Yola, The Last Waltz, Colorado Symphony and additional tickets on sale to Denver concerts this week

Take note: All demonstrates are matter to postponement or cancellation because of to changing COVID-19 mandates and venue procedures. Costs do not involve support service fees. Be sure to test with party organizers for current details and see state of Colorado’s assistance at covid19.colorado.gov.

Grammy-nominated British vocalist Yola has prepared a trio of Colorado dates for subsequent year as element of her sprawling Stand for Myself tour, like exhibits with Jac Ross at Aspen’s Tummy Up (April 1, 2022), Denver’s Ogden Theatre (April 2) and the Boulder Theater (April 3). Tickets for all exhibits are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13. ($30-$35, axs.com)

The 17th yearly Previous Waltz: Revisited exhibits will deliver their rollicking, Outlaw Country tribute to the Fillmore Auditorium on Nov. 24 (Thanksgiving eve) with Polytoxic, The Denver Horns and dozens far more Colorado musicians. Tickets for the party — which encourages canned food items and personal cleanliness merchandise donations, are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13. Just before that, on Nov. 19, the Boulder Theater will host its personal date for the display. (Selling prices not readily available for Denver, $17.50-$25 for Boulder ticketmaster.com or bouldertheater.com)

Also declared for the Boulder Theater this week: a “Welcome to Boulder” display for CU students featuring Matt Young and Gogimal (Sept. 4, $15-$20), Ricki Lee Jones (Sept. 18, $35-$45), Filthy Monkey (Nov. 24, $25-$29.50) and Colorado’s lengthy-managing Face Vocal Band, for its holiday getaway live performance (Dec. 1, $25-$45). Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13. (bouldertheater.com)

Colorado Symphony this week announced its return to stages for the 2021-2022 concert year, like 49 titles across 90 shows that includes classical repertoire, motion picture scores, and appearances from artists this kind of as Leslie Odom, Jr., and Colorado’s individual DeVotchKa and Dianne Reeves. Tickets and packages are on sale commencing Sept. 1. (A variety of selling prices, coloradosymphony.org)

Single tickets for Opera Colorado’s 2021-2022 period are on sale setting up Sunday, Aug. 16, which includes hotly expected demonstrates such as the opera adaptation of “The Shining” (Feb. 26-March 6, 2022) — a Colorado preferred, given that it was impressed by Estes Park’s historic Stanley Lodge. Get additional facts on demonstrates which include “Tosca” (Nov. 6-14) and “Carmen” (May 7-21, 2022), along with rates, at operacolorado.org or by contacting 303-468-2030.