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    Date(s) - 11 Aug 2017
    8:00 pm - 10:00 pm



    Please join us in celebrating the release of the album, Confluence, in anticipation of the film’s upcoming release this fall.

    In the fall of 2016, at the dawn of the second century of the National Park Service, members of the indie folk quartet, the Infamous Flapjack Affair, set out on an epic journey along the Colorado River, from the Grand Canyon to the river’s headwaters in Rocky Mountain National Park.

    Along the way, the young musicians seek to understand the age-old land and water conflicts that their generation will inherit, and compose original music based on their experiences.

    Confluence documents the band’s encounters with the people and places whose futures are intertwined with the endangered Colorado River system, and asks, can music help us to finally recognize our common ground?

    Follow the journey: 

    “The young musicians in this film are a reminder of the important role art and nature play in making the world a better place. I cannot wait to see how their journey unfolds and hope their message touches future generations…”   Robert Redford