Leftover Salmon Announces January 2021 Run In Beaver Creek

By Nate Todd Nov 5, 2020 4:01 pm PST

Leftover Salmon announced a three-night run at the Vilar Performing Arts Center in Beaver Creek, Colorado. The Colorado-bred band will hit the VPAC Thursday, January 21 – Saturday, January 23.

The intimate shows will be capped at 100 due to COVID-19 guidelines. Executive Director of the VPAC Duncan Horner detailed the upcoming concerts in a press release.

“We’re excited not only for what this will bring in terms of connecting us during divisive times through quality performances, but also what it will do to keep the vitality of our industry alive,” Horner said. “We’ve long been a favorite stop on tour for many artists – now we can be a center not just for the finished performance product, but as a place to safely isolate and create new ideas during this exceptionally difficult time.” Check out VPAC COVID-19 policy and procedures here.

Leftover Salmon — guitarist Vince Herman, multi-instrumentalist Drew Emmitt, banjoist Andy Thorn, bassist Greg Garrison and drummer Alwyn Robinson — checked in with their fans in a statement.

“It’s certainly been a stretch since we turned the bus around on tour March 13th, canceled the Broadmoor, and then eventually our entire summer,” the band shared. “We hope you all are doing as well as you can. It’s certainly a strange time!”

Purchase January 21 tickets here, January 22 here and January 23 here.

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