June 27 | July 11 | July 18 | July 25 | August 1 | August 8
Tickets on sale now!
Season package $30 • Advance Adult $6 • Day of Adult $8 • Child (3-12 yrs) $5
Season package holders get six concerts for the price of five and expedited access into the concert through our NEW Fast Pass Lane located at the main gate. No more waiting in line, go straight to the hill to claim your favorite spot.
Bonfils-Stanton Amphitheater at Lakewood Heritage Center
Gates open at 6 p.m., Opener 6:15 p.m., Headliner 7:15 p.m.
Tickets may be purchased online below or in person at the following locations:
June 27 | WE DREAM DAWN with Bridget Law
Alternative Folk (listen)
In 2015, WE DREAM DAWN was founded by Sage Cook of Elephant Revival. Fueled by lofty ideals about approaching art while living closer to the land, this new project is honing in on a new sort of American dream. Somewhere between vintage analog psychedelia and dreamy electro folk pop these folks are representing rural America in a whole new light.
Bridget Law, a Colorado Native, is a Fiddle player by trade and a founding member of the band Elephant Revival. She supports artists she believes in by weaving her violin melodies into their work and lifting their music to another level. Her collaboration with WE DREAM DAWN will surely be a memorable experience.
Opener: Andy Sydow (Rock, Americana)
July 11 | HAZEL MILLER BAND
Lakewood's Rhythm & Blues favorite (listen)
Hazel Miller is not just a great singer, "she is a force of nature!" quotes the Rocky Mountain News. Her voice has been called "stunning, moving and powerful." Hazel has been a sought after performer in Colorado for the past 24 years. Whether she is singing blues, jazz, pop, or Gospel, her voice charges the songs with a primal dose of genuine Soul.
The city of Denver singled out Hazel as one of 150 people who make Denver a better place to live. This award was bestowed by the mayor on Nov 22, 2008 at the Colorado History Museum. She has been given several awards for artistic excellence, including; Best Independent Blues-R&B Recording- 2002; Outstanding Performer at Red Rocks Amphitheater.
Opener: Franny & The Jets (Jazz standards & blues)
July 18 | DENNIS JOHNSON & THE MISSISSIPPI RAMBLERS
Roots, Slide Guitar (listen)
San Francisco native Dennis Johnson is one of the elite slide guitar players performing today with a deep passion for preserving and innovating roots music. Don’t miss this engaging performance featuring who Guitar World Magazine regards as a “Slide Guitar Master”.
Dennis and his band, The Mississippi Ramblers, deliver standout live performances of stellar roots and Americana music, rockin' blues, and New Orleans grooves.
Opener: Dustin Devine & The Real Deal (Traditional Country)
July 25 | PAA KOW
Afro Fusion / World (listen)
Paa Kow is an internationally renowned artist, drum set player and composer from Ghana, West Africa.
Paa Kow’s deep groove and prodigious talent reveal a unique ability to speak to listeners with his drums inspiring a deeply spiritual conversation. His songs are captivating and danceable, incorporating lyrics in his native language, Fante, as well as English. Paa Kow’s vision is to spread the music and culture of his homeland by touring the world with his Afro-Fusion orchestra.
Opener: ATOMGA (Afrobeat, Afrofunk)
August 1 | OAKHURST
This quintet brings their stories to the stage in the form of pure energy and passion for acoustic music. With gifted percussion and a driving low end, the banjo, guitar, fiddle and vocals have all the space they need to tell you a story. Love, life, loss, and whiskey are likely to be the topic of the day—come on, jump in, and get down for a spell… The band strikes traditional bluegrass with rock & roll and a kamikaze rhythmic sensibility.
Oakhurst has performed at legendary venues like the Fillmore and Red Rocks, and captured the “Best Bluegrass Band” honor in 2007 by Westword and continues to be recognized as one of the best Bluegrass bands in Colorado.
Opener: Steepland String Band (Bluegrass)
August 8 | ROB DRABKIN
The music of Rob Drabkin is spirited in nature, light from the heart, and rocking on the six-string acoustic. His 70’s fro is as recognizable as his ubiquitous grin, but it’s his music that has landed Rob national tours and sets at some of music’s most iconic venues.
From the famous Red Rocks Amphitheater in his hometown of Denver, to tours in Doha, Qatar in the Middle East, to opening for acts like Dispatch, John Butler Trio, Trevor Hall, and The Wood Brothers, Rob’s musicality has taken him and his guitar across the world.
Opener: Matt Rouch & The Noise Upstairs (Folk-Country)