When:February 25, 2023
Time:7:00 pm - 9:30 pm
Where:eTOWN HALL / 1535 Spruce Street, Boulder, CO 80302
Cost:$25GA + taxes & fees
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VIP reception @ 5:30 PM ~ GA Doors @ 6:30 PM


GA tickets: $25

VIP tickets: $125

$100 of every VIP ticket purchased goes directly to the non-profit Sanctuary

VIP ticket holders will also receive access to a VIP reception and early entry. 

Colorado singer-songwriter, Rebecca Folsom believes every lyric, every note, every musical collaboration carries the potency to change the world. Her new recording, Sanctuary, is on a mission to do that one listener at a time. Rooted in folk and gospel, each song is a sonic landscape moving from pure acoustic instrumentals and lilting vocals to the unbridled rise of sing-along anthems and impassioned choral harmonies. The live band is an A-Team of some of Colorado’s finest musicians, Grammy winners and nominees fill out the stellar roster of talent. Tom Wasinger, 3-time Grammy winner, is at the production helm adding unique world instruments to create an outside of the box sonic blend. A cast of back up vocalists add rocket boosters from acapella subtlety to sing-the-roof-off abandon. And above it all, Rebecca rides with ease through a four-octave range, plucking the instrument of the heart with both tender fearlessness and fiery passion.

Sanctuary intimately tells human stories that hit a universal nerve. The songs were written with activists, Zen masters, NYT Best Selling authors, Forbes America’s 100 Self-Made Women, social justice organizers, and most importantly those living in compromised, disempowered situations. Those impacted by homelessness, mental health, racial discrimination, gender discrimination, immigration, gun violence, prisoners, refugees, veterans, the elderly, joined Rebecca in using storytelling and music to cross the bridge of our common humanity. Here they found that the sunlight of spirit shines in even the darkest of places. Heartfelt and raw, these honest stories reveal where the myth of separation is causing great human suffering. From intimate storytelling to unbridled release, each song is an exquisite sonic landscape.

With the songs of Sanctuary, you might find yourself singing along, dancing, weeping, and at the same time raising your hands in celebration, inspired and motivated to live into your greatest human potential, brilliantly, boldly alive.

Rebecca Folsom

Rebecca has played on BBC television/radio for an audience of 1.5 million, Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado, The Bluebird and Opryland in Nashville, TN, and numerous festivals nationwide. The song Sanctuary was a semi-finalist in the “2021 International Songwriting Competition.” Her album Extraordinary Days debuted with the song Better Times hitting Number 1 on the National Folk Radio DJ Chart and spending five months on the Top 50 National Americana Country Radio Chart. Rebecca laughs and says, “I tend to live in extremes. I decided a long time ago that I would channel my intensity into the positive power of creativity. From my personal history, I’m not afraid to walk with others through some dark places. Sometimes we have to face into the shadows of life to free ourselves into a brighter future.”