Mishawaka Ampitheatre /

Del Shamen w/ Liz Barnez

October 10, 2020 5:00 PM


Del Shamen w/ Liz Barnez



Saturday, October 10, 2020


Doors at 4:00 PM and Show at 5:00 PM


Full restaurant service available.


1 ticket is good for 1 table. There's a maximum of 2 tables per order. View the seating map to choose your table.


Tables A1 and B1 on the dining deck allow for 4 seats per table with OBSTRUCTED viewing.



The yard has 24 tables with seating ranging from 2 to 8 seats per table with optimal viewing.


FREE Parking

*Ticket Reservation Required*


***Due to the current situation, we can only sell tables for this performance. 26 tables are available for this show. The deck has two tables and allows for 4 seats per table with obstructed viewing. The yard has 24 tables with seating ranging from 2 to 8 seats per table with optimal viewing. You must purchase a table for your group, single seats are not available. We know this is limiting, but this is what must happen in order to provide live entertainment this summer. Thank you for your support and understanding.


Is there a sound from Colorado? Do the mountains help musicians feel a little less constrained, a little more free? Lots of people think so, and now, there's a new sound coming from Colorado, one that includes so many pieces and parts of musical lives well-lived, that it truly is something new and old at the same time - it's Del Shamen.

If you were to pick a few bands that helped define the Colorado Sound, you might choose The Subdudes, or Firefall or Hot Rize. What if you combined pieces and parts of those three bands and put them together? You'd get something spicy and solid, something that rocks and moves, something that's rooted in tradition but is totally original.


Jock Bartley (Firefall), Steve Amadee (Subdudes), John Magnie (Subdudes), Eric Thorin (30db and more) and Nick Forster (Hot Rize / eTown) have been getting together and writing and recording original songs that are so fun and soulful that they just had to share it. What began as a gathering of friends has morphed into a tight and powerful five-piece band that can raise the roof and then turn on a dime. And these boys can sing!


Del Shamen (with the accent on "Shaaa") are funky, soulful, melodic, joyful and of course they have chops for days. You will not see Del Shamen often, like a vapor or a mist that drifts into town and then vanishes. But if you get a chance, don't miss it. This is a new Colorado band that is truly one for the ages - all ages!

John Magnie vocals, keyboards, accordion


Jock Bartley vocals, electric guitar


Steve Amadee vocal, drums, percussion


Eric Thorin vocals, bass


Nick Forster vocals, guitars, lap steel, mandolin

This performance is sold out.

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