Boogie Mammoth, Dog City Disco
2009 Larimer Street
Denver, CO, 80205
This event is all ages
Kessel Run is a Progressive Funk band that was formed in Boulder, CO in 2016. Fusing elements of Rock, Jazz, and Progressive music over pulse-pounding Funk, Kessel Run delivers a high-energy concert experience that has something for everyone. The intricacy and digestibility of their material is matched only by their tastefulness and on-stage delivery.
Now, soaring into their third year with furious momentum, the Denver-based quintet has completed successful Southwest & Midwest regional tours, and has presented memorable performances in historic venues such as Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom & The Bluebird Theater in Denver, The Boulder Theater & the Fox Theatre in Boulder, Planet Bluegrass in Lyons, and The Belly Up in Aspen. They have shared stages with the likes of the String Cheese Incident, Yonder Mountain String Band, the Motet, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, The Werks, and Here Come the Mummies.
With the upcoming release of their first studio album in February 2019, and a long list of exciting appearances in the Rocky Mountains and across the Midwest after the 1st of the year, 2019 promises to be a turning-point for Kessel Run and their fans.
Starting in spring 2016, Boogie Mammoth has had the pleasure of sharing the bill with groove doctors from acts such as: The Motet, Snarky Puppy, Trey Anastasio Band, Joe Russo's Almost Dead, Moon Taxi, Big Gigantic, Analog Son, Emancipator, Con Brio, Nth Power, Thievery Corporation, Brothers Past, Mingo Fishtrap and more. With plans to record an EP and tour in 2017, there are no signs of letting up!
Dog City Disco
All aboard the psychedelic train to funk-town! This Dog City Disco locomotive is conducted by six lifelong friends hailing from the mountains of Summit County, CO. Although Dog City Disco, aka DCD, started their musical career as a college party band, they have greased their wheels and have created a mature groove machine that will barrel down the tracks right into your auditory canal.
Aside from the train whistle and a roaring crowd, expect to hear raging guitar solo's fused with smooth fingers flowing on the keys, bass dumps by Brad, an occasional sax blast, vocals that inflate from the ground to the moon and drums that don't miss a beat. Hop on the DCD train - they don't stop until the coal runs out...or until Tesla creates an electric train.