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Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio w/ Wrenn & Ian - Presented by 105.5 The Colorado Sound • Sponsored by WeldWerks Brewery

September 29, 2021 8:00 PM

Doors Open: 7:00 PM
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TICKET PRICES CURRENTLY AVAILABLE
SEATED: $20.00
STANDING ROOM: $20.00

TICKET SALE DATES
SEATED / STANDING ROOM Public Onsale: July 16, 2021 10:00 AM to September 29, 2021 11:59 PM
105.5 The Colorado Sound Presents
Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio
w/ Wrenn & Ian
Sponsored by WeldWerks Brewery

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Effective September 13, attendees will be required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (14 days after second vaccine) with a matching valid ID to enter our venues. Following the county-wide mask mandate, masks will be required at all times except when actively eating or drinking. We will no longer accept negative PCR tests for entry starting September 13. Children ages 2-11 will not need proof of vaccination but will be required to wear masks while in the venue. All working staff are vaccinated and will be wearing masks. A photo or digital copy of your vaccination card will be accepted. Digital copies can be obtained through https://ciis.state.co.us/public/Application/PublicPortal or https://mycolorado.state.co.us.


Refunds are available if you or someone in your party will not be able to provide proof of full vaccination. We would appreciate it if you would contact us as soon as possible and at least one week prior to the show date at aggieinfo@z2ent.com to request a refund.

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Soul-jazz groove-machine Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio—or as it is sometimes referred to, DLO3—never would have happened without years and years of crummy gigs, and Delvon’s staunchly supportive wife, Amy Novo. 

The story goes that Hammond b3 organist Delvon would regularly lug his 400-pound instrument from venue to venue barely breaking even to play other people’s music, and Amy just got tired of it. She fiercely believed in Delvon’s talents, and, eventually, she made an offer he couldn’t refuse: If Delvon picked the musicians, she would take care of all the business surrounding it.  

“I was watching an amazing talent being marginalized. He would be getting paid like $75 a gig and be spending $60 in gas to cart around his instrument, sometimes even renting a U-Haul. It wasn’t fair,” says the self-made music mogul who may be the first person to legally own a band. “For years, Amy had been telling me to step out from being a sideman. This was a natural move. Now, I can just play music and not worry—it’s been a welcome relief,” Delvon says. 

Number of Tickets
Limit 8 tickets per order.


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