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 email@example.com to request a refund.~~~~
The trajectory of Bumpin Uglies started over a decade ago, making music with friends, playing backyard parties and anywhere else they could get a gig. For Brandon Hardesty, lead vocals and guitar, it was a simple time, but one that taught him lessons that stay with him today as he leads the band into the 2020s. One was that he would do whatever it took for him and his band to be successful. Another was in discovering that doing it his way was the only way, which still applies today. Bumpin Uglies do things their way, free to play, think, and write however they feel, critics and the mainstream music industry be damned.
“Every single second is a blessing if you count them all,” sings frontman Matthew Roads. You can hear the sincerity in his voice; the joie de vivre that oozes from everything Tropidelic does is apparent. When they take a stage, their synergy flows member to member – horns blow, knees kicked high and grins are passed from one man to the next. Almost immediately, it spreads to the crowd, lifting hands in the air as their feet begin to move. The pulse collectively becomes that of one.