After a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Ecuador on April 16th, 2016, Ever Upward Entertainment put together a benefit concert. The response from local performers was overwhelming, as Digg band, Dyrty Byrds, Booster, Whiskey Tango, Displace, Mama Magnolia, and Lady and The Gentlemen will all be performing. The show takes place tomorrow, July 20th, at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom Other Side in Denver, CO.All proceeds from the show will go to Saving Ecuador, a non-profit organization focused on providing aid to the country. Additionally, thanks to our sponsor Fiction Brewing, there will be free craft beer if you get there before 9PM! With great music, free beer and an important cause, there’s no reason to miss this event.You can find details in the poster below, or via the Facebook Event.
You can watch The Disco Biscuits’ webcasts from Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas below as they air:The Disco Biscuits – Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas Webcast – Thurs, 11/1/18[Video: The Disco Biscuits]The Disco Biscuits – Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas Webcast – Fri, 11/2/18[Video: The Disco Biscuits]The Disco Biscuits – Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas Webcast – Sat, 11/3/18[Video: The Disco Biscuits]The November performances will mark the band’s first shows in Las Vegas since October 2016, when they similarly stacked their schedule with Phish’s MGM run. You can watch pro-shot footage of the band’s 20+ minute “Helicopters” jam from their last trip to Las Vegas below:The Disco Biscuits – “Helicopters” – 10/28/16[Video: The Disco Biscuits]For more information about the Biscuits’ upcoming Las Vegas run, or to check out a full list of the band’s upcoming shows, head to their here. Next week, The Disco Biscuits will return to Sin City for three late-night performances at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas set to take place on Thursday, November 1st, Friday, November 2nd, and Saturday, November 3rd. The late-night shows coincide with Phish‘s Halloween run down the Strip at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, once again creating a time-tested after-hours live music opportunity for fans in town for All Hallows Eve.If you’re not heading to Vegas next week, you’re surely feeling a bit of FOMO. Luckily, today, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas has announced that they will offer free webcasts of all three of the band’s upcoming Vegas shows via the band’s official YouTube page. Each night’s respective webcast begins at roughly midnight Pacific Time.