When:December 12, 2023
Time:6:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Where:eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
Cost:$5+ Taxes & Fees

Dinner Doors @ 6:00

Dinner Served from 6:00 to 7:15

Concert Doors at 7:15

Concert from 8:00-9:30

Buy Tickets

Please join us for an intimate evening of dinner and live music at eTown Hall on December 12th! There will be three ticket options for the show:

“VIP Dinner & Concert” – Includes three course dinner and gold circle seating (first four rows center) for the concert.

“Concert Only GA” – General admission to the concert only.

“Concert Only Gold Circle” – First four rows center seating for the concert only.


Note: This is a community event hosted by The Future Arts Foundation, please reach out to (futureartsfoundation@gmail.com / 720-440-4975)  with any questions or concerns. 

Andy Thorn

Leftover Salmon banjo player Andy Thorn never expected to go viral. But in 2021, he was in his backyard, playing an improvised banjo tune to a wild fox, when his wife caught the whole thing on video. The video made headlines around the world. Soon, Andy was interviewed on the Kelly Clarkson Show and A & E’s Neighborhood Wars. Even NPR’s Political Gabfest discussed the video. A New York Times writer called it “a moment plucked from Aesop.” Andy was stunned by the publicity, and by how many people kept asking him about the song. He finally recorded it ("Aesop Mountain”), along with 14 other banjo instrumentals. The resulting album, “Songs of the Sunrise Fox,” stands in contrast to the music Andy normally plays with Leftover Salmon. This new album isn't about the flashy banjo picking favored by jam bands. Instead, it’s the banjo melodies Andy would play for his friend “Foxy” at sunrise. The stripped-down band also features Erik Deutsch (Black Crowes) on piano, Greg Garrison (Leftover Salmon) on bass, and Windfield champ Tyler Grant on guitar. Photo: ShowLove Media

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