Eminence Ensemble will make their victorious hometown return to the iconic Fox Theatre on Saturday, April 13.
After closing out an extensive six-week, nationwide tour, the Boulder-based, six-piece rock-fusion group will play two sets in downtown Boulder’s Fox Theatre, giving fans a special show of cross-bending genres with soulful vocals and intense psychedelic jams that all ages can enjoy.
“Eminence Ensemble was born in Boulder playing house parties. The Fox Theatre was one of our first real shows in 2009, so coming back to the place where it all began a decade ago for a two set headliner in one of our favorite theatres in the nation is just like a full circle of hard work and luck,” drummer Tanner Bardin said.
Eminence Ensemble will be joined by LYFTD, a bursting Denver-duo that blends the beats of hip-hop, funk, rock and soul into their infectiously-danceable tracks.
Teaming up with Conscious Alliance, $1 per ticket sold will be donated to Conscious Alliance’s Hunger Relief and Child Empowerment Program. You can learn more about Conscious Alliance’s Art That Feeds Campaign here.
Eminence Emsemble is gearing up for the summer festival season and have already announced sets at Camp Bisco and Wave Spell. Tickets to Eminence Emsemble’s Fox Theatre show can be found here. A full list of the band’s upcoming shows can be found here.
*EE Ogden Theatre photo by George Trent Grogan