stringdusters’ Chris Pandolfi & Jeremy Garrett, Kevin Donohue, Josh Fairman, SunSquabi’s Chris Anderson, The New Mastersounds’ Eddie Roberts and Denver rockers One Flew West. Tickets are $15 or $10 with a donation of diapers, canned food or personal hygiene goods. If you know of one we’re missing, shoot us an email here. The foundation has already sent 220,000 cans of water to the region, according to a release from Oskar Blues, and is currently organizing a volunteer trip down to Houston to help. Related Articles

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