Big concerts coming to Denver: The Lumineers, Jason Mraz, American Authors, and more tickets on sale

Note: All shows are subject to postponement or cancellation due to changing COVID-19 mandates and venue rules. Prices do not include service fees. Please check with event organizers for updated information and see state of Colorado’s guidance at

As arguably Denver’s biggest-selling and best-known band, The Lumineers can easily sell out massive local venues such as Red Rocks and Fiddler’s Green amphitheaters. But the band is going small-scale for its Sept. 14 concert at the Boulder Theater by offering an intimate “evening with” set. With the event right around the corner, tickets for the all-ages concert are on sale starting at 10 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 10. ($75,

Singer-songwriter Jason Mraz is headed to Boulder Dec. 17-18 for a short run at the University of Colorado’s Mackey Auditorium. He’s promoting the 20th anniversary edition of his “Live & Acoustic” album, which hearkens back to Mraz’ days playing the San Diego coffee shop scene. Tickets for the all-ages shows, with support from Toca Rivera and Gregory Page, are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 17. ($51-$91,

Pop-rock act American Authors — known for their ubiquitous song “Best Day of My Life” and other multiplatinum hits — are playing Loveland’s Wild Wonderful Weekend at Centerra. Tickets are required or the Sept. 24-26 event (American Authors play at 8 p.m. on Sept. 25) and registration is open now. (Free,

Country-blues singer Charley Crockett, who recently got a boost by opening for the acclaimed Orville Peck (including at Red Rocks), returns for a headlining date at the Gothic Theatre. Tickets for the 16-and-up show on Jan. 8, 2022, are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 10. ($29-$35,

Led Zeppelin tribute Get the Led Out returns to Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Sept. 23 for a show that benefits PBS12. Tickets for the all-ages event are on sale. ($50-$60,

Given how common COVID-prompted cancellations and postponements have become in recent weeks, it’s encouraging to see shows that are actually being rescheduled. Lucinda Williams’ concert at the Boulder Theater, originally set for Sept. 8, has now moved to Jan. 18, 2022. Like many of these postponed concerts, refunds are ONLY available within 30 days of the show being rescheduled (in this case), starting Thursday, Sept. 9). Refunds are available at the point of purchase, and new tickets for the all-ages concert are on sale. ($40-$60,

Five Dispatch concerts in Colorado bit the dust as the band canceled all of its fall acoustic dates over COVID-19 concerns. That includes Oct. 18-19 at Fort Collins’ Aggie Theatre, Oct. 21-22 at the Boulder Theater and Oct. 23 at Belly Up Aspen. Refunds are available at the point of purchase.

Also cancelled or postponed this week due to COVID-19 and delta variant concerns: Purity Ring’s Sept. 15 concert at the Boulder Theater (no new date has been set); Gary Numan’s Oct. 14 visit to Englewood’s Gothic Theatre (ditto); Saint Motel’s Oct. 8 Boulder Theater show (cancelled outright); and Red Fang’s Nov. 11 show at Boulder’s Fox Theatre (ditto). Refunds are available at the point of purchase.

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