Produced by: Kesey Enterprises, Double Tee Concerts, Mammoth NW
Date: Saturday, July 22, 2023
Event Type: Reserved Seating, General Admission Lawn, All Ages
Gates Open at: 5:30 pm
Show Starts at: 7 pm
Tickets: All ages advance tickets are reserved seating for from $60 to $75 depending on seat location, and general admission lawn for $45, available now online at Cascade Ticketing.
Unless sold out, tickets will also be available at The Cuthbert Amphitheater Box Office on the day of the show beginning at 4:30 p.m. when the Box Office opens for $50 general admission lawn.
The reserved seating, general admission lawn concert is open to everyone of all ages.
All tickets subject to service charges and /or user fees.
Blues Traveler were on the vanguard of the jam band scene of the 1990s, the first of their generation to sign to a major label, and one of a handful to experience genuine commercial success when the naggingly catchy “Run-Around” went into the Billboard Top Ten in 1995. By that point, Blues Traveler had already carved themselves a place within the firmament of modern rock, earning a loyal audience through their sweaty improvs of blues-based rock and coalescing their peers by launching the H.O.R.D.E. Festival in 1992. One of several Lollapalooza-inspired touring fests, H.O.R.D.E. illustrated the large audience for jam bands and helped push Blues Traveler toward the top of the charts with their 1994 album Four going platinum six times. They didn’t stay in the upper reaches of Billboard for long, but they never faded away. They worked steadily throughout the 2000s and beyond, sometimes experimenting — 2015’s Blow Up the Moon was littered with unexpected cameos — but always returning to the blues as their foundation, a debt underscored by the 2021 blues covers album Traveler’s Blues.
Big Head Todd and the Monsters
Big Head Todd and The Monsters have quietly become an American institution following three and a half decades of writing, recording, and touring (totaling over 3,500 performances). After countless sold out shows in amphitheaters and on the high seas, beaming their tunes to outer space (literally), earning the endorsement of everyone from Robert Plant to The Denver Broncos, and tallying tens of millions of streams, Big Head Todd and The Monsters cite the friendships formed in the crowd among their proudest accomplishments. Fast forward to 2021 and the Colorado quartet—Todd Park Mohr [vocals, guitar, keys, sax, harmonica], Brian Nevin [drums, percussion], Rob Squires [bass, vocals], and Jeremy Lawton [guitar, keys, vocals, steel guitar]—continue to unite audiences.