Thursday, October 31st and Friday, November 1st. DeVotchKa opens their doors to Love Hope Strength, yet again, to help save lives at their concerts! Fans can GET ON THE LIST to be marrow donors, free of charge, at their Halloween shows in Boulder or Denver.
“DeVotchKa is scheduled to play The Gothic Theatre in Denver, CO on Thursday, October 31st and The Boulder Theater in Boulder, CO on Friday, November 1st. The romantic rock band will take the stage for their annual run of Halloween performances.
For years DeVotchKa has been putting on legendary performances for Halloween. Complete with full costumes and elaborate set designs, the Halloween shows are often the most talked about performances of the year. Joining the band will be the Slavic Sisters, performing their incredible aerial act above the band.
For more than a decade DeVotchKa has been melting its sweeping influences into an authentic and totally original blend of rock ‘n roll. DeVotchKa’s first big break happened when KCRW introduced LA listeners to DeVotchKa on Morning Becomes Eclectic. The directors of “Little Miss Sunshine” happened to be listening this fateful day, loved what they heard, and hired the band to write the score for their film. A critical and box office smash, the film was nominated for the Best Picture Oscar and, for DeVotchKa’s soundtrack, a Grammy. The little band from Denver was suddenly known all across the nation, playing large venues and major music festivals, including Coachella, Austin City Limits, Lollapalooza and Glastonbury. The love spread to Europe, which has become a yearly destination for the band.
Coming off of a string of festival dates (Bunbury Music Festival, Vancouver Folk Festival) and amphitheatre shows (Red Rocks Amphitheatre, The Hollywood Bowl) around the country, DeVotchKa takes the stage for two nights of special performances. Hear DeVotchKa’s most iconic songs revisited in the intimate settings of The Gothic and Boulder Theatres.
Tickets go on-sale Saturday, September 28th, and can be purchased through The Gothic Theatre and Boulder Theater sites respectively.”