Leftover Salmon 12/30 & NYE Broadcast Live in High Def

Leftover Salmon to Broadcast Boulder Theater New Year Shows Online, Live in High Definition

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Leftover Salmon will perform the historic Boulder Theater December 30 and 31 to celebrate "20 years of Leftover Salmon" to ring in the New Year. Fans unable to make it to the performances are invited to take advantage of the band's special offer to stream video of the shows online. For a nominal fee fans can enjoy both shows "live" during Mountain Standard Time or enjoy the streaming broadcast on their own schedule anytime during the month of January. Details and the link to the shows will be found at www.leftoversalmon.com this week.

Additionally, fans who are in the Colorado region for the shows are welcomed to join Leftover Salmon in Denver on New Year's Day at a meet and greet with the band on January 1 from 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. at the Millennium Hotel in the lobby bar. Fans are invited to join the band for Bloody Marys and ease in to the New Year together. There will also be an art show featuring Jason Rizzi and Scramble Campbell's work with Leftover Salmon and a merchandise sale. Leftover Salmon performs the Ogden Theatre in Denver on Saturday, January 2.

Leftover Salmon recently announced a short tour including a two-night stint at San Francisco's Independent February 12 and 13 along with a Valentine's Day performance at The Depot in Salt Lake City February 14. In addition, the band has also been added to the 37th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival in June for yet another performance on the main stage.

For more on Leftover Salmon, including a free live double album, see the most recent piece of our "Leftover Salmon: Celebrating 20 Years" feature here.


[Published on: 12/30/09]

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